More than 2000 alumnae, known as Old Girls, remain in touch with Trafalgar. The Trafalgar Old Girls Association (TOGA) was established in 1937 with two main goals:

* To foster a spirit of loyalty and fraternity among the graduates and former students of Trafalgar.

* To bring about a united and concentrated action in promoting the welfare of the School.

In the spring of their senior year, students are welcomed into TOGA by the President and the Executive. This afternoon activity has become a much loved tradition as the girls sign each other’s uniform shirt and watch videos of their five years at Traf. There is much laughter and tears as “Trafites” come to the realization that they are graduating and moving on and joining the ranks of the “Old Girls.”

Read more about Traf, our alumnae and the #TrafFamily in the 2016 edition of The Victory.