About the Club
For 130 years, the Old King’s Club has been the principal way for alumni of King's College School to keep in touch with each other and with their old teachers. The Club is run for and by its members to promote the “honour and well-being” of the whole King’s community. Social activities include dinners and get-togethers at the School, in London and further afield. The Club runs successful rugby, football, golf, tennis, shooting and other sporting sections. The annual OKC Careers Evening gives members the chance to offer advice to current pupils and to meet old friends.
The Club is owned by its members and is independent of the School, but works closely with the King's Association (Development Office), the Friends of KCS and Arthur Wellesley Society.
Membership of the Club is open, free of charge, to all former King’s pupils.
Upcoming Club Events
The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Old King’s Club will be held immediately after the King’s College School Corporation meeting. Wine will be served after the meeting.
Members of the Old King’s Club are invited for complimentary informal spring drinks on Putney Embankment. The 1884BC (OKC rowing section) will demonstrate their prowess before the event and OK rowers are especially encouraged to attend. No dress code. RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org
Members and friends of the OKC are invited to give seminars to small groups of pupils from the Lower 6th Form about their chosen career. The evening starts with drinks and dinner in the Dining Hall before the main event. Please contact the Club if you would like to volunteer.