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 Dinner will take place at the East India, Devonshire, Sports and Public Schools’ Club in the presence of KCJS Headmaster, Dr Gerard Silverlock. The event is fully booked but a waiting list is in operation.
Members of the Old King’s Club and the King’s community are invited by the school to pre-Christmas drinks in the New Hall at the school.
The cross country race for the Kevin Hawney Trophy, Old King’s v staff v school, is to be held on Saturday 8th December 10.30 am over the Junior cross country route starting at the corner of West Place and North View. The run will be followed by tea and prize giving in the dining hall. All OKs are welcome!
The Old King’s Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held at 11.30. Coffee will be served before the meeting and wine after. All members of the Old King’s Club are invited to attend.