Old Boys' Association

Alumni Recognition Awards

Our graduates are the essence of what our College represents and shining examples of achievement. The annual CBC Fremantle Old Boys' Association Alumni Recognition Awards aim to showcase the highest accomplishments of our graduates.

edit_img_6845.jpgAlumni, staff, students and the wider community are all invited to nominate Old Boys of the College who are making a real difference in the world.

One of the most significant elements of CBC Fremantle's vision is to prepare graduates who are distinguished by the values of being CBC gentlemen.

Tomorrow's gentleman…

  • forms attitudes and actions based on Gospel values
  • strives to be his best and understands the inherent value of doing so
  • is accountable, resilient and prepared to face and overcome challenges
  • is selfless by nature and able to form positive, mutually-beneficial relationships
  • recognises and values the 'other' in his life.

Many alumni have embodied this vision within their life of service, their achievements in their chosen field of endeavour or profession, or service to their community or society at a national or international level.

The annual Alumni Recognition Awards recognise the actions and achievements of CBC graduates who have gone above and beyond normal expectations. The awards seek to promote personal excellence and celebrate the diverse achievements of alumni, and provide an opportunity to share these inspirational stories with our community.

Award Categories

Community (open age)

Acknowledges alumni who have demonstrated commitment to service in the community and made a significant positive impact through humanitarian and charitable endeavours.

Leadership (30 to 60 years of age at the time of nomination)

Recognises alumni who are making a significant contribution as leaders within their profession and/or within their community and who are likely to be an inspiration to the next generation of graduates.

Rising Star (up to 30 years of age at the time of nomination)

Recognises graduates whose early accomplishments have made an exceptional impact in their field of endeavour.

Nominees must comply with the selection criteria provided under Nominee Eligibility. Download the 2017 Nomination information and form here. Alternatively, email oldboys@cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au for a printed copy to be posted to you.

For details on the 2016 winners, visit the Old Boys' Gallery.

All enquiries can be directed to the Old Boys' email, or telephone Marketing and Communications on 9430 2001.