Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > Alumni News > New online portal launches!

New online portal launches!

Our new STAHS online portal for alumni, former staff, and friends of the High School.
16 Jan 2019
Alumni News
New STAHS Community portal
New STAHS Community portal
Our new alumni portal is now live!  Bringing together our STAHS community, it will enable you to:

Create a Profile with information about your education and professional background since leaving the High School.  If you like, you can directly import your LinkedIn profile by clicking on that option during the set-up process, and be up and running on the site in less than a minute!

Find Friends by completing your profile to include as much information about your time here as possible. We'll then use these details to suggest people you might have known while you were at school.  The more information you provide, the more connections we can help you make!

Extend Your Network by connecting with alumni who currently work in the same industry, or went to the same university as you. Again, the more details you provide of your own experiences, the wider the network our site can help you to connect with!

Share with Your Network anything you have found interesting, useful or funny by using the homepage newsfeed to share links (just like on Facebook).  You can also post an article once you're logged in about anything of interest to you that you want to share with the whole network.  As long as it isn't spam and would be of genuine interest to other STAHS alumni, we'll happily approve and publish it for you! 

Keep in Touch with life at the High School.  We'll occasionally send newsletters and invitations out to our members, linking to stories about our alumnae and upcoming events.  You can also regularly log-in here any time to message friends, and see who has joined and what the latest news is! 

Similar stories

STAHS Children's Book Festival

The inaugural STAHS Children's Book Festival took place in June, with a host of famous faces joining the crowds. More...

Amber Waite

A new Head, Amber Waite, has been appointed to lead St Albans High School for Girls from 1 September 2019. More...

The cover of Charlotte's book

Alumna, author and journalist Charlotte Runcie (2007) has always felt pulled to the sea, lured by its soothing, calming … More...

STAHS 2019

Find out what makes the High School special. More...

3D visual of new development

Transforming the Sixth Form and Dining Room at Senior. More...

Most read

Alumni entrepreneurs Michelle and Louise

Alumni Michelle Stacey (Berendt, 1999) and Louise Saunders (Houston, 1994) put their collective expertise together for a fantastic business rebrand.  More...

One of the ways we mark the many varied achievements of our alumni is by recording the details of our alumni graduates in a special Honours Book. More...

Where next for innovation in the UK?

In her fantastic talk, Programme Director of Innovation at the CBI, Naomi Weir, discusses the key drivers of UK innovation and what the future of inno… More...

Have your say

 

VIDEO panel (Child of Universe

Where next for innovation in the UK?

In her fantastic talk, Programme Director of Innovation at the CBI, Naomi Weir, discusses the key drivers of UK innovation and what the future of inno… More...

Alumni entrepreneurs Michelle and Louise

Alumni Michelle Stacey (Berendt, 1999) and Louise Saunders (Houston, 1994) put their collective expertise together for a fantastic business rebrand.  More...

Panellists Dr Cem Karakas and alumna Dr Ros Rivaz

Gender equality in the workplace is an important topic – not only for current pupils at STAHS, but also for our wider School community. More...

This website is powered by
ToucanTech