Oakleigh Grammar to celebrate 40th anniversary with Gala Ball in Melbourne


2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the Greek Orthodox Community of Oakleigh & District and the 40th anniversary of Oakleigh Grammar. A Gala Ball to celebrate the milestones sold out in record time of under 30 minutes.

Several events have been planned throughout the year with the Gala Ball being the keystone event proudly sponsored by the Bank of Sydney.

In a statement to the School community, School Board Chairman, Chris Damatopoulos, said: “The Oakleigh Grammar Board of Management, together with Principal Mark Robertson, are delighted to announce that the Bank of Sydney has kindly joined us as the major sponsor of our 2023 Gala Ball.”

Oakleigh Grammar Community.

“Our community and school are grateful and humbled by the generosity of Miltos Michaelas and Sam Pletsias from the Bank of Sydney, for their support in helping us mark the 60th anniversary of our community and 40th anniversary of our treasured Oakleigh Grammar,” Mr Damatopoulos added.

“We eagerly look forward with excitement to a great celebratory night in honour of a grand community and Oakleigh Grammar on 27 May 2023. With an unprecedented sell-out, we thank our Parents Association, and the entire Oakleigh community for your support.

“We welcome potential sponsors and community to support the many future community and school events scheduled for our milestone year in 2023.”




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