Old Truronians

Every student that attends Truro School automatically joins the Truro School Association (TSA) upon leaving. The TSA was officially established in August 1895, when it was known originally as the Old Boys’ Association. Times have changed and for many years now the TSA has been made up of amazing ladies and gentlemen who form our Old Truronians and share the mutual bond that is Truro School. Our alumni are spread far and wide across the globe and some are closer to home. No matter where they are we are extremely proud of them and remain interested in what they are doing.

The Development Office and TSA Committee’s aims are to:

  • Create an engaged, vibrant community offering support to others.
  • Share in your successes and celebrate your milestones.
  • Engage with more and more of our Old Truronians and re-connect with those we have lost.
  • Keep friends in touch and re-connect old friends.
  • Offer help to our recent leavers, with university contacts or business contacts.
  • Encourage our Old Truronians to offer support to current students, with careers advice and mentoring.
  • Provide opportunities to help former pupils.
  • Share Truro School news, prosperity and future plans.


Communications with Old Truronians

In order to help pupils keep in contact as well as providing networking opportunities, the Development Office produces regular publications and arranges a regular calendar of social events.

Truronian magazine

A termly publication, sent digitally at the end of each school term containing a round-up of the terms events, including feature articles about the brilliant lives and careers our former pupils have gone on to achieve, OT sports events and reports plus much more.

Social Media

LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook – @OldTruronians

Regular events

The Development and Alumni Relations team hosts and organises a range of OT events. For more information, please visit our events page.

To update your contact details, to subscribe to our newsletters or request reunion information, please e-mail [email protected] or telephone 01872 246010.