KDS Connect

Alumni News

Click here to find out the latest alumni news. We love hearing about what our alumni are up to, whether it be a new career, marriage or a birth, we want to know about it. If any of your contact details have changed, please email alumni@kds.vic.edu.au

Become a mentor

Become an alumni mentor and share your career knowledge, insights and experience with fellow alumni peers and our current KDS students. Contact us to get involved and stay connected to the KDS community. Our Pathways Adviser looks for graduates each year to speak with our current students about their tertiary journey.

Alumni Events

Each year we hold 5, 10 and 20 year reunions. It is a great opportunity to see old classmates and teachers and reminisce about the old days together.
NOTE: The reunions planned for Sunday 30 May have been POSTPONED due to COVID restrictions. SAVE THE DATE: Sunday 17 October 2021 for rescheduled reunions.

Become a Jewish Life madrich/a

Remember how much fun it was at school camp? We’re always looking for enthusiastic camp leaders to guide and challenge our current students. Grow your leadership skills and have some fun. Contact us for more information of how you can get involved and give back to the School.




King David graduates are forging careers in a broad range of industries. We invite alumni to share their stories post-graduation. Each term we feature a graduate in our Inspirations Magazine. A few examples are shared here. Please share your journey with us and email alumni@kds.vic.edu.au

Gabi abrahams (2015)

Gabi Abrahams graduated from KDS in 2015. Passionate about Science and Technology and inspired by teachers including Milorad Cerovac, Russell Newman, Angie Atal and Philip Swedosh, he studied a Bachelor of Science majoring in Physics and a Diploma in Applied Mathematics at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 2019.

During his undergraduate degree, Gabi joined the Melbourne Space Program. He was team leader of the Mission Operations and Telecommunications teams, responsible for Earth-Space communications. The satellite, ACRUX-1, has been successfully operating in space since July 2019 and is the first Australian student designed and built satellite to be launched into orbit since 1970.

Gabi has now started a Master of Physics at Melbourne, with a research focus on condensed matter physics and quantum sensing. He is excited to be pursuing a future of scientific enquiry and discovery.

Lauren Midler (2011)

Lauren Midler graduated from KDS in 2011. With the goal to work in tv production, she studied a Bachelor of Media and Communication at RMIT, graduating in 2016. She took a semester abroad, studying at the incredible film school at San Diego State University in California, taking classes in directing & producing (and surfing).

In mid 2017, Lauren moved to Los Angeles, California and landed a full time position as an Office Production Assistant at ITV America who make well known reality shows including “Queer Eye”, “Love Island”, “Hell’s Kitchen” and more. She loves living in sunny LA and can’t wait to see what the future brings.