The Antill Society

Pulteney Grammar School is deeply grateful to the many generous supporters who have chosen to leave a legacy to the School in their Will. The Antill Society, formed in 2002, honours and recognises these individuals.

Phillip W. Antill

Phillip W. Antill was a former Pulteney student from 1925-1929, who deeply appreciated the quality education he received and the opportunities it afforded him. After serving in the RAAF and trying several jobs, he established his successful businesses in building and gardening. In his retirement, he enjoyed investing in the stock market.

Phillip’s gratitude for his education at Pulteney led him to include the School in his Will. Upon his passing in 2000, the School received a substantial bequest from his estate, which contributed to the development of Kurrajong, a dedicated facility for students from Early Learning to Year 2. Furthermore, scholarships were established in his name to honor his legacy and deep appreciation for the true meaning of a Pulteney education.


Your gift to Pulteney Grammar School through a bequest can also help secure the School’s future and support the learning opportunities of generations of students.

To become a member of the Antill Society, you simply need to include a bequest to Pulteney Grammar School in your Will. Upon informing the School of your intentions, you will be welcomed as a member of the society.

Information about how to make a bequest to Pulteney in your Will, please visit  Bequests