Our distinguished alumnae/i who are celebrating their 50th reunion and beyond are invited to a luncheon hosted by Head of School Paul Stellato and his wife Maureen.
Start making plans to join us for Alumni Weekend 2017!
It’s going to be a great weekend with lots of activities and events for all.
If you have questions, please contact Linda Maxwell Stefanelli ’62 @ email@example.com.
|Highest Dollars Raised||Class of 1982|
|Highest Donors||Class of 1987|
|Highest Participations||Class of 1967|
All alumni who have made their Annual Fund gift this year are welcome to come kick-off Alumni Weekend in downtown Princeton. Reunion Race winners will be announced at the event.
Please join us for a Quaker-style ceremony honoring alumni, faculty and former trustees who have passed away during the past year.
A special brunch will be held for our alumni leadership donors and members of the Semper Luceat Society with Head of School Paul Stellato and his wife Maureen.
Meet up with friends and bring your family to an afternoon of fun for everyone, featuring a picnic lunch, games and activities for our younger guests. Stick around and play in one of the alumni games or cheer on your fellow Panthers!
Coed Alumni Soccer Game - Bill Smoyer ꞌ60 Field
Bob Krueger Memorial Alumni Lacrosse Game - Bob Krueger Field
Kim Bedesem Memorial Alumnae Lacrosse Game - Jan Baker Field
Come for a walk led by Sustainability Coordinator Liz Cutler on the PDS walking trail. Take the time to get reacquainted with the landscape and hear some of the stories that have shaped the campus over the years.
Please join us for a cocktail reception and ceremony to celebrate our distinguished alumni who are being honored for their outstanding achievements.
The Class of 1967 will celebrate their 50th Reunion with a special dinner.
All alumni and friends are invited to come celebrate with our milestone reunion classes (classes ending in 2s and 7s) for an evening of delicious food and drinks, live music and dancing. Each milestone reunion class will have reserved tables.
Bob Mueller was named the sixth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on September 4, 2001, a week before the terrorist attacks of 9/11. He is widely credited with transforming the Bureau from a traditional law enforcement agency to a threat-based, intelligence-led national security organization.
Dafna Tapiero has dedicated herself to alleviating poverty and safeguarding vulnerable populations around the world. She worked for over 20 years at the World Bank Group, developing and implementing financial, environmental and regulatory systems to guide investment opportunities that would benefit developing countries.
As Director of Education at the Marcia D. Smith School in Gaithersburg, MD, Alix Warren provides educational, residential and employment opportunities for children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. She builds relationships with students and families to address maladaptive behaviors and discover skills that foster success.
Holly Burks Becker was an All American athlete at PDS where she played field hockey, basketball, ice hockey and lacrosse and served as president of the Athletic Association. At Dartmouth, she played varsity field hockey and lacrosse for four years. She captained the field hockey team, was named to the All-Ivy First Team and established a scoring record that stood for 20 years.