Connect with PDS

Your connection to Princeton Day School continues long after graduation.

Whether you live around the corner from PDS or across the globe, you will find ways to reconnect, get involved, and find out about what's happening on the Great Road. With local and regional alumni events; an online community, including groups on Facebook and LinkedIn; and access to our Alumni Directory, the question isn't if you can connect with PDS, but rather, how you'd like to connect.

Like Us on Facebook

to see updates on upcoming events and campus highlights, as well as news about fellow alums, and new and archival photos. Most graduating classes have their own class group on Facebook, as well. These class groups are a great place to share news and updates with your classmates, and an invaluable resource when it comes time to plan your reunion. If you don’t see a group for your class, no problem -- we can help you start one. Email Director of Alumni Programs and Giving Kaylie Keesling at with questions.

Join Our Alumni Group

We recognize the value of LinkedIn's network for connecting alumni. Members are able to post job and internship opportunities from their employers, promote interesting industry news and events, ask questions, and share resources. Only confirmed PDS Alumni are able to join, and we request that you list Princeton Day School in the education section of your LinkedIn profile. Get started here.

Princeton Day School relies on support of committed volunteers to help advance the mission of the school year after year. Please review the volunteer opportunities below. If you are interested in helping PDS as a volunteer, please email, and we will be in touch with more details.

Alumni Board

The Princeton Day School Alumni Board is the governing body of the school’s Alumni Association. The board promotes beneficial relationships between alumni and the school. The president of the Alumni Board also serves on the school’s Board of Trustees.

The Alumni Board meets five times each year. Members, who serve three-year terms, are drawn from the alumni community and serve on at least one of the Board’s standing committees: Awards, Development, Marketing and Outreach, Nominating and Professional Development.

Class Agent

The dedicated work of Class Agents is often what leads our alumni to contribute so generously to the PDS Annual Fund. Volunteering as a Class Agent is a great way to stay in touch with your classmates and support Princeton Day School! Responsibilities include:

  • To encourage classmates to support PDS through the Annual Fund
  • To educate alumni on the value of the Annual Fund
  • To give back to PDS with your own gift to the Annual Fund
  • To keep in contact with old friends
  • To provide leadership within your class

Class Secretary

The class secretary helps collect Class Notes to be used in The Princeton Day School Journal alumni magazine twice a year. It requires an interest in classmates and their activities, as well as attention to detail and strong communications skills.

Reunion Committee

Every year, hundreds of Alumni come back to the Princeton area to celebrate a milestone reunion at Alumni Weekend. This wouldn’t be possible without the work and enthusiastic support of our reunion committee members. Serving on a reunion class committee is a great way to connect with old friends, reach out to former classmates and help ensure the weekend’s success. If you are interested in volunteering to be on your reunion committee or learning more about it, please email us at

Keep Us In The Loop!

We want to hear about your accomplishments, awards, promotions, family news, and any other notable happenings in your life.

Contact the Alumni Office:

Kaylie Keesling

Director of Alumni Programs & Giving
School Extension: 1265