For Alumnae

A Network of Support

As an Ellis graduate, you are part of an extraordinary network, a sisterhood for a lifetime and alumnae are encouraged to take advantage of Ellis’ deep and broad network and to connect with other graduates across class years, careers, cities, and countries.
Whether navigating a career change, exploring higher education opportunities, or simply wanting to reconnect with former classmates, Ellis offers a variety of opportunities to meet, communicate, or interact with fellow Ellis alumnae.

Alumnae Events

List of 5 events.

  • Oct
    11

    Reunion Weekend

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    Join us as we celebrate classes ending in 4’s and 9’s at Reunion Weekend on October 11–13, 2019. We'll have three fun-filled days of activities and events that will bring together old friends and introduce you to new ones! Events will include longstanding Ellis traditions like the presentation of the Sara Frazer Ellis award and newer traditions like the Alumnae Career Panel. All alumnae, from all class years, are invited to come “home” to their beloved alma mater, Oh Ellis School, Fair Ellis, for Reunion Weekend 2019.
  • Oct
    12

    Reunion Weekend

    Register

    Join us as we celebrate classes ending in 4’s and 9’s at Reunion Weekend on October 11–13, 2019. We'll have three fun-filled days of activities and events that will bring together old friends and introduce you to new ones! Events will include longstanding Ellis traditions like the presentation of the Sara Frazer Ellis award and newer traditions like the Alumnae Career Panel. All alumnae, from all class years, are invited to come “home” to their beloved alma mater, Oh Ellis School, Fair Ellis, for Reunion Weekend 2019.
  • Oct
    13

    Reunion Weekend

    Register

    Join us as we celebrate classes ending in 4’s and 9’s at Reunion Weekend on October 11–13, 2019. We'll have three fun-filled days of activities and events that will bring together old friends and introduce you to new ones! Events will include longstanding Ellis traditions like the presentation of the Sara Frazer Ellis award and newer traditions like the Alumnae Career Panel. All alumnae, from all class years, are invited to come “home” to their beloved alma mater, Oh Ellis School, Fair Ellis, for Reunion Weekend 2019.
  • Nov
    27

    Thanksgiving Alumnae Gathering - Urban Tap

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    Home for Thanksgiving and want to see some friends? Meet up with fellow Ellis Alumnae at The Urban Tap and enjoy a private room, appetizers, and cash bar before heading out for the rest of your night!
  • Dec
    18

    Young Alumnae Winter Social

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    Lunch,
    11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Library Multipurpose Room: Head of School Macon Finley will welcome you back to Ellis, and we’ll provide a light lunch with several Upper School faculty.

    Ice Cream
    12:30–1:00 p.m. Outside Paw Shop and Fred C. Babcock Library: Make an ice cream outside of the Paw Shop then head to the Library to introduce yourself to the current juniors and seniors and mingle with fellow young alumnae.

     "Ask an Alumna"
    1:00–2:00 p.m. Upper School Classrooms: Break into groups for informal conversations among current students and returning alumnae.

Oh Ellis School, Dear Ellis

A time to show your appreciation to your alma mater, Reunion Weekend celebrates important class milestones and lifelong friendships while strengthening ties among the passionate, fierce, and kind women we are lucky enough to call alumnae. It doesn’t matter if you graduated five or fifty years ago, the School hopes that all alumnae will find their way back to Arbuthnot House and experience life on campus as an Ellis girl today.

Ellis Alumnae Connect

The Ellis School is proud to launch Ellis Alumnae Connect, a new private networking platform designed specifically for alumnae! Ellis Alumnae Connect offers alumnae a place to mentor, recruit, reminisce, and engage with Ellis graduates who can bolster professional and personal development.

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