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This spring, alums in class years ending in 4 and 9 will celebrate milestone reunions. Concord Academy reunions have a long history of providing classmates with the opportunity to reminisce, reunite, and reconnect with friends old and new! We hope you will join your classmates in marking this special moment for you and your class.

As with every reunion, alums from all years are invited to join the festivities.
Registration is now available.

Questions? Contact Merrill Genoa, Annual Fund and alum programs officer.

We are excited to welcome you back to Concord in June!

Schedule of Events

Friday, June 7

3:00–7:00 p.m.
Registration and Check-In
Welcome Tent, The Quad

4:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Student-Led Campus Tours
Departs from the Welcome Tent

5:00 p.m.
Hard-Hat Tour of CA’s West Campus
Join Don Kingman, director of campus planning, design, and construction, for a walking tour of the West Campus project. Learn about the construction, CA’s commitment to environmental sustainability, and how this project will unify our campus and allow students to thrive.

4:30–6:00 p.m.
Concord Twilight Walking Tour
In partnership with Visit Concord, this 90-minute tour of Concord explores the streets and byways of the historic town CA calls home. Start the weekend immersed in the environment that has helped to shape our school’s culture.

5:30–6:30 p.m.
Alums of Color Reception
All alums of color are invited to join Head of School Henry Fairfax and fellow alums of color for a networking reception.

6:00–8:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception & Dinner
Enjoy an evening under the stars with friends, good food, engaging conversation, and s’mores by the fire. Beer and wine will be served.

Saturday, June 8

8:00–8:45 a.m.
Morning Yoga
Dance Studio, Second Floor
Student Health and Athletic Center

8:00–9:30 a.m.
Student-Faculty Center

9:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m.
Student-Led Campus Tours
Departs from the Welcome Tent

9:30–11:00 a.m.
Walking Tours in partnership with Visit Concord (two options)
Join CA faculty members for a 90-minute walking tour of Concord. Descriptions can be found at the Visit Concord website.

  • Indigenous People of Concord
    Learn about the 10,000-year history of the Indigenous people of Concord.
  • Women of Concord
    Learn about some of the remarkable women who fought for justice in Concord and contributed to a uniquely American literary and artistic vision.

10:00 a.m.
Hermeneutics: Understanding Sacred Texts
Join Robert Munro, assistant head for academic program and equity, for a mini-class on how to analyze and interpret texts across media, time, and place. With an emphasis on ancient and sacred texts, see how students learn cross-cultural competency, and the research, reading, and critical thinking skills required for developing historians.

11:00–11:45 a.m.
Alum Association Assembly
The Concord Academy Alum Association is delighted to host the 2024 Alum Association Assembly for all classes. You will have the chance to meet school leadership and hear important updates. The assembly will be recorded for those who are unable to participate in person.

11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m.
Memorial Service
Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel

2:00 p.m.
From an Idea to Finished Work: Navigating the Creative Process
Participate in a lively discussion with a group of alums as they delve into the intricate journey of transforming an initial spark of creativity into a finished masterpiece. Whether it’s writing a captivating novel, directing a dramatic form of theater, or crafting any other form of media, this conversation will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process. Featuring:

  • Anne Dowd ’74
  • Susan Knopf ’74
  • Lesley Koenig ’74

2:00–4:00 p.m.
Ignite Your Creativity With DEMONs
Roll up your sleeves with DEMONs (Dreamers, Engineers, Mechanics, and Overt Nerds), the student engineering club, and spark your innovation through hands-on exploration and creation. Alums can try their hand at a paper rocket launch or make their own smoothie on a blender-bike.

3:00 p.m.
Hard-Hat Tour of CA’s West Campus
Join Don Kingman, director of campus planning, design, and construction, for a walking tour of the West Campus project. Learn about the construction, CA’s commitment to environmental sustainability, and how this project will unify our campus and allow students to thrive.

4:30 p.m.
Student-Led Campus Tours
Departs from the Welcome Tent

5:30 p.m.
Reception and Dinner

Sunday, June 9

8:30–11:00 a.m.
Farewell Brunch
Student-Faculty Center


Marcia Synnott


Caroline Herrick
Diana Dennison Smith

Robin Alden
Louisa Bradford
Kate Morse Erwin
Connie Burr Evans
Helen Hollingsworth
Joey Morgan
Jenny Cox Pertiller
Sarah Pillsbury
Julie Preston
Molly Dillon Raymond
Nancy Schoeffler
Lea Morse Sloan


Marj Aelion
Heidi Anderson Nauleau
Sarah Bell
Conant Brewer
Lee Comegys Chafee
Tom Chou
Daniel Clark
Anne Dowd
Amy Dunbar
Peter Fisher
Stephen Heymann
Randy Howze
Susan Knopf
Lesley Koenig
Lucy Loomis
Mei-Mei Ma
Peter Michaelis
Kathy Pillsbury
Wendy Powers
Robin Symington Ramos
Mouse Scharfenaker
Barbi Shimer
Linzee Weld

Anne Wilson

Elizabeth Aguilar-Imsland
Jennifer Beal
Erik Hestnes
Amy Withington


Kate Radtke Guedj
Megan Mack
Bev Thompson Webster
Sam Welch
John Wilson

Jen Burleigh

Maureen Beekley
Anne Clark
Lori Julian Jazaeri
David Margolies
Danielle Pedreira
Sarah Cosgrove Stoker
Andrea Geiger Re
Kate Reeder
Alex Rummonds Lawani
Tracy Welch
Alex West
Becky Schotland Wolsk


Trelane Clark

Khadijah Davis
Nina Feldman
Mike Green
Jason Kolbe
Nick Lauriat
Frank McSherry
Tess Munro Bauta
Meisha Newman
Ethan Thurow

Mike Edwards

Willie Diaz
Julie Kaplan
Susannah Parke
Maggi Pattillo
Geoff Plauger
Ben Sexton
Kelsey Stratton
Sarah Anderson Thompson


Megan Harlow

Sami Morse
Josh Reed-Diawuo


Angela Kim
Gracie Mason-Brown
Katherine McNally
Amanda Brown Miller
Ben Miller
Seoyeon Park
Gabe Perez-Putnam
Helen Pinch
Paolo Sanchez
Katie Shin

Sophia Cannizzaro
Asa Hamot
Ceili Lemus
Samantha Morrison
Ananya Pani
Katie Woolford

Additional Registrants

Susan Adams P’98
William Adams P’98
William Bailey
Deanna Douglas
Jennifer Pline P’13 ’15

Reunion and Alum Weekend Pricing

CA’s Pricing Philosophy:
Your lasting connection to your school is invaluable, which is why Concord Academy covers a significant amount of the costs of Reunion and Alum Weekend activities. Fees associated with this event help offset the cost of the weekend, but do not cover the total cost.

Reunion and Alum Weekend Packages:
Full weekend with on-campus housing: $300*
Full weekend without on-campus housing: $200*
Friday evening only: $60
Saturday full day & evening: $150
Saturday evening only: $75

*The full weekend package includes all meals, entertainment, activities, and programs. Friday and Saturday dinners include beer and wine for attendees 21 and older.

CAYAC Discount (Graduates from the Classes of 2009–2023):
Full weekend with on-campus housing: $250
Full weekend without on-campus housing: $150
Friday evening only: $50
Saturday full day & evening: $100
Saturday evening only: $65

On-Campus Housing:
On-campus housing is available (see above). Please visit the Accommodations section for more information.

Kids’ Club Pricing:
Child care is available during Alum and Reunion Weekend. Please visit the Kids’ Club section for pricing and an overview of the program.


On-Campus Housing:
Registration for on-campus housing is available for an additional fee of $100 per adult at registration. The price for on-campus housing is the same whether you stay one or both nights. Classmates will be housed together whenever possible, and friends who would like to share rooms should note their request on the registration form. Pets are not permitted. Please note there is no AC in the houses and many beds are lofted (on risers). We have a limited number of handicap accessible rooms. If you have any questions, please contact Meredith Walsh.

Local Hotels and Accommodations:
Accommodations are also available at these local hotels:

Aloft Lexington
727 Marrett Road, Lexington
Visit website
(781) 761-1700

Concord’s Colonial Inn
(800) 370-9200
Visit website

Doubletree Bedford Glen Hotel
44 Middlesex Turnpike, Bedford
Visit website
(781) 275-5500

Element Lexington
727 Marrett Road, Lexington
Visit website
(781) 761-1750

Hawthorne Inn
462 Lexington Road, Concord
(978) 369-5610

The Inn at Hastings Park
2027 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington
Visit website
(781) 301-6660

Residence Inn Concord
(978) 341-0003
Visit website

Class Photo Schedule

Join your fellow classmates during Saturday’s Reception and Dinner for photographs behind the Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel.

1974 | 5:40 p.m.
1984 | 5:50 p.m.
1989 | 6:00 p.m.
1994 |6:10 p.m.
1999 | 6:20 p.m.
2004 | 6:30 p.m.
2014 | 6:40 p.m.
2019 | 6:50 p.m.
1964 | 7:00 p.m.
1969 | 7:10 p.m.
1979 | 7:20 p.m.
2009 | 7:30 p.m.

Reunion Committees

Interested in joining your reunion committee? Contact Merrill Genoa, Annual Fund and alum programs officer.


Laura Aronstein
Constance Burr Evans
Marion Freeman
Caroline Harwood
Joey Morgan
Sarah Pillsbury
Julia Preston
Nancy Schoeffler


Marj Aelion
Tom Chou
Amy Dunbar
Peter Michaelis
Mouse Koehne Scharfenaker


Anne Clark
Alexandra Rummonds Lawani
Katherine Reeder
Tracy Welch


Tess Munro Bauta
Michael Green
Sarah Faulkner Hugenberger
Michael Lichtenstein


Adam Geer
Benjamin Sexton
Kelsey Stratton
Sarah Anderson Thompson


Minh Dinh
James Hall
Julia DiGiammarino Segel
Vernard Lockhart


Katherine McNally
Rebecca Miller
Paolo Sanchez
Phoebe Shum


Owen Elton

Kids’ Club

We hope you will bring your family with you to Concord! Kids’ Club welcomes children on Saturday evening, with dinner and activities included. We kindly request that all children are toilet-trained, and are between the ages of 3 and 12 years old. A kid-friendly dinner, snacks, and entertainment will be provided for Kids’ Club attendees. We require advance registration for child care to ensure adequate staffing.

The Kids’ Club charge is $50 for the first child, $40 for the second child, $30 for the third child, and $20 per child for all additional children. Please complete your registration online if you are registering for child care. If online registration is not an option for you, please contact David Micali at (978) 402-2243.

Following your registration for Kids’ Club, you will receive a separate email communication with more information about the Kids’ Club drop-off location and times, as well as instructions for completing required forms. These forms must be completed and returned to CA prior to your child(ren) attending Kids’ Club on June 8.

Additional Family-Friendly Activities
You are welcome to accompany your child to any of the following events that are available for future chameleons. Please note that children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all activities except for Saturday evening Kids’ Club.

Saturday, June 8

1:00 p.m.
Animal Adventures
Welcome Tent

2:00–5:00 p.m.
Pool Open, lifeguard on duty
Student Health and Athletics Center

Families can also enjoy canoeing the Sudbury River or cruise around town on CA boarding bikes. Or make your way to Moriarty Athletic Campus to enjoy pick-up soccer, baseball, and lawn games.

Reunion Giving

Reunion and Alum Weekend is a moment to rekindle friendships, reminisce about shared experiences, and reaffirm CA’s place in your story. We hope you’ll be part of this special weekend, reconnecting with classmates and other CA alums across all decades.

Another way to honor your upcoming reunion is by making a reunion gift to the 2023–24 CA Annual Fund. CA’s alums have always worked together to support and advance our school—you are part of that legacy! CA’s $3.1 million Annual Fund provides 8% of the school’s core operating budget, including mission-critical financial aid grants for 112 families.

In honor of your reunion, will you consider contributing to the Annual Fund? Each and every gift, regardless of amount, confirms your belief in CA’s mission and what it makes possible for every student.

You can also consider starting a new reunion tradition: contribute this reunion year and sustain your support for the next four years, leading up to your next milestone reunion. CA needs its alum community to step forward in greater numbers and with consistency to keep CA going strong in its second century. This year, over 1,000 CA alums are celebrating a milestone reunion. Collectively, you can make a big difference for our students. Can we count on you?

Additional Information

Campus Facilities and Area Transportation

The weekend can be a mini-vacation for the whole family. Swim in CA’s pool, canoe on the river, or use the tennis courts, fitness room, and fields. Train schedules will be available for trips into Cambridge and Boston. Take advantage of all that the Boston area has to offer on your own or with your spouse, partner, guests, and children!

Visit Concord
Visit Concord is a great resource for helping you make the most of your time back in Concord. Be sure to stop by the Visitor Center on Main Street while you’re here! We are pleased to be partnered with them to offer tour opportunities for Reunion and Alum Weekend attendees.

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