Reunion 2017: May 12-13

Join us from May 12-13 on campus to celebrate another Reunion as we honor the classes who are reaching their 10th, 25th, and 50th reunion years.

Schedule at a Glance

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  • Friday, May 12

    6:00-8:00pm Remembering the Waverly Reception, Cocktails at this beloved watering hole

    7:30pm 40th Annual Alumni Lacrosse Game, Simosa Field
  • Saturday, May 13

    11:00 am, Registration for the Class of 1967, Reunion Headquarters, Under the Tent on Slaughter Field

    11:30am-1:00pm, 50th Reunion Brunch for the members of the Class of 1967, O'Connor House
     
    12:30 pm, Registration for all Class Years, Reunion Headquarters, Under the Tent on Slaughter Field

    12:30 pm, Ms. Linda Decormier Kindness Garden Ceremony, Behind Humanities
     
    1:00pm, Alumni Basketball Game

    1:15pm, Departure of First Trolley Tour of Old Campus and Historic Homes Guided by Bob Gardiner  
     
    1:15pm, Student Led Tour #1

    2:00pm, Alumni Softball

    2:30pm, Back to the Classroom

    3:45pm, Second Trolley Tour Departs

    3:45pm, Student Led Tour #2

    4:30pm, Alumni Donor Lounge, outside Bowden Hall

    5:45pm, Cheshire Academy Student A Cappella Performance, outside Bowden Hall

    6:0pm, Kevin Slaughter Memorial Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, outside Bowden Hall
     
    6:30pm, Cocktail Reception, Sushi Bar, and Dinner Stations, Gideon Welles Dining Commons

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About Cheshire Academy

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  • The student-centered private school in CT

    Cheshire Academy is a boarding school in Connecticut that challenges students in grades 9-12 and Post Grad to discover and hone their unique talents. This college preparatory school offers personalized learning opportunities like the Roxbury Academic Support Program and the IB Program. Artists can benefit from the Art Major program, while high school athletes can benefit from competitive athletics. Overall, students at the private school are encouraged to become culturally sensitive and internationally minded, and develop the critical thinking skills, confidence, and character that enable them to succeed in college and as citizens of a global society. 
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