Each May, we look forward to hosting our largest gathering of US alumni. We have put together a fun-filled weekend and hope you will return to walk down memory lane on both campuses, connect with friends, (old and new), and visit with students and teachers.
Other than individual reunion class parties and the Hail University! Dinner, all alumni are welcome at all events.
For any questions during Reunion Weekend please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THURSDAY, MAY 19
6:00 PM Alumni Graduate Award Dinner
Shaker Campus, Chilcote Family Commons
Tony Peebles ’81, President of the US Alumni Association, will present the Alumni Graduate Award.
FRIDAY, MAY 20
9:45 AM US Today
Hunting Valley Campus, Upper Common
Join alumni for coffee and observe the traditional farewell handshake. Afterward, join athletic Director Sean McDonnell and others for a discussion of US’s athletic program, visit a US class, and enjoy lunch and a panel discussion with the Head of School and seniors.
Shaker Master Plan Reveal
Shaker Campus, Barry Gallery
Join Tom Hotaling ’69 of Boston’s Ann Beha Architects as he reveals the exciting renovation plans for the Shaker campus.
Shaker Campus Tour with Historian Dick Parke ‘72
Shaker Campus, Michael & Danielle Weiner Welcome and Reception Center
Take a behind the scenes tour of the old dorm spaces, under the swimming pool, and other rarely accessed areas.
Individual Class Parties for Reunion Classes
Reunion classes will gather at many fun locations to celebrate. Details can be found on each class page at www.us.edu/reunion.
SATURDAY, MAY 21
10:30 AM African American Brunch
Hunting Valley, Front Entrance
Join alumni and students to hear from Armond Adams ’02, New York-based Real Estate Salesperson for the Corcoran Group and Alex Robertson ’02, Founder and Director of Recess Cleveland
Hunting Valley Campus, Smythe Pavilion
Bring the family and join us for outdoor family fun and the alumni picnic.
Four School Cocktail Party
Hunting Valley Campus, Front Entrance, and Outcalt Family Reception Center.
All alumni are invited together with friends from HB, Laurel, and Hawken. Beer, wine, and hors d’oeuvres will be served
Hail University! Party
Hunting Valley Campus, Upper Common and Williamson Family Elbow
Join classes ending in 0, 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7, class years 1972 and before, and current and retired faculty for our annual Hail University! Party. Enjoy delicious food stations, cocktails, camaraderie, and a wonderful view of Lake Kilroy.
Alumni Graduate Award Dinner
Thursday, May 19th ~ 6:00-9:00 pm
Join us for the Man of the Year Dinner honoring Jim Kralik '82.
Jim Kralik is passionate about education and its ability to transform lives. As a thought-leader, life-long learner, and successful international investor, Jim has provided thoughtful counsel to the US Board of Trustees since 2007. Most recently, he has made extraordinary contributions as the Chair of the 2021 Strategic Planning Curriculum Subcommittee. Jim is especially committed to the school’s academic mission and strengthening our academic program. After earning an undergraduate degree in Economics and an MBA from Harvard, Jim started his professional career with McKinsey and Company’s Cleveland Office. His work at McKinsey took him to China, where he has lived and worked for more than thirty years as an entrepreneur, executive, and investor. Based in Shanghai since 2000, Jim is the Managing Director of Linden Street Capital, a family office with a broad range of investments in China and North America. He and his wife Yunli Lou have four children ages 16 to 23.
African American Brunch
Saturday, May 21 ~ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Join alumni and students to hear from Armond Adams ’02, New York-based Real Estate Salesperson for the Corcoran Group and Alex Robertson ’02, Founder and Director of Recess Cleveland.
Would you like to help plan your class reunion? Please contact Director of Alumni Engagement Ben Malbasa '96 at email@example.com or (216) 292-2147.
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