For 160 years, our graduates have built upon the remarkable sense of community that is as fundamental to the Nardin experience today as it has been since the Academy’s founding.
Nardin alumni serve as valuable mentors to each other, as well as to current students, who learn what it means to be part of a legacy built by confident, successful men and women.
In the year leading up to each reunion, we connect with celebrating high school alumnae with the help of reunion coordinators, who serve as ambassadors in a meaningful and rewarding way.
We want YOU as a reunion coordinator if your graduating year ends in a “5” or a “0” and:
- You are connected and wish to continue to help your classmates stay in touch
- You are willing to fact check alumni addresses and contact info
- You will ask your classmates to “Save the Date” for reunion
- You will encourage participation, at any level, in making class gifts in honor of reunion- this is a gift to The Nardin Fund, or in the case of the 50th celebrating classes, a gift to the endowed scholarship
My time at Nardin was special and has become even more meaningful since having left the campus. I love seeing what other women are doing and offering a venue to keep us all connected.
Nicole Davis ‘96