Whether virtually or on campus, pending COVID-19 guidelines, we look forward to welcoming reunion classes ending in 1 and 6 to celebrate Reunion 2021.
Mark your calendar and save the date!
Let’s look to the future to Renew, Relive and Reconnect.
Registration will open in late spring. Check back frequently for updates.
Artist, Mariana Cotten ’60
If you have questions, please contact the Assistant Director of Alumnae Relations Tonja Russo at 860-409-3670.
Check back often as details will be updated regularly.
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Office of Alumnae Relations
60 Main Street
Farmington, CT 06032
Consider becoming an Ancient volunteer. Miss Porter’s School depends on committed volunteers from each class to serve on various committees during their Reunion year. These committees are vital to engaging classmates, creating class specific celebrations, and increasing reunion giving during their milestone year.
Yes. We ask that you register to assist in our on-campus event planning. You will receive an invitation after July 1, 2020 with registration details and instructions.
Registration will be open on Friday, October 16.
All the buildings used are accessible. There will be plenty of accessible parking throughout the weekend as well as golf cart transportation around the campus. Please watch for parking signage to direct you.
Please get in touch with classmates and fellow Ancients and encourage them to join us.
Your Reunion is an occasion to renew ties with classmates and reflect on what Miss Porter’s School means to you. It is also a time for alumnae to come together in giving back. Your Reunion giving contributions help maintain and enhance the Miss Porter’s School experience through scholarships, academic innovations, and new initiatives.
Please make a gift in honor of your Reunion today. Donations can be made online or mailed to:
Miss Porter’s School
60 Main Street
Farmington, CT 06032
Reunion gifts can be made in honor of a faculty member or classmate who impacted your life. Gifts by alumnae to any established fund will count toward your class alumnae participation.
Yes, the bookstore, The Ivy will open during Reunion Weekend.
Class dinners are organized by Class Reunion Committees. You will receive additional information from the committee in the coming months. As arrangements are made, they will be listed on the Reunion website here.
The 50th Reunion Class is hosted on campus in the Grist Mill Friday evening. Classes celebrating their 55th and above reunion will also be hosted for dinner on Friday evening in Riverview Lounge in the Pool and Squash building . All other classes are planning their own dinners. Please check here for you class dinner location. Updates will be posted as class committees continue to organize dinners. Check the website frequently for updates.
Severe food allergies should be noted on your registration. Should you have additional concerns, please contact Tonja Russo, Assistant Director of Alumnae Relations at email@example.com or 860-409-3670.
Yes, items listed on the Online Daisy Pop Up Shoppe will be available during Reunion Weekend. Make your purchases during your registration check in. The Shoppe will be open during lunch on Saturday.
Please contact Tonja Russo, Assistant Director of Alumnae Relations. Email her here or call her at 860-409-3670.
We’re sorry you are unable to attend. Please contact Tonja Russo, Assistant Director of Alumnae Relations. Email her here or call her at 860-409-3670.
Please dress comfortably as you will be walking about the campus. Friday evening dinner attire should be suitable for your class dinner location and format.
Absolutely! Please make note on your registration form.