Thank you for joining us for Reunion Weekend this year! It was truly a joy to welcome you home and celebrate your milestone Reunion. We hope you found your time on campus and connecting with classmates meaningful. 

Friday 50th Kickoff

Friday Tours & Classes

Friday Class Cocktails

Saturday Service Project & Class Gatherings

Saturday Reunion Dinner & Awards

Alumni Submitted Photos

Distinguished Alumni Awards

Since 1994, the Distinguished Alumni Award has been presented to nominated members of reunion classes who have shown distinguished service to their community or within their profession. Congratulations to this year’s recipients of this wonderful honor!

Ethan Brown ’89

Hope Harrod ’94

Kia McLean Washington ’94

Sean McLean ’89

Reunion Giving

Sidwell Friends depends on the generosity, enthusiasm, camaraderie, and spirit of its Reunion classes to anchor the Sidwell Friends Fund. Successful Reunion classes help set the pace and inspire other classes through their generosity. Your class gift, along with those of other Reunion classes, has a profound impact on the School’s ability to shape the future of Quaker education.

Sidwell Friends appreciates all levels of alumni support. Whether you are making your first gift or contribute annually, Sidwell Friends thanks our alumni for their commitment to lighting the way forward. 


Reunion Feedback

We invite you to share your feedback about Reunion Weekend through this brief survey. Please share your feedback by Monday, May 20. 

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Anna Wyeth
Director of Alumni Engagement
Point of Contact for Class of '74

Kourtney Ginn
Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement
Point of Contact for Class of '54, '59, '64, '69, '79, '84, '89, '94, '99

Clayton Willis
Young Alumni Coordinator
Point of Contact for Class of '04, '09, '14, '19

Alumni News

No Time But Now

Reunion saw alumni return to campus for a weekend of celebration and remembrance.

2024 Commencement Speaker: Kelsey Wirth ’87

Kelsey Wirth ’87 will be this year’s Commencement speaker. A remarkable and successful entrepreneur who helped to improve the lives of tens of millions, Kelsey later turned her attention and boundless energy to create a grassroots movement to address climate change.

City Beautiful

When it comes to economic development, Bo Kemp ’87 understands the value of efficacy.