Alumni

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Welcome Back!

Whether you graduated last year or fifty years ago, we’d love to hear from you!

Send us a quick message or give us an update for this year’s class notes! Would you like to get in touch with a specific former teacher?

Applewild School welcomes the involvement of its alumni in building relations and supporting outreach efforts on behalf of the School. Alumni volunteers can serve as class agents, members of the Alumni Council, solicitors for fundraising efforts and hosts for regional reunions and gatherings.

The Alumni Council

One of the ways that we stay in touch with alumni is through the alumni council. Consisting of former students, faculty, and staff, the council meets on a monthly basis to organize and plan events and outreach, and to select recipients of the Laverack Family Alumni Award. The most important way that you can help out the Alumni Council is to keep us in the loop! If you have updates on projects, successes, and life events that you or your classmates wish to share with our community, don’t hesitate to contact Kelly Jennsion at kjennison@applewild.org.

Laverack Family Alumni Award

The Laverack Family Alumni Award was established by Applewild’s founding headmaster, William Laverack, his wife, Persis Laverack, and their family to celebrate the values Mr. Laverack held as most important in life: dedication and generosity — specifically, being generous with one’s time, one’s love, and one’s life.

Candidates for the Laverack Award are nominated every year by our own alumni. If you know an Applewild alumnus/a whose life has embodied Applewild’s core values in an exemplary way, please let us know by contacting Kelly Jennison, kjennison@applewild.org. Please include the following in your email:

Your name:
Your class year:
Nominee’s name:
Nominee’s class year:
Reasons for nomination:

 More information on past award winner →

Founders Award

The Applewild School Founders Award may be presented annually to a loyal friend of Applewild to honor exceptional service to the school.

  • Recipient has had a long-term association with Applewild and has demonstrated an ongoing loyalty to Applewild.

  • Recipient has shown commitment as a volunteer in achieving the mission of the school and has actively participated in fulfilling the goals of the Board.

  • Recipient has left a positive impact on the school community, its programs and its campus.

The Development Committee will recommend a nominee to the Board after consideration of candidates proposed from within the Applewild School community.

The Chair of the Board and/or the Headmaster will present the Founders Award at an on-campus school event such as Recognition Day or the Annual Trustee meeting. Recipient’s name will be engraved on the Founders Award honor roll plaque displayed at the school. Recipients will also be named in the Founders Scholarship honor roll.

 More information on past award winners →