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Reunion Weekend 2020

We’re celebrating class years ending in “0” and “5.” Join us June 12-13.
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Alumni Community Information

Llewellyn “Llew” Smith ’72 Reflects on His Storytelling Career

Llewellyn “Llew” Smith ’72 returned to campus in April as part of the 2024 DEIJ Speaker Series. “I’m always interested in stories that are connected to people, looking at social conditions, and that explore certain kinds of consequences. If the story doesn’t have consequences, I’m not interested. If the story doesn’t have a possibility of a real impact now, I’m not so interested,” Smith shared at an assembly moderated by student leaders in the Upper and Middle schools. Read more.

Milton Community Gathers in Asia

Head of School Alixe Callen ’88 and Chief Advancement Officer Lisa Winick recently returned from an action-packed trip to Asia. While overseas, they connected with alumni and parents in Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing, and Hong Kong. The sense of Milton pride and community is strong all over the world! Pictured is one of the events in Hong Kong. Click here to view the full album.

Transitions Program Reunion: Celebrating 40 Years

The recent 40th-anniversary celebration of Milton’s Transitions Program was a memorable occasion, marked by an emotional keynote speech from Alex Alex ’19. During the event, both alumni and current students shared inspiring anecdotes reflecting on their experiences and the program’s enduring impact. The gathering honored the program’s commitment to fostering inclusivity and underscored its significance in shaping a diverse community at Milton.

From Milton Magazine: “Going the Distance”

Mik Aoki ’86 has spent a lifetime on the baseball diamond, as a player and as a coach. Yet he rarely spoke about the game with his mother. “For my mother, studies always came first,” says Aoki, who recently took over as head baseball coach at the University of Richmond. “She never discouraged me. But I think she would have been just as happy if I had taken up the tuba.” Read more.

Celebrate Milton’s Retiring Faculty

At the end of this school year, four Milton faculty members—Bob Sinicrope, Rod Skinner ’72, Sarah Storer Goodwin Teaching Chair Sarah Wehle, and Laurence M. Lombard 1913 Teaching Chair Vivian WuWong—will retire, and we invite you to join us in celebrating their incredible impact on our community through dedicated virtual memory boards. You can share memories, messages of appreciation, photos, and videos that reflect the joy, learning, and camaraderie they brought to Milton. Please visit to post your well wishes!

Melissa Dilworth Gold ’61 Visiting Artists

On April 18 and 19, Milton Academy welcomed musicians Molly Joyce and Gaelyn Lea thanks to the generosity of donors to the Melissa Dilworth Gold ’61 Fund Visiting Artists Fund. The two musicians met with Milton Academy’s orchestra students to discuss the intersection of music and disability. They shared their life stories and how they embraced and leveraged their disabilities to express themselves and advocate for others with disabilities. Ms. Lea and Ms. Joyce also spoke with local students with disabilities in Dorchester on April 17 as part of the public school partnership component of the fund. They delivered a message of hope and encouragement for the students to share their unique stories. Read more.

Get Ready to Dive Into Summer With Milton

Get ready for summer adventures with Milton! Plan to immerse yourself in the excitement of our summer event series, featuring events all over New England, including Maine, Western Massachusetts (Tanglewood!), Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and more. To make sure you get all the details, update your contact information at See you this summer!

Visit our Alumni News Page for more stories about the alumni community.

The Milton Community on LinkedIn

Looking to connect with fellow alums? Have an exciting professional development to share? Join our Milton Academy Alumni group on LinkedIn to connect with classmates and grow your professional network.

We also encourage you to proudly showcase your affiliation with Milton Academy by adding the school to your LinkedIn profile under the “Education” section. It’s the best way to highlight your alma mater and stay connected with fellow members of the Milton community.