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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

#GivingTuesday

What makes Milton Academy so special for today’s students, faculty, and staff? On #GivingTuesday, November 29, we will hear from Milton’s newest community members about what drew them here. Your Milton Fund support helps our school grow and thrive through recruiting and retaining the highest quality faculty and staff, and by making a Milton education accessible to bright students through financial aid.Tune in on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter,  and make your gift to the Milton Fund at https://www.milton.edu/givingtuesday.

Milton Academy Reaccreditation Survey for Graduates

Thank you to the hundreds of Milton Academy graduates who have completed the alumni survey sent earlier this week as part of the school’s self-study process. Your voices are vital as the school prepares for reaccreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Your insights will help us to see Milton’s areas of distinctive strength more clearly and to discern future growth opportunities. If you haven’t yet had a chance to share your thoughts, please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey by Friday, December 2. We appreciate your participation!

A Brave Space

As a professor and the director of Africana Studies at Northeastern University, Régine Michelle Jean-Charles ’96 strives to create a community where students and ideas flourish. “In my view, the job of the formative educator is to make justice irresistible.” So writes Jean-Charles in her 2021 book, Martin Luther King & The Trumpet of Conscience Today. In the same passage, she describes helping a group of students process an act of police brutality they witnessed in Paris at the tail end of a course she taught there. Read More.

Share Your News

Have you written a book? Gotten hitched? Added to your family? Your classmates want to know! Share your news in the spring issue of Milton Magazine by submitting your class note by December 2 at forms.gle/4NHrztmPtjPpGq6n6.

Rosamond van der Linde ’54 shares that she has finished her third book titled “Our Dear Deer Island,” which includes stories from 40 summers of adventures in New Brunswick, Canada. She wrote the book to help the island celebrate its 250th year.

Milton-Nobles Day

Milton-Nobles Day was held on Saturday, November 12, at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Mass. Many students, alumni, family members, and friends cheered the Mustangs on to victory in varsity volleyball (3-0), JV field hockey (2-1 OT), varsity football (38-26), and the under-35 men’s alumni soccer game (4-1). Kevin MacDonald, Varsity Football Head Coach finished his coaching career on a high note with his 237th career win. It was a wonderful day filled with celebration and Milton pride! View photos from the day.

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

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