Our Alumni

The stories of student experiences at Corlears and the depth of understanding that our alumni apply to their continued studies and subsequent careers is a reflection of their early years of preparation. In turn, the stories that our alumni bring back to the Corlears Community gives current students confidence in the possibilities that lie before them. 


Upcoming Events for Alumni

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Corlears Graduates! We'd love to hear from you!

Below are some ways you can get connected and stay involved:

  • Send us your news and update your contact information (email/snail mail). click here

  • Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

  • Attend an event! Stay tuned for upcoming Fall 2019 event information.

  • Keep up to date with Corlears Blog via our website

For more information, please contact Yvonne Casuso, Director of Development and Alumni Relations.


Young Alumni: Ways to Get Involved

As middle and upper school alumni, you can:

  • Participate in our Annual 6th Grade panel in the fall

  • Visit Corlears on your days off from school

  • Volunteer for admissions tours, Spring Fair, and any all-school events

  • Organize mini reunions

  • Send us updates – that include pictures, and brief narratives about the amazing things you are doing and participating in at your new school

Take Advantage of Leadership Opportunities

As Upper School and College Alumni you can:

  • Be a Corlears Social Media organizer; start a group on your favorite social media platform to stay in touch and strengthen networking skills by connecting with other Corlears Alum!

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Contribute to Corlears Annual Fund

Your support of Corlears Annual Fund is a meaningful way to pay it forward to Corlears families today.
As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on gifts, above and beyond tuition, to enable and sustain our growth.

From the time Corlears School opened its doors in 1968, school families have worked together to financially support the school and its mission and that tradition continues today with our Annual Fund.

Tuition does not cover all of the expenses associated with a quality independent education that includes a robust financial aid program, ongoing professional development for staff, a state-of-the art facility, and the provision of competitive salaries and benefits for all personnel.