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Fall Reunion 2020


SAVE THE DATE - Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Virtual Fall Reunion for the Classes of 1950, 1955, 1960 & 1965
All of us at Dana Hall School are disappointed that we will not be welcoming you to campus this fall, but virtual plans are well underway for your milestone Reunion. We look forward to offering you a variety of ways to connect to the School, to the students, to the faculty and to each other. Please save the date for your Virtual Fall Reunion on Wednesday, October 7! You will have a chance to hear from Head of School Katherine Bradley, to learn about Dana today and to connect with your classmates to remember and reflect.

We will update our website in the days and weeks to come so please continue to visit this page for the latest information. Formal registration for the day’s events will be available later this month. We will send you an email reminder when it is time to register.

Our tentative Virtual Fall Reunion schedule is as follows:
  • Tuesday, October 6: Evening "Happy Hour" Class Gatherings
  • Wednesday, October 7: Dana Hall History Presentation with Archivist Dorothy DeSimone P06,10; Conversation with Head of School Katherine Bradley; Student Panel featuring Upper School students speaking about the student experience today, moderated by Alumnae Council President Lee Frechette ’81, P16, 22; Class Gatherings for Reflections, Remembrances and Sharing
If you are interested in helping to make your Dana Hall Virtual Fall Reunion a huge success, please contact Stephanie Meyer, Assistant Director of Alumnae Events, at


Assistant Director of Alumnae Events
(781) 489-1365

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  • Saliba Courtyard

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  • Senior-Sophomore

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  • South Africa Trip

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  • Vietta

    "Dana offers many great opportunities including a trip to South Africa every other year. I never in my wildest dreams thought I’d be visiting South Africa, let alone with some of my closest friends. The trip enabled us to interact with real South Africans as they experienced their real lives, an opportunity I could never have had as a tourist."