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Welcome back to Dana Hall! We hope the information here provides the information you need to stay connected with the school and your silver sisters.
We would love to see you virtually! Look at our events calendar to see if we are hosting an upcoming alumnae event online that you can join. Please visit DanaConnect for the alumnae directory, and follow us on our Alumnae Facebook group and LinkedIn pages for updates.


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  • Save the Date: April 30 & May 1

    We hope your calendars are marked for April 30 & May 1 because it's time to get ready for Dana Hall's Virtual Super Spring Weekend 2021! From the Class of 1970 to the Class of 2016, we are excited to celebrate a record-breaking 20 Reunion classes at our Virtual Super Spring Reunion this year. 

    Not part of a Reunion class ending in 0, 1, 5 or 6? Don't worry: Our Virtual Super Spring Weekend includes She Sails, Dana Hall's biennial women's leadership forum which is open to all alumnae. With both Super Spring Reunion and She Sails being held virtually this year, it will truly be a global event connecting the entire Dana Hall community. 



Class Colors % Participation


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    Samantha Greenfield 

    Director of Alumnae Relations and Major Giving
  • Photo of Stephanie Meyer

    Stephanie Meyer 

    Assistant Director of Alumnae Events
  • Photo of Robin Ryan

    Robin Ryan 

    Senior Gifts Officer for Alumnae & Planned Giving

Class Notes

Class Notes Deadlines
Summer Issue: April 15
Winter Issue: October 15

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  • Saliba Courtyard

    Favorite Place
  • Senior-Sophomore

    Favorite Tradition
  • South Africa Trip

    Favorite Memory

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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."