Homecoming / Reunions
Homecoming Weekend 2021
for Alumni, Parents of Alumni and Former Faculty
Friday and Saturday, October 1-2
In 2021, we are hoping to welcome everyone to campus, including our reunion class years ending in '1s and '6s.
If we are in-person, all 2020 reunion classes ending in '0s and '5s are invited to officially celebrate an in-person reunion on campus for Homecoming Weekend 2021.
Details will be updated as they are determined.
Homecoming 2020 a virtual success!
Homecoming was virtual this year for our alumni, parents of alumni and former faculty community. While we couldn't replace what it’s like to be back on campus in person, we are grateful for the opportunities to connect in ways we haven’t before, and we have created an even more engaging and interactive experience than you might have gotten on campus. We found great success with our remote learning program this spring and applied some of the same techniques to our virtual Homecoming events.
Below you will find a video of the Head of School State of the School Update including a student panel presentation and the Francis R. Stanton ’27 Alumni Recognition Presentation - Karen Spencer Kelly ’76. You can also watch a virtual tour of campus today and hear from faculty and alumni!
Special Programming Links:
Centennial Documentary—Live and Serve: Pioneers Along The Road
Centennial Book—Live and Serve - North Shore Country Day School 1919 to 2020
Susan Marshall '76 Concert History Video
Francis R. Stanton Recognition History
Gilbert and Sullivan Photos Through the Years
NSCDS Archives YouTube
NSCDS Archives Photos on Flickr
NSCDS Yearbooks on the Internet Archive
If you have any follow up questions, contact Nancy Green Whiteman '71 in the Alumni/Development Office at 847.881.8848; email@example.com
The Francis R. Stanton ’27 recognition is presented yearly to an alumnus/a of North Shore whose life work exemplifies the School’s motto “Live and Serve.” Karen Spencer Kelly ’76 will receive the Stanton recognition during Homecoming/Alumni Weekend on Saturday, October 3 in a special presentation. Karen’s accomplishments as a lawyer, her dedication and advocacy in her work with diversity, equity and inclusion, volunteer roles with educational institutions and Arthritis Foundation, as well as the honors and awards she has received, are living examples of North Shore’s motto and values.