Engaged alumnae are the key ingredient to a vital and active Alumnae Association. The Alumnae Association needs your input and talent and there are many ways to get involved no matter where you live.
Volunteer for Sarah Lyman Day of Community Service; be a role model/Protege mentor for current Laurel students or young alums; become a class news agent; help plan your class reunion; join an Alumnae Board committee; become an Ambassador for Admissions.
Live out of town? No problem! Host an event in your city or be a Big Sis to a Laurel alum in college.
Leverage the power of the Laurel alumnae community through Alumnifire and LinkedIn.
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Laurel School is pleased to partner with Alumnifire to offer an online professional networking platform for our alumnae. Using Alumnifire can help Laurel alumnae foster one-on-one connections and exchange industry expertise with unparalleled ease.
Are you looking for career guidance or maybe an internship or job? Moving to a new city and want the recommendations of locals? Looking to give back to the next generation of Laurel girls or be a role model/mentor for current students? Enjoy the benefits of being a member of the Laurel Alumnae Community!
LinkedIn is very well established, but application updates have resulted in our members needing to confirm Laurel School in their educational profile. Mark yourself as a Laurel alumna on LinkedIn by following the steps below:
Go to your profile and add Laurel School to your educational history by choosing Laurel School (green square icon) from the drop-down menu.
If you already have "Laurel School" in your profile, please double check to make sure it is the one with the green square icon. If it is not, please re-select Laurel School.
By adding Laurel School to your educational history, you will help populate the "see alumni" feature on Laurel School's LinkedIn page. Thank you!
Prospective families for our Early Learners (18 months) through Grade 12 are invited to attend our spring Open House. Whether you are still considering a new school for next year or getting a jump start on the process for high school, this event will include information about the ways in which Laurel utilizes cutting-edge research to ensure that every girl is both challenged and supported. Families will go on student-led tours, meet our engaging faculty and learn more about our rich curriculum and dynamic co-curricular programs.
Look@Laurel for Prospective Middle School Families
You’re invited to Look@Laurel to discover the school that will encourage your daughter to welcome intellectual challenges, take risks, develop her voice and create a lifelong community! Prospective Fifth through Eighth Grade students and parents will learn about how Laurel puts research into action in creating an environment in which girls thrive.
Introduction to Laurel for New Families
Head of School Ann V. Klotz and other school leaders will introduce themselves to newly enrolled families as they prepare to transition to Laurel School in the fall of 2020. We will provide a brief overview on things such as required Back-to-School forms, parent volunteer opportunities, uniforms and other resources, followed by a light dinner and an opportunity to meet other families who are joining the Laurel community.
Look@Laurel for Prospective Primary School Families
You’re invited to Look@Laurel to discover the school that will encourage your daughter to welcome intellectual challenges, take risks, develop her voice and create a lifelong community! Prospective Kindergarten through Grade 4 students and parents will learn about how Laurel puts research into action to create an environment in which girls thrive.
Virtual Alumnae Awards Ceremony
Alumnae Weekend &125th Celebration
Gator Golf Outing
Mayfield Country Club
122nd Laurel Commencement (US Students Required)
First Day of Classes - Start of Laurel's 126th Year