Reunion 2024


Alumnae Reunion Weekend 2024 | Friday, May 31, 2024

2:00 p.m. - Alumnae Induction Ceremony of the senior class and recognition of the 2024 Distinguished Alumna, Ann Ojemann Jarris '90. Learn more

3:30 p.m. - Explore the campus and enjoy looking back on your days on the "Ridge." 

4:00 p.m. - Join our popular Master Classes. More information to come.

5:00 p.m. - Heavy hors d'oeuvres and wine reception in the Commons. Recognition of milestone reunion classes ending in a "4" and a "9." Presentation of Sacred Heart Award. 

For questions, please contact Julie Lundgren, Director of Alumnae and Donor Relations at jlundgren@forestridge.org

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Become a Class Agent:

Help to gather your class by for a fun weekend of reconnecting and reminiscing.

Here’s how: Contact Julie Lundgren in the Alumnae Office at jlundgren@forestridge.org or 425-201-2414. 

Communications:

The Alumni Office will supply you with a class list with contact information.  Please reach out to your classmates and invite them to attend the weekend.  Send any updated information to the Alumni Office so your classmates can receive emails and mail to the correct addresses.

Use these methods to communicate:

  • A class Facebook page.  Post old photos and memories along with information about reunion
  • Instagram
  • Email
  • Call your classmates and personally invite them – everyone loves the personal touch!
  • Class gathering Saturday after the School reunion

All Alumni Reunion on Friday:

  • Encourage your classmates to attend!
  • The school offers a full afternoon and evening of activities, including Alumnae Induction Ceremony of the Senior Class, Master Classes by esteemed faculty members and campus tours. 

Plan a lunch or dinner on Saturday for your class: 

  • This gathering can be at someone’s home, or at a restaurant or club. The best venues offer room for everyone to visit and relax. There is always a lot of catching up to do!
  • Often, classes will recognize anyone who has passed away and take the time to remember that person and what she meant to your class.