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A Panther For Life

Welcome to The Potomac Alumni Association! This is the place to learn about how you can reconnect with your alma mater, your friends, and the wider Potomac community.

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There are many ways to give back to the Potomac community. We welcome you back on campus at a Reunion, Career Day, or on an alumni committee

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Alumni Events

Reunions, class parties, city alumni events.....

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Langstaff Auditorium
Please join us for an evening with Jonathan Darman '99, author of BECOMING FDR: The Personal Crisis That Made a President, in the Langstaff Auditorium. The event will begin with a reception at 6:30 pm, followed by a discussion with Jonathan moderated by US history teacher Becca Mahoney. Dessert, coffee, and a book signing will be available at the end of the program. Purchase your copy here or wherever you buy your books. Kindly RSVP if you're planning to attend.

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The Potomac Current

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Potomac Pulse

Upper School Online Newsletter

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Upper School Literary magazine

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Alumni Authors

Our talented Alumni authors

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Llama Notes

Our alumni e-newsletter

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We’ve all watched TV doctors take control of the ER. But what is it like to be a real-life medical professional caring for real-life patients?

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Alumni Spotlight

Photojournalist Valerie Plesch ’98 explores the human experience and shares her passion for visual storytelling.
Around the World is a joyful annual celebration of the diverse cultural heritages that enrich the Potomac experience.
London-based journalist Jonathan Haworth ‘00 has spent the past decade defining what constitutes news and deciding how best to tell the stories that matter.
Illustrator Louisa Cannell ‘09 uses her talents to advance social causes and shares her professional knowledge with a new generation of aspiring artists.
Professor Ulka Anjaria ‘97, of Brandeis University, is committed to dusting off worn-out images of the humanities and replacing them with a fresh, inclusive, global perspective.
The CDC's Dr. John Brooks ’76 reflects on the pandemic, vaccines, herd immunity, and what we have learned that can help us in the future.

Alumni Governing Council


Reunion 2022

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