1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015
Not a milestone year? All alumni are welcome to attend.
Dear Fellow Alumni,
Assembly has always been at the heart of Potomac. We came together as an entire School to share, perform, listen, learn, and celebrate. These gatherings were incomparable opportunities for us to gain confidence because they provided a supportive audience and an environment where we felt safe enough to step up and take risks. They gave us the freedom to stretch ourselves, to try things out and see what we could accomplish. Assemblies also taught us to appreciate the contributions and viewpoints of others. They were (and still are today!) a perfect reflection of the commitment to excellence and the generosity of spirit that fuel the power of Potomac.
On May 1 & 2, we will once again have a chance to come together to share and celebrate. Reunion is a great opportunity to reconnect with classmates, meet their families, and forge new friendships. We will be able to relive May Day, walk the trails we explored as children, and see all the new and exciting things that are happening at our alma mater. Head of School John Kowalik will be on hand to welcome us back to campus and share his thoughts about our School’s future. He will be joined by many well-remembered and well-loved faculty and staff members. One thing that Assembly taught us is the importance of community. Reunion is a terrific time to rekindle that spirit and revel in the Potomac community – our community – once again.
Finally, please note that ALL Potomac alumni are invited to this great celebration. Classes ending in 0 and 5 are this year’s special honorees, but we want to see everybody back on campus to be part of the fun. Let’s celebrate the power of Potomac!
I hope to see you soon.
Reed Landry '99
President, Alumni Governing Council
Reunion Giving affords a wonderful opportunity to
make a gift in honor of reaching a milestone.
Your gift provides essential operating support to the School.
We will announce the winners of two important awards at the Reunion lunch on Sunday, May 4:
- The Alumni Governing Council Award is presented to the Reunion Class achieving the highest participation in the Potomac Fund by Reunion Weekend.
- The Class of 1991 Award celebrates the class achieving the highest level of philanthropic leadership service by Reunion weekend.
Whether this is your 50th or 5th reunion, class gifts are a great way to commemorate each milestone.
Raise the bar and set an example for all current and future Reunion classes. Your participation counts, so pledge your support today!