Old stones, made strong again
Virtual Reunion 2020 is over, but you can still enjoy the sights and sounds of NMH!
In June, Northfield Mount Hermon invited all alumni, but especially the classes ending in 0 and 5, to the first ever NMH Virtual Reunion. We've kept the Virtual Reunion accessible to continue to allow alumni to enjoy a little NMH spirit! We miss seeing you on campus, and look forward to the time when we can safely gather together here on this beautiful hillside in Massachusetts.
On October 3, NMH held the Annual Alumni Association Meeting (normally held during Reunion Weekend) which included voting in of association leadership, recognizing 2020 award winners, and a school update from Head of School Brian Hargrove P’24. Click here to watch the full meeting, or here to read more about this year's award recipients.
Reunion 2021 Details
We look forward to gathering on campus once it is safe to do so. Reunion details for 2021 will be determined accordingly. Information will be posted when it is known.
Reunion 2019's Program Highlights
Back to School — Alumni were students again in classes led by NMH teachers on subjects being taught in today's classrooms, such as Farming for the 21st Century, humanities, and social entrepreneurship.
Hymn Sing — Class hymns were sung and alumni through the decades connected through song.
Celebrate NMH Athletics: Row, Run, Ride — After a boat dedication to Deane and Cynthia Lanphear and the Draper Riverhouse name unveiling, celebrants set out on a Reunion Row on the Connecticut River, the Mec Peller Memorial 5K, and the NMH Pie Ride. See photos of the events.
Alumni Convocation — Outstanding alumni achievements were recognized at this awards assembly, which commenced with the 50th reunion class and alumni award winner processional.
Class Dinners — 25th and 50th reunion classes enjoyed a dinner under their tents; Young Alumni classes dined alfresco by James Gym; all other classes enjoyed a meal in Alumni (West) Hall. Receptions beforehand included a full bar and appetizers.
Other highlights included live music, the Thousand Arrows Karaoke Party hosted by Mariah Draper '89 and Sam '88 Calagione, farm tours led by Farm Manager Jake Morrow, alumni panel discussions, and class memorials organized by class volunteers.