A strong alumni network is a reflection of all that Curtis has become in its 97 years and is an important part of its future as we head into the school’s centennial anniversary in 2025-26. Your involvement in Curtis, your memories, and your insights, as former students and as accomplished alumni, are essential fuel for the school today and in the future. Please update your alumni profile so that we can make sure you are on our mailing list for alumni news and events.
The idea that Curtis is more than a school—that it is a second home to its students—is a feeling that is shared by students across the grades, by Curtis parents, and by our alumni as well. It is the feeling of belonging, of being accepted, and of knowing that you will always be welcome. As former students, you played an important role in the history of our school; as alumni, you continue to be treasured members of our Curtis community. We invite you to stay connected to Curtis, and we offer you a variety of ways to do so.
We want to hear from you! Send us your news about about promotions, career changes, marriages, births, publications, and we will share your milestones in the upcoming issue of the Curtis Magazine, Alumni Notes section.
Class notes are published in the upcoming issue of the Curtis Magazine, Alumni Notes section.
If you wish to play a more active role in alumni affairs, join a small, dedicated group that works closely with Alumni Council Officers and the school to further our goal of increasing alumni engagement.
We need Curtis Class Ambassadors for class years between 1970-2012! It’s never too late to become a Class Ambassador! If you don’t see your class year in the section below (or if you want to partner with your class’s class ambassador), we encourage you to become an ambassador.
Ambassadors keep their former classmates connected with Curtis by sharing information of interest to alumni, including upcoming alumni events, initiatives, and news. The Class Ambassador role has a few responsibilities that require a moderate, remote commitment over the course of a given school year—but these are vital to Curtis and the alumni program.
Can you remember feeling butterflies and processing all of the unknowns about transitioning to middle school?
“Where do you eat lunch?” “What kind of backpacks are cool?” “What are the lockers like?” “Is it hard to make new friends?” “How long does it take to adjust to the new schedule?”
If you are willing to be of service to a fellow Cougar, to help answer our graduating 6th Graders' questions about middle school, please send us your name, phone number, email address and current middle/high school. Once you email the Alumni Office, we will connect you with a member(s) of 6th Grade graduating class in the summer after they graduate to coordinate a phone call to answer any questions a 6th Grader may have about what your middle/high school is like. We hope to hear from you!
If you need any help using the tools in these pages, have questions about alumni events, want to get involved with the Alumni Council, or simply wish to renew your connection with Curtis, please don't hesitate to reach out to the Curtis Alumni Office, at firstname.lastname@example.org.