What does Curtis School mean to our former students?
For many, it brings to mind traditions such as the Halloween Parade, the Holiday Concert, the Talent Show, trips to Washington D.C. and Boston, and almost certainly the amazing Curtis Fair. Older alumni might add gymnastics shows and ski trips to Mammoth to the list; while younger alums would count in the Southwest Trip, Go Global Week, Book Spree, and the Emerging Artists Exhibition. But no matter the era or the campus they attended, our alumni share warm memories of their time at Curtis and retain a continuing emotional connection to our school.
A recent graduating class chose a theme for their sixth grade year that expressed their relationship to Curtis: “At First a School, Now a Home.” The idea that Curtis is more than a school—that it is a second home to its students—is not unique to this class. Rather, it 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.
"This is a place to reconnect. Search for an old friend in our Alumni directory, learn about upcoming events, and let us know what you have been doing so we can share your news with the Curtis alumni community."
The Alumni Council Community Service Grant is a competitive grant that is awarded annually to support the summer community service project of a young Curtis alumnus or alumna.
Curtis alumni in Grades 9–12 may apply, and applications must be received via email to email@example.com, or postal mail to Curtis School, 15871 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, 90049, in care of Chuck Sawyer, Director of Alumni Relations, by April 15, 2019.
Deadline to apply: Applications received on or before April 15, 2019 will be considered.
Create an Alumni Profile and update your own contact information when it changes so that you will receive invitations to special alumni events, electronic and printed publications, and other communications of interest to our alumni. Add your Profile today to receive an invitation to submit a class note, the e-newsletter just for Curtis alumni and other publications that will keep you informed about what is happening at Curtis today!
If you wish to play a more active role in alumni affairs, you may consider joining this small, dedicated group that works closely with the school to reach out to our broader community of graduates in a number of areas and to assist in fundraising.
Follow us @curtisschoolalumni! You will get a timely peek into what's happening on campus throughout the year. Don't be surprised if you see someone you know from your school days. We especially love to post photos of alumni seen on campus.
If you need any help using the tools in these pages, have any 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 Alexis Shuster, Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darren Cohen '88, President Allison Demoff Jacoby '83, Vice President Lloyd Bunnak '85, Secretary
Cathryn Krantz Benner '85 Jill Carmel '85, Past President Jared Cohen '88 Marshall Cole '96 Cass Girard-Brownstein '86 David Gross '90 Joanna Hameetman '84 Kataneh Haydarzadeh '88 Andrew Hunt '90 Susan Janneck '66 Amanda Kolodny '85 Margaux Lushing '02 Max Mednik '96 Andy Miller '65 Mimi Paley '00 Jeffrey Porter '91 DJ Prager '87 Tybalt Whitney '85 Shana Levin Zarcufsky '85
Sarah Chistolini Ballas '03 Ari Bass '81, Past President Ginger Healy '97 Jim Miller '90 Allan Schweitzer '79