Maret Alumni Association

Welcome to the Maret Alumni Association! This is the place to reconnect with your alma mater, your friends, and the wider Maret community. Be sure to peruse the upcoming alumni events and follow us on social media. Hope to see you on campus soon, and please keep in touch.

    Reunion Committees are forming now for classes ending in 1 and 6! Please contact Director of Annual Giving Dana Tignor '99 at if you would like to help plan activities for your class.

    Alumni Council 2020-2021

    Shooter Starr ’99, President
    Ruth Heller Catan ’80, 1980s Decade VP
    Ingrid Lund ’96, 1990s Decade VP and Alumni Fund Chair
    Kendra Mitchell ’08, 2000s Decade VP
    Courtney Bolden ’13, 2010s Decade VP
    Randolph Adams ’95
    Ron Allen ’06
    Susana Berger ’04
    Cyrus Beschloss ’15
    Abigail Bluestone ’99
    Carolyn Bottelier ’09
    Ben Butler ’10
    Janice Calomiris ’77
    Avonda Fogan ’12
    Channing Foster ’11
    Charles Hartley ’85
    Justine Hirshfield ’02
    Gaby Hornig ’08
    Christina Kalavritinos ’72
    Sarah Sloan ’07
    Dana Tignor ’99
    Justin Wasfy ’01
    Tia Watkins ’11
    Sasha Zients ’13

    Distinguished Alumni Award

    The Distinguished Alumni Award was created by the Maret Alumni Council in 2011 to celebrate the incredible accomplishments of our former students. This award shares with the entire Maret community, especially our current students, the noteworthy achievements of our alumni.

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    Equity and inclusion are at the very center of all that we do here at Maret. Over the years, our work has expanded in both breadth and depth as we constantly re-evaluate what it means to be conscientious equity practitioners. We believe that, while imperfect and sometimes stumbling, we must remain on the path toward building a stronger community and, ultimately, a better world.

    The 2020-2021
    School Year

    Maret will begin the school year delivering the academic program in the COL at Home model. Optional small-group community-building activities will be scheduled on campus so that students can connect with each other and faculty. In addition, the School is planning to provide strength and conditioning activities on the back field for upper school students, on-campus learning opportunities for kindergarten and first grade students, and on-campus day care for Maret families with young children who do not have other child care options. As soon as it is safe to do so, we will phase in a hybrid model of instruction for kindergarten through twelfth grade.

    Learn More about Continuity of Learning (COL)