Welcome home

Miss Hall’s has been built, sustained, and guided by our alumnae. We’re glad you’re back.

Alumnae are vital not only to the history of Miss Hall’s, but also to our future. Our worldwide network of alumnae guides current students on their independent study projects, helps fellow graduates find new careers, contributes to the Annual Fund, and learns together throughout their lives.

They also tend to be leaders in their own communities, helping to improve their corner of the world for others.

Alumnae Weekends 2020 and 2021 will be celebrated together on May 14-16, 2021. This coming together of Miss Hall's graduates in classes ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6 will be all about connection, resilience, and emerging stronger.  Serious planning is underway.

Togetherness is more important than ever

Scenes from recent alumnae events


Be in touch!

Let your fellow alumnae know what’s been going on in your life by submitting the form below. We’ll share with your classmates and the Miss Hall’s community in the next issue of the magazine.

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Global Changemakers

Miss Hall's alumnae create change in the world! These are but a few of the inspiring women making a lasting difference in their life's work.

Summer school series

Summer 2020 featured our first virtual Summer School series, with four empowering gatherings requested by MHS alumnae eager to stay energized, learning, and connected to each other. This series was underwritten by the Lily Auchincloss Foundation.

We began in July doing qi gong with Lydia Wiston Haid ’89, and thereafter we learned about gender and race in photojournalism with Alissa Schapiro ’06, Expressive Arts Chair Sophie Lane ’96, MHS Dean of Equity and Inclusion Paula Lima Jones, and Andrea Zhang ’18.

We then “raced” with sailors and trustees Robin Brown Woods ’58, Alice Butler Burnham ’65, and Beth Welch Gustafson ’88 as we talked about the bold, all-female crew featured in the documentary Maiden.

The series concluded with a glorious tour of Trustee Emeritus Lee Auchincloss Link ’61's beautifully designed hillside garden in Sharon, CT. A recording of that tour is below. A huge thank you to our presenters and a gold star to all those who showed up for class.

Scenes from campus life