Welcome Alumnae

Come Home

Reconnect with friends. Cheer for Blue and Gold. Inspire students. Mingle with MHS Trustees. Enjoy autumn in the beautiful Berkshires.
In its second year, we invite all MHS Alumnae to Come Home this fall.

Register here.

Childcare is provided.

Looking for lodging?

Email Lynelle Weaver, Manager of Alumnae Relations, or call 413-395-7066 with any questions. 

Friday, September 27
5:15 p.m. Volleyball v. Deerfield Academy
5:30 p.m. Registration, Linn Hall
6:00 p.m. Reception with Miss Hall’sTrustees, Linn Hall
7:00 p.m. Dinner with Miss Hall's Trustees, Linn Hall
8:30 p.m. Bonfire, Quad

Saturday, September 28

10:00 a.m. Registration, Front Hall, Main Building
10:30 a.m. Brunch with new Director of Equity and Inclusion Paula Lima-Jones
12:00 p.m. Alumnae Library: Conversations with students about gumption, pathways, and blazing trails, Terry H. Thompson '64 Wing, Main Building - Conversations between students and alumnae about gumption, pathways, and blazing trails.
1:30 p.m. Horizons Spotlight, Jeannie Norris Horizons Studio, Linn Hall - MHS students share fascinating research-based projects with alums who provide feedback and counsel on project development.  Director of Horizons Alison Basdekis will guide this interactive and valuable alumnae-student opportunity.
2:30 p.m. Brew and Gold Tailgate, Athletic Field
3:00 p.m. Soccer v. Millbrook School, Class of '57 Field 
3:30 p.m. Volleyball v. Berkshire School, Thatcher Family Gymnasium, Anne Meyer Cross Athletic Center

Last September, 125 alumnae, and friends gathered to celebrate the 120th birthday of Miss Hall’s.

The fall weather was glorious, and the highlight of the event—besides the countless hugs—was a conversation among Julia Heaton, retired Head Jeannie Norris, and three amazing young alumnae: Melissa Fares ’10, Alisha Malkani ’13, and Masha Jones Slavin ’07. The discussion, moderated by MHS Director of Horizons Alison Basdekis, was filmed by MHS student Celcie Tetteh '21.

Watch the panel discussion, view photos and read more from last year.

At 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 28, 2019, select MHS alums will come together as part of an “Alumnae Library,” a chance for young women and adult “readers” to ask questions about interesting pathways, careers, or identities.

Alumnae Library Participants

  • Marian Phelps Pawlick '44, P'77 - Travel writer
  • Ellen Holmes Maloney '57, P'81, GP'07 - Judge
  • Edie Stetson Yovu '67 - Educator/Therapist/Spiritual Adventurer
  • Nancy Gustafson Ault '73 - 5th Degree Blackbelt
  • Robin Peterson '89, P'22 - Air Force Colonel/Judge Advocate General
  • Yiyan Zhou ’91- Educator
  • Hannah Van Sickle '92, P'22 - Journalist
  • Kristin Luckenbill (daughter of MHS alumna Julie Luckenbill '67)  - Soccer Olympian
  • Kathleen Sagarin'08 - Scientist 
  • Rachel Ingram '09 - Actress, Writer, Director
  • Hope Ward, '11- Actor, Activist, Personal Trainer
More amazing “books” to be announced!

If you have an inspiring story to share and are interested in taking an active role as a “book,” email Alumnae Relations Manager Lynelle Weaver or call 413-395-7066.
492 Holmes Road Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone: (413) 443-6401

About us

Located in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts, Miss Hall's School is a private, college preparatory, boarding and day high school for girls grades 9-12.
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