Events

Brooks School hosts numerous events throughout the year. Some events are here at Brooks, but others could be closer to you. Ensure that your directory profile is up-to-date with your most current contact information, so we can invite you to upcoming events in your area. If you have suggestions for an event or would like to help host an alumni gathering, please be in touch with our office via alumni@brooksschool.org.

AlumniEvents

The inaugural BIPOC Alumni Family Reunion - with Kelli Perkins '01, Summar Lyons '03 and Tayo Ajose '99 - is a time for Black and/or Latinx Brooks alumni from all classes to come together to celebrate our accomplishments since Brooks, highlight our excellence, provoke important conversations that impact(ed) the Brooks experience of BIPOC alum and students, and bring us all together in a meaningful way.

This event is part of our extended Alumni Weekend 2021 (May 11-15; virtually celebrating alumni in classes that end in 0s, 1s, 5s and 6s) but is open to all BIPOC alumni, not just those in reunion years. Register for the event to get the meeting link.

As part of our extended Alumni Weekend 2021 (May 11-15; virtually celebrating alumni in classes that end in 0s, 1s, 5s and 6s) Brooks graduates are invited to join one of three learning opportunities:

  • "Alone: Winslow Homer's masterpieces The Fog Warning and The Gulf Stream," taught by English faculty John Haile
  • "COVID-19: The Quest for Herd Immunity," taught by Science faculty Laura Hajdukiewicz P'15, P'17, P'19
  • "What Is Literature and Why Do We Like It?" taught by English faculty Dr. Nova Seals P'24.

Register to get the link, and see who's coming, on our Schedule of Virtual Events page.