11:00 - 11:45 am | Panel Discussion with Shipley Alumni Council
Meet leadership members of the Shipley Alumni Council and learn about their time as Shipley students and their roles on the Council.
12:00 - 1:00 pm | State of the School with Michael G. Turner
Head of School Michael G. Turner will present the current state of Shipley and reflect on the Shipley experience during a pandemic.
1:30 - 2:15 pm | Panel Discussion & Reflections with Shipley Students
Listen to a panel of current Upper School students talk about their individual journeys at Shipley and what they’ve learned during this “year like no other.”
2:30 - 3:30 pm | Coffee with a Panel of Former Shipley Colleagues
Grab a cup of coffee and gather with former Shipley teachers as they talk about life after Shipley and give words of advice to Head of Upper School Margaret van Steenwyk as she prepares for her own life after Shipley.
4:00 - 4:45 pm | Shipley Alumni Affinity Group Meetings
Black Alumni Association
Calling all Black Alumni! Join us for a fun-filled-rapid-fire trivia game of Black Culture. Reconnect with former Black classmates and friends!
LGBTQ+ Alumni & Allies Association
Participate in this interactive session in which we discuss the experiences of LGBTQ+ alumni and the ways alumni can support the LGBTQ+ community at Shipley. All are welcome.
5:00 pm | Personal Development Series for Shipley Alumni – We Don’t Flourish in a Vacuum: How Well-Being and Success Are Interconnected With Our Communities
Join us for the sixth and final session of our personal development series. All alumni are welcome! There are no prerequisites for this event, and you can catch up on sessions 1-5, which will be available on demand. You can also catch up now in the Shipley Online Alumni Portal
Our happiness and success are deeply interconnected to the people we surround ourselves with and the health of the communities we’re a part of. As humans, we’re wired to belong, relate, connect, give, and be kind. Join Dr. Nick Holton, Shipley’s Associate Director of Positive Education, to learn about the difference between “small” (individual) potential and “big” (collective) potential, as well as some tangible tips for nurturing the relationships and communities of which you are a part.