As Hackley Alumni, we are grateful to the teachers and coaches who made a difference in our lives. Alumni and members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors can nominate faculty who served Hackley for at least 10 years as Honorary Alumnus/a candidates.
Click READ MORE to view the list of Honorary Alumni and learn how to nominate a teacher, coach, staff or administrator for th Honoary Alumnus/a Award.
Helen Erickson, former music teacher and Chair of the Performing Arts Department, will be inducted as Honorary Alumna during the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association on Alumni Day, October 3 beginning at 10 AM. Click below to read more about this legendary teacher.
Since we are not able to be together on the Hilltop on Alumni Day, current and former faculty members and coaches will be in Zoom chat rooms from 12:30 - 1:30 to catch up with alumni. Click read more to view the list.
We are setting up Zoom reunions for classes ending in 0 and 5 this year to enable classmates to gather and catch up with one another virtually. Special Reunion dinners are tentatively scheduled for Saturday, June 5.
For seven years now, Upper School Biology teacher Tessa Johnson has led nature hikes on Alumni Day, and every year, a core group of her attendees call themselves the “Art King Fan Club”-- alumni and faculty who raved about the teachings of retired science teacher Art King.
Hackley Review Winter 2017-18: By Margie McNaughton Ford ’85:On a spectacular, sunny fall day in October, generations of alumni from classes 1949 through 2013 returned to the Hilltop to celebrate milestone reunions, cheer on our varsity teams, tour the Walter C. Johnson Health and Wellness Center, and reconnect with one another as well as former and current faculty, staff and coaches.
The night before Alumni Day, faculty, students and parents gathered at the annual Dave Allison Memorial Soccer Game to honor and remember coach Dave Allison and to cheer on the Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team.
Hackley Perspectives: By Krysta Dudley ’01, Lower School Teacher: I often reflect on my four years spent in Hackley’s Upper School as some of the best years of my life. In fact, I loved my years as a student there so much, that I decided to return to the Hilltop to continue my career as an educator. A driving force behind my return was because Hackley was monumental in shaping me into the person that I am today.