Production cast and crew of 22 entirely student-directed
There are many ways to stay connected to Lauralton! For information about any of the following, contact email@example.com.
Alumnae Gatherings: When you get together with former classmates, let us know! Use the hashtag #LifeAfterLH so we can share your photos. Also, please let us know if you're interested in hosting an alumnae gathering.
Reunion Weekend: Stay tuned for information about Reunion Weekend, September 22-23, 2018, celebrating class years ending in 3s and 8s and our Golden Girls Society.
Weddings: The 100-year-old Lauralton Hall Chapel is exclusively available for LH alumnae weddings.
Claven Award: The Claven Award is the highest distinction given by the school and is awarded biennially to exceptional women in recognition of their outstanding example, service and achievement. Stay tuned for the 2018 call for nominations for this lifetime achievement award, named in honor of Lauralton Hall's foundress Mother Mary Augustine Claven.
Hallmarks-Class Notes: Share your latest endeavors, career changes and successes, engagement/wedding/ baby announcements, and other news.
Update Your Profile: Provide your Lauralton Hall family with current contact, education, and career information. We are always looking for alumnae who have pursued a career in our students' fields of interest and may be willing to share their professional insight with our students.
Your ideas and comments are extremely valued. Please send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you missing your yearbook? We do have extras of most years, so let us know if you would like one. Alternatively, you are welcome to donate your yearbook to our library, as we are always looking to expand our collection.
Using State of Connecticut archaeological protocols, students in Lauralton Hall's new Science of Archaeology course will unearth, document and preserve the past.