Stay connected with your Schenck School friends!


The Alumni Association hosts three annual events - the Social & Share in January for middle and high school alumni and parents, the Alumni Party for elementary through high school alumni and parents in April, and the Young Adult Alumni Party for alumni over 21 in the fall. To ensure you receive an invitation to alumni events, please email your contact information to 

Social & Share - Thursday, January, 23


Feeling overwhelmed at school? Tired? Burned out? Join us for an informative evening with Dr. Jennifer Foster and Dr. Maggie Wray presenting the impact of anxiety on the dyslexic brain.

Dr. Foster will discuss what is anxiety, how anxiety manifests itself, and tips to manage anxiety. 

Dr. Wray will discuss how to get started on a task and complete it, and how to understand the role anxiety plays in organization and time management.

This event is for middle and high school students, alumni parents, and guests.

Registration is required: seating is limited. 

Refreshments will be served.

Email for more information and questions. 

Auction & Gala - Saturday, February 22 - Special Alumni Ticket Pricing!

Tickets will be available for January.

Stay tuned for more information on this memoriable evening.

Auction 2019
Auction 2019
Auction 2019



Sporting Clays for Dyslexia is an annual volunteer event founded by alumnus John Curtis Fisher ('00) as a way to raise awareness of dyslexia and support The Dyslexia Resource and its partnership with The Schenck School. 

Sporting Clays for Dyslexia is a relaxed and fun clay competition held at the beautiful Blalock Lakes Sporting Club on Thursday, April 2. 



Alumni Party - Friday, April 24

Alumni girls at the April 2018 Alumni Party


Annual Alumni Party 2020

 Friday, April 24

 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Join us for Pero's pizza, fun activities, and lots of smiles!

Alumnus with Sharon Carmical
Alumni party welcome desk
Alumnus with Steve Shaw

Stay connected with The Schenck School! Please email your contact information to Alumni Coordinator Vicki Ahnrud.