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2023-2024 Alumni & Community Events

We hope to see you at these alumni* and community events this year. If applicable, registration pages will be linked when available. Be sure to check back for new events being added!

Interested in planning a social for your class? Please reach out to Katelyn Downing to help coordinate at kdowning@archer.org

*Denotes specific class year alumni events
As of 10/24/2023


15th: "Beyond the Walls" New York Alumni Social (Alumni 21+)


3rd - 4th: Upper School Musical "Mean Girls High School Version"
9th: Alumni Social in Los Angeles
15th: Fertility 101 Session led by Dr. Rachel Mandelbaum '08


8th - 9th: Middle School Play
"The Girls Who Swallowed a Cactus" 


4th: Alumni Back to School Day* 
(Class of 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023)
19th - 20th: Winter Concert
27th: "Glow & Grow" Sweat with Your Sisters


24th - 25th: Night of Dance


15th - 16th: Upper School Play


17th: Archer Film Festival - Register


3rd - 4th: Spring Concert
10th: The Archer Affair
16th: Alumni Networking Event
17th - 18th: Middle School Musical, "Willy Wonka Jr." - Buy Tickets
24th: Class of 2024 Graduation


1st: Bubbles, Blooms & Bites - Registration is Closed. Join the waitlist.
1st: Alumni Milestone Reunion*

(Class of 2004, 2009, 2014, and 2019) - Register
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