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1940 to 1942 – 80th Reunion
1945 to 1947 – 75th Reunion
1950 to 1952 – 70th Reunion
1955 to 1957 – 65th Reunion
1960 to 1962 – 60th Reunion
1965 to 1967 – 55th Reunion
1970 to 1972 – 50th Reunion
1975 to 1977 – 45th Reunion
1980 to 1982 – 40th Reunion
1985 to 1987 – 35th Reunion
1990 to 1992 – 30th Reunion
1995 to 1997 – 25th Reunion
2000 to 2002 – 20th Reunion
2005 to 2007 – 15th Reunion
2010 to 2012 – 10th Reunion
2015 to 2017 – 5th Reunion

Harley’s Reunion gatherings have been on hiatus for the past two years, but from the looks of the June 17 and 18 weekend, they have been greatly missed. We had more than 200 guests which included alumni ranging from the class of 1952 all the way up to the class of 2019 and former and current faculty. Events, including several class-sponsored gatherings outside of the school itinerary made a robust weekend for reconnecting. In order to keep us safe and healthy, the majority of events were held outside in the big tent, and overall everyone in attendance felt safe and had a ball!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Reunion celebration.

If you are celebrating Reunion in 2023 (classes ending in 3 and 8), please get in touch with Karen Saludo at ksaludo@harleyschool.org so we can start planning for June 16 and 17, 2023.

Reunion 2022

1940 to 1942 – 80th Reunion
1945 to 1947 – 75th Reunion
1950 to 1952 – 70th Reunion
1955 to 1957 – 65th Reunion
1960 to 1962 – 60th Reunion
1965 to 1967 – 55th Reunion
1970 to 1972 – 50th Reunion
1975 to 1977 – 45th Reunion
1980 to 1982 – 40th Reunion
1985 to 1987 – 35th Reunion
1990 to 1992 – 30th Reunion
1995 to 1997 – 25th Reunion
2000 to 2002 – 20th Reunion
2005 to 2007 – 15th Reunion
2010 to 2012 – 10th Reunion
2015 to 2017 – 5th Reunion

Harley’s Reunion gatherings have been on hiatus for the past two years, but from the looks of the June 17 and 18 weekend, they have been greatly missed. We had more than 200 guests which included alumni ranging from the class of 1952 all the way up to the class of 2019 and former and current faculty. Events, including several class-sponsored gatherings outside of the school itinerary made a robust weekend for reconnecting. In order to keep us safe and healthy, the majority of events were held outside in the big tent, and overall everyone in attendance felt safe and had a ball!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Reunion celebration.

If you are celebrating Reunion in 2023 (classes ending in 3 and 8), please get in touch with Karen Saludo at ksaludo@harleyschool.org so we can start planning for June 16 and 17, 2023.

Harley’s Reunion gatherings have been on hiatus for the past two years, but from the looks of the June 17 and 18 weekend, they have been greatly missed. We had more than 200 guests which included alumni ranging from the class of 1952 all the way up to the class of 2019 and former and current faculty. Events, including several class-sponsored gatherings outside of the school itinerary made a robust weekend for reconnecting. In order to keep us safe and healthy, the majority of events were held outside in the big tent, and overall everyone in attendance felt safe and had a ball!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Reunion celebration.

If you are celebrating Reunion in 2023 (classes ending in 3 and 8), please get in touch with Karen Saludo at ksaludo@harleyschool.org so we can start planning for June 16 and 17, 2023.

1940 to 1942 – 80th Reunion
1945 to 1947 – 75th Reunion
1950 to 1952 – 70th Reunion
1955 to 1957 – 65th Reunion
1960 to 1962 – 60th Reunion
1965 to 1967 – 55th Reunion
1970 to 1972 – 50th Reunion
1975 to 1977 – 45th Reunion
1980 to 1982 – 40th Reunion
1985 to 1987 – 35th Reunion
1990 to 1992 – 30th Reunion
1995 to 1997 – 25th Reunion
2000 to 2002 – 20th Reunion
2005 to 2007 – 15th Reunion
2010 to 2012 – 10th Reunion
2015 to 2017 – 5th Reunion

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Reunion 2022

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Retirements and Fond Farewells

Letter from the Head of School

Letter from the Editor

Features

Central Work that Matters

Affinity Group Forms

Climate Crisis Curriculum

Citizen Scientists

Joy Moss: Storytelling Roots

In Every Issue

Class Notes

Diane Donniger Award

By the Numbers

From the Archives

What’s (Who’s) New at Harley

Divisional Highlights

Alumni Profile: Vandebroek

Alumni Profiles: Keller

HAC Athletics

2021 Lives of Great Purpose Awards

1000 Words

Commencement 2022

Reunion 2022

In Memoriam

Retirements and Fond Farewells