We are always happy when any of our 4,000 plus alumni come back to visit us!

Click here for a list of alumni-specific activities, as well as upcoming reunions.

Keep in Touch

Please e-mail us at with any name changes, changes of address or major milestones and accomplishments. We publish a Class Notes section in our annual glossy magazine, The Crusader.

Even more importantly, we hope you’ll “like” our Prout School Alumni Facebook page. You’ll be able to keep up to date on what’s happening at Prout and you may be able to reconnect with your biology lab partner from 1978!

Class Reunions

Please notify us if you’re planning a class reunion and we'll help you spread the word. We can also help with class lists and a donation of "Prout swag" for your event.

Prout Pride

Show the rest of the world your Prout Pride by ordering Prout polos, fleece jackets and hats on our Rokkitwear site.

Alumni Brick Walkway

The Prout School’s Alumni Plaza provides all Prout community members with the opportunity to purchase an engraved brick that will be a part of the plaza.  Bricks are $100 and may be purchased for any occasion: honoring an alumnus/alumna or recent graduates; honoring an entire class; or in memory of a classmate or teacher. Download an order form. The plaza surrounds the flagpole outside of the science wing, clearly visible from the front entrance.

Other Ways to Give

Honor a Prout teacher, coach or guidance counselor who inspired you or made a difference in your life by making a contribution to The Prout School in his or her honor or memory. Click here to make an online donation or click here to better understand the many ways in which you can support your alma mater.

The Prout School, originally an all-girls school, was founded by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion in 1966. On October 19, 2018 the newly-refurbished cross and tower at the center of the school was dedicated to these visionary women. At the dedication ceremony, Patricia Cote Gleason '76, presented a funny, memorable tribute to the founders of our school. Read it here