The Alumnae Association holds several events throughout the year and endeavors to foster lifelong connections between Burke's graduates — and to strengthen their relationship to Burke's. 

In December 2019, we hosted our second annual Alumnae Holiday Celebration for alumnae and their partners, parents, and children in the new Campus Center. Guests enjoyed hot chocolate and festive music to celebrate the season while decorating cookies and donating toys to the SF Firefighters Toy Drive.

On January 23, we look forward to hosting our second expanded Alumni Cocktail Party with the alumni associations of Town School for Boys, Cathedral School for Boys, and The Hamlin School. Join us at Harper & Rye from 6-8pm—your first drink is on us! See a few photos from last year here

Our third annual Alumnae Mentorship Network Panel & Reception will take place on Wednesday, February 12. This inspiring evening will once again feature a terrific panel of a few incredible alumnae speakers and the opportunity for alumnae of all ages to connect, hear advice, and expand their networks. 

At the conclusion of each school year, we invite recent graduates back to campus for our annual Burke's & Beyond, a panel discussion with eighth graders about what lies ahead of them. 

We look forward to sharing the dates for our annual Alumnae Reunion Weekend soon—stay tuned!

For questions about upcoming alumnae events, please contact Associate Director of Advancement Diana Kaw at or 415.751.0187, ext. 231.

Reunion Weekend 2019

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Alumnae Reunion Weekend 2019
We enjoyed another beautiful luncheon event, thanks in large part to our incredible Luncheon Chair Aimee Fowler Carlson ’85. The Alumnae Luncheon at the Metropolitan Club kicked off with an Estate Planning Seminar with Danielle Broude Yokell ’96 providing food for thought (and mimosas!) for alumnae across generations. Attendees had the pleasure of hearing from our 2019 Distinguished Alumna Ebony Frelix ’91, the EVP and Chief Philanthropy Officer at On Saturday, alumnae and their families came back to campus to explore the new state-of-the-art Campus Center, go on student-led campus tours, and attend Faculty Seminars with Ms. Swope, Madame Wagner, Mr. Fleishhacker and Ms. Howland.
Congratulations to these reunion years — 1944 (75 years); 1949 (70 years); 1954 (celebrating 65 years); 1959 (60 years); 1964 (45 years); 1969 (50 years); 1974 (45 years); 1979/1979e (40 years); 1984 (35 years); 1989 (30 years); 1994 (25 years); 1999 (20 years); and 2004 (15 years).
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