Form II students were treated to a special virtual meeting with General Mark Milley ’76, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and his wife, Hollyanne.
Dear Belmont Hill Alumni,
I am honored to serve as the School's newest Alumni President. Belmont Hill alumni are a vibrant, active group, engaging with the School through receptions, outings, reunion, networking, and visiting campus. There are many ways to get involved, and I urge you to attend an upcoming event.
The extraordinary loyalty and pride in our school that were so much a part of our Belmont Hill experience still thrive today. We remain at the top of the ISL in Alumni Fund participation year after year because we appreciate and savor the transformational education and opportunities we received in our years on the Hill. Our support helps future generations of Belmont Hill students to enjoy the same opportunities that have meant so much to us. You can follow this link to participate in the Alumni Fund.
Remember, as an alumnus you are always at home on the Belmont Hill campus, and I encourage you to visit the Alumni House team located at 19 Marsh Street across from the main entrance. They are always thrilled to see you.
Thank you for your interest and please contact me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to seeing you at a Belmont Hill event soon!
George Lynch ’88
Mark Chandler ’74 Discusses Timely Issues Facing Big Tech Companies
Dr. Rachel Levine '75 is President Joe Biden's pick to become the next Assistant Secretary of Health. She is currently serving as Pennsylvania Health Secretary and had been widely praised for directing the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking virtually to students during a School Meeting, accomplished musician Greg Dayton ’83 spoke to students about his new album, “Sailing for the Sun,” and the songwriting process. He also played two solo versions from the album, “Change Your Ways,” and “Catch Me Cryin’.
Field Yates '05 Speaks About his Work at ESPN During the Pandemic