Montgomery School

Alumni

Welcome Back!

Whether your experience of Montgomery School includes the beautiful Main Line bricks and ivy campus, or the more recent rolling hills of the farm in Chester County, the heart of the school remains.

Also, many of the traditions continue, as do the basic values of our motto, "Veritas, Pietas, Caritas," or "Truth, Loyalty, and Compassion." You, our alumni, are the foundation of the institution and the ambassadors of what we hope to become. Please participate in the exciting growth and vitality that is, and remains, Montgomery School.

We hope that you will keep in touch with us, or contact us for the first time in years. We are anxious to hear from you. Please drop us a note, or send us an email to let us know what you are doing!

News

  • Paul Kelly '13 Becomes an Eagle Scout

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Paul Kelly ‘13 recently completed the requirements to become an Eagle Scout, as a member of Boy Scout Troop 127. On Saturday, June 21, 2014, Paul participated in a ceremony to celebrate his achievement. Paul (pictured here with his sister Jill ‘14) spent three months planning and building a handicap ramp at a local park for his final project. Only 4% of youth who join scouting earn this honor, and typically not until nearing high school graduation. Paul profiled the Boy Scouts of America for his Make a Difference project in 2013. Paul will be attending an engineering camp this summer.

  • Montgomery Donates Used Uniforms

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Thanks to the generosity of our community in contributing to the paddle raise at the Benefit this year, Mrs. Blair has been able to purchase new uniforms for all our sports teams. As a result, she was also able to donate 70 used uniforms to Globall Giving, a group that distributes uniforms and sports equipment to students in need.

  • Julie Baumeister Helps Save a Life

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Julie Baumeister, daughter of Patty Baumeister and former Montgomery student and employee, came to the aid of a runner during the recent Gary Papa Run and helped to save his life. 6ABC covered the incident, in which a runner collapsed on the course and was revived by Julie and others rushing to aid him. Julie is an RN at Jefferson University Hospital, and works in the cardio-vascular ICU. You can see the coverage of the incident here.

  • Josh Poole Shows his Talents at Solebury School

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Josh Poole '13 is making a splash at Solebury School where he played the part of Willard in their recent production of Footloose. Enjoy watching Josh in action via this video link. Josh's dance routine starts at minute 2:25.

  • Tucker Hughes '04 Is Head Designer

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Tucker Hughes ’04 graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA in Integrated Design. He is now the Head Designer for Matt Bernson, a boutique shoe line based in Tribeca where he oversees all product design, material selection and production. Look for his shoes in local stores such as Nordstroms and Anthropologie in this fall.

  • Rya Jones '14 Continues Work with YMWIC

    Posted on June 27, 2014

    Rya Jones’14 (pictured with her parents at the eighth grade dinner) has been selected to work with YMWIC Foundation Inc. Rya participated in their job shadowing program after school this year. She also completed a science fair project, and is now the president of YMWIC (Young Men and Women in Charge) whose mission is to increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) leaders who are economically disadvantaged or historically underrepresented through academic tutoring, mentoring and financial assistance programs. In addition, the organization plans to host the first annual Young Women summer STEM and Leadership camp in July 2014 at Immaculata University. Rya plans to study medicine in the future.

  • Enroll in ESF Camp at Montgomery

    Posted on June 5, 2014

    If you are looking for a quality camp experience for your child for this summer, consider ESF Camp at Montgomery. ESF offers programs for children ages 3-15: Mini-Camp, Day Camp, Sports Camp, and Senior Camp. Many Montgomery students attend ESF Camp at Montgomery. One to nine week options are available from June 16 - August 15. For more information call 610-827-1800.