Alumni Relations


Welcome, Alumni!

As a Nueva student, you experienced a transformative education, where you developed a deep appreciation for the relationships you made with your teachers and peers, and one where your creativity was nurtured and your curiosity ignited. The Nueva School Alumni Association (NSAA) is a diverse global community of over 2,000, and the bonds, memories and experiences transcend time.
 
The NSAA seeks to reach, serve and engage all alumni to foster a lifelong connection to Nueva, and we invite you to make your way home to the Hillsborough or San Mateo campuses any time! Throughout the year you can look forward to Alumni Reunion Weekend, local and regional alumni events, and the opportunity to join us for campus activities, athletic competitions, performances and recitals, and more. Be sure to also connect with the alumni association on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn
 
If you'd like to get more involved in supporting the work of the Alumni Association, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at alumni@nuevaschool.org or 650-350-4562.
 

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Alumni in Nueva News

A Nonbinary Perspective on Women’s History Month

For Women’s History Month, Max Richardson ‘20, who attends Reed College in Oregon, shares their thoughts on the month’s inclusion of nonbinary and other gender minority people. Max challenges us to expand our views of who should be recognized and uplifted during Women’s History Month. 

Spotlight: Former Kindergarten Teacher Patty Home

Many Nuevans first memories of school began in Patty Home's kindergarten class. Beginning her nearly-three decade tenure shortly after Nueva moved into the Crocker Mansion, Patty witnessed the growth and development of both her students and the Hillsborough campus.

With the assistance of her granddaughter, Charlotte, daughter of alumnus Todd Parker '76, Patty recently reminisced about her time as a Nueva educator from 1975 to 2001.

The Power of Student Agency

The invitation for Wednesday’s roundtable event “Divestment: The Million Dollar Question” noted, “In response to student activism, the Nueva Endowment Committee is considering the divestment of its holdings in fossil fuel companies for the first time.”

This was very exciting news for students because for at least the past four-to-five years, the student-run Nueva Divestment Team has been working to convince the Nueva Endowment Committee of the need to divest. 

Alumna Audrey Chin '19 Reflects on Nueva Athletics

Each year, a Nueva alum is asked to speak at the end-of-year athletics celebration and reflect on his or her time as a Nueva student-athlete and what he or she learned through involvement in our program. This year, we were honored to welcome back Audrey Chin '19, freshman at Harvard University and a member of the Harvard Women's Swimming and Diving Team. Audrey shared these reflections.

Fireside Chats Ignite Interesting Discussions

In the midst of the COVID-19 “new normal,” the popular Fireside Chat series has sparked many engaging discussions. Hillary Freeman, Jennifer Paull, Tanja Srebotnjak, Alegria Barclay, and Aron Walker took the lead a few months ago to provide the Nueva community with a relaxed forum to discuss some timely topics

Nueva Connection Challenge!

Chris Garber, eighth-grade Class of ’08, has launched the Nueva Connection Challenge! — a friendly competition to see which class can create the most new alumni connections. 

CONTACT THE ALUMNI OFFICE
 

Diana Chamorro

Director of Alumni Relations

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