Armstrong Alumni Newsletter
graduation 2017
Watch As We Walk On Our Way performed by Room 2 students and 8th grade girls at the Armstrong graduation last month.
Armstrong Class of 2017 -- What's Next?
8th graders at their Graduation Ceremony.
Cole Wilkins, a transitioning student, gave a speech at graduation.
On June 8, after a week of festivities 35 eighth grade students and 20 transition students were honored at the Armstrong Commencement Ceremony. 

The list below shows where our 8th graders are headed in the fall.  Good luck and come back to visit!

Aragon High School
Archbishop Riordan High School
Burlingame High School
Bishop Blanchet High School - Seattle, WA
Hillsdale High School
Junipero Serra High School
Kehillah Jewish High School
Los Gatos High School
Mercy High School - Burlingame
Mission High School
Mountain View High School
Notre Dame High School - Belmont
Notre Dame High School - San Jose
Mid-Peninsula High School
Palo Alto Prep
Sacred Heart Preparatory - Atherton
San Francisco School of the Arts
Sterne High School
Thomas Edison High School - Portland, OR
Urban High School
High School Class of 2017 -- 
Send Updates, please!!
We were so happy to see so many former Armstrong students at the Class of 2017 Reception in May.  

Many thanks to those of who have returned the Alumni Update form.

If you did not attend the reception or haven't had a chance to complete the Update Form yet, please click here to download a copy. We are so excited to keep track of you as you move on!

Forms can be scanned and emailed to 


or mailed to us at

Alumni
Charles Armstrong 
1405 Solana Drive
Belmont, CA 94002

or faxed to 650-591-3114

Here is some of what we have learned so far.

Ian Horning graduated from Sterne School in San Francisco and will be attending Beacon College in the fall, studying Hospitality or Anthrozoology.

Another Sterne graduate, Diana Kelly, plans to pursue her entrepreneurial dreams by opening a B&B and Salmon Fishing Tour business in Alaska.

Nathan Atkinson plans to study Mechanical Engineering at the Ross-Hulman Institute of Technology after graduating from Mountain View High School this spring.

Heading north to University of Puget Sound is Rylie Tong after studying at both Eagle Hill School and Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley after leaving Armstrong.

Notre Dame De Namur in Belmont will be the new home for Mercy High School graduate, Michelle Curran (see sidebar photo).
Dear Armstrong Alumni,

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Please help us by sharing this newsletter with friends, sending us news and updates and sharing updated email contact information at


Thank you.  

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

Community Picnic: 
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Time:  11:00 AM -1:00 PM
Location:  Armstrong campus
We will include a registration form with the next eNews.

Holiday Homecoming:
Friday, December 15, 2017
Time:  10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location:  Armstrong Campus
More details to follow.

Community Fundraiser:
Saturday, April 14, 2018
Time:  Evening
Location:  SportsHouse in Redwood City
Tickets will be on sale in early 2018. Stay tuned for more information.

Spring Musical Pizza Party:
Friday, May 11, 2018
Time:  6:00 to 7:00 PM
Location:  Bayside Performing Arts Center
More details will follow.

Class of 2018 Reception:  
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Time:   5:00 to 6:30 PM
Location:  Armstrong Campus
More details will follow.
Armstrong Updates
Anna Sandell, who attended Armstrong in 3rd and 4th grade from 2008 to 2010 is now at Nueva High School and according her mom, is "rocking academics" and founded the Nueva Kindness Club. Congratulations, Anna.

Thanks for the update!  

Let us know what is going on by emailing alumni@charlesarmstrong.org or  click here to send your updates!  
Armstrong Story
There has been a Curran sister at Armstrong for last 11 years.  When the youngest, Kayla, graduated in June, an era came to an end.  Here is a picture of the 3 sisters, Patricia (far left) is now at College of San Mateo, Michelle (middle) also graduated this spring ---- from Mercy High School, and Kayla, who will head to Mercy in the fall.

In addition, mom, Margie, has served as CAPSO President and a member of the Board of Trustees, and dad, Kevin, has been a Career Day speaker and both are tireless volunteers. We will miss you all!