REUNION 2018 - Register Today!            
Two Weeks To Go! 
Join us for Reunion 2018

Register by May 24. Saturday dinner price goes up on May 25.
Friday, June 1 
Decades Luncheon
(primarily for all alums from 1940-1979)
Saturday, June 2 
Cocktail Reception and Dinner 
(primarily for the years ending 3 and 8) 

The 2018 Alumna Awards will be presented to Rebecca ROBERTSON'68 and Emily HINES'10 at the dinner.
Contact: Tanya Pimenoff
Upcoming Alum Branch Event
Halifax, NS  
An east coast reunion dinner for alums in and around Halifax.  
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
6:00 p.m.
Elements on Hollis
1181 Hollis Street, Halifax
RSVP by Friday, June 1  
Upcoming Campus Events
Keep Well the Woodlot
A school-wide event for students of all ages, parents, alums and employees.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Invasive Plant Weeding: 3:30 p.m.
Barbecue: 5:00 p.m.
to help with our planning.  
Our beautiful woodlot needs a spring cleanup. Training will be provided on site. Volunteer hours will be awarded to students, if needed.

Please bring gardening gloves
if you require them. 
Kids' Run for Nature 
Branksome teams with the World Wildlife Fund - Alum families welcome! 
Monday, June 4, 2018 
4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Branksome  

This run is open to Junior School students, our alums and their families, and students from Rose Avenue Public School and Whitney Public School. 
Branksome Hall Day Camps
2018 Branksome Hall Day Camps
Beginning Monday, June 18
For children ages 4 to 12
  • Camp sessions run for one or two weeks.
  • Camps operate from 9:00 to 4:00, with the option of purchasing the before and aftercare program.
  • All camp programs include recreational swimming.
  • For an additional cost, campers may also participate in the Red Cross Swim Kids Swimming Lessons.
  • View website for details.
Alums on Campus
Three Doctors, Three Stories 
Medical schools in Toronto, UK, Ireland 
On April 20, three alumnae from the class of 2005 - Julie GILMOUR, Emily McDONOUGH, and Erin WORNDL spoke to a panel of Grade 10 & 11 students about the path they each took from Branksome to medical school, and now, as practicing physicians in Toronto.
From left: Julie, teacher Edith Louie, Erin, teacher John Heder, and Emily.
Support Continues to Grow
Making a Remarkable Education Accessible
through the Alum Association Endowed Bursary Fund 

As an alum, you know the benefits of a Branksome education.

Our future world will value leaders who are innovative, entrepreneurial and global thinkers, and your support will ensure that current and future generations have an experience as special as your own.

Hundreds of alums have already contributed to date - putting this year on track to be one of our most impactful ever. Every gift, of every size, counts and makes a difference.

Let's keep this remarkable momentum going! Click here to donate online.