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Alumni

Welcome Alumni!

Whether you graduated two years ago or 20 years ago, you are a cornerstone of our school’s success. We want to stay connected...

Send us an update when you change your email, phone or mailing address. This will help us to let you know about events, reunions and news that may interest you.

Refer a student! Send any names of students K-12 (or their parents) who you think would find EMS to be a good fit!

Volunteer! Let us know if you would like to speak in chapel, help with groundskeeping, serve on an alumni board, the board of trustees or help with events.

Make a gift to the school. We count on donations to make an EMS education accessible to all.

Use the button below to download a form if you need us to send your high school transcripts for any reason.

Attend homecoming. All are welcome!

Thank you!

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD

  • Caitlin Helmuth '05 Tice, President
  • Annette Loker '96, Secretary
Members at large:
  • Diana Suter '70 Berkshire
  • Kristen Blyer '02
  • Caroline Clymer '07
  • Ann Eberly '64
  • Brian Hess '89
  • Kelsey Miller '05
  • Virgil Miler '74
  • Eliot Swartz '01
  • Herb Weaver '75
  • Lauren Weaver '17
  • Andrew Zapanta '93
Staff:
  • Trisha Maust '95 Blosser
  • Andrea Schrock '82 Wenger

Alumni News

Refrigerator Magnet Reflections: A 50-Year Reunion

February 20, 2019

Editor’s note: This is the full version of an article published in part in the January 2019 issue of Today publication. As the print publication was going to press, editors learned of the passing of ’68 class member, Donald “Don” Good on Jan. 9. Read his obituary here. Fifty years after graduating from EMHS, the class of ‘68 gathered over homecoming weekend last October and pondered the passage of time with the help of Karla Showalter Souder’s ‘68 refrigerator magnets. Before we get to that…

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Give generously!

Alumni help us make an education at EMS possible for people from a variety of traditions and backgrounds. And that diversity creates a rich environment where students, faculty and staff learn to listen to and respect varied perspectives, and develop and articulate their own faith and values.

The cost of tuition covers only about 80% of the cost of a student’s year at EMS. Please consider how you might empower future leaders of integrity by gifts to the EMS Second Century Fund.

—Paul Leaman, Head of School

Paul Leaman

Paul Leaman
Head of School