Wasatch Academy Alumni are part of a worldwide family connected through shared experiences, goals, and memories. Each year our alumni participate in Wasatch Academy life through volunteer efforts, attendance at regional gatherings, financial support, and the annual Founder’s Day event.
Founder’s Day is the biggest reunion of the year and is held on campus every April. If your class would like to have a reunion to coincide with this event, let us know and we can help organize it. We can also help with off-campus reunions by providing information about classmates from our database.
2018 Founder’s Day will celebrate the classes years that ending in 8 or 3.
60th Reunion- Class of 1958
50th Reunion – Class of 1968
25th Reunion – Class of 1993
10th Reunion – Class of 2008
5th Reunion – Class of 2013
Saturday morning we will have a special presentation titled “Utah’s Deep Past: What Archaeology can tell us about the last 13,000 years”
Wasatch Academy alumni live in all regions of the United States and many different countries. Stay connected through the following options:
Join one of the Wasatch Academy Facebook groups to keep up with the latest news from your classmates. Post pictures, share memories, arrange get-togethers! Look for Wasatch Academy Alumni and Wasatch Academy pages on Facebook, connect with us on LinkedIn, or watch live streams and other campus fun on our YouTube channel.
WASATCH ACADEMY MAGAZINE
This alumni magazine will be sent each fall bringing news of the campus, alumni and current student profiles, updates on classmates and former faculty and staff, athletic events, student service projects, and more. Make sure we have your mailing address so you can receive this yearly publication. You can update your information here.
Each year alumni donations to the Annual Fund help support our scholarship students, many of whom are from other countries and contribute greatly to our global campus community. We also have major capital projects that can be funded with your support, or you can plan a gift of your estate. No matter the amount or how you chose to participate, your gift strengthens your alma mater in many ways. Make a gift today.
Each year volunteers spend many hours organizing reunions, encouraging donations, helping with events, or speaking or performing at the school. Contact Nancy Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can get involved.