Villa Academy Alumni

Where are they now?

Class of 2009 Reunion

It was big smiles and hugs all around as the Class of 2009 and their families returned to Villa Academy for their 4 year reunion. We are so proud of all they’ve accomplished since graduating Villa and, as they head off to college this fall, we are confident in their continued success. Among the colleges and universities members of the Class of 2009 will be attending are: Stanford University, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame, Cornell University, New York University, Santa Clara University, Linfield Collge, Northeastern University, Souther Methodist University, University of Washington, USC, University of Arizona, UCLA, Scripps College, WSU, University of Alabama, Cal Poly, Azusa Pacific University, Pepperdine University, and Gonzaga University.

John Milroy, Kaki Hall, and Tom Hall

During the reunion, Head of School, John Milroy, presented the Angel of Villa statue in memory of Christine Hall, mother of 2009 graduate Kaki Hall. We were honored to have Kaki and her father, Tom, in attendance and all were touched by Tom’s inspiring words.

More photos, including those from the photo booth, will be available next week on the Villa Young Alumni Facebook Page.

 


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Alumni, Let us Hear From You!

Please take a moment to share with us the amazing things you’re doing. We’d love to hear about your life after Villa Academy, including education, career, and personal milestones.

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