Alumni

Give Back

There are many ways to give back to St. Andrew’s. From your time - volunteer to be a class correspondent or class agent - to treasure - supporting the Lion’s Fund, your involvement makes a difference for St. Andrew’s and an impact in our community.

We all benefit from the philanthropy of those who came before us. Our program, campus, and endowment are all the result of alumni, parents, and faculty who stretched their budgets and gave their time to give to future generations of St. Andrew’s students.

Volunteer

Class volunteers play a vital role in the alumni community. They are instrumental in keeping class members in contact with the school, with one another and in maintaining a vibrant school community. The Alumni Association is dedicated to serving St. Andrew's alums and giving back to our community. Join us in these efforts and be part of the pride!

Class Agent

Class Agents provide leadership for the fundraising efforts of his or her class each year, promoting participation and the importance of giving back:
  • By soliciting classmates through various forms of communication: letter/mail, email and social media
  • Participate in two phone-a-thons every fiscal year (can be done remotely)
  • Promote Reunion Giving


Class Correspondent

Serve as the liaison between St. Andrew’s and your classmates by keeping them engaged and fostering class connections:
  • By gathering information, news and pictures from your classmates for annual Online Alumni Magazine’s class notes section
  • By helping to promote alumni events, regional area events, alumni weekend, holiday party, etc.

Interested in helping? Please fill out this form or contact Madeline O'Brien at mobrien@saes.org.

Current Class Agents & Correspondence

We are seeking at least one person from each class for the role of Class Agent and Class Correspondent. Preferably, each class would have 3 Agents and 1 Correspondent. Alumni can also choose to take on both the Agent and Correspondent role. Please see below for your current class volunteers and THANK YOU to those that have already volunteered to help!

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  • 1983-1986

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 1987

    Tammy Stone
  • 1989

    Class Correspondent: Alex Portner
    *Class Agent needed
  • 1990

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 1991

    Class Correspondent: Stacy Smith
    *Class Agent needed
  • 1992-1997

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 1998

    Class Agent: Michael DiPaula-Coyle
    *Class Correspondent needed
  • 1999

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 2000

    Class Agent: Tom Taylor
    *Class Correspondent needed
  • 2001

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 2002

    Class Correspondent: Emily Williams
    Class Agent: Emily Williams
  • 2003

    *Agent and Correspondent needed
  • 2004

    Class Correspondent: Jake Wallace
    *Class Agent needed
  • 2005

    Class Correspondent: Madeline O'Brien
    Class Agent: Madeline O'Brien
  • 2006

    Larissa Levine

  • 2007

    Class Correspondent: Nora Goddard
    Class Agent: Nora Goddard
  • 2008

    Class Correspondent: Hannah Davis
    *Class Agent needed
  • 2009

    Sarah Fudge
  • 2010

    Alex Facciobene
  • 2011

    Annie Engelstad
  • 2012

    Zoe Atchinson
  • 2013

    Katie Jannotta
  • 2014-2016

    *Agent and Correspondent needed

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St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in preschool (Age 2) through grade 12, located in Potomac, Maryland.