As an Allen-Stevenson alumnus, there are many ways to be involved. Whether you live in New York City or across the globe, you can support A-S by volunteering your time and support to enhance and strengthen our alumni network. Your involvement fuels Allen- Stevenson's future while honoring its esteemed history.

August 2019

How I See It
The summer is nearly over and, while I am still here working in my garden in Maine, I'm having thoughts of 78th Street and the new school year, my 51st.
This coming year, I will once again be teaching American History and helping to stage four plays. I am particularly excited to be directing Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor, for the first time. It's nearly all in prose and I'm finding it hard to cut.
I'm also looking forward to continuing to work with you all as your Alumni Liaison and hope to see many of you throughout the year. Stay tuned...
Fortiter et Recte!

Alumni News

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Upcoming Events

Saturday, August 17
Summer Social
Southampton, NY
Hosted by Aima Raza and Agha Khan P'24

Thursday, September 19
Headmaster's Circle Reception
The Colony Club
New York, NY
This event is kindly hosted by McCartney and Jay Wilkins P’25.

Wednesday, September 25
All School Picnic
Central Park
Rain Date: September 26

Friday, October 11
Founders Day
The Allen-Stevenson School

For more information about alumni events, please email

Show Your A-S Pride!

For gifts of $50 or more to the Annual Fund, we will send you an Allen-Stevenson t-shirt with our thanks! Indicate size (M, L, XL) in the comment section on the online giving form  or when you donate using Venmo.
Your gift goes directly to supporting the School, our boys, and all of the programs that make A-S special.

Alumni Office Contacts

Katy Duckworth-Schachter
Director of Development • 212-933-5214

Liz Roberts
Associate Director of Development and Alumni Relations  • 212-933-5238

Jen Ziplow
Special Events & Alumni Relations Associate • 212-933-5240

David Kersey h'98
Alumni Liaison • 212-933-5201

Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.