Alumni Events

Stay Connected!

The coronavirus pandemic has put a temporary halt on our local and regional events, but that doesn't mean we can't socialize from our homes. Join your classmates for a virtual reunion during a happy hour or take a class, participate in a panel discussion, and more—all hosted by our alumni community. Check back often as new events are scheduled.

Do you have an idea for a session? Contact Director of Alumni Relations Jason Bershatsky for more information.

State of the School Address with Head of School Katie Titus P ’20, ’23
Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. ET

Presented in conjunction with Virtual Reunion Weekend programming

Join Head of School Katie Titus for a live Q&A forum to learn about the past academic year, the school’s response to COVID-19, and what the next 3-6 months will look like for Mercersburg. Submit your questions in advance via email to (The presentation will be shared via a link for you to watch in advance of the session—coming soon!)

History of Mercersburg Academy and Pandemics with School Archivist Doug Smith | May 26 | 8 p.m. ET

Join School Archivist Doug Smith P ’23, ’24 as he shares his research from the Mercersburg News and other publications of how Mercersburg Academy has faced the "wild storms" of global pandemics in its 127-year history. Please sign up here.

​​​​​​​COVID-19, Public Health Crisis with Dr. Dean Hosgood ’98 and Rachael Porter ’09 | May 27 | 8 p.m. ET

Dr. Dean Hosgood ’98, Associate Professor and Director of Global Health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Rachael Porter ’09, ORISE Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will lead a discussion about the public-health implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the long-term consequences. Please sign up here.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Tonya Rutherford ’90 and Selas Douglas ​​​​​​​| June 8 | 8 p.m. ET

Join Tonya Rutherford ’90, founding president of the Black Student Union, and Selas Douglas, director of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as they discuss themes from the documentary film The Prep School Negro. The film considers the story of its director, André Robert Lee, and explores the impact attending a prep school had on him and his family. Discussions will also explore how experiences for students of color at private institutions have shifted, or remained consistent, over the years. Please sign up here.

Reunion Weekend 2020

There are special virtual events planned; please register on the Reunion Weekend webpage.