Class Notes 2019

A J Williams

1950–1979 Albert Williams-Myers ’58, professor emeritus of Black Studies at SUNY New Paltz, will be honored on May 4, 2019 at the Dr. AJ Williams-Myers African Roots Library. You can read more about the event here: Michael Brown ’63 is happily retired in Arizona and winding down his involvement with a consulting group, which works […]

The Professional Learning Community

A Nation at Hope

A short history of the research behind the kind of teacher collaboration that happens at Watkinson

Reunion Recap

reunion 2018

Reunion 2018 was a night to remember! It was a beautiful evening celebrating Watkinson alumni.  Three alumni were honored this year: Hope Lipp Hall ’88 won the Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award,  and Chris Brooke ’90 and Johann Smith ’05 were both inducted into Watkinson’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Hope Lipp Hall ’88 Hope is a […]

Scholastic Arts Award Winners

The Light of Winter

The Connecticut Regional Scholastic Awards program is a professionally juried event which recognizes only the best Connecticut student artwork. This year, a remarkable eleven Watkinson students won awards and honorable mentions.  Click an image to enlarge.  Grey Skies – Jack N. What Do You See – Angel T. Gabby & Justin – Celeste E. Panda […]

Long-Term Donor Partnerships

blooming trees

At a time of financial uncertainty for many, donors are stepping up to make great things happen.

Interdisciplinary By Structure

Many schools talk about interdisciplinary teaching. What’s different about it at Watkinson — and why has it become such a priority?

The Senior Year, Reimagined

senior year

Seniors are our most capable, ambitious students. Let’s design an experience worthy of them.

The Goal Areas of the Strategic Plan


“The Shape of Things to Come,” Watkinson’s five-year strategic plan, was published in 2016.