Welcome back to the Circle!
Groton School alumni number over 4,200 strong, and we represent one of the most active and generous groups from virtually any independent school or college, with more than 50 percent alumni participation each and every year.
The Groton School Alumni Association (GSAA) offers a lifetime of opportunity to remain engaged with one’s alma mater, formmates, and friends, and to become engaged with those you might not know yet. 
There are no dues to pay or required tasks to perform; rather, there are useful, fun, and interesting ways for alumni to choose to stay in touch as they see fit.

Each year, alumni participate in Groton life through financial supportGroton receptions, outings organized by the Groton Women’s Network, trips back to the Circle for Reunion, and through networking on the new Groton School Alumni App.
I encourage you to stay current with the latest Groton happenings on the Circle and beyond through the Quarterly, the Peabody Press, the News section of this site, and on social media (links below). Explore ways that you can help us prepare students for lives of character, learning, leadership, and service to others by giving to Groton.
I invite you to participate in the GSAA and hope to see you at one of our many alumni events, but if that is too long to wait or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Allison MacBride in the Alumni Office via email or at 978-448-7588.

Warm regards,
Andrea N. Picott ‘90 
Groton School Alumni Association President

Alumni Events

Groton School Alumni Association
Welcome Dinner for the Form of 2019
Dining Hall
Thursday, April 25, 2019
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Reunion Weekend 2019
May 10-12, 2019
Forms ending in 4's and 9's

Boston Reception
Ropes & Gray
Hosted by:
Mr. Peter Erichsen '74, Trustee
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

View more upcoming alumni events.

Groton School Alumni App

No matter where you live, you can use the Groton Alumni App to connect with your formmates, network with Groton alumni, and keep up to date with the latest Groton School and alumni news.

Learn more here or download from the App Store. 

Career Advisory Program

Perhaps you are starting a job search, exploring career fields, interested in a specific organization, or relocating. If so, the Groton School Alumni Career Advisory Program can help you establish professional contacts in your chosen field(s) and geographical area.

The Career Advisory Program listings are organized by geographic region and general professional fields and are kept in the Alumni Office at Groton. If you are interested in receiving a customized list of career advisors in your field or region of interest, please contact Allison MacBride in the Alumni Office at 978-448-7588.

Read more about Groton's Career Advisory Program.
Groton School is a diverse and intimate community devoted to inspiring lives of character, learning, leadership, and service.
Groton School is recognized as one of America's top boarding schools. It prepares students in grades 8-12 for the "active work of life."