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Crofton House School Alumnae

Crofton House graduates are part of a dynamic, strong and connected community of more than 4,500 women living around the world. Crofton House girls make friends for life. 

They are important members of the Crofton House community and our most powerful ambassadors. Our alumnae are confident, empowered women who accomplish extraordinary things and excel in far-reaching professions. They maintain lifelong friendships with each other and close ties to the School to mentor, volunteer, fundraise and attend events. 

Distinguished Alumnae Achievement Award

The Alumnae Association is pleased to award Jennifer Johnstone '78 this year's Distinguished Alumnae Achievement Award for her dedication and accomplishments in non-profit management and community resource development.

This award is presented to an alumna in recognition of her achievement in a particular field or industry and for her role in advancing women in leadership in society and/or workplace. 

Learn about Jennifer's amazing accomplishments.  
 

Alumnae Junior Achievement Award

The Alumnae Association is pleased to award this year's Alumnae Junior Achievement Award to  Emily Ma ’99 for her outstanding accomplishments in science, technology and engineering. 

This award is presented to a young alum, under 40 years of age, in recognition of her accomplishments in making a difference in the lives of others. 

Learn about Emily's amazing achievements.
 

Alumnae Lifetime Achievement Award

The Crofton House School Alumnae Association is pleased to award Ann Farris ’55 the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in expanding the roles of women during her career as a leader in arts management.

This award is presented to an alumna in recognition of her outstanding dedication and accomplishment toward her life’s work.

Learn about Ann's amazing accomplishments
 

“Getting involved with the Alumnae Association and the Crofton House Alumnae Program is a great way to remain connected with your school and classmates, give back to future generations of alumnae, network professionally and meet other dynamic and interesting women.” 

Lydia (McNeill) Vandenberg ’85 | Assistant Director, Advancement