Alumni Events

Our World, Painted Blue and White

Allendale Columbia alumni are a worldwide community! As artists and athletes, entrepreneurs and educators, scholars and philanthropists, they are meeting the demands of global citizenship with skills developed in the classrooms of AC. 

If you are part of the AC alumni family, you enjoy a sense of community and caring the endures long after you leave. You share the remarkable legacy of an AC education--and you are AC's legacy, too.

Upcoming Events

List of 4 events.

  • Apr

    Block out the sun, but not the fun! Solar Eclipse Viewing

    Rochester will be in the path of a total solar eclipse for the first time since 1925. Join us to celebrate this once in a lifetime event at Allendale Columbia School’s beautiful campus! Family activities will include games, self-guided nature walk, and hands-on STEAM stations. Live-streaming viewing available in the event of cloudy skies.

    Click here to learn more & register!

    Admin Oversight: Shannon Baudo
    Coordinator:Teresa Parsons
    Location: Gannett Gym
  • May

    Strawberry Breakfast (No School) Rainbow Room Open 10-6

    Strawberry Breakfast is a long-standing Allendale Columbia tradition and features a short program honoring the seniors with dances, songs, and special ceremonies. This is followed by refreshments (including strawberries!) in the Dining Commons. All family members are invited to attend this event and many students are involved in the program. This year’s Strawberry Breakfast will take place in the AC courtyard from 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. on Friday, May 24th. There are no classes on this day, so there will be no buses, attendance, or classes and students should leave campus after the event. Little School is open.
  • Jun


    Commencement will be held on Sunday, June 9th at 1:00 p.m. in the Curtis Performance Center. You may park in the back parking lot and follow the sidewalk to the courtyard to the Dining Commons entrance. Students should arrive between 11:30 and 11:45 for photos. For those who are unable to attend in person, we hope you can view our ceremony virtually. You can view that at beginning at 1:00 p.m.
  • Jun

    Alumni Reunion Weekend

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Event Information

AC frequently hosts gatherings on campus, across the United States, and virtually. These events bring together alumni to reconnect, celebrate, network, and support the school.

If you are interested in attending or hosting an event, or if you have questions about an upcoming event, please email the Office of Advancement & Alumni Engagement at
Networking and Volunteering

AC provides so much more than an education---it offers a lifetime of personal and professional connections. Along with current students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends, alumni are a key part of the AC network.

AC relies on a strong network of alumni who give of their time to support the extraordinary AC experience. Volunteers help organize class reunions, participate in phonathons, serve as campus speakers, and much more.

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Gifts made each year to Allendale Columbia School provide students with critical resources and access to a transformative academic experience.

The generosity of the AC community can be seen our students' ability to succeed in college and in an ever-changing world. These students go on to serve and lead the communities in which they live.

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AC Alumni Board

The AC Alumni Board is a volunteer body with class representation from a variety of years. The mission of the Board is to partner with the Office of Advancement and Alumni Engagement to build and perpetuate an alumni community of support for the school.

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Contact Advancement and Alumni Engagement

Mailing Address:
Allendale Columbia School
Office of Advancement & Alumni Engagement
519 Allens Creek Road
Rochester, NY 14618
585-381-4560 (Main)
585-641-5232 (Direct)
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