You've made our history
In 1915, when a young teacher named Theodora Philpot moved into an empty Rockcliffe farmhouse and began teaching young children, thousands of girls and young women have passed through Elmwood’s halls, shaped by the school and in turn shaping it as well. As an Elmwood Old Girl, you are part of that history—in fact, you have made our history. And you have gone on to make your mark in communities around the globe.
So whether you’re halfway around the world or here in town, keep in touch and see what the “Girls in the ‘Wood” are up to now.
Ways to stay connected with Elmwood
- Join the Old Girls Association and build bridges between present students and grads.
- Attend Old Girls events and get reacquainted with old friends, classmates and Elmwood.
- Contribute to The Sundial, the official alumnae newsletter.
- Join the Old Girls Directory, find alumnae online, review and post class notes or update your bio.
- Read Old Girls profiles and find out what former classmates are up to.
- Give to Elmwood: Every donation, no matter the amount, will help make a difference for our students and their Elmwood experience.
- Connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn