Elmwood alumnae—affectionately known as “Old Girls”—represent an extraordinary network of women connected to each other and the school. Engaged in an incredible depth and breadth of pursuits and accomplishments these women share in common their appreciation for their time at Elmwood—the friendships they made, the opportunities they were exposed to and the support they were given. They credit Elmwood with igniting a lifelong love of learning, an understanding of their role on the global stage and the confidence to become great leaders.
Today’s “girls in green” benefit from this powerful affiliation as alumnae are very willing to connect with the girls offering advice, insight and guidance as they undertake their own journey.
Explore Elmwood yearbooks dating back to 1926.
If you are interested in getting involved we would love to hear from you.
Update: Toronto Alumnae Event
On Wednesday, May 22, we were thrilled to host 25 women from classes 1999 to 2018 for an alumnae reunion event in Toronto.
Meet our Alumnae
Judith (Maclaren) Caldwell '51
"Friendship to All"
Ally Brown '09
Making Her Mark in a Male Dominated Industry
Monique Dull '86
A Renaissance Woman with a Heart of Gold (and Green)