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HCHSAA Marks 50 Years of Service with a Reception in Los Angeles!

HCHSAA hits the road and travels west! Join us as we mark 50 years of service to the students and alumnae/i of Hunter College High School with a kick-off reception in Los Angeles, California.

Our in-person event will be held at the home of alumna Paula Zagrecki ’84 in the …

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HCHSAA’s Diversity Committee observes Hispanic Heritage Month!

The HCHSAA Diversity Committee is excited to invite alumnae/i to share in its inaugural observance of Hispanic Heritage Month on Thursday, September 22 from 7-8pm ET! This year, we will host a virtual discussion of the book Kid Quixotes: A Group of Students, Their Teacher, and the One-Room School Where

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HCHSAA Celebrates 50 Years of Service to Hunter College High School Students and Alumnae/i

This year marks 50 years since the Hunter College High School Alumnae/i was established and incorporated.  Throughout the year, there will be opportunities for you to participate in the celebration, which will conclude with Reunion June 2023.  Some ways to participate include:

  • Attending both in-person and virtual events
  • Hosting an
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HCHSAA Announces New Directors and Amended By-Laws

HCHSAA is excited to announce that it has added eight new members to its Board of Directors and amended its By-Laws to clarify how membership is defined. Two new directors were appointed by the Board on May 17, 2022 to fill vacant seats in Class B and eight were elected …

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AlumNotes: Annual Report

In our Spring 2022 installment of AlumNotes, we present our Annual Report. Featured in this issue are updates and registration information for Reunion and the Annual Meeting, along with a summary of the work of the HCHSAA.

We invite you to join us as we plan to host Reunion

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Annual Meeting of Members: Ballot and Board Election Results

Thank you to all who participated! Over the next few days, we will be publishing additional details and statistics of the process. Some preliminary notable statistics include active participation by over 2,400 alums, registration to the Annual Meeting of over 220 alums, and in-person and proxy voting by nearly 1,500