Posted by Charlene Pritzker on Friday, January 19, 2018
Getting ready to make meals for families at the Ronald McDonald House. View more photos.
On Monday, January 15, 2018, the Middle School celebrated "A Day On, Not a Day Off" to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy and call for service by completing six service projects, five of them with off-campus components. We have been doing this for nearly a decade.
Middle School students and parents met in the gym for a communal take-and-go breakfast and very short introductory program, before... Read More
Dr. Wayne Jonas, a career physician and healer, is a former member of Burgundy’s Board of Trustees; parent of alumni Chris '96, Maeba '98, and Emily (EJ) '03; and a guest speaker for American Indian education and activism. He is publishing a book on a new approach to injury, illness, and wellness. How Healing Works will be available January 9, and he will be reading from and signing copies of the book at the Politics & Prose at The Wharf in Southwest DC on January 11.
Posted by Charlene Pritzker on Friday, December 15, 2017
Students volunteers with the finished, wrapped baskets for Koinonia clients.
Photos by Charlene Pritzker.
Burgundy’s Middle School students and families participate in community service year-round, but this time of year offers some special opportunities.
Wrapping gifts for Wesley HousingOn Friday evening, December 8, a group of Middle School students, along with parents and alumna Nina Wilson ’17 wrapped presents for Wesley Housing. Wesley Housing distributes donated gifts to the families... Read More
Burgundy has recently engaged the services of The Design Channel, a Chevy Chase, Maryland-based research and marketing firm. The Design Channel was one of several firms that responded to a request for proposals. Investing in brand and marketing research, analysis, and consultation is an action included in our strategic plan, created after an extensive process last year including community-wide input and involvement. Focusing mostly on prospective families and members of the regional community,... Read More
We had healthy numbers for our fall 2017 Box Top collection, with 1,185 Box Tops sent in. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents, so that means with collection netted $118.50 for Burgundy’s annual giving fund, which supports professional development, program and instruction, and financial aid.
Box Top coordinator Meghan Semiao created a chart showing the collections for the last three years. She suggests we aim to match or beat our collection of March 2016, with highs from all classes for a... Read More
Friends from the Class of 1959
Tom Harris ’59 journeyed from Durango, Colorado, and Andy Kreutzer ’59 traveled from Athens, Ohio, to meet Jim Sanborn ’59, a resident of Old Town Alexandria, in late September. They toured the Burgundy campus, then met for dinner in Old Town at Taverna Cretekou, where they were joined by Carin Brown Kleiman ’59, her brother Rex Brown ’61, and Jim’s wife, Jae Ko.
The Class of 1972 had a reunion weekend October 13 and 14. The reunion started off with a lovely... Read More
Natalie Walker '05 performed as Sally in the score to Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York in October.
Congratulations to Sarah Kell '02 on her recent marriage to Ben Merriman. Sarah’s sister, Emily '04 officiated the wedding. Emily is an artist currently living in Portland, Oregon.
Iain Armitage, son of Lee Armitage '85 and renowned actor Euan Morton, is starring as Sheldon Cooper in the new series Young Sheldon.
Peter Devlin '14 was selected to be... Read More
Posted by Coach Ivana Bulirova on Friday, November 10, 2017
Burgundy's girls on their marks before a run.
Burgundy hosted seven schools and more than 150 runners for the cross country championship meet on November 1. Despite a number of injuries and sickness, Burgundy finished third, behind strong Alexandria Country Day School and Capitol Hill Day School teams. In the girls’ race two runners placed in the top 10: Caelan McCormack finished 2nd and Cassidy Calhoon finished 6th. In the boys’ race two runners placed in the top 10: Graham Haberl finished... Read More
Alumnus Richard Fitzhugh '58, in his Burgundy forever alumni t-shirt, attends a summer tour of the construction site, led by Head of School Jeff Sindler.
In the last several months, we've seen a lot of progress on the new Arts & Community Center and Campus Commons. Some alumni, alumni families, and former faculty and staff have joined us for "inside the fence" construction tours to see the spaces still under construction and imagine the amazing future that awaits our current students... Read More
Posted by Vini Schoene '73, BCWS Director on Friday, November 10, 2017
Thanks to the extended Burgundy Center for Wildlife Studies family! It was a grand reunion as always, with an offbeat trick-or-treat thrown in. We were mostly done before Afternoon Tea!
Afternoon Tea, Fall 2017Camp Alumni
School Alumni, Families, and Friends
Sanja and Matea Bebic (’14)
Chris and Thea (’14) Mills
Hugh (’78), Penelope and Gwen Morris
Fred Reiner (’68)
Charlie, Dae (’19) and Kayla (’23) Taylor
Current... Read More
Mark your calendar for the 2018 Fall Fair - Saturday, October 13! We hope to see you for the annual alumni photo at 1 p.m. Want to coordinate plans with other alumni? Contact Michele McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burgundy is a one-of-a-kind independent school for students age 4 through grade 8. We believe children learn best in an inclusive, creative, and nurturing environment that engages the whole child.
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Alexandria, VA 22303