Centennial Weekend is almost here! For a complete listing of the weekend's activities, please visit www.parkschool.net/centennialweekend. Read on for answers to questions you might have.
We can’t wait to welcome you to campus!
The only event that requires a ticket is Brown and White Night, on June 1. If you have already registered for the event, a name tag will be waiting for you upon your arrival, and that will serve as your ticket. If you are attending a 5-year reunion, the faculty and staff reception, or the board reception, your name tag can be picked up at that particular event. If you’re coming straight to Brown and White night, your name tag will be waiting for you at the registration tables in the lobby of the Athletic Center.
Please note that Brown & White Night is SOLD OUT. For questions please call Becky Lichtenstein at 410-339-7070 x4465
Parking will be available on campus, and there will be attendants to guide you to available spaces.
Pick up a printed program from the registration table in the front lobby for a campus map and schedule of events.
We have planned a variety of activities for Friday evening and Saturday, including campus tours, a performing arts showcase, athletics games, and a BBQ! Pre-registration for these activities has helped us to gauge numbers and plan accordingly, but is not required for you to attend. Feel free to join any of the events throughout the weekend! For a complete listing of these events, please visit www.parkschool.net/centennialweekend.
Registration for the Bus Tour is CLOSED. If you signed up, you have a spot! All other events remain open.
The Park pool will be open from 12:30 - 2:30 on Saturday. Bring the family for a swim or enjoy canoeing on our pond!
The Park classes that end in 3’s and 8’s are having their reunions on campus! If you’re a graduate from another year, we hope you’re coming to Brown and White night!
Friday, May 31 • 6pm
Blaustein Lecture Hall
From Druid Hill to Brooklandville: The Park School Century documents the first 100 years of progressive learning at Baltimore's celebrated nonsectarian private school. Since its founding in 1912, the Park School of Baltimore has encouraged its students to "learn to think" and to "challenge the status quo" in a nurturing environment of academic rigor. Through the living history accounts of alumni, faculty, past and present headmasters, and current students, this documentary chronicles Park's inclusive and groundbreaking ideals and educational practices.
Please join us for the premier of this historical documentary directed and produced by Park School's own Josh Rifkin '13.
It’s a community-wide celebration of Park’s 100 years. Please arrive at the Athletic Center at 7:00. Drinks and appetizers will be available as you catch up with friends (and meet new ones!). A program will begin at 7:30 as we are joined by our reunion classes. Following the program will be an incredible buffet dinner, great music, and celebratory beverages — all in a spectacular setting created by FEATS (Paul Wolman ‘73).
Wear brown and white! It’s a party (not a gala!), so dress accordingly, have some fun, and let’s celebrate the school we love!