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Alumni

Making a difference across the globe.

San Domenico’s 173 year-old legacy includes more than 4,000 alumni.

SD alumni are stewards of SD’s past and invaluable contributors to the SD’s present and future. Our alumni are dedicated mentors to students and each other, and ambassadors to the world at large. 

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Alumni Reunion
Alumni Reunion
Alumni Reunion

2023-2024 Save the Dates

Dates subject to change, but mark your calendars! Please visit sandomenico.org/calendar for the latest info.

Alumni Events:
  • September 23 - Homecoming and Fall Alumni Open House
  • December 1 - Tableaux and Alumni Holiday Reception
  • December 8 - MS & US Alumni and Alumni Parent Cocktail Reception (Sausalito)
  • May 23 - Senior ROSE Project Showcase
  • May 3-4 - Alumni Reunion Weekend
Campus Events Alumni Are Invited and Welcome to Attend:
  • October 7 - Garden Fair
  • October 22 - VP Vivaldi Concert
  • November 15 - VP Fall Chamber Concert
  • March 3 - VP Winter Benefit Concert
  • April 17 - VP Spring Solo Concert
  • May 1 - VP Spring Chamber Concert
  • June 1 - Upper School Graduation

* Some alumni events TBD. We will let you know as soon as they are scheduled. Please email alums@sandomenico.org with any questions.

Upcoming Alumni Events

There are many ways to get involved with SD, no matter your age, stage in life, or geographic location. Our annual calendar of events includes a variety of activities that appeal to alumni young and old, those with children and those without.  

If you have not been back to San Domenico since you graduated, we encourage you to visit!

Alumni News

Discover the impact our SD Alumni are making in their communities and professions across the globe.

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Have some exciting news? We love sharing news stories, photos, videos, and special announcements about our graduates’ achievements and the many ways you are bettering the communities in which you live. 

Class Notes or In Memoriam? Let us know and we’ll be sure to include in our next issue of School Ties.


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You may also email us at alums@sandomenico.org with any of the above, or if you just want to say hi, and we’ll be in touch soon!

Join the San Domenico Alumni Career and Community Network 

San Domenico Alumni Career and Community Network is where SD Alumni unite to provide each other career and professional support. Whether it is to offer connections to service learning projects you are involved in (or ROSE project support!), internships, job postings, career advice, informational interviews, introductions, mentoring, resume reviews, and/or job shadowing opportunities - this is where SD Alumni can MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 
 
Join today and let's unite in our shared values and desire to give back! 

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Distinguished Alumni & Outstanding Young Alumni

The Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni are San Domenico graduates who continue to embody the San Domenico values of study, reflection, service, and community in their professional lives and service to the community. The Outstanding Young Alumni Award, first awarded in 2021, goes to an alum who graduated within the previous ten years. 

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2023 Outstanding Young Alumni Award

Julia Reinhard ‘18 

As a young high school student at SD, Julia already had a commanding presence and her lively and spirited nature inspired many to action. For this, and her positive impact since graduation, we are delighted to honor Julia Reinhard ’18 as this year’s Outstanding San Domenico Young Alumna.

Julia was a leader of the student body during her years at SD, beginning in Middle School. 
She served on the National Honor Society Board, led younger classmates during fall orientations, and was chosen by her classmates to represent Mary in the 2017 Christmas Tableaux.
 
After graduation, Julia wished to pursue a career in public service and chose to attend Dominican University of California, where she recognized the values of an intimate educational setting. In addition to excelling in the demanding academic courses she chose, Julia gained a college internship in Marin County Supervisor Katie Rice’s office and the County’s Public Information Office. Her successes in that assignment led to being selected as a Panetta Congressional Intern in Washington, D.C. for a semester. 
 
During her senior year in college, Julia was chosen by local Marinite Mary Sackett to be her Campaign Manager as she sought the County’s District 1 Supervisor’s position. Mary not only won her seat in a tight race, she also chose Julia to be one of her full-time aides. At Julia’s Dominican University Commencement Ceremony, she was named the Class of 2022’s Outstanding Student.
 
Julia’s current focus is to strengthen her skill set to be the best aide for Supervisor Sackett, with an eye toward earning a master’s degree in public policy.

Looking back over her time at San Domenico, Julia remarked, “I am most appreciative of the campus community spirit and the many excellent teachers I experienced at San Domenico.”

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2023 Distinguished Alumni Award

Amy Skewes-Cox ’71

Since graduating as an esteemed member of the Class of 1971, Amy Skewes-Cox has gifted San Domenico with her generosity as a supporter and devoted volunteer. From serving on the Master Planning and Facilities Committee (2014-present) to the Board of Trustees (2015-2021)—including three years as Board Chair—not to mention the honorary “Showed Up at the Most SD Events Ever” award for several years running! Shepherding the School during times of great transition, Amy’s expertise and wisdom have been invaluable and we are so thrilled to honor her with this year’s Distinguished Alumna award.

Amy credits her high school years for giving her the self-confidence and determination to make a difference in the world. She fondly recalls April 22, 1970—the first-ever Earth Day—when Amy inspired many of her peers to join her in celebrating the first large movement to improve environmental conditions around the globe. Soon afterward, she and her classmates began the first organic vegetable garden at San Domenico. “Visiting the Garden of Hope today, and seeing the huge array of solar panels embodying San Domenico's ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship, is always inspiring, heartening, and affirming,” Amy tells us. Amy’s commitment to environmental stewardship led to a bachelor of science degree in conservation of natural resources, and a master’s degree in landscape architecture/ environmental planning, both from UC Berkeley.

“The values learned from San Domenico are intricately interwoven with the lives we create for ourselves, and the impact we have on others. It's amazing to me that it's now been over 50 years since graduating and that we continue to celebrate Earth Day each spring; and that so many of my dear relationships are from SD. May we all join in celebration of the earth, close friends, those in need, and the value of following our hearts."
 
Amy continues to manage environmental and land-use planning projects, utilizing her 34+ years of experience working with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), to support organizations and causes she cares about. In her spare time, she writes short stories with an online writing class and pursues her interest in dyeing fabric with natural dyes and weaving. You’ll also still see Amy on campus for many events!

Interested in submitting a nomination? Each year, the Alumni Office receives nominations from the SD Alumni community, and the award recipients are honored at the annual Reunion Weekend. To nominate someone, please email alums@sandomenico.org with the person’s name and a brief explanation of why you believe they are deserving of the award.