On January 11, the Upper School hosted a very special Hemmeter Lecture event, a conversation with Stephen Colbert.
The MKA community is as diverse as it is united. Nowhere is that variety and continuity in evidence than among our graduates. In addition to being the link to MKA's heritage, our alumni are vital to the health of the school today and are the key to its future. We welcome your involvement, support, suggestions and feedback, and we invite you to join us whenever and wherever you can.
MKA archives department has provided this collection of yearbooks. The years that are not on this list are still being digitized and will be uploaded as they become available. To view the yearbooks that have been digitized, click here. We hope you enjoy this look into the history of our great school.
Any alumni who have lost contact with the school and would like to get back in touch, click HERE to reconnect. You can also get in touch with other alumni via our MKAConnect networking platform HERE. We miss you and hope these memories will bring us together again.
Through the years, MKA has lost contact with some of our alumni. Lost Alumni are considered ones for whom we have no current contact information. Can you help us find any of our lost alumni? MKA wants to stay in touch with all of its graduates. We have found that the best way to connect with our "lost" MKA alumni is through other alumni like you! Maybe you know the whereabouts of someone on the list, or maybe you're on the list? Click here to see the current list of MKA's 'lost' Alumni. If you can help us locate anyone on the list, please contact Debbie Allen in the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 509-7941.
You may also use the online "Alumni Contact Update Form" to notify us when your address changes or you have news to share with fellow alumni.
A great event filled with thought-provoking conversations and more.
Future Forward Campaign nears completion as construction begins on our Primary School Campus.