Welcome Home, Cutthroats!
As a Sun Valley Community School graduate, you know well the unique culture and close connections that unite alumni of our school. You’ve known the magic of waking up in the wilderness with your class, of debating and collaborating in a small seminar with an inspiring faculty member, of performing on the stage, on the playing field, or in the Fishtank. We welcome you to connect again here with those memories and to share your adventures, offer your insight, and honor your experience.
From Here . . . Anywhere: ALUMNI profiles
Our alumni are making a difference across industries and around the world. Take a minute to read a few of the Alumni Spotlight articles we have featured in CS Magazine.
Sun Valley Community School definitely set me on a path to looking at the world through a lens of sustainability and environmental justice. It gave me the confidence and context to explore ideas of food and sustainability in my adult life.
Sarah Berman '07
As competition increases, it will be critical to have strong communication and soft skills if you want to succeed. With its focus on Senior Projects and Speeches, and outdoor trips that require teamwork, Sun Valley Community School does a great job at developing those skills.
Nina Tooley '94
- How did Sun Valley Community School impact your life?
- Who was that teacher who really inspired you?
- Which experiences still inform your life today?
As you reflect on your years as a Cutthroat, consider making a gift to honor the people and experiences that have been most meaningful to you.
Your donation will help ensure current and future students are provided the same exceptional academic, outdoor, and extracurricular experiences that have shaped your life.
I give because I believe in the wonderful traditions of the school. The Outdoor Program changed my life. The experiences I was shown as a student is worth passing down to my children and my children's children. Sun Valley Community School was and continues to be a tremendous influence on who I've become as a wife, a mother and a professional.
-Lauren Street ‘90