The Madeira School presents alumnae awards each year during Reunion Weekend.
The Alumna Achievement Award recognizes an alumna whose vision, perseverance, determination and accomplishments have made significant contributions to a professional, educational or civic field. This award was established in 1991. Past recipients of the Alumna Achievement Award can be found here.
Madeira’s Young Alumna Award recognizes a young alumna* who embodies Lucy Madeira’s courage, vision and self-confidence. An alumna with exemplary accomplishments toward her professional, educational or civic fields of interest. This is a newly established award, created in 2014.
*A young alumna is defined as a Madeira student who has graduated within the last fifteen years.
Nominate an alumna for either award here.
All award nominations are confidential. An alumna may nominate herself and/or any other alumnae for the awards.
If you have any questions, please contact Holland Williams '83, Director of Alumnae & Parent Relations.
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Consider joining your Reunion Committee. It’s a great way to connect with classmates and help plan your Saturday night off-campus gathering. If your class year ends in a 8 or 3, then you have a milestone reunion, April 27-28, 2018.Contact Adria Black, Associate Director of Alumnae Relations