Members of the Class of 1968, your reunion is coming up on November 29, 2013 at Wampanoag Country Club. Members of the Class of 1983, your reunion will be September 14, 2013 at Wampanoag Country Club. Members of the Class of 1988, your reunion will be June 1, 2013 at the American Legion at 45 Raymond Rd. in West Hartford, CT. Other classes ending in 3 or 8, keep watching this page for updates on your reunion. They're in the process of being planned and dates will be posted as soon as they are available.
Grand Reunion '12, held on Sat., Apr. 28, 2012, in the Navin Cafeteria was a big hit! Click here for a slideshow of photos from the event.
The five-year reunion for the Class of '07 was held at Damon's Tavern in Hartford on Sat., June 2, from 7-9pm.
More than 150 alums from classes ending in 1 and 6 converged on Wampanoag Drive on Sat., Apr. 30, 2011 for Grand Reunion '11 -- another New England lobsterbake under a big white tent. Though the night air was cool, the mood inside the tent was festive and warm, as old friends reunited and reminisced. Click here to see a slideshow of photos from that evening, and here to visit the NWC Alumni Facebook page, where alums may have posted additional pictures and memories.
Grand Reunion '10 was also a huge success! The event began at 6pm on Sat., May 1, 2010, a gorgeous Spring evening, with cocktails and tours of the school. More than 200 alums from all across the country -- they came from as far away as Nebraska, Texas, and California -- chattered happily under a big white tent while dining on lobster, chicken, clams, and all the trimmings. Many had started the evening earlier at local restaurants -- and many others continued their reminiscing elsewhere, as well, after the Reunion formally ended at 10pm.
The Grand Reunion '09 was a smashing success. About 200 alums from classes ending in 4 or 9 converged on Wampanoag Drive on Saturday, May 2, 2009, for a joy-filled celebration of friendship and shared memories. The festivities began with a 5pm Mass celebrated in the school chapel by Rev. Lawrence Bock, followed by tours of the school and the first-ever New England clambake under a tent on the practice field near the Breen Art Center. Spectacular, picture-perfect weather helped to make the entire evening even more special.