For some alumni, Foote gave them more than a great education. It gave them a soulmate.
Roger Smith '75 has created one of the most innovative effects pedal companies in the music industry.
The new exhibit by artist Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh '54 has been 40,000 years in the making.
Nancy Curtis '50 was thrust into the role of rescuer when her son was captured by a group with ties to Al-Qaeda.
Karen Wylie Pryor '46 is a behavioral scientist who pioneered a kinder way to train animals.
Academic trailblazer Hanna Holborn Gray ’43 on how The Foote School lit the spark of her extraordinary journey in education.
Tom Brand ’88, founder of the Elm City Girls’ Choir and United Girls’ Choir, will receive the 2018 Alumni Achievement Award on Reunion Day.
All Foote alumni are welcome at gatherings throughout the year, including Reunion Day in May, when special celebrations are held for classes celebrating five- and 10-year anniversaries.