First Posted: 2/11/2014
All alumni of the Wyoming Seminary Day/Lower School are invited to reunite for a Reunion Weekend Saturday, June 7 at the Forty Fort campus. The event is open to all who graduated from the school, originally named the Wilkes-Barre Day School.
In 1951, the Day School joined Wyoming Seminary to create the first and only independent school in the region that offered a continuous education from preschool through the twelfth grade. In 1980, the name was changed to Wyoming Seminary Lower School, to more clearly link the Forty Fort campus to the Upper School campus in Kingston as one institution.
The Reunion event will feature various activities, tours of the school building and a luncheon, as well as a reception and dinner at the Huntsville Golf Club.
For more information or to register, visit wyomingseminary.org/alumni/events.