Class Secretaries Club House

Featured Class Secretaries

Courtney King (2010) - Courtney grew up in Toronto, Canada, then joined the rarified ranks of the West Coast (Los Angeles) before starting at Andover in 2007. At Andover, she was involved in Model UN and the Phillipian, and stage managed two plays for the theatre department alongside Kevin Heelan. Her favourite classes were Latin: Vergil, Middle Eastern Studies, and Renaissance Poetry. She graduated in the Class of 2010. Courtney attended the University of Southern California (USC) and Wesleyan University, before settling in at Columbia University in the School of General Studies, where she's now finishing her degree. She's backpacked through Southeast Asia, researched and taught English in India, and attended several high-level Women's Issues conferences. She loves hiking and reading and wearing her Andover knit headband all around New York City, where it never fails to stop fellow alums on the train. Most of all, she loves being the secretary of 2010 and getting to keep in touch with some of the most amazing people she's ever met all year long!

 

 Bill Seeley (1984) - Bill hails originally from Southport, Connecticut. He currently lives in Maine with his wife Christine and two children, Parker and Raines and teaches in the Philosophy Department at Bates College.


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Tips & Tricks

  • Submit photographs provided by classmates, particularly those featuring more than one member of the class.
  • Provide details about classmates participating directly with the Academy via Alumni Council, Non-Sibi projects, fund-raising, affinity groups, etc.
  • In the event of significant achievement or remembrance, the secretaries may devote an entire installment of their notes to one classmate.
  • For the purposes of the notes, anyone who attended Phillips Academy as a member of the class during any period Junior through Senior year is considered a classmate and need not have graduated with the class.
  • Secretaries may be asked to edit their submissions for length or content by the editor. Quotes from classmates should be edited only by redaction. Style is left to the discretion of the secretaries (first or third person, slang, etc.)
 

Photo Submission Guidelines

Andover magazine welcomes photos of alumni get-togethers for publication in the Class Notes section.  Class secretaries (or any alum) can send photographs to be published to the Class Notes editor, Jane Dornbusch, at jdornbusch@andover.edu Requirements for photos:
  • Include two or more alumni/ae in the photo
  • Be timely and current—not historic
  • Provide high-resolution photos suitable for printing—preferably taken by a camera, although many cell phones now take high-quality photos
  • Identify everyone in the photo
  • Let us know about the occasion: what, where, and when. Photos without IDs & other caption info cannot be used
  • Hard copies are also acceptable. We will attempt to return them, but can’t guarantee it.
 
 

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