Westridge has over 4,000 alumnae who celebrate its traditions and history. Alumnae are a part of the Westridge community for life and remain bonded by friendships and shared experiences, from white uniforms, to class rings, to Greeks & Romans.
Alumnae gifts are a meaningful acknowledgement of what Westridge has meant to them. These gifts reflect giving to all purposes: Annual Fund, Endowment, and Capital Funds. The continued support and dedication of Westridge alumnae help to make our school a truly unique and exceptional educational experience.
Contributions from alumnae are listed under class year and under their names alone. The support of spouses and family members that these gifts represent is sincerely appreciated.
A Tradition of Recognition
The Elizabeth Edmundson Herrick Bowl, awarded to the class with the highest percentage of participation in giving to Westridge, goes to the Class of 1945 and Class of 1947. Both classes earned 100 percent participation! Special thanks to Class Representatives Robin Knight Spear ‘45 and Polly Hunter Turpin ‘45, and reunion organizer Priscilla Dunn Flynn ’47.
The Nancy H. Owen Trophy, awarded to the class with the largest total dollar amount gift to Westridge goes to the Class of 1966, with total gifts of $11,970. Special thanks to Class Representative Ann Hazeltine Hyde.
The criteria for the Elizabeth Edmundson Herrick Bowl and Nancy H. Owen Trophy includes ALL giving to Westridge.
School gratefully acknowledges the many parents, alumnae, grandparents,
faculty, staff, and friends who generously contributed their money,
time, and effort to Westridge School during the 2011-2012 school year.
Every effort has been made to accurately list all contributions received
July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012. If, however, an error has been
made, please accept our apologies and notify the Advancement Office at
626.799.1053, ext. 252.