Get Involved

Get Involved

You are always welcome back at Westridge! We hope you will stay in touch and bolster our community by supporting and being a point of contact for Westridge students today. There are many ways to get involved as an alumna; you can network, reach out to friends, help find your classmates, and stay connected to the school through events and programs created specifically for you.

Westridge Connect

Similar to LinkedIn, but exclusive to the Westridge community, Westridge Connect allows alumnae to directly reach out to fellow alumnae, faculty and staff, and parents. The platform allows members to seek or share knowledge about colleges and universities, serve as mentors, post internships or jobs, inquire about careers, and more. The strength of Westridge Connect is in the scope of connections and outreach, and your participation will enhance the network.

Sign up for Westridge Connect

Class Representatives

Westridge’s Class Representative Program upholds a longstanding tradition of working with key representatives from each class to help maintain contact with classmates, plan reunions, and maintain support for girls’ education through the Westridge Annual Fund. Class representatives are the primary connection between the class they represent and are an integral part of keeping alumnae connected to Westridge.

If you are interested in becoming a class representative or need the contact information for your class representative, contact the Alumnae Office at alumnae@westridge.org.

Alumnae Book Club

The Westridge School Alumnae Readers invite you to join fellow alumnae for a monthly meeting of the minds! Remember, no matter where you are in the book, you’re always welcome to the book club meetings.

Alumnae Readers Book Club 2020-2021

Our recent meetings have taken place online from 7-9:30 pm via Zoom, and depending on interest, this may continue to be an option to bring readers together from near and far.

Wednesday, September 8
Finding Dorothy: A Novel by Elizabeth Letts
(Extra credit: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum)

Wednesday, November 11
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Wednesday, January 13
In-Flight Entertainment: Stories by Helen Simpson

Wednesday, March 10
How to be Both: A Novel by Ali Smith

Wednesday, May 19
Lessons in French: A Novel by Hilary Reyl ’85

Wednesday, July 14
Parisian Lives: Samuel Beckett, Simone de Beauvoir, and Me: A Memoir by Deirdre Bair

For further information, contact Barbara Davis Reynolds '72 at bwdr@pacbell.net or contact the Westridge Alumnae Office at 626.799.1053, ext. 244 or alumnae@westridge.org.

Surgere Magazine

Our alumnae magazine is a bi-annual publication meant to bring you up to date about school activities. In the winter we produce a special alumnae edition of Surgere, featuring your news, successes, adventures after graduation, and how you've maintained ties with Westridge across the years. 

To submit a Class Note, click below or email alumnae@westridge.org with your Class Note and/or photo for the next edition of Surgere.

Submit a Class Note

Click to read Surgere Winter 2020

Click here to read the Winter 2020 edition of Surgere magazine online!