We all know that the Midland experience and Midland community transcend time and space. We lived our education at Midland, and know that it continues to be part of our lives today. This page is the spot to keep up with old friends and let your community know what you’re up to! Plan a visit, a reunion, or just stay in touch.
What’s going on in your life? Click here to submit a note to help your friends keep up with you.
Use this website as a way to stay connected to Midland; explore all the pages and compare your memories to today’s realities. Also, plan to attend one of the annual Midland alumni social gatherings held in cities around the USA—see the calendar section for current schedules and locations.
Plan a visit to Midland—a phone call or email announcing your intent to visit gives fair warning and provides a place for you at a meal or whatever is going on when you visit.
Midland helped you learn the importance of leaving the world better than you found it. Please be generous to the school in order that others may learn the same truths. Make a donation to the Annual Scholarship Fund, Kimpton-Schuyler Endowment, or the part of Midland that means the most to you!
Midland is always looking for families who will become part of the Midland community by sharing their children with the school. Please help make sure that your friends and acquaintances learn about Midland and how accessible and timely it is for today’s families.
Midland welcomes and treasures alumni/ae, whether from the Kerosene era or the Facebook era. Thanks for visiting, and we’ll see you soon!
John Martin '66
President, Midland Alumni Association
Phoebe Stokes '12, a participant in City Year in Little Rock, Arkansas, met and had a conversation with former President Bill Clinton on Friday, May 3.
April 12-13, during Midland's Spring Break, the Class of 1968 gathered at Midland for its 45th reunion.
Please join us Thursday, February 8, for a gathering of alumni/ae, parents and friends in San Francisco.