Alumni President's Message

A Letter from the Alumni Association

I am excited to begin this year as the President of the Alumni Association Board of Governors. In these uncertain times, it is more important than ever to maintain the fabric of a strong alumni community.

A few weeks ago, we did just that, and held our first All Alumni Board Meeting virtually. Nearly 85 alumni joined us for an update from Head Master Holmgren and COVID-19 talks with Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer ’84 and Dr. Keith Flaherty ’83.

We remain committed to a connected alumni community and are thrilled to introduce an upcoming series of virtual talks covering a range of topics. You can learn more about our upcoming talks by visiting

I also want to extend a warm welcome to the graduating Class of 2020. As our newest alumni members, I look forward to your future accomplishments – I know there will be many, as yours is a class that has overcome an unconventional spring semester. I would encourage each of you to join Calvert Connect and engage with our vibrant community. 
Before closing, it is my great pleasure to introduce our recent additions to the Alumni Association Board of Governors for 2020-2021.  

Wendy Chapin Albert ’73 is a former Baltimore Realtor and Garrison Forest School graduate. She is also an alumna of Sweet Briar College and rode on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team. She has two daughters together with her husband, Tolly J. Albert, IV ’72.

Farrell Gregory ’18 is a rising junior at Loyola Blakefield. He attended Calvert from 5th age to 8th grade, graduating in 2018. He is currently involved in Loyola’s service and outreach initiatives and led their Polar Bear Plunge Team earlier this year.
Warmest regards,

Lexie Rich Mills ’90
President, Alumni Association

"My vivid memories of being a Calvert student provide a constant source of joy and gratitude, and being on the Alumni Board is a truly fulfilling way to stay connected to the school that gave me such a wonderful foundation."
Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.