Susannah went from Toddler at Aidan, to Rice University graduate, to successful Shakespeare scholar, player, writer, and director. She started reciting from the Bard right here, in the Elementary Program, and credits Aidan with teaching her to be "an independently minded person." Learn more about her journey and her show at Fringe this summer here!
Whether you graduated from our Upper Elementary Program or attended Aidan for only a few years, you are important to us and will always be considered part of the Aidan Alumni community!
Aidan Alumni provide a vital link to our school’s history and are a reminder of our school’s longtime dedication to the Montessori method of teaching. We hope that you will take one of these opportunities to get involved at Aidan and to demonstrate your connection to our school:
- Come back to Aidan for a visit in your favorite classroom or be part of an Alumni panel to talk about your experience at Aidan and after.
- Volunteer to help the Advancement Office locate your classmates or organize a class or regional reunion of Aidan Alumni.
- Donate items, attend, or volunteer for our Annual Auction for Financial Aid or attend one of our annual events like the Spring Musical or Graduation.
- Make a gift to Annual Giving to help support all of the things that were part of your Montessori education at Aidan.
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you around Aidan soon!
Alexandra enjoys dreaming of pools of jello, volunteering at animal shelters, dropping eggs, and grizzly walruses, as interviewer-classmate Owen learns.
Owen discusses a detailed vision of his future (which includes watching birds), air saxophone regrets, and superheroes with his classmate Alan.
Alan talks about North Korea, being a role model, and that time Parker started dancing. Classmate Finn interviews.
Finn discusses middle school, desert islands, and traveling into a book with classmate Lucy.
Congratulations to our 2018 graduates. Here, you can view photos of the event and How They Grow, Aidan's traditional Commencement video.
From Spanish this month, Senora Lopez reports that Primary children are learning about colors, Elementary children are creating works for display on the Evening of the Arts, and an Aidan alumna who studied Spanish here recently starred in a play at the Gala Hispanic Theater.
The Musical has come and gone for another year. Here, please read our thanks for and look at our photos of an exceptional production!
Congratulations to Lisa-Anne Barrow, Aidan graduate and star Division 1 athlete! She has just been recognized by Mountain West as Women's Field Athlete of the Week.