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Alumni
Proctor Academy alumni have a special bond that continues throughout the years after graduation. Our alumni network is active and engaged.
Proctor's 5,000 alumni live around the globe, and while their time in Andover spans generations, their shared experiences living an unwavering educational mission creates a lifelong connection to Proctor. The Proctor Academy Alumni Association seeks to connect alumni with each other through network receptions, a mentoring program, regional events, and increased attendance at Alumni Reunion each year. The PAAA also works to connect alumni with current students through engagement in Project Period, Senior Project, and guest visits in academic courses. Learn more about joining the PAAA below!

Proctor Academy Alumni Association Leaders

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  • Walter Perry ’73 | PAAA President

    I am a small business owner that provides management services to nonprofit organizations. Engagement around a mission creates a vibrant organization. We are going to continue creating a vibrant Proctor Academy Alumni Association by providing many opportunities for alumni engagement.
  • Ryan Bowse ’93 | PAAA Vice President

    I am a father of two young boys, married to fellow PA alum Cassie Heaton Bowse ‘96 and we call San Francisco, CA home. In my professional life, I am the VP of Sales and Marketing for Ravenna Solutions, an educational technology software company. I am honored and ecstatic to be part of the Proctor Academy Alumni Association. While serving, it is my goal to help foster lasting relationships between alumni, the school and the larger community. Over the next several months I look forward to connecting with the larger alumni community and hearing their individual stories.
  • Marissa Ray ’08 | PAAA Secretary

    I am a middle school Language teacher at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Massachusetts, along with a few other Proctor Alumni.  I recently received my Masters in Special Education - Moderate Disabilities in August of 2016. I am so happy to give back to Proctor by being a part of the Proctor Academy Alumni Association. I hope to see the PAAA flourish into a strong Alumni Association which is eager to keep all the alumni fully connected.

GET BACK TO CAMPUS

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  • GUEST LECTURING

    Share your expertise with our students by visiting classes. Learn more!
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  • PROJECT PERIOD

    Learn how you can share your passions through getting involved with Project Period!
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  • SENIOR PROJECTS

    Have you considered mentoring a current student through Senior Project? 
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REUNION COMMITTEE

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  • CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMMING

    We want your reunion to be as unique as you are. Help us plan Reunion!
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  • INCLUDE A NETWORKING ELEMENT

    Reunion is the largest Proctor networking event of the year. Let's make it even better!
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  • SUNDAY MORNING MEETING

    The Proctor Academy Alumni Association will meet formally once a year. What better time than Reunion! 
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CONNECTING ALUMS

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  • MENTORING PROGRAM

    Mentoring relationships are essential for young alumni development. Get involved!
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  • NETWORKING RECEPTIONS

    Our Proctor network is expansive, you should use it! 
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  • "TED TALK" STYLE GATHERINGS

    Want to share your ideas with your fellow alumni? 
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PROCTOR EVENTS

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  • REGIONAL PAAA CHAIRS

    Do you love Proctor and love hosting events? Read more!
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  • REGIONAL PAAA CHAPTERS

    Do you want to connect with other Proctor alumni in your local area?
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Located in  Andover, NH,  Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 912. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
204 Main Street  .  PO Box 500  .  Andover, NH 03216
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