Alumni

Parents of Alumni

CCES is a close knit community.  Likely you as parents of alumni have walked alongside your Alumni children when they were here for many years.  You created close bonds with other parents, teachers, and students while your child was a student.

Cavalier Classics is a CCES support organization that recognizes those bonds and close knit community.  Cavalier Classics serves to bring engagement and communication opportunities to keep you up to date and involved in the life of CCES.
Events this year feature:

November 1 - Cheer, Chat, and Cry
The parents of our newest Alumni return to CCES to catch up with one another and assemble care packages to be sent to our college freshman at their new homes.

November 9 - Sip and Sign
Cavalier Classic Members will gather to visit and jot a quick note to their fellow parents of alumni to support the CCES CavFund!

November 15 - The inaugural “Lifelong Learner Program”
Our first class will be led by Head of School David Padilla
Chilling Frost: An Exploration of One of America’s Least Understood Poets

When people think of Robert Frost, they often imagine a grandfatherly figure offering sage words of advice to generation after generation of hopeful youth. Ideally, that would be wonderful. In reality, however, Frost is one of the most honest, misunderstood, and—when necessary—dark poets of the twentieth century. Revisit some of the poems you thought you understood and explore the means by which readers can come to make sense of poetry in general. No experience necessary.

Spring of ‘23 - Spring Cocktail Party - Stay tuned for the date and location.
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