Ever wondered what it was like to walk through the Hoosac School campus in the Winter time? Wait no more! A virtual 360 degree tour of campus (created by Google) is now available online. Take a stroll through the snow from your couch and see for yourself!
From the moment you walk through the doors as a student and for the remainder of your life, you are considered part of Hoosac's rich history and community. We take great pride in our loyal and growing network of Hoosac Alums.
As you look through our Alumni pages you will find many ways to connect or re-connect with the school and fellow classmates. We hope you will consider attending and supporting our regional alumni events, volunteering to become a Class Agent, "liking" the Hoosac School Facebook page or following us on Twitter. Throughout the year, alumni play an important role in Hoosac traditions such as Yule Log, class reunions, Graduation and the Bleeze Banquet.
Whether you're making a gift to Hoosac's Annual Fund, updating your address, submitting a class note or personal milestone for inclusion in Hoosac Today or networking professionally on the Hoosac LinkedIn group page, we hope you continue as an active member of our community. Should you need additional information or assistance our Alumni and Advancement offices are here to help.
The Boar's Head and Yule Log Pageant is one of the oldest and grandest traditions of Hoosac School. The annual production involves all of Hoosac's students and faculty in one way or another. This year, the Hoosac Community came together and enjoyed one of the best performances since 1892. See for yourself!
On Friday, December 15th alumni and trustees enjoyed an exciting reception prior to the performance which began with live music in Tibbits Mansion. Our very own Dr. Chris Fisher-Locchead was seen on the piano, playing both classical music and holiday songs alike.
Our guests reminisced, telling tales of old with their classmates from many years ago. Some even enjoyed the photo booth which featured a pair of beefeaters (as well as Hoosac School Trustee Jay Higle)!
And so another Boar's Head & Yule Log Pageant is in the books. We wish the entire Hoosac Community a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
In the spirit of Christmas, Hoosac Helps has supported "Things of My Very Own", a program that provides services and crisis intervention to children in the capital region.
On a Christmas tree in Tibbits Mansion each child's wish list tag was hung. Every wish was filled as Hoosac students, faculty and staff chose a tag with the age, gender, item of need and filled that wish by giving either donations or shopping for the child. Anyone wishing to help can go to the website - http://thingsofmyveryown.org/