Stay Connected


There are a variety of opportunities for alumni of all ages to remain part of the UCDS community after Moving On.

Keeping in Touch


Annual events include Moving On class reunions for 8th and 12th graders, special cocktail parties for adult alumni and a summer BBQ for alumni families. UCDS also hosts Alumni Parent Roundtable Luncheons and an Ultimate Day at a Seattle Cascades game, a great way to connect with family and friends!


Volunteer opportunities are available for any time commitment and any interest. Share your story, spend an evening volunteering at the auction, be a guest speaker for current UCDS students, or become a member of the Alumni Advisory Board. There are many ways to be involved!


UCDS values alumni as potential employees because they already understand our incredible and unique school culture. Whether you are interested in applying to the Resident Program or for a seasonal summer position, there are many employment options to consider. Learn more.


Our door is always open for alumni! Come visit and see your favorite teachers, engage with students on a Math Vitamin, or take a look at our evolving campus. You are always welcome!


Class of 2011 Alumni Reunion - December 2017

Alumni Opportunities


Save the date for upcoming events:
12/11/2019 – 12th Grade Reunion (Moving on Class of 2013)
4/15/2019 – 8th Grade Alumni Reunion (Moving on class of 2017)

Contact Assistant Development Director Marisa Ferche for more information.


Current volunteer opportunities:
Become an Alumni Advisory Board Member
Become a “Connector” for your Moving On class to help make sure your UCDS peers are in the know.

Email Alumni Advisory Board co-chairs Nate Benjamin or Rachel Leavitt-Baron to learn more.

Reach Out

Contact Development Director Elise Ricci to schedule a visit or to learn more about events and opportunities for alumni.

On Social

Alumni facebook: www.facebook.com/ucdsalumni
IG: @UCDS_Seattle
Twitter: @UCDS_Seattle

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