Reunion Weekend

Save the Date for Reunion Weekend 2023

We look forward to next year’s reunion for the ’3’s and ’8’s classes–April 21-23, 2023.

Three Wonderful Reunion Weekends in 2021-22

Over the last two weekends in April, we welcomed more than 1,100 alumni and other guests to campus for two spectacular Reunion Weekends. We were blessed with wonderful weather that enabled everyone to enjoy Woodberry at its spring best. Highlights of the two weekends included:
A chapel service honoring Woodberry classmates who have died. You can read the sermon delivered by Headmaster Byron Hulsey '86 at this link.
The announcement during the first Reunion Weekend of three new scholarships to support tuition assistance, established by the Fiftieth Reunion classes of 1970, 1971, and 1972. See the next issue of the Woodberry Forest Magazine & Journal for more details about the class gifts.

A taste of Woodberry event featuring alumni food and drink (click here for a full list of alumni and parent products).
Five-stand shooting. Students on the skeet team, which is currently ranked No. 1 in Virginia, coached the visiting shooters.
Special Reunion Weekend beers from Lenny Boy Brewery honoring Bob Vasquez, John Reimers, and Paul Huber '68. The beers were made by Townes Mozer '06, pictured below with the faculty legends.
Last July, nearly 300 alumni returned to campus to reconnect with classmates and celebrate their fifth or tenth reunions. Friday night featured class parties at Robertson Lake and the Oval Garden of The Residence. Saturday included a moving memorial service in memory of classmates who have died, as well as a chance for alumni and their guests to explore campus before enjoying a celebratory evening gathering under a tent on Lummis Lawn.
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