Alumni weekend at williams

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Registering today ensures you don’t miss out on any of the festivities. Plus, early registration helps us plan better, making your experience smoother and more enjoyable. We sincerely look forward to welcoming you and your families back to The Williams School for a weekend filled with fun, connection, and memorable moments! Questions? Please reach out to Brian Mezzi, Director of Development and Alumni Engagement, at or (860) 439-5474.

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What you can expect

The Weekend Breakdown

Here is a breakdown of the scheduled activities for each of the days.

During your time at the Athletic Complex on Saturday, we’ll have fun activities for children to do led by our Student Ambassadors, food trucks, swag to purchase, and our Alumni Tent with refreshments.

Friday, April 26th

1:00 PM – Registration & Check-In

1:30 PM – Guided School Tours led by our Student Ambassadors

2:00 PM – Welcoming Address from our Head of School Mark Fader

2:30 PM – Spring Sports Pep Rally

3:30 PM – Focus Group Discussions

4:00 PM – Faculty Meet & Greet

5:00 PM – Spring Arts Exhibition

Evening – Dinners organized by your Class Agents or Fellow Alumni

Saturday, April 27th

9:00 AM – Buffet Breakfast on Campus

10:00 AM – Roam the Halls or join a Guided School Tour

11:00 AM – Spring Sports Day at the Williams Athletic Complex

11:00 AM – Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Wooster

1:00 PM – Williams Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

1:30 PM – Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Wooster

6 PM – Blues Bash & Auction Night at Saltwater Farm Vineyard


Evening – Dinners organized by your Class Agents or Fellow Alumni

Purchase Your Blues Bash Ticket!

2024 Williams Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee

Charlotte Gotfredson '09

Charlotte, known as “Gotty,” was an exceptional athlete at The Williams School, excelling in multiple sports, particularly lacrosse and hockey. She achieved remarkable success by breaking the school’s women’s lacrosse scoring record, previously held by Sofie Malinowski ’04. Despite facing devastating knee injuries and tearing her ACL at a recruiting camp before her senior year at Williams, Charlotte displayed incredible resilience and determination. She was a captain and team leader, guiding and inspiring her teammates on and off the field. Despite not having an ACL in one of her knees, Charlotte’s impressive lacrosse career at Williams reached its peak as she shattered the all-time scoring record, leaving a lasting legacy of excellence.

2024 Williams Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee

Robert Kenyon '90

Robbie, a standout athlete at Williams, holds the honor of being the first all-state soccer player from the school. His exceptional skills on the soccer field were evident, with his 52-goal season in 1989 standing as an impressive and dominant individual achievement in the history of Williams. Not only was he an outstanding player, but Robbie also served as a team Captain and undisputed leader, leading Williams soccer to a SENE Title and the New England Class D finals that season. During the mid-1980s, when Williams was still shaping its athletic identity, Robbie’s remarkable performance not only showcased his eye-popping statistics but also put the school on the map among New England independent schools. His contributions were exceptional, making him one of, if not the best, soccer player to have ever played for Williams, with numerous accolades, including all-league, all-state, and four-year lettering.