Seventh Form

Welcome to the Seventh Form

Over the past 18 months, the ways for people to connect have changed dramatically. There is a desire to find familiarity in shared experiences. Westminster was able to gather alumni of all decades together virtually through class reunions as well as providing thoughtful programming when we were all stuck inside. The success of those events has inspired an idea we are calling the Seventh Form.  

The Seventh Form refers to alumni who have already celebrated their 50th Reunion. Over the next year you will hear about a series of virtual gatherings offered exclusively to members of the classes of 1939 through 1971. 

The goals of this program are to provide opportunities for you to make and renew connections within and across class years, find shared passions and interests, and learn with and from each other. Geography, health, or resources shouldn’t stop you from engaging with your friends and classmates. Nor should your experiences with the larger Westminster community be limited to every five years! 

These gatherings will happen online and members will be invited through email. If you haven’t received emails from the school about the program, we may not have your correct email address on file.  If you’d like to confirm, add or change what’s on file, please contact Jennifer Keyo through her contact info listed below.

We look forward to connecting!


Hunter Smith ‘68                   
Class Agent                        
Executive Committee of the Alumni Association

Jennifer Keyo
(860) 408-3039
Director of Planned Giving

Upcoming Events

Check back soon for new events.

Past Events

Lost History Class (Jan. 19, 2022)
Celebration of Friends (Nov. 17-18, 2021)
The Seventh Form with Elaine White

Contact Us

995 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, Connecticut 06070

P. (860) 408-3000
F. (860) 408 3001
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