June 2019

  • Jun
    1

    Class of '69 Jubilarian Reunion Weekend

    To celebrate their 50th Reunion, alumni from the Class of 1969 are invited to walk in Commencement Exercises on June 2. Their official reunion will take place during graduation weekend, Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 2.

    Reunion Weekend Schedule:
    Friday, May 31
    5:30 PM: Tour of School
    6:30 PMPresident's Reception and Dinner. 
    Reception in the Ruesch Cantwell Rotunda followed by dinner in The Arrupe Commons. Complimentary
     
    Saturday, June 1 
    Jim Payne will host the Class of '69 for cocktails and dinner at his home.  

    Sunday, June 2 
    8:30 AM: Class of '69 Mass celebrated by Gonzaga President, Father Stephen Planning, SJ, in Our Lady's Chapel.  Mass will be followed by a light breakfast
    10:15 AM: Commencement. The Jubilarians will lead the Class of 2019 into St. Al's to begin the commencement exercises.

    Click here for more information and to register to attend all or any of the scheduled events.
  • Baccalaureate Mass & Reception

    St. Aloysius Church
    The Baccalaureate Mass will be held in the Great Church of St. Aloysius. Dress for this Mass is coat and tie, and tickets are not required. 

    The Gonzaga Mothers' Club will host a reception for all members of the Class of 2019, their families and guests, and the Gonzaga faculty and staff in the Carmody Center immediately following the Mass. There will be a professional photographer available at the reception for family or classmate photographs. 
  • Jun
    2

    Class of '69 Jubilarian Reunion Weekend

    To celebrate their 50th Reunion, alumni from the Class of 1969 are invited to walk in Commencement Exercises on June 2. Their official reunion will take place during graduation weekend, Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 2.

    Reunion Weekend Schedule:
    Friday, May 31
    5:30 PM: Tour of School
    6:30 PMPresident's Reception and Dinner. 
    Reception in the Ruesch Cantwell Rotunda followed by dinner in The Arrupe Commons. Complimentary
     
    Saturday, June 1 
    Jim Payne will host the Class of '69 for cocktails and dinner at his home.  

    Sunday, June 2 
    8:30 AM: Class of '69 Mass celebrated by Gonzaga President, Father Stephen Planning, SJ, in Our Lady's Chapel.  Mass will be followed by a light breakfast
    10:15 AM: Commencement. The Jubilarians will lead the Class of 2019 into St. Al's to begin the commencement exercises.

    Click here for more information and to register to attend all or any of the scheduled events.
  • Commencement

    St. Aloysius Church
    The doors of St. Al's and the Sheehy Theater will open at 9:15am. Only ticket holders will be admitted. Ushers will be stationed at the main doors of St. Aloysius (i.e., the North Capitol Street doors) and in the theater lobby to help guide people to their seats.

    Graduates will receive six (6) tickets: two (2) reserved tickets and one (1) ticket for unreserved seating in St. Aloysius Church and three (3) reserved tickets in the Sheehy Theater. The tickets in the reserved section of the church and the theater will be for designated, specific seats.  Only ticket holders will be admitted to St. Aloysius Church and the Sheehy Theater for the commencement exercises. There is no need to arrive early to jockey for a seat, your seats are guaranteed.  
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  • Jun
    5

    New Mothers Luncheon

    Carmody Center - Gym - -
    Each spring, the GMC hosts a new mothers luncheon in honor of the moms and female guardians of all newly admitted students. It’s a wonderful opportunity for mothers of incoming students to get acquainted; meet the faculty, staff, and members of the Jesuit Community; and learn about athletics, clubs, and activities on Eye Street. 

    Starting at 11 a.m., you have an hour to mingle with other new moms, while visiting the Activities, Clubs and Athletics Expo and the school bookstore. Be sure to stop by the Gonzaga Mothers Club (GMC) table to learn about the GMC and become a member! Lunch will begin promptly at noon and will run until 2 p.m., with guest speakers to welcome you and share valuable insights, as you and your sons embark on a fabulous four years at Gonzaga.

    Parking is available (at no charge) in the Gonzaga garage, directly below the playing field (enter from First and Eye Streets NW). Once on campus, follow the purple and white balloons to the Carmody entrance. Look forward to seeing you!
  • Jun
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  • Jun
    17

    Basketball Camp - Session 1 (June 17-21)

    Carmody Center - Gym - -
    For ages 8-14 or rising 3rd to 8th graders.  Click here to register.

  • Gonzaga Wrestling Camp

    Wrestling Center
    For rising 3rd to 9th graders.  Click here to register.
  • Soccer Camp Begins

    Buchanan Field
    For rising 5th to 9th graders.  Click here to register.
  • Jun
    20

    WCAC Night with the Washington Nationals vs. the Philadelphia Phillies

    Nationals Park, First Street, SE, Washington, DC
    On Thursday, June 20, the Nationals are hosting their first WCAC night during the Nats/Phillies game at 7:05 pm. With the purchase of a special WCAC ticket, the first 1,000 Gonzaga fans will receive a limited edition hat with the the curly W Nationals logo on the front and the Gonzaga logo on the side.

    Gonzaga has reserved space at the Salt Line restaurant, which is right around the corner from the ballpark and owned by Gavin Coleman ‘96, for alumni to gather before the game. Come out and join us before the game, anytime after 4:30 PM.

    For every ticket sold, $5 will also be donated to the WCAC. This offer is open to anyone affiliated with the schools, not just students.  Click here to purchase your ticket through the Nationals website.  

    During checkout, you will be prompted to select which school's hat you would like to receive. The hats will be available for pickup the night of the game and the Nationals will email out additional information 24 hours prior to the game.
  • Jun
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  • Jun
    22

    Gonzaga Soccer Goalkeeper Camp

    Buchanan Field
    Two day camp for ages 9-15; grades 5th to 9th.  Click here to register
  • Jun
    24

    Basketball Camp - Session 2 (June 24-28)

    Carmody Center - Gym - -
    For ages 8-14 or rising 3rd to 8th graders.  Click here to register.
  • Lacrosse Camp Begins

    Buchanan Field
    For ages 8-15, or rising 3rd to 9th graders.  Click here to register.
  • Summer Learning Programs begin

    During the summer months, Gonzaga offers a wide array of academic programs and classes on campus, designed both for Gonzaga students as well as students from area high schools. For more information on course offerings, schedule, and directions on how to register click here.  Or feel free to contact Summer School Director Scott Waller at swaller@gonzaga.org with questions or for more information.

    FRESHMAN TRANSITION
    Gonzaga offers courses to students who will be entering the school as freshmen in August. Offering a "back to basics" approach, these workshop classes (in Reading, Study Skills, English and Mathematics) have been developed to ease the transition from eighth grade to high school and are taught by faculty who are selected for their patience, understanding, and humor. This year's program will take place from June 24 to July 19.

    SUMMER ENRICHMENT AND CREDIT REVIEW PROGRAMS
    Open to all DC area high school students, the Gonzaga Summer Enrichment & Credit Review programs allow students to enhance their skills in key subjects, prepare for college testing or applications, or review material in courses previously taken.
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