We are swiftly approaching a momentous milestone in the school's history as we prepare to mark 100 years since Buckley was founded in 1923. In celebration of this anniversary, we are planning a number of festivities for our community of parents, students, alumni, faculty, past trustees, and friends of the school.

We hope many of you will join us for events on Long Island, especially our Centennial Gala Weekend, which will take place May 19-21, 2023! Return to this page for updates on all our Reunion and Gala Weekend events.

For more information, contact Marjorie Jean-Paul, Chief Community Engagement Officer, at
mjeanpaul@buckleycountryday.com, or ext. 2771.

We look forward to seeing you at the Reunion and Gala Weekend in 2023!

Our sincere appreciation goes out to all of our Centennial Celebration Committee members for their dedication to making this once-in-a-lifetime event a weekend to remember!

Centennial Celebration Committee
Edward Adler ’62, Nat Amritt, Suzette Bishop Shih ’98, Leilani Brown, Eric Bruenner ’63, Susan Camerata, Sean Collins, Mary Jo Collins, Kerry (McGivney) Connolly ’86, Natalie (Grace) Dejoux ’52, Jennifer Demopoulos, Valerie DiFebo, Joan Easton, Juliana Gilheany, Terry  Grace ’58, Leslie Gulbransen, Pamela Knell, Lewis "Lew" Lane ’62, Stallworth Larson ’55, Anne McGivney, Art Merovick, Maureen Miseo, Jane Odenweller ’51, Hatch Peffer '79, Jamie Pistilli, Kim Puccia, Karra Puccia ’09, Reanna Ramcharran, Tom Reid, Ann Reid, Patricia Russac, Julie Stevenson ’76, Matthew Stevenson '68, Nanette Stevenson '67, Paul Vambutas ‘82, Kelly (Reid) Walsh '91

Want to know more, volunteer, or join the Centennial Celebration Committee?
Reach out!

Holly O'Brien

Centennial Celebration Project Manager

hobrien@buckleycountryday.com, 516-234-6830

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