In the summer before her junior year, avid volunteer Cate Brown ’18 was looking for a way to continue to engage in service through her summer vacation. Her quest brought her to Rustic Pathways, a program that organizes service trips for high school students. In June 2016, Brown, along with a group of volunteers, headed to Tanzania to research and implement ways to positively impact the environment and surrounding Tanzanian communities, including Moshi and Makiba.
This portion of our website has been created to help keep you in touch with your classmates as well as the school today. Newton Country Day is proud to have nearly 2,000 alumnae around the world, each of whom is a testament to the school’s educational mission and Sacred Heart philosophy. Sharing your story, attending events, connecting with classmates, visiting the school, and volunteering with our students are some of the many ways we hope you’ll stay in touch. Please explore our the alumnae portion of the website and don’t hesitate to reach out to the Alumnae Office. We look forward to connecting with you!