Elliott Dial will be the new head varsity football coach and Jed Stuart will be the new head boys varsity tennis coach.
Loomis Chaffee is a school where students welcome new challenges, push themselves to experience new things, and are taught and mentored by some of the best teachers in the country. Ours is a tight-knit community where individuality thrives; we encourage you to cultivate your own passions and talents knowing you'll be accepted and celebrated for who you are. More than anything we're a community that lives and learns with purpose. At Loomis you will develop the confidence to go out into the world, achieve your goals, and inspire the kind of positive change that makes life better for everyone.
Reunion 2017 brought more than 400 alumni, families, faculty, and friends to the Island for a weekend full of gatherings, celebrations, and fun for all June 16–18. The gatherings included members of Loomis Chaffee class years ending in 2's and 7's.
Faculty and staff gathered on June 8 to mark the end of the school year and to recognize some individuals for their dedication and service to the Loomis Chaffee community.
A team of students and faculty from Loomis Chaffee completed the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5K race in support of breast cancer awareness and research on June 3.
Eight students selected for this year's Norton Fellowship Program will embark upon their summer community engagement projects when classes end this month.