Frequently Asked Questions

List of 9 frequently asked questions.

  • Why should I attend Reunion?

    Have you ever wanted to go to the Head of School’s residence, or meet up with an old teacher or coach? Or do you have questions like: What do students learn today? What does campus look like now? What are my classmates up to? What are the students today like? Have all your questions answered and more by attending reunion weekend!
  • Where should I park and how much does it cost?

    Parking in the Cathedral garage will fill early on both Friday and Saturday mornings. The garage will close at 2:00 am on Friday and 11:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. In-and-out parking privileges are not available on either day. 
    On Friday, the garage will charge normal parking fees: $6 the first hour, $11 the second hour, $15 the third hour, $22 for 3+ hours, and a $7 flat rate after 4:00 pm. Validation for your parking ticket will be available at Registration in the Lower School Library from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm on Friday and Saturday. We will also have parking validation available at the Reunion Tent during the BBQ and at the Hearst reception desk until 10:00 pm; please validate no more than 15 minutes before your departure from the garage. (If you choose to leave the garage after 10:00 pm, you will need to pay the standard garage rate.) 

    On Saturday, the garage will charge an “Event Parking” rate: $10 CASH ONLY to enter the garage. The gate will be up as you exit. 
    Nearby Parking: Paid garage parking is available below the Giant grocery store at Cathedral Commons, off Wisconsin Avenue. (Enter from Macomb or Newark streets.) 
    Friday/Flower Mart Traffic: If you are attending Friday afternoon events (Kente Cloth Ceremony at 4:00 pm and Welcome Reception at 5:00 pm), we encourage you to plan extra time to drive and park.
  • Which classes are celebrating this year?

    NCS is excited to host all alumnae on the Close for Reunion! The milestone classes this year are 1948, 1953, 1958, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, and 2018.
  • How will I find my classmates on campus?

    When you check in, we will share what events alumnae from your class are attending. Prior to the weekend, check out the Who’s Coming section of the Reunion website and encourage your classmates to attend.
  • May I bring a guest?

    Yes! Registered guests are welcome to attend. When registering, be sure to provide the names of your guests.
  • If I need special accommodations (accessibility, dietary, etc.), who should I contact?

    Please add your requests to the registration page when you RSVP online. Staff will be in touch with any questions to make sure that your Reunion celebration meets your needs.
  • What COVID-19 policies and protocols are in place for Reunion?

    Masks are optional while on campus, and we encourage all in-person guests to be vaccinated for COVID-19 to help ensure our community remains safe.
  • If I am unable to attend in person, will events be live-streamed?

    Yes! We will be live-streaming some events for our Reunion alumnae who are unable to attend in person. Check the schedule for more details.
  • Why should I give to NCS in honor of my Reunion?

    Giving to NCS is a great way to support today’s students, reflect your class camaraderie and spirit, and honor the impact that NCS has had on your life. Whether you make your first gift this year or make a gift to honor your Reunion year, we are grateful for your support.