As a unique, independent academy, Pinkerton Academy's mission is to strive to ensure the growth of all students in a challenging, respectful, and collaborative environment. The Academy fosters a student-centered community with purposefully designed, interactive and relevant learning opportunities.

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Our goal is to provide our 26,000+ Pinkerton Academy alumni around the country and world opportunities to reconnect with their classmates and friends, stay up to date on the latest news from campus, and foster alumni involvement in the Academy. 

Please explore this section of the website, make use of all the great alumni resources available, and remember to send us updates - we love hearing about all the great things our alumni are doing. Next time you're in Derry, be sure to drop by and visit us here on campus in the Alumni Center.

Have questions? Contact the Alumni Director Anne Parker at 603-437-5217 or join our Facebook Page

2018 Pinkerton Academy Hall of Fame Nominations

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Florida Reunion - Multi-class reunion at Dr. P. Phillips Community Park, Orlando, FL: Sunday March 4, 2018 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Questions? Call the Alumni Center at 603-437-5217.

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The Mission of Pinkerton's Alumni Association

The Pinkerton Academy Alumni Association shall support the educational and extracurricular programs of Pinkerton Academy by:

  • Fostering a spirit of loyalty among trustees, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends,
  • Developing a healthy school spirit based on the history and traditions of the Academy, and 
  • Achieving a unity of purpose among alumni to provide financial support for Academy programs and projects.

Anne Massa Parker '86, Director of Alumni Relations

Executive Officers
Ron Gagnon '64, President
Michael Pelletier '72, Vice President
Susan Foucher '85, Treasurer
John Breda '96, Secretary
Past President: George Tsetsilas '57, Richard West '59
Directors: Gayle Emerson Gagnon '65, Lani Buskey '98, Patty Millsaps Blair '79, Nancy Gilbert Ek '57, Nancy DeLuca Sweeney '87, Jennifer Brown '97, Sue LaGree '84, Ellen Massa Cabral '92, Adam Mead '04, Bill Lonergan '80, Cheryl Pelletier Paiva '90, Dennis Burdick '65, Michael Holm '82, James Sullivan '60, Michelle Lafond Stock '91, Lorrie Burdick Belinsky '75, Mark Mastromarino '79, Abigail White '15
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Each year through your contributions, the Alumni Association is able to support a variety of activities, projects and services that enhance the lives of students and alumni alike. Pinkerton Academy is a 501 3(c) non-profit organization and your gift donations to the Alumni Association are 100% tax deductible.

Donations can be mailed to Pinkerton Academy

Alumni Center, 5 Pinkerton St. Derry, NH 03038. 

Your Donation Makes a Difference!

The Alumni Association supports many projects and programs that benefit both alumni and students alike.We appreciate your support in the ways, causes or formats that work best for you. If you do not find them in the choices below, please contact our Alumni Director, Anne Massa Parker '86 at [email protected]

Description of Funds
Alumni Building Fund - The Alumni Building Fund supports the Old Academy Building, now the Alumni Center, which is the original schoolhouse built in 1814, and other building maintenance projects determined by the Alumni Association. Featured glass negatives, made into prints, taken by former Headmaster Edward Angell, are now on display at the Alumni Center. The archives are managed through this office by Mark Mastromarino '79. 

Alumnus Fund - The Alumnus Fund allows the Alumnus magazine to be printed and mailed to our 25,000+ alumni, free of charge, three times a year. 

Alumni Association Fund - Donations to this fund are unrestricted and can be used by the Alumni Association at their discretion. This fund helps pay for the many projects undertaken by the association each year providing student support as well as meeting both the needs of the academy and our many alumni. The Association provides money to the Academy's Homeless fund each December and annually gives four $250grants to deserving Pinkerton Clubs and Organizations.

Campaign for Excellence - Monies earmarked for this fund are managed by the Trustees and help bolster the Academy's endowment for projects that fall outside of the operating budget. In the past, various departments have benefitted from the money, including Fine Arts, Athletics, Facilities, and Technology.

Fine Arts - Support one of the following: studio arts, music, choral, band, dance, or theatre.

Athletics - Donate to the team or program of choice.
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