We are all connected.
Generations of women have passed through these gray walls. Emma Girls, over 7,000 of you, found a deep connection that extends far beyond campus. If someone is overheard saying they studied at Emma Willard School, there’s often an alumna eager to share her experience and support.
Taylor Garrison ’12 recalls such conversations with an alumna when she was home on a visit and another while on a Metro North train. That was also the experience of Rebekah Layton, a 2001 graduate who served in the military. She struck up a conversation with an Emma student on a plane when returning from Korea. That was one of many such chats during her travels. “It’s a great network of great people,” Layton said.
Read more about Emma's celebrated alumnae in the emma magazine on our bookshelf.