The Heilicher Alumni Board, made up of current high schoolers, met in February to begin formulating recommendations to strengthen the school and its programs. Read about the first meeting of the 2019 year.
If a school can be measured by the success of its graduates, Heilicher has clearly earned its outstanding reputation. Our graduates represent a diverse group of people who are life-long learners, creative thinkers, and leaders engaged in strengthening their communities in a fast-changing world. They’ve continued to distinguish themselves—and make their school and families proud—through continued engagement in Jewish life and an assortment of educational, personal, and professional achievements.
More than 500 students have graduated from Heilicher since 1984. You can find our graduates at schools like St. Louis Park High School, Hopkins High School, Minnetonka High School, Wayzata High School, Southwest High School, The Blake School, and St. Paul Academy and Summit School. Our graduates have gone on to many of the country’s top institutions and studied a variety of disciplines. Our eighth grade class of 2011 recently graduated from high school.
Alumni are important school ambassadors. We hope that our website gives you a look into what’s been happening at HMJDS since you graduated! There are many ways for Heilicher alums to stay in connection with the school.
- Stay up-to-date with the latest news from Heilicher by following us on Facebook.
- Read The Heilicher Magazine newsletter which highlights alumni accomplishments and shares school news.
- Send your kids to Heilicher! Many alumni have enrolled their children at HMJDS. Read their stories.
- Click below to stay connected and send us word of your latest accomplishments.
For additional information on how you can become involved as alumni, please contact Ethan Tarshish, Admissions and Outreach Coordinator at 952.381.3506 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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