Welcome the St. Michael’s College School Alumni page!
The Alumni Affairs Office is the first point of contact between the alumni and St. Michael’s College School and offers the chance to reconnect with the College School. With more than 10,000 members within the community the Alumni Affairs Office is committed to engage alumni through communications, events, mentoring, and networking opportunities.
The Alumni Affairs Office is pleased to offer the alumni an exclusive website, MySMCS.com. The website offers many features, including:
- Ability to update profiles
- Sign-up and access to the Alumni Business Directory
- Tradition e-newsletter (stay up-to-date on events and activities)
- Links to online versions of the Blue Banner
- Registration for the numerous events at the College School and around the GTA
- Photo Galleries of events
- Links to the St. Michael’s College School Facebook and LinkedIn pages
- Information about the Alumni Association Executive and meeting minutes
- Links to information to host a class reunion.
The St. Michael’s College School Alumni Affairs Office is committed to fostering the growth of life-long relationships with the St. Michael’s College School community which includes graduates, faculty, staff, future alumni, and their parents.
The Alumni Affairs Office works closely with the Alumni Association and its Executives to ensure that, with our alumni’s assistance the tradition, history, and future of the College School is continued. We hope that you enjoy the website and make use of MySMCS. If you have any suggestions, questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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The Alumni Affairs Office, under the guidance of the Advancement Department at St. Michael’s College School, is committed to cultivating and fostering lifelong relationships between alumni, the School, and most importantly each other. The Alumni Affairs Office manages events, circulates alumni news, and offers benefits such as the online Alumni Business Directory and Incentive Programme.
The Alumni Association has over 10,000 members worldwide, including educators, business people, doctors, scientists, politicians, musicians, artists, and athletes. The Alumni Association works to support our graduates and the School through a variety of initiatives, and to keep alumni up-to-date with the school and fellow classmates through our bi-annual alumni magazine, quarterly e-newsletters, emails, and web and social media interactions.
Alumni are regularly invited back to school community events for the sole purpose of continuing to build relationships with each other and with the School. Alumni are encouraged to reunite on campus through a diverse number of events, including Homecoming, Turkey Roll and Reunion, Spring Reunion and Barbeque, class reunions and annual dinners, sport and club reunions, golf tournaments, the alumni old-timers’ hockey league, and more.
The Alumni Association has hosted a number of successful mentorship events, including the inaugural Archangel’s Den which provides young alumni entrepreneurs the opportunity to present their business ideas to a panel of six judges, four of whom were alumni. Winners receive a total of $15,000 in prize money to assist in moving their business ideas forward. Other events include career mentoring for university students and SMCS alumni, and general networking events where alumni network with others in similar fields of pursuit.
The alumni mentorship programme at St. Michael’s connects alumni of all ages and offers the opportunity to discuss important educational and career-related questions with university students and professionals. The purpose of this initiative is to set the foundation of mentorship for life.
In addition to alumni to alumni mentorship, alumni are also invited to participate in the annual Career Day when a wide range of alumni share their academic, professional, and life experiences with Grade 11 students for the purpose of helping current students to explore different paths taken by alumni in a variety of professions. As part of this programme, Grade 12 homerooms welcome Alumni Association members into their classes to learn about the value of the association and the importance of staying connected to St. Michael’s College School after graduation.
Our alumni are a vital component of the St. Michael’s College School community. They are an important part of the tradition and future of St. Michael’s College School. Alumni further the Mission and Vision learned while they attended St. Michael’s College School by setting examples for current students by giving back to the school community, charity outreach, their education and career choices, and by being an inspiring presence around our campus.
John P. O'Neill '86
|1st Vice President ||Matt Montemurro '05|
Matt has been an active part of the Association and for the last three years has been on the Executive as the Events Coordinator. He is the co-founder of the Enzo Montemurro ’81 Touch Football Classic and has coordinated several successful alumni networking events.
|2nd Vice President||Gavin Davidson '93 |
Gavin has been the co-editor of the Blue Banner since the of Fall 2015. He has assisted with Skate for Kids and most recently launched the Archangel’s Den initiative.
|Events Coordinator||Ron Scarafile '05|
Ron has been involved with the Alumni Association since 2012. He is the co-founder of the Enzo Montemurro ’81 Touch Football Classic and has volunteered for many alumni events.
|Past President ||Frank Di Nino '80|
(L to R): Frank Di Nino, Gavin Davidson, Ron Scarafile, John O'Neill, Matt Montemurro
The mentorship programme at St. Michael’s connects current students with alumni from a wide range of industries and education. These mentorship opportunities give students access to real world knowledge so they can prepare and plan for their future.
To be included in the St. Michael's College School Mentorship Programme, please register at the link below.
St. Michael's College School has two publications that are available to alumni.
The Blue Banner, the alumni magazine, is produced biannually and is distributed in the spring and fall to over 8,000 alumni.
The Tradition, the alumni e-newsletter, is emailed quarterly to over 5,600 alumni.The Alumni Association welcomes questions, comments, and suggestions.
All editions of the Blue Banner have been saved as Adobe Acrobat files and are available through the links below.
Any questions or suggestions for upcoming issues of the Blue Banner can be directed to Mr. Michael De Pellegrin '94, Director of Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org
All editions of the Tradition have been saved as Adobe Acrobat files and are available through the archive links below.
Any questions, submissions or suggestions for upcoming issues of the Tradition can be directed to Stephanie Nicholls, Alumni and Special Events Officer.