BREAKING NEWS: Join us Thursday, April 24 (Note change of date), for an informal discussion about “AMERICAN PROMISE.”  This is the documentary made by African American Dalton parents about their son and his best friend on their journey from pre-school to graduation. We will gather at 6PM at LOCAL EDITION ( a new lounge tucked away […]

Submitted by Dylan MacDonald, Class of  ‘84 On June 19th, generations of Dalton alumni gathered at San Francisco’s Michelin-starred Range restaurant in the heart of the Mission District.  Chef/proprietor/proud alumni (not necessarily in that order) Phil West ’88 opened his doors to Dalton alumni spanning four decades, from the free-love ’70s to the Instagramming aughts. […]

Dalton alum Sharon Washington is bringing her star turn in Wild with Happy to TheaterWorks in Mountain View.  A few of you may remember Sharon’s tour de force performance as Miss Furnival in my 9th grade production of Peter Shaffer’s Black Comedy.  More of you will recognize the versatile actress from her roles in Die Hard with […]

On Sunday, November 4, a few Bay Area grads gathered at Lucky Strike, a new hot spot in San Francisco’s South of Market district.  The venue combines bowling, music and upscale food and drink in a sleek setting. The group chatted about the upcoming documentary “American Promise”, munched on tacos and fondue, and exchanged ideas […]

Hiking in Marin County is a Bay Area “must”.  On an exceptionally sunny spring day, experienced hiker and Dalton grad Ben Yaffe led 16 alums and friends through Cataract Falls and the Potrero Meadows loop.  The group enjoyed over six miles of varied terrain and wonderful views.  It took a while, but fortunately none of […]

For our “Young Alums and Others” event just before the start of school, organizer Deland Chan had us meet at the Asian Art Museum for a “Matcha”.  One Thursday a month, the museum stays open late for a special evening that includes live music, performances, art-oriented activities and a cash bar.  Our visit included a […]

Towards the end of our evening at Elephant and Castle, it was suggested that our next event be a Saturday or Sunday picnic.  Folks who work long hours and/or live outside San Francisco would have an easier time participating and those with families could bring along their spouse and children.  Since we have a large […]