Dear Seven Arrows Alumni & Alumni Families,

Thanks for staying connected to your Seven Arrows community! We hope you know how brightly your legacy still shines, and we hope your continued involvement at Seven Arrows will foster more treasured memories, provide opportunities to reconnect with beloved friends and educators, and allow you to continue to make a positive impact on your elementary school with your love and presence. We at Seven Arrows reminisce about you often, and nothing makes our day more than the sight of an alum at a Friday morning Kuyam!

We love to stay apprised of our former students’ adventures, achievements, and general whereabouts, and we are proud of the individuals you have become and how you have continued to represent our great school.

Seven Arrows alumni are dear and valued members of our community, and it is our goal to continue to cultivate opportunities for you to stay meaningfully connected. In the past 12 months alone, Seven Arrows has hosted three alumni gatherings and formally welcomed alumni families to many of our school events, such as festivals and the spring fundraiser gala.

Please contact Jane Rose (, 310-230-4900) to update your information with us, to let us know how you and your family are doing, or to find out about upcoming Seven Arrows and alumni events. Or just drop in to see us!

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Congratulations to the Seven Arrows Class of 2017!

The Class of 2017 had many options when choosing their middle school placement. Our latest graduates will be attending the following institutions this fall:

College Bound: Seven Arrows Class of 2011

The Seven Arrows (6th grade) Class of 2011, along with their parents, teachers and Margarita Pagliai, gathered in the kuyam area one last time for the annual tradition of the Graduating Seniors Dinner. This beautiful evening, filled with memories, laughter, good food and fun, was a moment to celebrate their young lives and educational beginnings at Seven Arrows Elementary before heading off to college. The lovely sit down dinner in the Kuyam area was followed by a tour of the North campus, dessert and a slide show that chronicled the kids journey from kindergarten through 6th grade.