The Golden Circle
Close friends a half century later
The PCDS Golden Circle is an honorary group of all classes who have celebrated their 50th reunions. From the intrepid first PCDS graduates who returned as the inaugural Golden Circle members at Graduation in 2015, to each successive group of graduates celebrating their 50th reunion, PCDS continues to be home.
Each June, the members of the Golden Circle wear gold robes and cross Daley Bridge, leading that year's newest alumni to their graduation ceremony. During the ceremony, Golden Circle members receive special recognition and an open invitation to return each year to welcome new inductees and to march during graduation, reminding our current families and all others in attendance that PCDS enjoys a truly rich history.
The members of the PCDS Class of 1967 celebrate at graduation with Emma Sheridan '17. Earlier that spring at the annual Upper School Awards ceremony, Emma received the Victor D. Feeney Prize, named in honor of their Class of 1967 classmate, Victor Feeney, whose contagious enthusiasm for life was cut short in 1980 after a battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma.