A Message from the Principal

One of the true joys of teaching is getting to know the many students who have graced our doors, and to know them well. Whether you began your journey with us in the High School or were a member of our Elementary School family, we have fond memories throughout the years.

Although I am very young, I have been lucky enough to see the last 37 classes graduate from the current version of HTS. Undoubtedly, the friendships and bonds that you made with classmates, faculty, and our Jesuits have also remained for a lifetime.

We are honored to have been part of your educational, spiritual, and emotional journey – thank you for enriching our lives.

Charlie Hennessy

Did you or your child attend HTS?  We would love to reconnect with you!  Please fill out this form with your current name, e-mail, and mailing address to receive news and updates regarding HTS 200 celebrations.

If you any have questions, please contact Listi Sobba at or 202-337-2339. We look forward to keeping in touch!

All alumni are welcome and encouraged to attend our campus-wide events. Please visit our Main Calendar to see all upcoming events.

Upcoming Alumni Events

2018:  Celebrating 200 Years of Students for Others

Visit the HTS 200 web page for more information.

Alumni News

Kickoff Alumni Night

Over 100 alumni from six decades attended our kickoff Alumni Night in Trinity Hall on June 11. The Class of 1975 won the "Most Class Spirit" with 10 alumni from their class attending.

Thank you for making the evening such a huge success!


Andrew Butash '03 Launches Travel App

Andrew Butash '03 has launched a social-networking travel app called Gypsy Circle. The app allows friends to easily connect and share travel plans so they can meetup around the country and abroad. Butash currently works as the CEO and plans to continue developing the app with new features and helping to expand the community of users.

You can download Gypsy Circle from the App Store and learn more about the app on the Gypsy Circle website or this Huffington Post feature.



Owen Danoff '03 Competed in "The Voice"

Owen Danoff '03 appeared on NBC's The Voice and made the Top 11! You can download some of his songs from the show on iTunes and watch him performing on YouTube.

Owen performing "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" (Blind Auditions)


We Can't Get Rid of Our Former Students, Pt. 1

Actually, we are fortunate enough to have several alumni working at the school.

From left to right: Tutor and sub Clarisse Billey Holman '95, Admissions Coordinator Daniela Capbert Krum '96, 5th Grade teacher Devon Rook '02, Communications Director Karelia Pallan '02, Lower School Language Arts and Religion teacher Caily Bridgeland '04, and Upper School Math and Social Studies teacher Jack Devlin '05.

Stop by to visit their classrooms if you are in the area!

We Can't Get Rid of Our Former Students, Pt. 2

Many of our alumni also have a new role at the school: as current parents of our students! Legend has it our alumni parents pass on to their students the very ancient and secret knowledge of how to beat the teachers at the annual Student/Faculty Basketball Game.

Alumni moms and dads include: Chuck Volkman '80Alexa Verveer '83, Amy (Monahan) Reischauer '85, Alexis (Geier) Horan '88, John Dooley '89, Noel Dooley Adams '90, Kate Maxwell Baker '91, and Alix Harou '92.