Welcome to EABH Alumni. We hope that you will use this site as a tool to keep in touch with classmates and old friends and to find out about events and other news. EABH is proud to have a large alumni community that engages and helps by leaving an important legacy for future generations. Keep the Hawks spirit alive with your continued involvement and support. For the EABH Alumni and former EABH Student Connection Form, click here, and to join the Facebook group, click here.



In December 2020, we launched the Alumni Connection Newsletter in order to keep in touch with EABH Alumni, by sharing information about our school and offering opportunities to get involved and contribute to the development of our community. There are many opportunities to volunteer such as serving as a mentor or as a speaker to current EABH students, helping to fundraise for the EABH Future Program and participating in the organization of reunions and other alumni events.

Please click here to check out the Alumni Connection Newsletter #1 and here to inform us how you would like to stay involved with EABH.


Please click here to see the testimonials of our dear alumni in the 2019-2020 EABH Annual Report.

Thank you to Steven Gia ´15, Megan Dempsey ´16, Luiz Dutra ´16, Leo Capus (years at EABH 2003-2009), Alisha Deshmuck (years at EABH 2009-2010), and Sofia Marques (years at EABH 2007-2009) for their participation!

If you would like to check out other alumni spotlight in past Annual Reports, please click here.



As alumni returned home for the annual Homecoming Event, they also had a chance to learn about the EABH Future Program, interact with the EABH Master Plan architectural model, and learn about how they can participate in making a difference for generations to come!


The Senior Class of 2019 made the first collective alumni gift to the EABH Future Program. Before she left for UCLA, Giovanna Barreto (EABH Class of 2019) stopped by to make the gift in the name of her classmates. We were very honored by this gift and hope it will become a tradition at our school!

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