Giving back to Milken is important to me because I know the impact that philanthropy made on the school when I attended 20 years ago and has continued to make since then. I want today’s students to have the same opportunities that I was afforded. I know that Milken was the foundation of the person I am today and for that, I am grateful. What better way to show my appreciation then doing for others what others have done for me.
- Tal Marom Barak ‘96
I am so thankful to be an alumnus of Milken Community Schools. A diverse curriculum, special guest speakers, and travel are a few of the unique opportunities that Milken made available to me. A wide array of classes, sports, clubs, and organizations broadened my horizons both intellectually and personally. These experiences allowed me to develop life-long friendships. The knowledge I gained inside and outside of the classroom has shaped me into the person I am today. To be a member of this community is a privilege, and I hope other students are given the opportunity to experience this incredible school and community.
- Max Aruj ‘08
It was at Milken where I developed the Jewish and Pro-Israel identity that shaped who I am today. That’s why I give back to Milken. I want to ensure that one day my own children will have Milken to call “home” for their middle and high school years. I am honored to have been welcomed back into the Milken family as a young professional and I am proud to give back.
- Leore Haver Ben-David '05
Milken Community Schools is unique for many reasons. My teachers felt like family. They cared for me both academically and personally. I felt a strong intellectual and spiritual connection to my classmates. I learned how to excel intellectually and how to repair the world around me. Milken prepared me to be a cultural ambassador and to embody the positive change that I wish to see in the world. I was encouraged to accomplish anything I set my mind too.
- Thais Miller '06

Ways to Get Involved

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Class Representative

    Class Representatives are expected to help collect any/all contact information and updates from their classmates that they know about for events and reunions.
  • Reunion Planning Committee Member (Class of 2007)

    Do you enjoy being a party planner? Be a part of a team that makes this milestone event one to remember.
  • Mentor

    Become buddies with a current senior. Mentors will offer advice on preparing for college and other aspects of life after high school.
  • Gesher Week Volunteer

    Volunteer to speak to the current seniors about your experience in college during a 2-hour round table question/answer panel. Only Milken Community Schools Alumni who are current college students are able to participate.
  • Career Discovery Day Volunteer

    Come speak with Milken juniors and seniors to discuss goals and career paths. This is an excellent way for you to give advice as they make their transition from high school to college.
  • Leadership Class Speaker

    Come speak to the seniors in the leadership class to teach them about principles of communication, body language, dress code, challenges, and ethics faced in the work place.

 

 

 

Alumni Volunteer Form

Please let us know how you would like to participate in the Alumni Association.
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School Information

Saperstein Middle School Campus
    15900 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049  |  Tel 310.903.4800

Upper School Campus
    15800 Zeldins’ Way, Los Angeles, CA 90049  |  Tel 310.440.3500  Fax 310.471.5139
A grade 7 - 12 college preparatory institution located in Los Angeles established on the foundation of the highest academic standards and Jewish values.