Legacy Breakfast Honours Multi-Generational Crescent Families

Among those with particularly deep ties to Crescent are the alumni who return to campus as parents, choosing to enrol their sons in the school they knew and loved in their youth. Today, 46 alumni fathers have a total of 61 sons at their alma mater. These families were honoured at a Legacy Breakfast on April 11. 

Headmaster Fellin, whose son Fionn is set to graduate this June, addressed the group. “We know that having alumni sons at Crescent is an incredible testament to our school and its legacy, which we are proud of.” Chief Advancement Officer Jamie Lougheed, himself an alumnus and past parent, spoke about how he and his sons share the bond of the Crescent brotherhood. Applications to Crescent continue to rise year after year, and the school administration is looking forward to admitting even more sons of alumni next year.

The group enjoyed breakfast classics like frittatas, sausage patties, hash browns and oatmeal and sweeter fare like yogurt parfaits and waffles with strawberries and whipped cream. The meal was catered by SAGE Dining, Crescent’s dining services provider.