Once a Tarrier, Always a Tarrier!
The Office of Alumni Relations aims to stay engaged with Charles Wright Academy alumni the world over and encourages graduates from our first class of 1964 and onward to get involved in the life of the school and our community.
Connect with students by hosting a senior for an internship or serving as a mentor; attend an alumni event such as Homecoming, Pub Night, or a regional gathering in a town near you; submit Class Notes to Ties alumni magazine; or support your alma mater and help the next generation of Tarriers discover their potential by donating to the CWA Annual Fund.
Would you like to get involved with Charles Wright but just don’t know how? Contact Director of Development Laura Rose for ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame
This award is presented to a graduate of Charles Wright Academy and recognizes the individual’s athletic accomplishments both during their time at CWA and beyond. It is awarded annually in the fall at Homecoming. Nominations can be submitted here.
Alum of the Year
This award is presented to a graduate of Charles Wright Academy and recognizes the individual’s accomplishments and/or service to community. Nominations can be submitted here.
Recent Award Recipients:
2022 – Trevor Will ’93
Trevor is the owner of Titus-Will Automotive Group and works hard to care for his community, including his alma mater, CWA.
2021 – Laura Malcolm ’00
Laura is the co-founder and CEO of Give InKind, which she founded in 2016 as a means to provide people around the world concrete ways to help their loved ones through challenging times.
2020 – J’Nai Bridges ’05
J’Nai navigates the competitive world of opera with confidence, turning her passion into a successful international stage career.
2019 – Scott Case ’94
Scott co-founded a software startup called EnergySavvy to help people use energy more efficiently in their homes and reduce the impact of climate change.
2018 – Trevor Moawad ’91
Trevor is an internationally known mental conditioning coach and veteran of the professional sports business.
2017 – Charles “Chuck” Morey ’65
Chuck is a director, playwright and former artistic director with more than 45 years’ experience in professional theater and extensive credits from coast to coast.
2016 – Kathy Niakan ’96
Internationally renowned researcher and scientist Kathy Niakan ’96 was named in Time Magazine’s World’s Top 100 Most Influential People.
Charles Wright has been a great place for me since I started in seventh grade. The connections that I have made with my teachers are some that I believe will last me a lifetime. Charles Wright has prepared me for life ahead by challenging me academically as well as extracurricularly. However, what I’m most thankful for is my teachers believing that I could do amazing things in whatever area I chose to pursue. The trust and the mutual expectations between students and teachers are just some of the characteristics of the amazing relationships that I have formed at CWA and plan to maintain through college and beyond.
–Constance Hosannah ’15