A Night for the Red & White

Join us for our gala event of the year: it’s not a party without you!


Prepare to innovate Shaker at A Night for the Red & White, March 2, 2019, 7 pm at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown, at our 27th annual gala. Join parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends in support of the Shaker Schools Foundation’s Innovation Fund.

Raising over $2.7 million since 1992, A Night for the Red & White plays an integral part in providing educational enrichment opportunities focusing on STEAM initiatives, arts, technology, health and fitness for all students of Shaker schools. 

Buy your tickets now for a night of dinner, dancing, fabulous silent auction items, and an exciting raffle (to be announced). To get the latest information on event details, including raffle and silent auction items, follow the Red & White Facebook page.

Ticket Prices:

Scholar:  $325/person – Dinner, Dancing, Valet, 3 Drinks, Name Recognition in Invitation and Program (*if tickets purchased before deadlines)

Sponsor: $225/person – Dinner, Dancing, Valet, 3 Drinks, Name Recognition in Program (*if tickets purchased before deadline)

Supporter: $135/person – Dinner, Dancing, Valet, 3 Drinks

Friend: $115/person – Dinner, Dancing, Valet

(*Deadlines for Recognition: Invitation – December 14, 2018; Program – February 8, 2019)


September 28 & 29

The Shaker Schools Foundation and Shaker School’s Alumni Relations would like to thank the entire community for coming out to celebrate Shaker at the many Homecoming and Hall of Fame events on September 28-29, 2018!

We are especially grateful to the eight newest inductees into the Shaker Alumni Hall of Fame. On Friday, September 28th, they addressed students at an assembly at the High School and then met with smaller groups of students with similar interests to share their expertise and words of advice. Read some of their inspiring remarks in the Shakerite article. The inductees were honored at a dinner at Shaker Country Club on Saturday night.

Shaker neighbors, families, alumni and community members enjoyed a Friday night event at the Dealership on September 28th and a family festival and winning football game by the Shaker Raiders on Saturday, September 29th. Go Raiders!



Dr. Abby Goulder Abelson, ‘72, chair of the Cleveland Clinic Department of Rheumatic & Immunologic Diseases and president of the Rheumatology Research Foundation; Michael Green, ‘80, founder and CEO of the Center for Environmental Health; David A. Hansell, ‘71, commissioner of Child Welfare Services for New York City; Judy Harris, ‘66, senior counsel and past managing partner of Reed Smith, who also served in the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and at the Federal Communications Commission, and is a mental health advocate; Aaron David Miller, ‘67, vice president for new initiatives, distinguished fellow and director of the Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a CNN global affairs analyst; Kathy Roth-Douquet, ‘82, attorney, author, military family advocate, and CEO of Blue Star Families; Jamil Smith, ‘93, renowned journalist and senior writer at Rolling Stone Magazine; and Abdul Williams, ‘90, film writer and winner of the 2018 NAACP Image Award for outstanding writing for the BET miniseries, “The New Edition Story.”

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