||Notable School Alumni (Sample)
|Bishop's College School
- Hartland de Montarville Molson - was an Anglo-Quebecer statesman, Canadian Senator and a member of the prominent Molson family of brewers.
- Jake Ebert - was a film producer, executive and financier. He was known for risk-taking and producing a consistently high caliber of movies including such award-winning titles as Chariots of Fire (1981, uncredited), Gandhi (1982), and Dances with Wolves (1990).
- Philip Michael Ondaatje - is a Sri Lankan-born Canadian novelist and poet. He won the Booker Prize for his novel The English Patient, which was adapted into an Academy Award-winning film.
- Reginald Aubrey Fessenden - a naturalized American citizen born in Quebec, Canada, was an inventor who performed pioneering experiments in radio, including early—and possibly the first—radio transmissions of voice and music.
- Raymond C. Setlakwe - is a Canadian entrepreneur, lawyer, and former senator.
- Norman Eric Webster - is a Canadian journalist: a former editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail and The Gazette.
- Tom Nütten - is a former American football guard who played eight seasons in the National Football League with the St. Louis Rams.
- David Anthony Stuart Atkinson - was a Canadian baritone and New York Broadway actor/singer.
- General Andrew George Latta McNaughton - was a Canadian scientist, army officer, cabinet minister, and diplomat.
- Paul Almon - is a Canadian former television and motion picture screenwriter, director and producer, and since 1990 has been a novelist.
|Choate Rosemary Hall
- Adlai Stevenson ’18 - former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
- John F. Kennedy ’35 - 35th President of the United States
- Edward Albee ’46 - Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright
- Robert D. McCallum Jr. ’64 - former U.S. Ambassador to Australia
- Glenn Close ’65 - Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe Award-winning film and stage actress
- Victoria J. Nuland ’79 - current U.S. State Department spokesperson, former U.S. Representative to NATO
- Paul Giamatti ’85 - Emmy Award-winning broadway and film actor
- Angela Ruggiero ’98 - fourtime Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Champion
- Chris Denorfia ’98 - center fielder for the San Diego Padres
- Josephine Pucci ’09, Hilary Knight ’07 and Julie Chu ’01 - members of the 2012 U.S. Women's National Ice Hockey Team
- Sasha Rearick - U.S. Ski Team Men's Head Alpine Coach
- Eric Bach - Member of Modern Gypsies: Compassionate Adventurerers
- Brian Blake - Former CEO of Gucci, Prada, and Burberry
- Arn Chorn-Pond - Cambodian refugee, founder of Cambodian Living Arts, and subject of the Emmy-nominated documentary The Flute Player.
- G.T. Gunhus - 4 Star General and head of Military Chaplains during 9/11
|Lake Forest Academy
- Jean Harlow - Actress
- Bix Biederbecke - Jazz cornet player
- Bradley Russell Weinberger, - Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice
- Bill Ayers - Political activist and professor at the University of Chicago
- David Bradley - Film director
- Bill Schulz - Panelist, writer, and producer on Fox News Channel's late night show, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld
- Judy Baar Topinka - Former Illinois State Treasurer
- Frances Perkins - First female Secretary of Labor
|Ojai Valley School
- Barbara B. Smith (L35) - Ethnomusicologist, Professor Emeritus of Music, University of Hawaii
- Robert Erburu (L46) - Former Chairman of the Board and CEO, Times Mirror
- Michael Mondavi (L58) - Founder, Folio Wine Partners
- Jeffrey Hyland (L63) - President, Hilton & Hyland, architectural historian and author
- John Slavik (L66, U69) - Owner, Pinnacle Holdings, Inc.
- Keith Carradine (U67) - Actor, composer, musician
- David Lazarus (L74, U78) - American business and consumer columnist for the Los Angeles Times
- Bruce Sommers (L79) - President of Sincbox Media
- Mari Holden (L84, U88) - 2000 Olympic silver medalist, cycling
- Tiana Coudray (L02,U06) - 2012 London Olympics, 2010 winner, USEA Gold Cup Series CIC3* division, Galway Downs International Horse Trials
- Chaz Matses - Founder and Designer for clothing line Vicious History
|Saint Michaels University School
- Steve Nash '92 - Two-time NBA MVP, founder and president of the Steve Nash Foundation for growing health in kids
- Stewart Butterfield '91 - Co-founder of Flickr
- Kenneth Oppel '85 - Award-winning author
- Manoj Sood '81 - Star of CBC's hit show
|Loomis Chaffee School
- George Schultz '38 - Former Secretary of State
- Ella T. Grasso '36 - Former Governor of Connecticut
- Arthur Ochs Sulzberger '45 - New York Times Chairman
- Henry R. Kravis '63 - Financier; founding partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
- James Widdoes '72 - Actor, writer, and producer
- Gretchen Ulion '90 - 1998 Winter Olympic Games US women's ice hockey Olympic gold medalist
- John D. Rockefeller III '25 - Successful businessman and philanthropist
- Winthrop Rockefeller '31 - Former governor of Arkansas
- Jason Wu '01 - Fashion designer (designed First Lady Michelle Obama's inaugural ball gown and other pieces for the first lady)
- Frank Bruni ’82 - Journalist, The New York Times and the New York Times Magazine
|Williston Northampton School
- Steve Porter ’97 - PorterHouse Media produces ESPN video mashups
- G.P. Gromacki ’89 - Led Amherst College women's basketball team to the NCAA Division III championship, named Coach of the Year by D3hoops.com.
- William S. Clark - UMass/Amherst President
- Winthrop Crane - 40th Governor of Massachusetts, U.S. Senator
- Brad Hall ’75 - Actor, producer, writer. Saturday Night Live Weekend Update anchor
- Patrick Rissmiller - Professional hockey player, NHL NY Rangers forward
- George Crockett Strong, Class of 1851 - U.S. Civil War General
- Robert Samuelson ’63 - Economic columnist and journalist, editor for Newsweek and the Washington Post, author
- George Stanley Hall - Psychologist, father of American Psychology
- Tony Lavelli ’45 - First overall NBA draft pick, accordionist for the Harlem Globetrotters