Famous Boarding School Alumni

Use the table below to browse notable alumni from boarding schools around the world.

Famous Boarding School Alumni:

School Name
Notable School Alumni (Sample)
Admiral Farragut Academy
  • RADM Alan Shepard, Jr., USN (Ret.) ‘41N - Moonwalking astronaut: First American in space in 1961 and a member of the Apollo 14 mission in 1971
  • Brig Gen Charles Duke, USAF (Ret.) ‘53S - Moonwalking astronaut: member of the Apollo 16 mission in 1972
  • Lorenzo Lamas '75 - Actor whose notable works include the role of Tom in Grease and the role of Lance in Falcon Crest, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
  • RADM Mark H. Buzby, USN (ret) ‘75N - Former United States Navy Rear Admiral and Administrator of the United States Maritime Administration
  • Maj. Megan M. McClung ‘91N - The first female United States Marine Corps officer killed in combat during the Iraq War
  • Rayshawn Jenkins ‘12 - Safety for the Los Angeles Chargers
  • Joseph Zolfo ‘86N - Film and television producer of the most notable shows God Friended Me and NCIS New Orleans
  • Casper Van Dien ‘88S - Actor on the most notable movies Starship Troopers and as Tarzan in Tarzan and the Lost City
  • John Hodges ‘85N - Started his career on Capitol Hill in 1992 and is currently the Director of Office Supply Services under the Chief Administrative Officer of the House. He has served the US House of Representatives for a total of 27 years
Amerigo Chicago North Shore Carmel Catholic High School
  • Brienne Minor '15 - NCAA Champion Tennis Player who competed in the 2017 U.S. Open ?
  • Carol Tyler? - Internationally known artist, ?cartoonist and humorist ?
  • Joe Tyler? - Olympic athlete who was on the 1980 gold-medal-winning U.S. Bobsled Team ?
  • Hugh Brown ? - Famous 3-time Grammy Award winning musician, with 11 nominations ?
  • Bill Fusz? - Director of Global Business ? Development Operations at Facebook?Recently visited Carmel to speak to students
  • Marietta DePrima? - Northwestern University graduate, actor best known for her role in The Hughleys?
Amerigo Houston Saint Pius X High School
  • Justin Anderson - Major League Baseball player
  • Gary Kubiak - NFL quarterback and head coach
  • Gary Majewski - Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Jackson Hurst - Actor
  • Norman F. Carnahan - American Chemical engineer and scientist
  • Tony Braunagel - Musician
  • Kohl Stewart - Major League Baseball player
  • David Pierce - Head baseball coach at the University of Texas
  • Chris Harrington - NFL linebacker
Amerigo Los Angeles, Bishop Montgomery High School
  • Carmelita Jeter - Olympic Gold Medal Sprinter?
  • Denise Austin - Member of the Presidential Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under President Bush and President Obama?
  • Dr. Vincent Price - President of Duke University (#10)?
  • Dr. Patrick Concannon - Director of the University of Florida’s Gene Research Institute?
  • Sal Torres - Serves as mayor of Daly City and has been elected to city council 5 times ?
Amerigo Napa Valley Justin-Siena High School
  • Josh Jackson - #4 NBA draft pick to Phoenix Suns
  • Brett Wallace - Professional MLB player
  • Olivia O'Brien - Singer, songwriter, Billboard Top 10
  • Mark Rappaport - Special make-up effects artist, CEO and owner of Creature Effects Inc, a company that provided special effects for many famous films, including Seabiscuit, The Revenant, Cowboys and Aliens, 300, and The Last Samurai. He received a prestigious technical ac
Amerigo New Jersey Red Bank Catholic High School
  • Virginia Bauer - Government leader in New Jersey: Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey?
  • Thomas Gallagher - Celebrated U.S. Service officer who served in many different countries and spent two decades doing social work and counseling?
  • John McCarthy - Named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Law & Policy in 2020, currently the Deputy National Political Director for former Vice President Joe Biden?
  • Ryan Kalish - Famous professional baseball player who played for the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs, attended University of Virginia (#28)?
  • Michelle Leonardo - Professional Dancer for the New York Knicks, served as Miss New Jersey in 2012 and placed in the Top 10 at Miss USA 2012?
  • Joseph O’Brien? - Singer and pianist who made it to the Quarterfinals in Season 13 of America’s ?Got Talent
Amerigo San Diego Mater Dei Catholic High School
  • Mary Salas - An American politician who previously served in the California Assembly and currently serves as the Mayor of the Chula Vista. She graduated from San Diego State University. ?
  • John Carlos Frey - Renowned investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker and published author. His work has won him many awards, including six Emmys. He has also written articles for the Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, Salon and more. He graduated from University
  • Paul Arriola - Professional soccer player who plays as a midfielder for Major League Soccer club D.C. United and the United States national team.?
Annie Wright Schools
  • Sally (Peterson) Atherton, '66 - ED, Assoc for Research in Vision & Ophthalmology
  • Diane (Dapper) Freeman, '59 - NASA aerospace ops dev, integration & support
  • Betty Garrett-Parks, '36 - Actress, comedian, singer & dancer
  • Damani Leech, '90 (Middle School) - COO, International, National Football League (NFL)
  • Amy Paulose, '95 - President, AMES International, Inc
  • Merrill (Wagner) Ryman, '97 - World-renowned artist
  • Lee Skinner, '86 - Dean, Newcomb-Tulane College; Latin Am lit scholar
  • Erin (Fletcher) Slayton, 97 - Vice President, HDR
  • Pamela Hyde Smith, '63 - United States Ambassador
  • Mary (McCarthy) West, '29 - American novelist, critic and political activist
Asheville School
  • Amy "Bellamy" Young 1987 - Amy "Bellamy" Young is an actress best known for her role as First Lady Mellie Grant on ABC’s political drama series Scandal.
  • Pete Dye, Jr. 1944 - Dye designed world-renowned golf courses, including Oak Tree in Oklahoma City, The Johns Island Club in Vero Beach, the Harbortown Golf Course in Hilton Head, The Saw Grass Course in Ponte Vedra and the Ocean Course in Kiawah.
  • Roy Kim 2012 - In 2012, Roy Kim won Korea’s hit TV show Superstar K4. He received Mnet’s Booming Star and Hot Music Cover awards and has been at the top of Korean pop music charts.
  • Jose Gonzalez 1985 - In 2017, Gonzalez was appointed as Mexico's Minister of Finance under President Peña Nieto. He previously served as the CEO of Petróleos Mexicanos, more commonly known as PEMEX.
  • Charles Ries 1968 - Charles Ries was the U.S. Ambassador to Greece from 2004-2007. He served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from 2000-2004, overseeing U.S.-European Union economics, energy, and public diplomacy.
  • Frederick F. Wherry 1990 - Wherry is a professor of sociology at Princeton University. He serves as the department representative for the Department of Sociology, and he has served as vice-president and president of the Social Science History Association.
  • Jennifer Pharr-Davis 2001 - In 2011, Jennifer Pharr-Davis set the record for the fastest thru hike of the Appalachian Trail with a time of 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes. She has written two memoirs: Becoming Odyssa and Called Again.
  • James Hormel 1950 - James Hormel was the first openly gay person to serve as a United States Ambassador. He was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1999 to be the Ambassador to Luxembourg. He is the grandson of George A. Hormel, founder of Hormel Foods.
  • Levin H. Campbell 1944 - Honorable Judge Levin H. Campbell was confirmed to serve on the First Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in 1972. He served as Chief Judge from 1983 to 1990 and assumed senior status in 1992.
  • Perla Haney-Jardine 2015 - Perla Haney-Jardine is an actress best known for her roles in Steve Jobs (2015), Future Weather (2012), Spider-Man 3 (2007) and Kill Bill: Vol 2 (2004).
Avon Old Farms School
  • Pete Seeger '36 - Award-winning musician/songwriter, environmentalist
  • David Bigelow '44 - Co-Chairman and Co-CEO R.C. Bigelow Tea Company
  • Richard Yates '44 - Novelist (Revolutionary Road), short story writer
  • Stephen Lash '58 - Chairman of Christie's, North and South America
  • Michael Nouri '64 - Broadway, film, television actor
  • John Garvey '78 - Garvey Spacecraft; former NASA rocket scientist
  • George Springer '08 - 2017 World Series Most Valuable Player MLB Multi-year All Star
  • Brian Leetch '86 - Hockey Hall of Fame, World Cup, Olympics; NY Rangers;
  • Kristian Bush ’88 - Musician -grammy award winning country music duo- Sugarland
  • Kevin McKernan ’91 - Scientist, Agencourt;Whitehead Institute-Genome Research;
Baylor School
  • Keith Mitchell '10 - One of four Baylor alumni on the PGA Tour, winner of the 2019 Honda Classic
  • Natalie Bracket '09 - Coordinator, Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
  • Tiffany Williams '07 - Founder, TILA Studios, a visual arts incubator for black women
  • Michelle Songy '04 - Tech entrepreneur, Director of Global Dining with Amex
  • Laurie Speed-Dalton '92 - Trial attorney and founder of The Speed Firm, PC
  • Tene Hamilton Franklin '91 - Facilitator with the Human Genome Project
  • Geoff Gaberino '84 - U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist in swimming
  • Jamey Wheless '82 - Designer and Animator for George Lucas Entertainment
  • Bill Dedman '78 - Pulitzer Prize winning journalist; NYT bestselling author of Hidden Mansions
  • Arthur Golden '74 - Author of the New York Times bestselling novel, Memoirs of a Geisha
Berkshire School
  • Lincoln Kierstein '26 - Co-founder of the New York City Ballet
  • William Knowles '34 - Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  • Calvin Tomkins '43 - Author and Art Critic for "The New Yorker"
  • Stephen Malawista '50 - Lyme disease co-discoverer
  • Jeff McLaughlin '84 - Olympic Bronze and Silver Medalist in Rowing
  • Kristin Baker '93 - Artist
  • Kacey Bellamy '05 - Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist in Women's Ice Hockey
  • Kevan Miller '07 - NHL Boston Bruins Defenseman
  • Kendall Coyne '11 - Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist in Women's Ice Hockey
  • Jack Harrison '15 - MLS Professional Soccer Player
Bishop's College School
  • David Atkinson - Canadian baritone and New York Broadway actor/singer
  • John Bland - Emeritus Professor of Architecture at McGill University
  • Selwyn G. Blaylock - President of the Canadian Institute of Mining; established the Selwyn G. Blaylock Medal.
  • Major-General Sir Henry Edward Burstall - of the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery; G.O.C. of 2nd Canadian Division
  • Charles Sandwith Campbell - lawyer & Governor of McGill; established the Campbell Concerts & Parks at Montreal
  • Jake Eberts - award-winning film producer of Chariots of Fire, Gandhi, Dances with Wolves & Chicken Run
  • Reginald Fessenden - Inventor, possibly the first to have transmitted voice and music by radio
  • Senator Hartland de Montarville Molson - of the Molson Brewery and former owner of the Montreal Canadiens
  • George Hurst - Chief Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic; visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London
  • Noah Dobson - Professional Ice Hockey Defenceman for the New York Islanders.
Blue Ridge School
  • Mamadi Diakite '15 - 2021 NBA Champion with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Brandon Hall School
  • Scott Duncan - Forbes Featured Oil Business Man
  • Tripp Whetsall - Famous Author and Editor of The Friars Club Magazine
Brentwood College School
  • Wade Davis - National Geographic Explorer and Writer
  • Ben Butterfield - World renowned tenor
  • David Wilkinson - Fuel Cell Technology
  • Alistair Gillespie - Federal Politician, Businessman
  • H. Roche Robertson - Surgeon and Principal of McGill University
  • Pip Holmes - War Hero and Businessman
  • John H. Stubbs - War Hero
  • Michelle MacLaren - Film and TV Director - Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones
  • Clifton Murray - Member of The Tenors singing group
Bridgton Academy
  • Victor Cruz '05 - Super Bowl champion, current wide receiver for Chicago Bears
  • Brigadier General David Brigham '84 - Executive Officer, NATO Allied Land Command at US Army.
  • Steven Brooks '03 - Two-time NCAA D I Lacrosse Champion (Syracuse University), MLL Champion (Chesapeake Bayhawks)
  • Dan Egan '83 - World-famous Extreme Skier and Emmy-nominated Producer/Director, 2017 inductee, American Ski Hall of Fame
  • Carlos Canino '84 - ATF Special Agent In Charge-Miami Field Division
Buffalo Seminary
  • Isabella Bannerman - Syndicated cartoonist
  • Lauren Belfer - NYT bestselling author of City of Light, A Fierce Radiance, And After the Fire
  • Mara Hoffman - Fashion designer
  • Amy Holden Jones - Screenwriter, film producer and director
  • Tara Vanderveer - Record-breaking Stanford Women's & US Olympic Women's Basketball Coach
  • Susan Hunt - Host on HGTV and former ESPN correspondent
  • Mary Hochreiter Janney - Former mayor of Burlingame, California
  • Amy C. Williams, Ph.D. - Composer, pianist and music professor
  • Amy Beth Taublieb, Ph.D. - Clinical psychologist and author
  • Tara VanDerveer - 1996 U.S. Olympic Women's Basketball coach, Head Coach of Stanford Cardinal, 2011 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee
Buxton School
  • Peter Shumlin - Governor of Vermont
  • Christian Parenti - Journalist and writer
  • Philip Rickey - Sculptor
  • Justin Theroux - Actor
  • Frank Wood - Actor
  • Marco Williams - Documentary Film Maker
Canterbury School
  • Jack Arute '68 - ESPN sports announcer
  • William Randolph Hearst III '67 - venture capitalist and trustee of Hearst Trust
  • Sargent Shriver '34 - diplomat, Peace Corps organizer, Vice-presidential candidate
  • John Hemingway '79 - author (grandson of Ernest)
  • Cofer Black '68 - former Assistant Secretary of State for counter-terrorism
  • James B. Lee '71 - vice-chairman J.P. Morgan Chase
  • Peter Kiernan '71 - partner Goldman Sachs, author
  • Tom Gerety '64 - educator, NYU professor, former president Trinity College and Amherst College
  • Mike Dunham '91 - NHL goaltender
  • Dominick Dunne '44 - writer, producer, TV personality
Cate School
  • David Crosby - Singer/songwirter
  • Garrett Lisi - Noted physicist
  • Billy Steinberg - Musician/Songwriter
  • Warren Breidenbach III - Pioneering surgeon
  • Sir John R.H. Bond - Financier
  • Mona Khalil - United Nations
  • Dr. William New - Inventor and physician
  • Joshua Yaro - Professional soccer (MLS)
  • Ema Boateng - Professional soccer (MLS)
Chaminade College Preparatory School
  • Jayson Tatum '16 - NBA Basketball Player with Boston Celtics
  • Bradley Beal '10 - NBA Basketball Player with Washington Wizards
  • Ben Bishop '05 - NHL Hockey Player with Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Minkyu Lee '04 - Academy Award Winner
  • J. Eric Skelton '83 - Deputy Director U.S. Secret Service
  • Mike Kehoe '79 - Lieutenant Governor of Missouri
Chatham Hall
  • Georgia O'Keefe 1905 - Artist
  • Claudia Emerson '75 - Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet
  • Jennifer Quainton '96 - Vice President of Content Programming, Audible
Cheshire Academy
  • JP Morgan - American financier, banker and art collector.
  • Roberto C. Goizueta - Former chairman & CEO, Coca-Cola
  • Joseph W. Hasel - Voice of the New York Giants
  • Rockwell Kent - American artist
  • Robert Ludlum - Author best know for The Bourne trilogy.
  • Patrick McCaskey - Director, board member, Chicago Bears
  • Angela Robinson - State Superior Court judge
  • James Van Der Beek - Actor
  • Gideon Welles - Secretary of the Navy (Lincoln)
  • Talib Kweli - American hip-hop artist
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 - former U.S. Representative to NATO
  • Paul Giamatti '85 - Emmy Award-winning broadway and film actor
  • Angela Ruggiero ’98 - four-time Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Champion
  • Chris Denorfia '98 - center fielder for the San Diego Padres
  • Hilary Knight '07 - 2010 Olympic Ice Hockey Champion, youngest member of Team USA
Christ School
  • Charles Wright '53 - Poet Laureate of the United States (2014-15)
Christchurch School
  • Bill Easterling - Dean, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State; lead author, Pulitzer Prize-winning United Nations climate change report
  • William Styron - Pulitzer Prize Winner
  • Lewis B. Puller, Jr. - Pulitzer Prize Winner
  • Malcolm Campbell - Former Publisher, SPIN Magazine
  • Vincent Canby - Chief Film Critic, New York Times
  • Bill Broaddus - Former Attorney General, Commonwealth of Virginia
  • John Craine, Jr. - President, SUNY Maritime College
  • Alec Faulkner - Player, Valentine FC (pro soccer)
  • Devin Robinson - Player, Washington Wizards (NBA)
  • Pat Young - Player, Charlotte Hounds (pro lacrosse)
Colorado Rocky Mountain School
  • Oliver Platt '78 - attended CRMS for three years. After graduating, he majored in drama at Tufts University where he made his professional debut on stage. His credits include: “Flatliners” (1990) as Randal Steckle; “Indecent Proposal” (1993) with Robert Redford/
  • Conrad Anker ’82 - is a leading figure in climbing. He is a professional mountaineer who has made breakthrough first ascents throughout the world, from the Himalayans to Antarctica, and Patagonia. He co-authored the book “Lost Explorer.”
  • Susan Meiselas ’66 - is an internationally acclaimed photojournalist. She has been published in Time, the New York Times, Life, and Paris Match. She earned a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and an M.A. in visual education from Harvard University.
Concord Academy
  • Rachel Morrison '96 - Cinematographer, First woman to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography, movies include Black Panther and Mudbound
  • Peter Fisher '74 - Former US Undersecretary of the Treasury
  • Tom Forman '91 - Executive producer
  • Julia Glass '74 - Novelist
  • Sebastian Junger '80 - Novelist and journalist
  • David Lewis '76 - Investigative journalist, CNN
  • Her Majesty Queen Noor '69 - Former Queen of Jordan
  • Tom First '85 - Co-founder, Nantucket Nectars
  • Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg '75 - Lawyer, writer, ambassador, and philanthropist
  • Drew Gilpin Faust '64 - President of Harvard University
Culver Academies
  • Kath Lingenfelter - Television writer and producer (Westworld, Caprica, The Leftovers, House M.D.)
  • Hal Holbrook - Oscar-Nominated Actor
  • Frank Batten - Weather Channel founder
  • George Steinbrenner - New York Yankees owner
  • Bernardo Quintana - Chairman and CEO, ICA Corporation
  • Mitchell Henderson - Head Basketball Coach, Princeton University
  • Molly Engstrom - Two-time Olympian
  • Jon Scieszka - Children's Book Author
  • Dr. Sally Hodder - HIV/AIDS researcher
  • Miles White - Chairman, Former CEO, Abbott Laboratories
Cushing Academy
  • Bette Davis '26 - American actress of film, television, and theater
  • Nate Berkus '90 - American interior designer, author, and television personality
  • John Lilley '91 - Retired American professional ice hockey player and member of 1994 men's U.S. Olympic ice hockey team
  • His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck '99 - King of Bhutan
  • John Cena '95 - American professional wrestler, actor, rapper, and television presenter
  • Tom Poti '96 - American former professional ice hockey player and member of the 2002 silver-medalist men's U.S. Olympic ice hockey team
  • Chris Bourque '04 - American professional ice hockey forward
  • Erika Lawlor '05 - Member of the silver-medalist 2010 women's U.S. Olympic ice hockey team
  • Meghan Duggan '06 - American ice hockey forward and member of the 2010 and 2014 women's U.S. Olympic ice hockey teams (two silver medals) and captain of the 2018 U.S. women's gold-medal Olympic ice hockey team
  • Broc Little '07 - American professional ice hockey forward in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL) and member of the 2018 men's U.S. Olympic ice hockey team
Darlington School
  • Gov. S. Ernest Vandiver Jr. ('36) - Former Gov. of Georgia
  • Cy Twombly ('47) - Contemporary artist whose work can be found in the Guggenheim, the National Gallery of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Dr. John Ochsner ('44) - International medical leader, who has served in many prominent roles including President of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery and President of The International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery.
  • Stephen D. Potts ('34) - Served as Director of the Office of Government Ethics under President George H.W. Bush and President William Jefferson Clinton.
  • Tom Cousins ('48) - Founder of Cousins Properties Inc.
  • Will Muschamp ('90) - Head Football Coach, University of Florida
  • James L. Dickey III ('42) - American poet, novelist, critic, athlete, and hunter with bow and arrow; best-known from his novel
  • Jennifer Wysocki ('90) - Emmy award-winning producer, creator and current host of television's
  • Elson Floyd ('74) - President of Washington State University
Darrow School
  • Charles Conrad - Apollo 12 Commander, third man to walk on the moon
  • Chris 'Mad Dog' Russo - Radio Sportscaster, Author
  • Sam Harper, '79 - Screenplay writer of Cheaper by the Dozen & Cheaper by the Dozen II
  • Bill Hudnut - Former mayor of Indianapolis & Congressman, author
Deerfield Academy
  • King Abdullah - King of Jordan
  • John McPhee - Author
  • Buddy Teevens - Collegiate football coach
  • Matthew Fox - Actor
Delphian School
  • Sky Dayton - Founder of EarthLink and founder and chairman of Boingo Wireless, and a technology investor/entrepreneur.
  • Thad Corea - Drummer (Wild Colonials; Blue Man Group); Jaguar Recording Studio
  • Arwen Dayton - Author
  • Natasha Gray - Artist/sculptor
  • Vivian Gray - Actress (Dread)
  • Sylvan Lionni - Artist
  • Melissa McPhail - Author
  • David O'Donnell - Actor/producer/writer: Air Force One; NCIS; Days of Our Lives
  • Eduardo Olmos - Mayor of Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico
  • Doug Rappoport - Lead guitarist (Edgar Winter)
Dunn School
  • Mike Boone - Inventor of Boone Boards and highly successful serial entrepreneur.
  • Justin Ching '07 - Film maker, professor at USC, and Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient.
  • Nyuol Tong '10 - Founder/Publisher of The Bare Life Review and Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient.
  • Yoky Matsuoka - Co-founder of Google X, CTO of Google Nest.
  • Abu Danladi '19 - MLS recruit and Gatorade National Player of the Year. Currently playing for Nashville Soccer Club.
  • Aiden Terry - Oscar-winning animater who worked with Kobe Bryant.
Eagle Hill School
  • Frank P. Cochrane ‘70 - President, Investment Timing Consultants, Inc.
  • Gurdon (Stan )Wattles '75 - Former Formula 1, Indy Car and International Sports Cars Driver Founder of Metro Racing Systems and GSW Enterprises, LLC Current Board Member: National Center for Learning Disabilities
  • Patrick Taylor McQuown '89 - Inventor, Entrepreneur and Co-founder and President, Proteus Director of Entrepreneurship, James Madison University Two-time Technology and Engineering Emmy Award winner MIT TR 100; granted 2004; MIT Technology Review Magazine's Top 100 people under 35
  • Max Silver '06 - Entrepreneur and Founder, Vertical Groove Golf
Emma Willard School
  • Jane Fonda - Actress
  • Kirsten Gillibrand '84 - U.S. Senator for NY State
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton '32 - Author, lecturer, and chief philosopher of the woman's rights and suffrage movements.
Episcopal High School
  • Senator John McCain '54 - Senator of Arizona, 2008 Presidential Candidate
  • Julian Robertson '51 - Financier, former CEO of Tiger Management
  • Todd Gray '82 - Chef and Owner of DC's Equinox Restaurant
  • T. Berry Brazelton '36 - Renowned Pediatrican and Author
  • Paul de Podesta '91 - Former GM, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Gaston Caperton '59 - President of The College Board, former Governor of West Virginia
  • Lee D. Ainslie '82 - Managing Partner, Maverick Capital
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
  • Jenny Durkan '76 - Attorney, Current Mayor of Seattle. In 2009, President Barack Obama appointed her United States Attorney for the Western District of Washington.
  • Kriss Turner '81 - American/Hollywood screenwriter and producer
  • Lori Dauphiny '81 - Princeton University Rowing Coach, two time National Coach of the Year
  • Yvonne Ochoa Rosellini '86 - Named by Mexican business magazine, Expansión, as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Mexico. Yvonne has had a successful career in banking and finance as a member of the elite executive team of BBVA Bancomer, the largest financial services group in Me
  • Ann Ojemann Jarris ‘90 MD - Physician, Co-founder/Chief Executive Officer for Discovery Health MD
  • Melissa Rice '00 PhD - Member of the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Science Team and Associate Professor of Planetary Science at Western Washington University
  • Kaliswa Brewster '01 - Actor & digital producer, recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle for producing and reading for the weekly podcast “Black Voices Past and Present.”
  • Michelle Hunter-Behrend ’02, MD - Emergency physician. Conducted research under a Nobel-prize winner, attended medical school at New York Medical College and residency training at Stanford.
  • Emily Lapp '03 - Human Resources Officer on the Staff of the Chief of Naval Operations at the Pentagon.
  • Sesana Allen ’14, - Co-founded the Anti-Racism Fund (ARF) highlighting the inequities experienced by the Black Community. The non-profit organization provides a platform to streamline the donation process into targeted organizations that take action to fight injustice.
Fork Union Military Academy
  • Sonny Randle, '54 - Sportscaster, former NFL wide receiver
  • Plaxico Burress, '96 - NFL football player, wide receiver for New York Giants
  • Gen. John T. Chain, Jr., '52 - Former Commander In Chief of the Strategic Air Command
  • Robert S. Bloxom, '55 - Virginia's Secretary of Agriculture
  • Charles Edwin Estes, '43 - CEO of Great Coastal, a nationwide trucking company
  • John Bassett Vaughan, '48 - Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company
  • Edward Telling, '38 - Former Chairman & CEO of Sears
  • Kevin Plank, '91 - President & Founder of Under Armour
  • Billy Campbell, '76 - Actor
  • Lloyd Dobyns, '53 - Fomer NBC News Reporter/Correspondent
Forman School
  • J Seward Johnson II - Bronze Sculptor
  • David Rublin - Member of the band American Authors
  • Richard Henkels - Award-winning cinematographer
  • Eli Gesner - One of the founding members of ZooYork.
  • Mitchell Block - Academy Award winning producer and Academy Award nominated filmmaker
  • Toni Fishman - Owner of Telefunken
  • Shawn Lerner - Owner of Zip-Flyer, LLC, creator of the largest zipline in the world, Las Vegas Slotzilla
  • Blake Miller - Professional lacrosse player
  • Nicholas Kraus - Founder of Wounded Warrior project
  • Leigh H. Perkins - Purchased The Orvis Co., Inc. in 1965 and built it into a significant presence.
Foxcroft School
  • Anne Legendre Armstrong ’45 - First woman appointed the U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain, counselor to Presidents Nixon and Ford, recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • Frances Fitzgerald ’58 - Pulitzer Prize-winning nonfiction author and journalist
  • Sophy Doub Burnham ’54 - Award-winning author
  • Keziah Knight-Pulliam ‘97 - Actress
  • Alison Firestone ’95 - Equestrian
  • Nina Fout '77 - Equestrian and Olympic Bronze Medalist
  • Millicent Fenwick - U.S. Congresswoman (1975-1983)
  • Meri Danquah - Author and NPR commentator
Fryeburg Academy
  • David Rohde - New York Times investigative journalist
  • Rufus Porter - painter and founder of Scientific American
  • Spaulding Gray - actor and playwright
  • Marcus Nash - U.S. olympic nordic ski racer
  • James Farrington - US representative from New Hampshire (1828-1831)
Fulford Academy
  • Brett Dong - Presently, Brett is a registered architect working with Perkins Eastman in New York City, he is a founding member of Gallery JJ in Seoul, and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. He also serves as an undergrad mentor at the University of Toronto.
Garrison Forest School
  • Elizabeth Littlefield '78 - President and CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
  • Lara Schwartz '85 - Vice President of External Affairs for The American Association of People with Disabilities
  • Helen Whitney '61 - Oscar nominated producer, director, and documentary writer
  • Nicole Hansen '12 - Nationally ranked climber
  • Rachel Pohl '74 - Help found ArtCorps, a health and human rights nonprofit
  • Tiffany Thomas '85 - Set Director for HBO's Game Change
  • Learic Cramer '96 - Northrup Grumman engineer and race car driver
  • Julie Bowen '87 - Emmy Award-winning actress
  • Beth Botsford '99 - Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Adele Smith Simmons '59 - President of the Global Philanthropy Partnership, senior advisor to the World Economic Forum, first female dean at Princeton
George School
  • Blythe Danner - Actress
  • George Segal - Actor
  • Stephen Sondheim - Composer
  • Julian Bond - Civil Rights Leader
  • Mario Capecchi - Nobel Laureate (medicine)
  • Barbara Dodd Anderson - Philanthropist
Georgetown Preparatory School
  • Brian Cashman '85 - General Manager - New York Yankees
  • Christopher Dodd '62 - United States Senator
  • A.J. Wood '91 - U.S. National Soccer Player
  • Mo Rocca '87 - Comedian
  • Michael Bidwill '83 - Owner - Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
  • Roy Hibbert '04 - Indiana Pacers Basketball
  • Neil Gorsuch '85 - Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States
  • Brett Kavanaugh '83 - 'Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States
  • Jerome Powell '71 - Chair of the Federal Reserve
Grier School
  • Camila Sodi - Mexican TV star and pop singer - attended Grier as a 9th grader.
  • Marcy Rylan - Soap Opera actress
  • Veronica Velasco - Mexican Green Party Official
Hargrave Military Academy
  • Ward Burton '82 - 2002 Daytona 500 Champion; NASCAR Winston Cup Driver
  • Walter B. Jones '61 - Congressman (R), 3rd District North Carolina
  • Dr. Art Chandler, Jr. '49 - Ophthalmologist; Voice of Duke Basketball
  • MG William Caldwell, IV '72 - Major General, USA - As seen commanding in Iraq
  • Larry Brown '59 - Former NBA Detroit Pistons Head Coach
  • Torry Holt '95 - NFL Player - St. Louis Rams
  • R. Kirk Landon '46 - Former CEO American Bankers Insurance Corp.
  • David West '98 - NBA Player - New Orleans Jazz
  • Scott Street '61 - Attorney - Former president of the Virginia Bar Assosciation
  • Joshua Howard '99 - NBA Player - Dallas Mavericks
Hebron Academy
  • Michael Zane ' 66 - Founder Kryptonite Lock Corporation
  • Sean Morey ' 95 - Wide Receiver Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Ed Stebbins ' 81 - Co-Founder/Owner Gritty McDuffs Brewery
  • Richard Brass ' 69 - Retired Senior VP, Oracle and Microsoft. (first electronic thesaurus and first dictionary-based spelling checker software)
  • Kelso Sutton ' 57 - General Manager of Time, Inc.
  • C. Amy Ehrlich (Skelton) ' 83 - Merchandising Manager, Phish (amoung the highest-grossing touring acts of all time)
  • Robert Curtis ' 91 - Photojournalist, Haiti, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq
  • Irakly Areshidze ' 96 - Political analyst specializing in relations between the U.S. and the Republic of Georgia
  • Ryan E Vachon ' 97 - Forensic Scientist, The Armed Forces DNA Identification Lab
  • John T. Iveson ' 87 - Executive Chef, The Manta Ray Restaurant, Sydney Australia
Hill School
  • James Baker III '48 - Former Secretary of State
  • Norman Pearlstine '60 - Editor-in-chief of Time, Inc
  • Tobias Wolff '64 - Stanford University professor and critically acclaimed author of Old School
  • Oliver Stone '64 - Academy Award-winning producer/director
  • Peter S. Rummell '63 - Chairman and CEO of the Florida real estate and development firm the St. Joe Co.
  • Clark Hoyt '60 - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Washington editor of Knight Ridder/Tribune Information Services
  • Lamar Hunt '51 - Businessman, owner and founder of the Kansas City Chiefs and a creator of the American Football League
Hoosac School
  • Burgess Meredith '26 - Starred as the trainer in the "Rocky" movies as well as the Penguin in "Batman".
Hyde School - Bath, ME
  • Wes Matheny '02 - Nationally Ranked Triathlete - Head Golf Professional, Golden Bear Golf Club, Hilton Head, SC
  • Alicia McFarren '98 - Cornell Alum, NY Medical College, Pediatric Resident at Children National Medical Center
  • Jessica Most '97 - University of Miami, Miami Law, Trial Lawyer, Deerfield Beach, FL
  • Stuart Jones ’78 - Former United States Ambassador to Iraq
  • Jessica Jackson Sloan ’01 - Human Rights Attorney
  • Jim Irving ’71 - Co-Chief Executive Officer of J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI), a diverse family owned company with operations in Canada and the United States
  • Robert Irving ’73 - Co-Chief Executive Officer of J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI), a diverse family owned company with operations in Canada and the United States
  • Shannon Curry ’98 - Dr. Shannon Curry is a licensed clinical psychologist serving as Director of the Curry Psychology Group, a practice she founded in Newport Beach, CA out of a commitment to bring high-quality psychological services to any and all individuals, couples, and
  • Al McClain ’80 - Youth Mentor & Community Leader; For decades, Al McClain has been recognized throughout greater Boston as a committed advocate for and dedicated mentor of youth from all walks of life. Whether as a coach and director with various Boston youth organization
Idyllwild Arts Academy
  • Shepard Fairey - Graphic Artist and Designer
  • Neal Beasley - Princess Grace Award Winner - Modern Dance, Trisha Brown Dance Company
  • Orpheo McChord - Percussionist, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros
  • Casey Abrams - American Idol 2011 Finalist
  • Trevor Hall - Recording Artist
  • Marin Ireland - Tony Award Nominated Actress
  • Elora Hardy - Founder of IBUKU in Bali, Indonesia
  • Cristy Candler - Broadway Musical Theater Actress
  • Vesselin Gelev - Associate Concertmaster - London Philharmonic
  • Liang Wang - Principal Oboe - New York Philharmonic
Iolani School
  • Dr. Sun Yat-sen (1882) - Chinese philosopher, physician, politician, served as first president of the Republic of China
  • Guy Kawasaki '72 - Venture Capitalist, Author, Former Chief Evangelist of Apple
  • Angela Aki '96 - Singer/Songwriter
  • Bobby Webster '02 - General Manager for the Toronto Raptors
  • Kawika Shoji '06 - Team USA Olympic Volleyball Medalist
  • Shenan Brown '99 - Lead vocalist of pop band 'Def Tech"
  • Aaron Kandell '01 - Screenwriter and producer
  • Jordan Kandell '01 - Screenwriter and producer
Kents Hill School
  • Leon Leonwood Bean - Founder of L.L. Bean, Freeport, Maine
  • Alden J. Blethen - Publisher of The Seattle Daily Times
Kimball Union Academy
  • Ernest Everett Just - African American biologist
  • Dana Stone - Vietnam War photographer
  • Chester Bradley Jordan - Governor of New Hampshire
  • Kathryn Woodman Leighton - artist
  • Augustus Washington - African American photographer
  • Andrew Wheating - Olympian
  • F. Lee Bailey - defense attorney
  • Kasim Edebali - NFL football player
  • Steven Sotloff - journalist
  • Richard Aitson - Native American poet
La Lumiere School
  • John Roberts '73 - The Chief Justice of the United States of America
  • Jim Gaffigan '84 - Actor, Comedian
  • Paris Barclay '74 - Television Director and Producer
  • Jaren Jackson Jr. '17 - NBA Player
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
Lake Tahoe Preparatory School
  • Christopher Harlem - VOSS WATER ASA Founder CEO, HARLEM FOODS AG
  • Martin Rasinger - CEO, BagJump Action Sports
Lawrence Academy
  • Tim Armstrong - AOL Chairman and CEO
  • Dana Messina - CEO and owner of Steinway Piano
  • Audrey McNiff - Managing Director at Goldman Sachs
  • Page McConnell - Keyboard player for Phish
  • Steve Heinze - '88 Olympian in men's hockey and former NHL player for Boston Bruins and LA Kings
  • Laurie Baker - Three time Olympian in women's hockey
  • Antoine Wright - NBA player for Dallas Mavericks
  • Tyler Beede - Player for the San Francisco Giants
Lawrenceville School
  • Michael Eisner 1960 - Former CEO, The Walt Disney Company
  • Huey Lewis 1967 - Musician/singer
  • Horace Porter 1854 - Brigadier General in Civil War, Medal of Honor Winner, Grant's White House Secretary
  • Jay Carney 1983 - White House Press Secretary
  • Fox Butterfield 1957 - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, The New York Times
  • Joakim Noah 2004 - NBA player, Chicago Bull
  • James Merrill 1943 - Author, The Changing Light at Sandover
  • Bobby Sanguinetti 2006 - NHL player, New York Rangers
Loomis Chaffee
  • George P. Shultz '38 - Former Secretary of State
  • Ella T. Grasso '36 - Former Governor of Connecticut
  • Diana Farrell '83 - Founding president and chief executive officer of the JPMorgan Chase Institute
  • Henry R. Kravis '63 - Co-founder, co-chairman, co-CEO KKR
  • James Widdoes '72 - Actor, writer, director, and producer
  • Betty Gilpin '04 - Emmy-nominated television (GLOW), film, and stage acctress.
  • Nana Mensah '01 - actress, writer, singer, and director
  • David Edelstein '77 - Film critic for New York magazine and for National Public Radio’s Fresh Air
  • Jason Wu '01 - Fashion designer (designed First Lady Michelle Obama's inaugural ball gowns and other pieces for the first lady)
  • Frank Bruni ’82 - Author, journalist, The New York Times and the New York Times Magazine
Lyndon Institute
  • Judi St. Hilaire - Olympic Athlete
  • Andrew Johnson - Olympic Athlete
  • Moses Pendleton - Founder of dance company MOMIX
  • Walter H. Cleary - Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court
Maharishi School
  • Heather Hartnett - CEO, Founding Partner: Human Ventures
  • Ari Berman - Author of Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America and Herding Donkeys. Writer for The Nation magazine
  • Jennie Rothenberg Gritz - Senior Editor of Smithsonian Magazine
  • Wells Butler - co-founder of Ice Cream Castles (children's contemporary clothing)
  • Jonathan Jarvis - Co-Founder & CEO at Token
  • Zachary Sluser - director/filmmaker of short films and music videos featured worldwide
  • Jonathan Sherr - actor; star of My Darling is a Foreigner, Love in Tokyo, and the web series English Teachers.
  • Heather Chase - author; founder of Models with Conscience, an international group promoting cruelty-free, eco-conscious causes
  • Geoff Boothby - award-winning director/filmmaker (Wormtooth Nation 2008)
  • Cullen Thomas - award-winning film editor and lighting designer (Wormtooth Nation, 2008)
Maine Central Institute
  • Sam Cassell - Post Graduate Basketball
  • Caron Butlet - Post Graduate Basketball
  • Lori Celeste - Bossov Ballet Theatre
  • Johanna Reuter - Bossov Ballet Theatre
Marvelwood School
  • Jake Burton Carpenter '71 - Jake Burton Carpenter, also known as Jake Burton, is an American snowboarder and founder of Burton Snowboards and one of the inventors of the modern day snowboard.
  • Blair Patterson '98 - Blair's work for Estée Lauder has been featured on The View, The Today Show and TLC's iVillage, as well as in Nylon and O Magazines and on the covers of Time Out New York and Harper's Bazaar.
  • Nicholas Benson '83 - Nick was awarded the National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship, and in 2010, he was named a MacArthur Fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Maur Hill - Mount Academy (MH-MA)
  • Lufti Firdaus '88 - Indonesia Ambassador to the United States
  • Steve Bartulica '88 - Croatian Parliament. Professor at Catholic University of Croatia in Zagreb
McCallie School
  • Ted Turner '56 - CNN Founder
  • Howard Baker '43 - Former Senate Majority Leader, White House Chief of Staff, and Ambassador to Japan
  • Jon Meacham '87 - Editor of Newsweek and best-selling author
  • Bill Brock '49 - Former Senator and Secretary of Labor
  • James Killian '21 - Former President of MIT
  • Ralph McGill '17 - Pulitzer Prize winning editor of the Atlanta Constitution
  • Zach Wamp '76 - Current member of the House of Representatives
  • Carroll Campbell '58 - Former Governor of South Carolina
  • John M. Belk '39 - President of Belk Department Stores Inc.
  • Olin Mills II '48 - Chairman of the Board, Olan Mills Inc.
Mercersburg Academy
  • Jimmy Stewart '28 - Academy Award-winning actor
  • Benicio Del Toro '85 - Academy Award- and Golden Globe Award-winning actor
  • Melvin Stewart '88 - Olympic Gold Medal swimmer
  • Michael Davies '85 - Emmy Award-winning producer, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
  • Rebecca Lowe '99 - NBC sportscaster; former ESPN UK and BBC sports journalist
Middlesex School
  • Steve Carell - Actor
  • Kevin Systrom - Co-founder of Instagram
  • Sarah Leary - Cofounder of Nextdoor
  • William Hurt - Academy Award Winning Actor
  • Anthony Lake - Executive Director, Unicef
  • Li Chung Pei - Architect
  • Cass Sunstein - Head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
  • Sarah Leary - Co-Founder of Nextdoor
  • Martin Hoffman - US Secretary of the Army
  • Joseph Kahn - Managing Editor, The New York Times
Miss Hall's School
  • Lucy Adams Billings '66 - New York State Supreme Court Justice
  • Barbara Cooperman '73 - Executive VP, Market Communications and Corporate Relations, Elsevier
  • Jean Erdman '34 - An influential figure in the world of modern dance and part of the Martha Graham Dance Company; was on the faculty of Columbia University and New York University; was the wife of mythologist Joseph Campbell until his death in 1987.
  • Paula Leuchs Moats '72 - Senior VP, Laconia Capital Corporation
  • Susan O'Day '77 - Exec VP: Enterprise Technology/CIO, Walt Disney Co
  • Molly Shepard '64 - President and CEO, The Leader's Edge
  • Stacey Sotirhos '89 - Instructional Support Specialist, New York City Board of Education
  • Kari Steinert '85 - Big Foote Music, composer and musician for commercials and films
  • Dian Adams Toland '72 - Project Director of Construction and Restoration, The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation
  • Catherine Foster '95 - Architect, Pei Cobb Freed + Partners
Miss Porter's School
  • Notable Alumnae - www.porters.org/alumnae
Missouri Military Academy
  • Mr. Dale Dye, 1962 - Author, Actor and Military advisor to many Hollywood movies
  • Tony Gervino, 1984 - Senior vice president of culture and content at TIDAL, a global music entertainment platform. Co-founder of two leading media brand magazines: SLAM, a basketball magazine, and XXL, a hip-hop magazine.
  • Michael Aubuchon, 1994 - Leading game designer who has contributed to the creation of some of the most well-known games in the industry, including “Doom,” “Rage,” and the “America’s Army” saga
  • Venustiano Reyes, 1988 - World-renown composer and musician and composer
  • Dr. William Burch, 1989 - Medical director of Methodist North Hospital in Tennessee and program medical director of the Sound Emergency Medicine Fellowship in Texas and Louisiana
  • General Clifton Cates, 1910 - 19th Commandant of the US Marine Corp
  • Mr. Joaquin Dabdoub, 1981 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan
  • Bridgadier General Carl Tegtmeier, 1962 - Former Deputy Commanding General, 102nd Army Reserve Command
  • Mark Ledford, 1978 - Famous jazz trumpeter, vocalist and guitarist
  • Jesús Guzmán, 1985 - Stand up comedian, late night talk show host
Montverde Academy
  • D'Angelo Russell '14 - Drafted into the NBA and currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets.
  • Ben Simmons '15 - Drafted into the NBA and currently plays for the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • Luc Mbah a Moute '05 - Drafted into the NBA and currently plays for the Los Angeles Clippers.
  • Francisco Lindor '11 - Drafted into the MLB, Top 10, and currently plays for the Cleveland Indians
  • Diego Campos '14 - Drafted into the MLS and currently plays for the Chicago Fire.
  • Matheus Silva '15 - Was drafted into the United Soccer League and plays for the Swope Park Rangers. At age 18, he was the youngest international signing in franchise history.
  • Ingrid Hoffman '83 - TV Personality Simply Delicioso
  • Shea Holbrook '08 - Race Car Driver (Perelli World Circuit)
  • Charles Grier '48 - Was VP for Dr. Pepper bottling and at one point was one of two people who knew the recipe.
  • Devon Wright '98 - Freelance Producer and has worked on promos for Monday Night Football and various TV networks, music videos for The Weekend
Mount Michael Benedictine School
  • Zach Nelson - CEO of NetSuite, Inc.
  • Mike McCarthy - Chairman and Co-Founder of McCarthy Group, LLC
  • Kevin Kennedy - Screenwriter/Producer- The Assassination of Richard Nixon, The Defenders
  • Most Reverend William Dendinger - Bishop of the Grand Island, NE Diocese
  • Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. - President of Creighton University
Nancy Campbell Academy
  • Dr. Lita Cameron MD - Dr. Lita Cameron helping St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton in the fight against coronavirusWritten by: Mike PearsonAs millions of Canadians retreat to their homes for social and physical distancing in the fight against coronavirus, Dr. Lita Camer
  • Marjan Alison - Attorney at Mayer Brown LLP in Chicago one of the worlds leading law firms.
  • Dr. Alex Miloff - PHD, Research in Clinical Psychology, Technology-based Interventions, & Global Health
New Hampton School
  • Cayla Barnes '17 - Member of the United States Women's Hockey Team and Olympic Gold Medalist at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
  • Dempsey Arsenault '15 - Member of Brave, one of the three teams associated with the Women's Professional Lacrosse League.
  • Ed Cooley '88 - Head coach of Mens basketball at Providence College.
  • Wes Miller '01 - Head coach of Mens basketball at UNC Greensboro.
New Mexico Military Institute
  • Conrad Hilton - Founder Hilton Hotels
  • Roger Staubach - US Naval Academy Graduate, NFL Football Hall of Fame, Heisman Trophy Winner
  • Victor Lowndes - Co-founder Playboy Enterprises
  • Anthony Principi - former Secretary of Veterans Affairs, US Naval Academy Graduate
  • Honorable Frank White - former governor of Arkansas
  • Bill Daniels - Daniels Foundation, father of cable TV in America
  • Austin Cushman - former CEO Sears
  • Owen Wilson - Writer/Producer/Actor, Academy Award Nominee
  • Norm Brinker - former CEO Pillsbury, CEO/Owner Chili's
  • LTG Gordon Sumner, USA Ret - Presidential Advisor, US Army General Officer
North Country School
  • Eileen Rockefeller Growald - Author and philanthropist
  • Richard Rockefeller - Physician and philanthropist
  • Robel Teklemariam - Olympian (cross-country skiing)
  • David Loud - Musician and conductor
  • Matt Salinger - Actor, son of author JD Salinger
  • David Sloan Wilson - Evolutionary biologist
  • Yasmin Aga Khan - Philanthropist
  • Adam Guettel - Composer and lyricist; Tony award winner
  • Jessica Tuck - Actress
  • Guillaume de Ramel - Philanthropist
North Cross School
  • Will Dichtel ’96 - MacArthur Fellow, Guggenheim Fellow, Northwestern University chemist who helped pioneer the development of porous polymers known as covalent organic frameworks.
  • Liza Mundy ’78 - New York Times Best selling biographer of Michelle Obama, her most recent book "Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II is a national best-seller.
Northfield Mount Hermon
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti '37 - Beat-generation poet; co-owner of City Lights Bookstore and publishing house
  • Laura Linney ’82 - Academy Award-nominated actress; films include The Savages, The Nanny Diaries, Kinsey, You Can Count on Me
  • Uma Thurman ’88 - Academy Award-nominated actress; films include The Producers, Pulp Fiction, Dangerous Liaisons
  • S. Prestley Blake ’34 - Cofounder, Friendly Ice Cream
  • Amy Domini ’68 - Founder and CEO of Domini Social Investments; creator of the Domini 400 Social Index; author of Socially Responsible Investing and The Challenges of Wealth
  • William Rhodes ’53 - President, chairman, and CEO of Citibank, NA; senior vice chairman of Citigroup
  • Arn Chorn-Pond ’86 - Founder of Children of War, Peacemakers, and Cambodia Master performers Program; winner of Reebok Human Rights Award
  • Kimmie Weeks ’01 - Liberian child rights activist, UN advisor, director of Youth Action International/Peace for Kids
  • Dallas Baker ’02 - Wide receiver for University of Florida Gators (winner 2006–07 college football national championship)
  • Frank Shorter ’65 - Founding chairman of US Anti-Doping Agency; TV sports commentator; earned gold medal in 1972 Olympic marathon and silver in 1976
Northwood School
  • Eleanor Powell '80 - Executive Director, Investor Relations at The Estee Lauder Companies Inc
  • Theodore Davidge Lockwood ‘42 - Former President of Trinity College, 1968-1981
  • Mike Richter '85 - 1988, 1998, 2002 Olympics, Ice Hockey
  • Dr. Amanda Donohue ‘94 - Cardiologist with Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center
  • Darcy Prime ‘73 Owner - Darcy Prime Consulting, Former Assistant Director of Admissions, Stanford University
  • Thomas Vonn '94 - 2002 Olympics, Alpine Skiing
  • Nancy Kirhoffer ‘82 - Post Production Supervisor, Hollywood Film Industry
  • Andrew Weibrecht '03 - 2010, 2014 Olympics, Alpine Skiing
  • Craig Randall '61 - Mayor Lake Placid, NY
  • Brad Olch '69 - Former Mayor, Park City, Utah
Oak Hill Academy
  • Carmelo Anthony - NBA Player
  • Rajon Rondo - NBA Player
  • Quinn Cook - NBA Player
  • Jordan Adams - NBA Player
  • Cory Alexander - NBA Player
  • Keldon Johnson - 2021 US Olympian
Oakwood Friends School
  • Juan Williams - Political Commentator, Journalist, Author
  • Hugo Sonnenschein - President Emeritus, University of Chicago
  • Mark Strand - Pulitzer Prize winning poet and former Poet Laureate of the United States
  • Bonnie Raitt - Musician, Political Activist
  • Jarvis, Thomas and Peter Rockwell - Sons of painter Norman Rockwell
  • Robert Turner - Internationally known ceramist
  • Lucretia Mott - Quaker, abolitionist, women's rights activist, and social reformer who helped launch the women's rights movement, the 1st Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, NY, which ignited the fight for women suffrage, earning women the right to vote in the USA
  • Jonathan Talbot - An American collage artist, painter, and printmaker. He also is the creator of an innovative collage technique that eliminates liquid adhesives from the collage-assembly process.
  • Keith Bunin - Keith Bunin is an American dramatist and screenwriter. More recently known for writing "Onward", the computer-animated urban fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures.
  • Jennifer Yee - Discovered a planet. Awarded a Carl Sagan Exoplanet Postdoctoral Fellowship by NASA, and currently based at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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) - 2010 winner, USEA Gold Cup Series CIC3* division, Galway Downs International Horse Trials
Oregon Episcopal School
  • Virginia Euwer Wolff - Author of books for young adults
  • Jon Robinson - Actor
Perkiomen School
  • Al Dubin - Composer (42nd Street, Song Writers Hall of Fame)
  • General Carl Spaatz - Pioneer of Military Aviation and a Founding Father of the US Air Force
  • John Cecil Holm - Playwright (Best Foot Forward, Three Men on a Horse, etc.)
  • Harold Schaeffer - Medical Pioneer in the area of Immune Deficiency
  • Wallace Reid - Silent Film Starr (The Roaring Road, Double Speed, Excuse My Dust)
  • David Orenstein - Former CEO of Aero Bed
  • David Sabin - CEO of Salton Products
  • Richard Kosron - Former producer of
  • Jose Morales - Major League Baseball Player
  • Dustin Wimmer - Cahmpion AMA ATV Pro Motorcross Champion
Phillips Academy Andover
  • President George Bush - 41st President of the United States
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes - Poet, literary leader and doctor
  • Benjamin Spock - Author; authority on child-rearing; anti-war activist
  • Jack Lemmon - Academy Award-winning actor
  • President George W. Bush - 43rd President of the United States
  • Julia Alvarez - Poet, novelist, and author
  • Frederick Law Olmstead - designed NYC's Central Park
  • Christopher Hughes - co-founded Facebook and served as online strategist for Obama campaign
  • Rebecca Dowling Adams - US's first female Top Gun pilot
Phillips Exeter Academy
  • Mark Zuckerberg - Founder and CEO, Facebook
  • Dan Brown - Bestselling Author, The Da Vinci Code
  • Pauline Chiou - Award-winning Anchor and Correspondent, CNN Hong Kong
  • Win Butler - Lead Vocalist and Songwriter of Grammy Award-winning band Arcade Fire
  • John Knowles - Author, A Separate Peace
  • John Irving - Bestselling Author and Academy Award-winning Screenwriter, The World According to Garp, The Cider House Rules
  • Suzy Welch - Bestselling Author, Television Commentator and Noted Business Journalist
  • Pierre S. Du Pont - President, Du Pont; Chair and President, General Motors Corporation
  • Robert Todd Lincoln - Son of President Abraham Lincoln, US Secretary of War
  • Daniel Webster - US Senator from Massachusetts
Portsmouth Abbey School
  • Christopher Buckley - writer and political satirist; former Managing Editor of Esquire Magazine; chief speech writer for Vice President George H. W. Bush; author of Thank You for Smoking
  • John E. Pepper, Jr. - Chairman of the Walt Disney Company
  • Robert F. Kennedy - U.S. Senator from New York; U.S. Attorney General
  • Edward M. Kennedy - U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
  • Peter M. Flanigan - Assistant to President Richard Nixon
  • Benedict Fitzgerald - American screenwriter - In Cold Blood, Wise Blood; co-wrote Aramaic, Hebrew, and Latin screenplay for The Passion of the Christ
  • Charlie Day - actor, writer, executive producter - It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  • William Ruckelshaus - first Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency; former FBI director and U.S. Deputy Attorney General
Proctor Academy
  • Matt Nathanson - Musician and Performer
  • Travis Warren - Founder and President, Whipple Hill Communications
  • Robert Richardson - Oscar Winning Cinematographer (Platoon, JFK, The Aviator, Kill Bill)
  • Jerome Dyson - Former UCONN current pro basketball player
  • Heather Moore - Jewelry Designer/Marketer
  • Josh Walden - Broadway Actor
  • Bob Beattie - Former US Alpine Ski Team Head Coach and Television Commentator
  • Alan Shepard - Astronaut
  • Cole Williams - Television Actor (Entourage, Scrubs, 8 Simple Rules)
  • Carl Van Loan, Jed Hinkley - US Olympians, US Ski Team Nordic Combined
Ridley College
  • David Dodge - Former Governor of the Bank of Canada
  • Colm Feore - Actor
  • Sam McGlone - Canadian Triathlete
  • Raine Maida - Musician
  • Peter Gzowski - Journalist
  • Michael Sabia - Former CEO and President of Bell Canada (BCE)
  • John Crossingham - Musician
  • Sophie & Katherine Kallinis - Owners and reality TV stars of DC Cupcakes
  • Bruce Croxon - 'Dragon' on CBC's Dragons' Den - Co-founder of Lavalife
  • Nicholas Paine - Co-founder of Lavalife
Riverside Military Academy
  • John Bassett - Bassett Furniture
  • Ira Middleberg (1966) - Attorney, Middleberg, Riddle & Gianna - New Orleans
  • Luis Proenza (1962) - President, University of Akron
  • Governor Felix Gonzales Canto - State of Quintana Roo, Mexico
  • Tommy Prothro (1938) - former coach with the LA Rams and San Diego Chargers
  • ADM. David McDonald (1924) - former U.S. Chief of Naval Operations (1963-1967)
  • Judge E.J. Salcines - Retired Judge, Florida Appellate Court
  • Mike Neveaux - Retired Chief Pilot, Los Angeles Police Dept. Air Support Division
  • Cee Lo Green - Singer and Actor
  • Peter Lyons - Retired Lawyer, California; Author
Rock Point School
  • James Graham - CEO and Founder of Community Phone
  • Jo Dee Messina - Country Singer, winner of Academy of Country Music's Top Female Artist of the year, and the CMA's Horizon Award.
Saint Andrew's School
  • Morgan Pressel - LPGA Tour member
  • Vincent Spadea - Former professional tennis player
  • Corina Maorairu - Former professional tennis player
  • Tinsley Ellis - Blues artist
  • Kevin Steele - District Attorney, Pennsylvania
Saint Bede Academy
  • Ross Kenseth, '11 - Professional NASCAR Driver
  • JA Happ, '01 - MLB Pitcher, Toronto Blue Jays
  • Kathleen McCullough, '99 - Producer at MSNBC
  • John Levisay, '85 - Founder and Co: Craftsy
  • Jennifer Narog Sucher, '81 - Executive Counsel, GE Corporation
  • Angelo Perino, '80 - Vice President, IBM North America Enterprise
  • Dr. Michael Stuart, '75 - Director Sports Medicine, Mayo Clinic Men's Olympic Team Chief Medical Officer, USA Hockey
  • Dr. Lyle Micheli, '58 - Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Saint James School
  • James Holloway - Former Chair, Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Alfred T. Mahan - 19th century naval strategist, author of The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660–1783
Saint Mary's School
  • Bevin Prince '00 - Actress, known for "One Tree Hill"
  • Alex Marshall-Brown '03 - Actress, stunt woman
  • Sara Rose Nordgren '00 - Writer, Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize-winner
  • Anne Russell '43 - Broadway star, "Hello, Dolly!"
  • Betty Ray McCain '50 - First female to lead the NC Democratic Party
  • Mary Dana Hinton '88 - Hollins University President
  • Betty Debnam Hunt '49 - Founder and creator of the Mini Pages
  • Cara Bayley Bosca '41 - Women’s Airforce Service Pilot, WWII
  • Raven McDonald '96 - Women's professional soccer player, New York Power
  • Marjorie Buckley Bryant '60 - Founder, NC Outward Bound
Saint Stanislaus High School
  • Felix Blanchard '42 - 1945 Heisman Trophy Recipient
Santa Catalina School
  • Dr. Cynara Coomer - A surgeon who anchors a health Segment on Fox News
  • Monica C. Lozano - Publisher and CEO of the Spanish language La Opinión newspaper in Los Angeles
  • Kate Mitchell - CEO and co-founder of Scale Venture Partners and chairman of the National Venture Capital Association
  • Wendy Clark Duffy - Associate Justice, California Court of Appeal, Sixth District
  • Pamela Butler - Superior Court judge, Monterey County
  • Catie Ryan - Sustainable Infrastructure Research; Analyst, Terrapin Bright Green
  • Teresa Barger - CEO, Cartica Capital
  • Terry Durkin Wilkinson - Council Member, Texas Health and Human Services Commission
  • Abigail Folger - Civil rights activist, coffee heiress
Shady Side Academy
  • David McCullough '51 - Pulitzer Prize winning author
  • Bentley Weiner '92 - VP and Senior Producer, HBO Sports
  • Christian Borle '91 - Broadway actor, Tony Award recipient
  • Courtney Hershey Bress '92 - Principal Harpist, Colorado Symphony Orchestra
  • Jonathan Zittrain '87 - Professor of Law, Harvard University, Former Chair of FCC Open Internet Advisory Committee
  • Nia Phillips '08 - Producer Good Morning America, Emmy Award recipient
  • Chris Meyer '84 - Research Zoologist, Smithsonian Institute
  • Marisa Muscari '01 - Senior Manager, Activision
  • Peter Ackerman '88 - Actor, writer, producer. Ice Age films and the Amazon series, The Americans
Southern Preparatory Academy
  • Bucky Heard - The Righteous Brothers
  • Jeremy Farber - CEO of Securis Technologies
  • Mario Camara - Head of Saxo Bank
Southwestern Academy
  • Tom and Dick Smothers - Entertainers
  • Pete McCloskey - Congressman
  • Riki Ellison - Pro football; political action head
  • George Ruhlen - Medal of Honor winner
  • Nikola Stajszczak - Polish Model
Saint Andrew's School, DE
  • Ed Strong - Broadway producer
  • Dennis Blair - Former Director of National Intelligence and former United States Navy four-star admiral
  • Michael Whalen - Winner of 2 Emmy Awards, composer of over 650 television and film scores
  • Bulent Atalay - Physicist and author
  • Erin Burnett - News anchor for CNBC
  • Hume Horan - American diplomat and ambassador to five countries
  • Loundon Wainwright III - American songwriter, folk singer, humorist, and actor
  • Kirk Varnedoe - American art historian and writer
  • Dominic Seiterle - Canadian rower, Olympic gold medalist
  • Maggie Rogers - American musician, singer-songwriter, and producer
Saint Andrew's-Sewanee School
  • James Agee - Pulitzer-prize winning writer
  • Kix Brooks '73 - Grammy-award winning singer, host of American Country Countdown
  • Elisabeth Rohm '91 - Television and movie actress
  • Rachel Bonds '01 - Playwright
  • Dr. George P. Garrett, Jr. '46 - Poet Laureate of Virginia
  • Stephen Alvarez '83 - National Geographic Photographer
  • Sean Bridgers '86 - Television and movie actor
  • Eban Goodstein '78 - Economist, author, and environmental educator
  • Mike deGruy '69 - Documentary Film Maker
  • Brian Jordan Alvarez '05 - Actor, Writer, Filmmaker
Saint Croix Academy
  • Jacob '08 - Johns Hopkins Medical School Graduate and Multiple Awards as a Concert Vocalist
  • Thao '10 - Scholarship covering 87% of university costs and 100% of medical costs. Multiple awards in service, Vietnam.
  • Daniel '99 - Valedictorian, Cornell University, Senior Business Executive at Capital One
  • Megan '09 - Chulalongkorn University, Multiple awards in art and photography.
  • Dan '05 - Speaker, Presenter and Analyst at JP Morgan Financial.
Saint George's School
  • Howard Dean - Class of 1966 - Former Vermont Governor & DNC Chairman
  • Sylvester Monroe - Class of 1969 - Journalist, formerly at Newsweek, Time, and Ebony magazines
  • Claiborne Pell - Class of 1936 - U.S. Senator from Rhode Island
  • Diane Nelson - Class of 1985, president of DC Entertainment from 2009 to 2018, and president and chief content officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment from 2013 to 2018
  • William Vanderbilt - Class of 1919 - Governor of Rhode Island
  • Julie Bowen - Class of 1987 - Actress - "Modern Family"
  • Anthony Mason - Class of 1974 - CBS News senior correspondent
  • Chrissy Houlahan - Class of 1985, U.S. Rep. from Pennsylvania Sixth District
  • Kimberly Drew - Class of 2008, American art curator and writer. She is best known as the former social media manager for the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Ogden Nash - Class of 1920, poet
Saint John's Northwestern Academies
  • Daniel Gerber 1916 - Founder and president of Gerber Baby Foods
  • Howard Woodin 1918 - Member of Marquette University Hall of Fame and Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame for football
  • Spencer Tracy 1919 - Distinguished actor; Academy Award winner; appeared in over 70 films
  • Arthur Wermuth 1932 - Major, U.S. Army; World War II hero
  • Edward Noble 1946 - Entrepreneur; developer; and manufacturer; served as a member of President Ronald Regan's staff
  • C. Roosevelt Boettiger 1948 - Grandson of President Franklin D. Roosevelt; U.S. delegate to the United Nations
  • William J. Janklow 1954 - Governor of South Dakota for four terms, longer than anyone in state history
  • Ty Warner 1962 - Founder and C.E.O. of Beanie Babies, Inc., a leader in the toy industry
  • Jay Graf 1966 - Founder and C.E.O. of Guidant Corp., a leader in the heart monitoring field
  • Martin Torrijos Espino 1981 - Former President of Panama from 2004 to 2009
Saint Johnsbury Academy
  • Calvin Coolidge - President of the United States
Saint Mark's School
  • Ben Bradlee - Former editor, The Washington Post
  • Tarah Donoghue - Former Deputy Press Secretary to Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States from May 2006 to August 2007; worked for former Vice President Dick Cheney
  • Thomas Kean - Former New Jersey governor; former chairman of the 9/11 Commission; former president of Drew University
  • Julie Kennedy - Founder and leader of AMERICA SCORES; President of the Mycelium Group
  • Suzanne P. King - US Olympic cross country skier, 1994 and 1998 Olympic games
  • Robert Lowell - Former sixth Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress; Pulitzer Prize recipient; National Book Award recipient; National Book Critics Circle Award recipient
  • Ashley Merriman - Premier Chef at Branzino in Seattle, WA; former contestant on Top Chef Season 6
  • Storey Musgrave - Astronaut
  • Georgia Chaffee Nassikas - Artist
  • Scott Young - Retired American professional ice hockey right winger; First round draft pick, 11th overall in 1986 by Hartford Whalers; played on the U.S. National Team; played on three Winter Olympic teams 1988, 1992, and 2002; won 2 Stanley Cups in 1991 and 1996
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 and Slack
  • Kenneth Oppel '85 - Award-winning author
  • Manoj Sood '81 - Star of CBC's hit show Little Mosque on the Prairie
  • Bryce Soderberg '98 - Musician and member of band "Lifehouse"
Saint Paul's School
  • John Kerry - U.S. Senator, Massachusetts
  • Garry Trudeau - Cartoonist, Doonesbury
  • Robert Mueller - Director, FBI
  • Lorene Cary - Author/Speaker
  • Jeff Halpern - NHL All-Star
  • Hobey Baker - Renowned hockey star and World War I war hero
  • Edward Harkness - Philanthropist
  • William Randolph Hearst - Newspaper publisher
  • Nick Stoller - Filmmaker and Producer
Saint Thomas More School
  • Andre Drummond - NBA All-Star Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Yuta Watanabe - NBA Toronto Raptors
  • Eric Paschall - NBA Golden State Warriors
Stanstead College
  • Mark Jankowski - Class of 2012, Calgary Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins
  • Kevin O'Leary - Canadian businessman
Stuart Hall School
  • Juliette Gordon Low (Class of 1879) - Founder of the Girl Scouts
  • Marijane Meeker (Class of 1945) - Publishes as M.E. Kerr, winner of the ALA Margaret Edwards Award
  • Annette Smith Parker (Class of 1969) - Vice President, Dickinson College
  • Anne McCaffrey (Class of 1944) - Winner of both the Hugo and Nebula Awards
  • Dejon Mayberry (Class of 1947) - Speech writer for Pres. Gerald Ford
  • Kelly Driscoll (Class of 1996) - Alum of and Faculty of Rhode Island School of Design
  • Denise Wooldridge (Class of 1976) - An executive at Kraft Foods
Subiaco Academy
  • Henry Wheeler - Harvard, Harvard Professor, Author
Suffield Academy
  • Leigh Perkins - President and CEO, Orvis
  • James Tisch - CEO, Loews Corporation
  • Grace Oboma-Layat - Legal Aid Society NY
  • Barry Scherr - Former Provost, Dartmouth College
  • Archer Mayor - Best-selling mystery writer
  • Vinnie Del Negro - NBA basketball player and coach
  • May Chow - World renowned chef
  • John Adler - Stanford Neurosurgeon
  • Jack Robinson - Green Investor
  • Christian Wilkins - NFL Miami Dolphins
Taejon Christian International School
  • Jennifer Song - Professional Golfer with the LPGA Tour
  • Irene Kim - International fashion designer and model
TASIS The American School in Switzerland
  • Jack Savoretti - Italian-English musician
  • Billy Zane - American actor and producer
  • Laura Wasser - American divorce attorney for Angelina Jolie
  • Ferit Sahenk - Turkish businessman
  • Jeanie Cunningham - American performer, composer, songwriter, producer, and writer
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Athenian School
  • Phillip Bennett - Geology Professor, Univ. of Texas, Austin
  • Benjamin Brandzel - MoveOn.org Student Action Founder
  • Greg Sherwood Cohalen - Emmy Award-Winning Public Broadcasting Anchor
  • Craig Debro - KTVU 2, Oakland, Television News Reporter
  • Joan Haratani - Attorney, San Francisco Bar Association President
  • Carol Moldaw - Noted Poet, Winner of the Field Prize
  • Douglas Perednia - Physician, Business Executive, Entrepreneur
  • Korshied Samad - Journalist, Bureau Chief, Afghan Nonprofit Org. Founder
  • Jackie Thomas - Nike Executive, Athenian School Trustee
  • Andrew Wistrich - United States District Magistrate Judge
Bolles School
  • Caroline Barlow '07 - 2010 Rhodes Scholar and US Naval Academy Brigade Commander
  • Joseph Kittinger '46 - US Air Force pilot, performed highest and fastest skydive over 100,000 feet as key member of Project Excelsior
  • Ryan Murphy '13 - 6-time Olympic gold medal swimmer
  • Travis Tygart '89 - CEO, United States Anti-Doping Agency
  • Chipper Jones '90 - 7-time Major League Baseball All-Star with the Atlanta Braves, 1999 MVP, 1995 World Champion
  • Jackie Crosby '79 - 1985 Pulitzer Prize Winner in Journalism
  • Kevin Sack '77 - 2003 Pulitzer Prize Winner in Journalism
  • George Scribner '70 - Artist, Director and Imagineer with Disney
  • Anthony Nesty '87 - First Black Male Swimmer to Win Olympic Gold Medal
Brook Hill School
  • AJ Minter '12 - Pitcher for Atlanta Braves
  • Sang Joon Lee '06 - South Korean CEO
  • Taylor Jones '08 - NY Times and People Magazine Featured Attorney at Crawford Wishnew Lang
  • JB Moss '11 - Pitcher for Colorado Rockies
  • Hannah Shaw '14 - Valedictorian and Student at UC Berkeley
  • Aaron Swink - Charter student, Graduated Law at Dedman School of Law, Sounthern Methodist University
  • Aaron Clements - Graduate Honor student, Texas Tech University graduated
  • Roger Blissette - Full Sail
Cambridge School of Weston
  • Jennifer Coolidge - Jennifer Audrey Coolidge is an actress and comedian, best known for playing "Stifler's Mom", a role in the American Pie films, Sophie in the CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls, Paulette in Legally Blonde (2001) and its sequel, Hilary Duff's character's evil stepmot
  • Aprille Ericsson-Jackson - Aprille Ericsson-Jackson is an aerospace engineer. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Ericsson-Jackson received her Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Masters of Enginee
  • Ian Falconer - Ian Falconer is an illustrator, children's book author, and costume and set designer for the theater. He has created 30 covers for The New Yorker as well as other publications. Falconer is best known for the Olivia series, which features a young pig and h
  • Andrew Strominger - Andrew Strominger is a theoretical physicist who is the Director of Harvard's Center for the Fundamental Laws of Nature. He has made significant contributions to quantum gravity and string theory. These include his work on Calabi-Yau compactification and
  • Helen Keller - Helen Keller was an author, political activist, and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree.
Governor's Academy (formerly Governor Dummer Academy)
  • Booker T. Washington Jr. - Son of famous abolitionist, statesman and author
  • Yu Kil Chun - First Korean to study in West; essayist and social reformer
  • Theophilus Parsons - Helped draft Bill of Rights and developed US judiciary system
  • Edward Preble - Commodore of the USS Constitution
  • Dan Gadzuric - NBA basketball player
  • Jeb Bradley - Congressman - New Hampshire
  • Samuel Phillips - Founder of Phillips Academy, Andover
  • Duncan Robinson - NBA basketball player
Kiski School
  • Jack Hanna - Zoologist
  • David Conrad - Actor
  • Bob Matthias - Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Carroll "Beano" Cook - ESPN Football Commentator and historian
  • Marshall Goldberg - Director
  • Daryll Clark - Former Penn State Quarterback who signed as a 2010 Free-Agent with the Washington Redskins
  • Curtis Ennis - Former NFL running back
Knox School
  • Millie Chan - Product Designer, Business Owner and CEO
  • Dr. Matthew Rosen - Physicist
  • Miles Chamley-Watson - U.S. Olympian in Fencing (2012, 2016); 3-time First Team All-American
  • Dr. Benjamin Cilento - Plastic & Reconstructed Surgeon
  • Michael Schenker - Television Producer
  • Phebe T. Phillips Byrne - Equestrian; winner National Horse of the Year 1990
  • Tim Eriksen - Ethnomusicologist, Singer, Songwriter
  • Lisa Gay Hamilton - Broadway, Film & TV Actor
  • Chris Strompolos - Film Producer
  • Jim Liu - US Junior Golf Champion 2010
Linsly School
  • David Simmons '82 - Chairman and CEO of PPD (Pharmaceutical Product Development)
  • C.J. Goodwin '08 - Current NFL athlete. Competed in Super Bowl LI with the Atlanta Falcons
  • Jack Canfield '62 - Co-author for the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Author of The Success Principles.
  • James McNulty '60 - Retired CEO of Parsons Corp - an engineering, construction, technical, and professional services firm
  • Ashley Battle '00 - Former WNBA Basketball Player. Currently working for the NBA.
MacDuffie School
  • Betsy Bernard - Former President of AT&T
Madeira School
  • Katherine Graham - Publisher, Washington Post
  • Mika Brzezinski - New Anchor
  • Alice Rivlin - Former director, Office of Management and Budget
  • Stockard Channing - Actress
  • Brooke Astor - Philanthropist
  • Francis Sternhagen - Actress
Masters School
  • Kara DioGuardi - Kara Elizabeth DioGuardi is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, music publisher, A&R executive, composer and TV personality. She writes music primarily in the light pop-rock, dance, and R&B genres. DioGuardi has worked with many popular a
  • Nancy Kissinger - Nancy Sharon Maginnes Kissinger is a philanthropist, and the second wife of former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. She was a long-time aide to New York governor Nelson Rockefeller before her marriage, recommended to him in 1964 by her future
  • Nia DaCosta - Nia DaCosta is a director and screenwriter. DaCosta is the first Black female director to debut a film at #1 ("Candyman") and the youngest filmmaker to direct a Marvel film.
  • Alex Pall - Alex Pall is a musician best known as part of the duo The Chainsmokers.
  • Marin Alsop - Marin Alsop is a conductor and violinist. She is currently music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, as well as, chief conductor of the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Ravinia Festival.
Northwest School
  • Emmett Shear - American internet entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder of live video platforms Justin.tv and TwitchTV. He is the Chief executive officer of Twitch. [2] He's also a part-time partner at venture capital firm Y Combinator.[3] Shear is also co-foun
  • Stone Gossard - Musician, co-founder of American rock band Pearl Jam.
  • Liz Mair - Political strategist
Pennington School
  • Dontae Johnson '10 - Cornerback in the NFL for the Seattle Seahawks
  • Michael Lee Brown '11 - Cast member for the Broadway show, "Dear Evan Hansen"
Putney School
  • Ted Osius - U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam
  • Wally Shawn - Writer, actor, director
  • Jonathan Schell - Author, The Fate of the Earth
  • Errol Morris - Documentary filmmaker
  • Kerry Kennedy Cuomo - Director Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Hum. Rights
  • Tea Leoni - Actress
  • Tim Weiner - Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
  • Tim Daly - Film, television, and theater actor
Village School
  • Isaiah Taylor '13 - Plays basketball for the Atlanta Hawks (NBA).
  • Erica Dasher '04 - American actress.
  • Shaquille Cleare '14 - Played basketball for the University of Texas.
Webb School
  • Vermont Royster - Editor of The Wall Street Journal, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes and the Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • Charles Alexander - International Editor for TIME Magazine
  • Fielding Lewis Wright - Governor of Mississippi
  • Lewis Branscomb - President of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government
  • Ingram Macklin Stainback - First Governor of Hawaii
  • Prentice Cooper - Governor of Tennessee
  • Frank Constatine - Chief of Opthamalic surgery at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital
  • Edwin Davis - Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission
  • Edward W. Carmack - U.S. Senator
  • Wayne Rogers - Movie and Television actor, portrayed Trapper John on M*A*S*H TV series; investment analyst for FOX News network
Webb Schools
  • Julia Marciari-Alexander '85 - Executive Director, Walters Art Museum
  • Caroline Adler '00 - Former Special Assistant to President Obama
  • Samantha Ainsley '07 - Senior Software Engineer & Technical Lead, Google
  • Ariel Fan '10 - CEO GreenWealth Energy
  • Josh Marshall '87 - Editor and publisher of TalkingPointsMemo.com
  • John Scalzi ’87 - Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer
  • Jim Drasdo '63 - Capital Research and Management Group
  • Mark Lee '85 - Architect, Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • Jeff Luhnow '84 - General Manager, Houston Astros
  • Otis Y. Chandler ’96 - Founder of Goodreads.com
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
Winchendon School
  • Perry Dye ‘71 - Founder and president of Dye Designs. He is a world renowned golf course designer and has contributed to the design of hundreds of courses world wide. Golf Digest has ranked many of Perry’s courses at the top of their lists.
  • Greg Selkoe ‘92 - Founder and CEO of XSET Former CEO/Founder of Karmaloop, Previously led Curateurs.com and former President of FaZe.
  • Bruno Sundov ‘99 - The 7’3 inch student athlete from Split, Croatia had already been drafted in the NBA’s by the Dallas Mavericks in 1998, the year of the NBA Lockout. Because of the work stoppage, Bruno decided to attend The Winchendon School to learn English.
  • Francisco Garcia ‘02 - Started at Winchendon, then moved on to play for Legendary Coach Rick Pitino at the University of Louisville. He was drafted in the first round of the 2005 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings and played for ten seasons in Sacramento, CA and Houston, TX.
  • Lauren Kelly ‘14 - Was an outstanding student athlete starring in multiple sports signed a scholarship to attend Northeastern University to play for the Women’s Hockey Team. She is a former recipient of the Jason Ritchie Scholarship while at Winchendon and captain of the te
  • Max MacKenzie ‘16 - Is an American actor, voice over artist, producer, and activist. After taking up acting at The Winchendon School, he debuted in his first film at the age of 18, in ‘Just Say Goodbye’ and also starred in an episode of Investigation Discovery’s highest rate
  • Bryan Perla '17 - Caused a bidding war on Shark Tank for the product he developed while a student at The Winchendon School during ColLAB program.
  • Sophie Jamison '18 - Known to millions of followers on social media as Sophie Lightning.
Thomas Jefferson School
  • Hon. Thomas P. Griesa, '48 - Frmr US District Judge
  • Mr. Bernat Rosner, '50 - Frmr General Counsel of Safeway; Author
  • Mr. John H. Biggs, '54 - Director of Boeing Co.; Frmr CEO of TIAA-Cref
  • Mr. Irv Williamson, 61 - US International Trade Commissioner
  • Dr. Richard Levy, '63 - Pediatric Endocrinologist
  • Mr. Keith Williamson, '70 - Senior VP and General Counsel for Centene Corporation
  • Ms. Aimee Dowl, '92 - US Department of State; Author
  • Dr. Dave Messina, '92 - COO at Cofactor Genomics
  • Ms. Alisa Tang, '92 - Editor, Washington Post
Trinity-Pawling School
  • Christopher Wren ’54 - Retired from The New York Times after nearly twenty-nine years as a reporter, foreign correspondent, and editor. He is the author of Those Turbulent Sons of Freedom and Walking to Vermont.
  • Paul Rachman ’78 - Is an American film director who directed the highly praised 2006 documentary American Hardcore, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was released by Sony Pictures Classics.
  • Andrew Masset ’67 - Is an actor, known for Halt and Catch Fire, Remember the Titans, and Kill the Messenger.
  • Michael Melford ’68 - Is an American photographer, artist and teacher known for his National Geographic magazine assignments.
  • Joseph Callo ’48 - Is a Naval History Magazine Author of the Year. His most recent book is a memoir titled The Sea Was Always There. His book John Paul Jones: America’s First Sea Warrior is the 2006 winner of the Samuel Eliot Morison Award by the Naval Order of the US
  • Chukky Okobi ’96 - NFL football player, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2001–07, Super Bowl XL Champion
  • Maurice Vaughn ’86 - MLB first baseman, three-time All-Star, AL MVP
  • Gil Junger ’72 - Is an American director for Touchstone Pictures, most famous for 10 Things I Hate About You
  • Shayne Skov ’09 - American NFL football player, San Francisco 49ers
Valley Forge Military Academy
  • General H. Norman Schwarzkopf '52 - Commander, Operation Desert Storm
  • J.D. Salinger - Author, Catcher in the Rye
  • Westley Moore - Rhodes Scholar & White House Fellow
  • Larry Fitzgerald - Wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals
  • LTG H.R. McMaster - Former National Security Advisor to the President Trump
Verde Valley School
  • David Calley '81 - is the co-founder of Southwest Windpower of Flagstaff, a company designed to produce energy at a reasonable cost and to make the knowledge and the equipment available globally.
  • Celia Lowenstein ’71 - is an awarding-winning producer/director whose films are regularly shown at international film festivals and screened on television channels around the world. She has lectured in film studies at Oxford University.
  • Jean Strouse '63 - is the author of Morgan, American Financier (1999) and Alice James, A Biography (1980), which won the Bancroft Prize in American History and Diplomacy.
  • Rick Ridder '71 - is the co-founder of RBI Strategies & Research, consultant to national presidential campaigns.
  • Ramona Sakiestewa '66 - is one of Native America's most influential artists
  • Chris Horner '71 - is a film-maker, writer, photographer and designer
  • Benson K. Whitney '74 - served as the U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway under Presidents Bush and Obama
  • Carol Tantau '63 - is a leader in domestic violence prevention.
  • Phil Noyes '84 - is a documentary filmmaker and producer at PBS.
Vermont Academy
  • Joe Perry - Guitarist with the band Aerosmith
  • Russell Porter - Founder of Stellaphane and designer of Mt. Palomar Observatory
  • Paul Percy Harris - Founder of Rotary Club
  • Jim McClaren - Recipient of ESPY award
  • Florence Sabin - Medical pioneer and first female student at Johns Hopkins medical school
  • Bruce Lawlor - Major General with the U.S. Army
  • Mike Morin - U.S. ski team coach; coached Bodi Miller
  • Lee Stanley - Film producer who works with troubled juveniles
Virginia Episcopal School
  • William B. Harrison, Jr. '62 - Former CEO of Chase Manhattan and Chairman/CEO of JPMorgan Chase.
  • Lee M. Thomas '62 - Former Chairman and CEO of Rayonier Corp., former President and COO of Georgia-Pacific and administrator of The Environmental Protection Agency under President Ronald Reagan.
  • Erksine Bowles '63 - Former White House Chief of Staff to President Clinton, co-chair of the bipartisan National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform under President Obama, and 10th Chancellor of the University of North Carolina.
  • Meredith Moran German '95 - Creative Director and partner responsible for the relaunch of the New York-based luxury accessories brand Bienen Davis, originally founded in 1931. A native of Lewisburg, WV, Meredith’s signature styles have been celebrated at the biggest night in fashion
  • Vivian Howard '96 - Award-winning chef, restaurateur, TV personality; star of PBS series “A Chef’s Life,” for which she has earned a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Culinary Program. An early proponent of the “farm to table” movement championing local food sourcing.
  • Paul Taylor '49 - World's foremost modern dance choreographer of the 20th century, received National Merit of Arts from President Clinton, MacArthur Foundation Fellowship “genius award”.
  • Paul Fulton, Jr. '53 - Chairman, Bassett Furniture Industries, Former President of Sara Lee Corporation and former Dean of The University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School; founder and co-chair of Higher Education Works
  • D. Holmes Morton '69 - Founder of the Clinic for Special Children in Strasburg, PA, 2006 MacArthur Foundation Fellowship “genius grant” recipient, recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism and one of Time magazine’s “Heroes of Medicine” for his work in geneti
  • Jerrauld Jones '72 - Judge on Norfolk Circuit Court, former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, law clerk to the Supreme Court of Virginia, among the first African-American VES students.
  • Meghann King '01 - Strategic and National Security Advisor to The Wilson Center's CEO & President; Coordinator of The Science and Technology Innovation Program
Wayland Academy
  • George E. Taylor - 1879. First African-American to run for the office of President of the United States.
  • Zona Gale - 1891. First woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama (1921), for "Miss Lola Bett."
  • Addie Joss - 1898. Pitcher; Cleveland Naps (AL); Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Ned Merriam - 1905. Competed at the 1908 London Olympics (400 Meters); coached track & field at: Iowa State, Texas A&M, DePauw, Yale, and U. of Chicago. Football & Track athlete at Chicago (coached by Amos Alonzo Stagg).
  • Raymond Patterson - 1940. President/G.M., Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks (NBA), and Wayland Academy.
  • Susan Peterson - 1963. First female TV correspondent assigned to the White House; Communications Consultant.
  • Rick Fliehr - 1968. Professional wrestler (as Rick "Nature Boy" Flair).
  • Mikki Hebl, PhD - 1987. Professor, Rice University; Motivational Speaker.
  • Uzma Samadani, MD, PhD - 1988. Neurosurgeon, researcher, Manhattan Veterans' Hospital
  • Kira Salak - 1989. Traveler, author, contributing editor to National Geographic
West Nottingham Academy
  • Samuel Finley - Founder of WNA and 5th president of Princeton University
  • Benjamin Rush - Signer of the Declaration of Independence and prominent early physician
  • Richard Stockton - Signer of the Declaration of Independence
  • Ebenezer Hazzard - 1st United States Postmaster General
  • William Shippen & John Morgan - Founders of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School
  • Alexander Martin - Former governor of North Carolina
  • Josh Boone - NCAA Champion (UCONN), Former NBA Player (Nets)
  • Ross Cameron - President of Charms Candy
  • Eric Fischl - World renowned artist and sculptor
  • Taylor Crothers - Professional photographer, famous for working with the Dave Matthews Band and Phish
Westtown School
  • Kevin Roose '15 - A technology columnist for the New York Times and a writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine, the New York Times bestselling author of two books, named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" and Time's list of the 140 best Twitter feeds.
  • Jullee Wilson '00 - Senior Fashion Editor at The Huffington Post, has written for Conde Nast Traveler, Vibe, Real Simple, and Parenting, in addition to serving on the advisory board for Harlem’s Fashion Row
  • Don Wildman '79 - Current host and narrator of Off Limits, Mysteries at the Museum, and Monumental Mysteries on the Travel Channel, hosted and narrated Weird Travels that formerly aired on the Travel Channel
Wilbraham & Monson Academy
  • Mark Shenkman - Director of Shenkman Capital Management
  • Nitya Pibulsonggram - Thai Foreign Minister, Former Thai Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Bill James - Rockport Capital Partners
  • Bill Guerin - NHL hockey player
  • Bob Lappin - Conductor, Palm Beach Orchestra
  • Olaf Halvorrsen - Received Royal Norwegian Order of Merit
  • Galway Kinnel - Author/Poet
Windermere Preparatory School
  • Spencer Pigot - IndyCar Driver, 2019 -Raced in the Indy500
Wisconsin Lutheran High School
  • Kevin Zeitler ('07) - An American football guard for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL).  Zeitler was ranked No. 4 among guards available in the 2012 NFL Draft. First-round draft pick.
  • Mark Wilson ('93) - Pro US golfer. Wilson won for the first time on the PGA Tour at the Honda Classic in March 2007.
Woodside Priory School (Priory)
  • Taylor Eigsti - Grammy nominated jazz pianist
  • Marc Fiore - Awarded 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Political Cartooning
Worcester Academy
  • Cole Porter, 1909 - Broadway composer
  • Jim Davis, 1962 - Chairman, New Balance Athletic Shoe
  • John F. Dryden, 1857 - Founder Prudential Insurance, U.S. Senator
  • Jonathan Starr, 1994 - Financial executive and philanthropist
  • Alingon Mitra, 2004 - Comedian
  • Kaz Grala, 2017 - Stock car racing driver
Wy'East Mountain Academy
  • Nick Goepper - Two-time Olympic medal winner in Slopestyle Skiing, Three-time Winter X Game gold medal winner, Board Member of WyEast Mountain Academy
  • Alex Beaulieu-Marchand - Bronze medal winner in Slopestyle at Pyeongchang, Korea Winter Olympics X Games silver medalist 2019 Slopestyle and Big Air
  • Alex Hackel - Member of US Ski Team, winner of 2020 X Games Real Ski Crowd Favorite
  • Lyman Currier - Two-time Olympian, Halfpipe Ski
  • Kristaps Thompson - Canadian National Ski Team, McGill Graduate School of Engineering
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