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
  • Alan Shephard - Lunar Astronaut
  • Charles Duke - Lunar Astronaut
  • Stephen Stills - Rock Musician
  • Lorenzo Lamas - Actor
Asheville School
  • Sam Johnson - The founder of S.C. Johnson Wax. The Johnson family of companies also owns Saran, Ziploc, Raid, OFF, Glade, Pledge, Drano, Shout and Windex, among others.
  • Reg Garner - The creator of Texas Pete Hot Sauce.
  • Richard Kimberly - Kimberly-Clarke
  • Harvey, Roger and Russell Firestone - Firestone Tires
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
  • Brian Conroy '82 - Head of Global Equity Trading, Fidelity Investments
  • Brian Leetch '86 - World Cup, Olympics, and NHL; NY Rangers; Hall of Fame
  • Kristian Bush ’88 - Musician -award winning country music duo- Sugarland
  • Kevin McKernan ’91 - Scientist, Agencourt;Whitehead Institute-Genome Research;
Baylor School
  • Stephanie Allen '92 - Visual Effects and Animation Executive, Deals include
  • Arthur Golden '74 - Author, Memoirs of a Geisha
  • William Duff '45 - FBI Counterintelligence Specialist and Author of
  • Tene Hamilton Franklin '91 - Facilitator, Human Genome Project
  • Thomas Jolly '73 - Editor, New York Times
  • Sandlin Mattice, Jr. '72 - Federal Judge
  • James Wheless '82 - Designer and Animator for George Lucas
  • David Lowance '53 - Professor, Emory University, Transplant Specialist
  • John Johnson '57 - Senior VP, Oceaneering International
  • Laurel Creech '92 - Environmental Activist, Nashville Disc Jockey
Berkshire School
  • William Knowles '34 - Nobel Prize-winning chemist
  • Calvin Tompkins '47 - Longtime New Yorker art critic
  • Steve Malawista '50 - Lyme Disease founder
  • Ryan Lizza '92 - New Yorker magazine Washington correspondent
  • Lincoln Kierstein '26 - Co-founder of the New York City Ballet
  • E.V. Day '86 - Artist
  • Kacey Bellamy '05 - U.S. Olympic silver medalist in Women's Hockey
  • Bill Matthews '61 - American poet and essayist
  • Chris Brigham '84 - U.S. Ski Team Men's Downhill coach
  • Leon Weil '44 - Former U.S. Ambassador to Nepal
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
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 Filed Division
Buffalo Seminary
  • Isabella Bannerman - Syndicated cartoonist
  • Lauren Belfer - Bestselling author of City of Light, A Fierce Radiance, And After the Fire
  • Mara Hoffman - Fashion designer
  • Amy Holden Jones - Screenwriter, movie producer and movie director
  • 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 Briedenbach III - pioneering surgeon
  • Sir John R.H. Bond - financier
  • Mona Khalil - United Nations
  • Dr. William New - inventor and physician
Chatham Hall
  • Georgia O'Keefe - Artist
  • Claudia Emerson - Poet
Cheshire Academy
  • Fred Friendly - Former president, CBS News
  • Roberto C. Goizueta - Former chairman & CEO, Coca-Cola
  • Joseph W. Hasel - Voice of the New York Giants
  • Rockwell Kent - Artist
  • Robert Ludlum - Author
  • J.P. Morgan - Industrialist
  • Angela Robinson - State Superior Court judge
  • James Van Der Beek - Actor
  • Gideon Welles - Secretary of the Navy (Lincoln)
  • Patrick McCaskey - Director, board member, Chicago Bears
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 - Nobel Laureate, Dean, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State; lead author, 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
  • Tom First '85 - co-founder, Nantucket Nectars
  • Peter Fisher '74 - former US Undersecretary of the Treasury
  • Tom Forman '91 - executive producer,
  • Julia Glass '74 - novelist,
  • Sebastian Junger '80 - novelist,
  • David Lewis '76 - investigative journalist, CNN
  • Her Majesty Queen Noor '69 -
  • Hilary Price '87 - syndicated cartoonist,
  • Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg '75 - lawyer, writer, philanthropist
  • Drew Gilpin Faust - President of Harvard University
Cotter Schools
  • Donal - Governor, State of Nevada, 1971-1979
  • Bob Kierlin - Founder and Chairman of Fastenal Company
Culver Academies
  • K.S. Bud Adams - Tennessee Titans owner
  • Hal Holbrook - Oscar-Nominated Actor
  • Frank Batten - Weather Channel founder
  • George Steinbrenner - New York Yankees owner
  • Bernardo Qunitana - Chairman and CEO, ICA Corporation
  • Mitchell Henderson - Head Basketball Coach, Princeton
  • Molly Engstrom - Two-time Olympian
  • Jon Scieszka - Children's Book Author
  • Dr. Sally Hodder - HIV/AIDS researcher
  • Miles White - Chairman and CEO, Abbott Laboratories
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)
Emma Willard School
  • Jane Fonda - Actress
  • Kirsten Gillibrand '84 - Junior Senator for NY State
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
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
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)
Garrison Forest School
  • Elizabeth Littlefield '78 - President and CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
  • Lara Schwartz - 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
  • William Bidwill '49 - Owner - Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
  • Roy Hibbert '04 - Indiana Pacers Basketball
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
High Mowing School
  • Juliana Margulies ('84) - American actress and producer. After several small television roles, Margulies achieved both critical and commercial success in her role as Carol Hathaway on NBC's long-running medical drama ER, for which she won an Emmy Award. Margulies has won eight Scr
  • Nathaniel Howe ('01) - Emmy Award-winning Creative Director Nathaniel Howe has extensive experience elevating brands to new levels through thoughtful and custom-tailored strategies. He specializes in connecting with the essence of a brand and articulating it in an impactful and
  • Dr. Geta JAMES LeSeur-Brown '53 - (University of Arizona Professor of English, Women's Studies and Black Studies. Author: Not All Okies are White: The Lives of Black Cotton Pickers in Arizona. “
  • Guy WOLFF '70 - World Renowned Master Potter
  • Penelope JENCKS Hurwitz '53 - Sculptor, most famous for her Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Sculpture, Commissioned 1996
  • Jovial KING '00 - Founder, CEO and Creative Director, Urban Moonshine Organic Herbal Apothecary
  • Meredith HALL '67 - UNH Professor and author of Without a Map
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
Hillcrest Academy
  • G.T. Gunhus - Retired Four-Star Army Chief of Chaplains
  • Elling Halvorson - Businessman Entrepreneur
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
Idyllwild Arts Academy
  • Shepard Fairy - Graphic Artist and Designer
  • Neal Beasley - Princess Grace Award Winner - Modern Dance, Trisha Brown Dance Company
  • Liang Wang - Principal Oboe - New York Philharmonic
  • Casey Abrams - American Idol 2011 Finalist
  • Trevor Hall - Recording Artist
  • Marin Ireland - Tony Award Nominated Actress
  • Elora Hardy - Sole Print Designer for Donna Karan
  • Cristy Candler - Broadway Musical Theater Actress
  • Vesselin Gelev - Associate Concertmaster - London Philharmonic
  • Bei Zhu - Co-Concertmistress - Hong Kong Philharmonic
Indian Springs School
  • Preston Haskell '56 - Part-owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Neely Bruce '60 - Acclaimed pianist
  • Mark Gitenstein '64 - U.S. Ambassador to Romania
  • Charles Plosser '66 - President - Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Russell Williams '73 - Adobe Photoshop chief architect
  • Sally Nemeth '77 - Author, actress
  • Mike McCullers '89 - Director / writer of the movie Baby Momma
  • SeMe Sung '93 - Designer for Pottery Barn, San Francisco
  • John Green '95 - Award-winning author
  • Barry Tobias '98 - NASA Mission Controller
Justin-Siena High School
  • Josh Jackson - #4 NBA draft pick to Phoenix Suns
  • Brett Wallace - Professional MLB player
Kents Hill School
  • Leon Leonwood Bean - Founder of L.L. Bean, Freeport, Maine
  • Alden J. Blethen - Publisher of The Seattle Daily Times
La Lumiere School
  • John Roberts '73 - The Chief Justice of the United States of America
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
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
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
Loomis Chaffee
  • 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
Maharishi School
  • Wells Butler - creator of celebrity-favorite clothing line
  • Jonathan Jarvis - app designer for Google’s Creative Lab, creator of
  • Jennie Rothenberg Gritz - senior editor and multimedia editor of TheAtlantic.com
  • Heather Chase - author; founder of Models with Conscience, an international group promoting cruelty-free, eco-conscious causes
  • Ari Berman - author of Herding Donkeys and political correspondent for The Nation magazine
  • Zachary Sluser - director/filmmaker of short films and music videos featured worldwide
  • Jonathan Sherr - actor; star of
  • Heather Hartnett - Communications Director, David Lynch Foundation
  • 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
Massanutten Military Academy
  • Frank Mason III - Naismith Player of the Year 2017
  • Jack Ham - NFL Hall of Fame
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 - Actor, Academy Award winner
  • Benicio Del Toro '85 - Actor, Academy Award and Golden Globe winner
  • Melvin Stewart, Jr. '88 - Olympic Gold Medalist, 200-meter Butterfly (Olympic Record), Barcelona, 1992; Olympic Gold Medalist, 400-meter Medley Relay and 800-meter Freestyle Relay, Barcelona, 1992
  • Michael Davies '85 - Emmy Winning Producer, ABC's Who wants to be a Millionaire?
  • Mark Talbott '78 - Top-ranked professional squash player in the world from 1983-1995; one of the 15 inaugural inductees into the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame.
  • Dr. Lucian Leape '48 - Harvard professor and father of the modern patient safety movement in the United States
Middlesex School
  • Steve Carell - Actor
  • Kevin Systrom - Co-founder of Instagram
  • Bill Richardson - Governor of New Mexico
  • 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
  • Kevin Systrom - Co-Founder of Instagram
  • Martin Hoffman - US Secretary of the Army
  • Conrad Aiken - Author
Millbrook School
  • William F. Buckley - author
  • Thomas Lovejoy - environmentalist
  • Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. - environmental lawyer and activist
  • Serena Altschul - CBS News correspondent
  • Whit Stillman - film director
  • Rufus Wainwright - musician
  • Alistair Horne - author
  • James L. Buckley - former U.S. Senator and federal judge
  • Robert W. Johnson IV - philanthropist and owner of NY Jets
  • Schuyler Chapin - arts administrator
Milton Academy
  • T.S. Eliot - Poet, dramatist and literary critic
  • Buckminster Fuller - American architect, author, designer, futurist, inventor and visionary
  • Robert F. Kennedy - Former United States Attorney General, former US Senator from New York and one of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy's younger brothers
  • Ted Kennedy - Former Massachusetts State Senator and one of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy's younger brothers
  • Deval Patrick - Current Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the first African American to hold that office
  • James Taylor - American singer and songwriter
  • Touré - American novelist, music journalist, cultural critic and television personality
  • Charles Codman Cabot - Former Justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts and former Chief of the Secretariat of the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey during World War II
  • David Lindsay-Abaire - Pulitzer Prize winning American playwright
  • Hanford MacNider - Former United States diplomat and United States Army General, serving in both World War I and World War II
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 - Chief Information Officer and VP, Global Shared Services, Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • 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
  • Judge William Berry, 1930 - Chief Justice of the Oklahoma Supreme Court
  • Dr. Lloyd Worner, 1936 - Former President of Colorado College
  • LT. General Jack Fuson, 1939 - Deputy Chief of Staff, US Army
  • Mr. Cody Fowler, 1908 - Former President of the American Bar Association
  • 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
  • Howard Hughes I - Father of businessman Howard Hughes, founder of family corporation
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
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
New York Military Academy
  • Craig C. Harnett '70 - EVP & CFO National Hockey League
  • Matt Joyce '90 - NFL - Tackle, Detroit Lions
  • Robert Stiller '61 - CEO Green Mountain Coffee
  • Donald Trump '64 - Pres. & CEO Trump International
  • James E. Brown '84 - CEO Invisible Hand Network
  • Robert H. Benmosche '62 - CEO Met Life, Chairman AIG (2008-Present)
  • Stephen Sondheim '46 - Composer, Lyricist
  • Les Brown '32 (Deceased) - Musician, Composer, Arranger, Conductor of the Les Brown Band
  • MG Robert McClure '15 (Deceased) - Decorated commander in World War I, World War II, and Korea, Recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross
  • Farleigh Dickinson '37 (Deceased) - Philanthropist, Businessman, Political Leader
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 '08 - 2010 Olympics, Alpine Skiing
  • Craig Randall '61 - Mayor Lake Placid, NY
  • Brad Olch '69 - Former Mayor, Park City, Utah
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 - An American Quaker, abolitionist, a women's rights activist, and a social reformer. She will be on the newly designed US $10 bill!
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
Oldfields School
  • Wallis Simpson - The Duchess of Windsor
  • Renee duPont - Heiress to the duPont family
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 Zucherberg - 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
  • Jeffrey Weiner - Criminal Trial Lawyer-Miami, FL
  • Peter Lyons - Retired Lawyer, California; Author
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
Salem Academy
  • Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell - A'19, founded WETA, Washington, D.C's first public television station
  • Tillie Kidd Fowler - A'60, served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, retiring in 2000 as the highest -ranking woman in the House.
  • Marshall Chapman - A'68, is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter whose songs have been recorded by Emmylou Harris, Joe Cocker, and Jimmy Buffett
  • Kathyrn Harrold - A'68, is a television actress who played Dr. Karen Wilder on Chicago Hope and has guest starred recently on CSI: New York and Desperate Housewives
  • Rolanda Watts - A'77, hosted the syndicated television talk shows Rolanda and Lie Detector, and has appreared on The West Wing, 7th Heaven and The Bold and the Beautiful.
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
  • Maria Imelda Marcos - Filipino congresswoman
  • 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
Southwestern Academy
  • Tom and Dick Smothers - Entertainers
  • Pete McCloskey - Congressman
  • Riki Ellison - Pro football; political action head
  • George Ruhlen - Medal of Honor winner
Saint Andrew's School, DE
  • William H Whyte - author of The Organization Man
  • Dennis Blair - former Director of National Intelligence and former United States Navy four-star admiral
  • William Brownfield - United States Ambassador to Venezuela
  • 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
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
  • Robert Temple '61 - Author and documentary film maker
  • 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
Saint Francis High School * Located Near Buffalo, NY*
  • Lee Stempniak - Class of '01 Valedictorian, Dartmouth College Graduate, Currently player for Calgary Flames of the NHL
  • Aaron Miler - Class of '88, University of Vermont, former NHL player for the Quebec Nordiques, Colorado Avalanche, Los Angeles Kings, and Vancouver Canucks. Member of 2002 USA Olympic Hockey Team
  • Todd Krygier - Class of '83, University of Connecticut, former NHL player for the Hartford Whalers, Washington Capitals, Anaheim Ducks. Also Played for team USA in 1991 & 1992 World Championships.
  • Doug Worthington - Class of '05, Former Defensive Tackle for the Ohio State University, currently playing for the Washington edskins of the NFL
  • Jack Quinn - Class of '96, Attorney, former New York State Assemblyman
Saint George's School
  • Howard Dean - Class of 1966 - Former Vermont Governor & DNC Chairman
  • Prescott Bush - Class of 1912 - U.S. Senator from Connecticut
  • Claiborne Pell - Class of 1936 - U.S. Senator from Rhode Island
  • Tucker Carlson - Class of 1987 - Correspondent MSNBC
  • William Vanderbilt - Class of 1919 - Governor of Rhode Island
  • Julie Bowen - Class of 1987 - Actress - Modern Family
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 draft11th 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 and1996
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
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
Stevenson School
  • Paul Saffo '72 - Forecaster and Essayist, Institute for the Future, Menlo Park, CA
  • Chris Flavin '73 - President, World Watch Inc., Washington, D.C.
  • Carie Crandall '79 - Managing Director, New York Stock Exchange, Palo Alto, CA
  • David Drummond '81 - Chief Counsel, Google Inc., Mountain View, CA
  • Cynthia Chapman '83 - Attorney/Partner, Caddell & Chapman, Houston, TX
  • Ms. Shea Pepper '90 - Creative Director, BBC America, New York, NY
  • Emily Chan '92 - Director, Doctors Without Borders, Hong Kong, HK
  • Sylvain White '93 - Film Director,
  • Jonathan Ferrantelli '97 - Post Production Film,
  • Robert Grube '04 - Member, 2007 NCAA Golf Championship Team, Stanford University
Stuart Hall School
  • Juliette Gordon Low - Founder of the Girl Scouts of America
  • Denise Wooldridge - Executive at Kraft Foods
  • Annette Smith Parker - Vice President, Dickinson College
  • Kelly Driscoll - Alum & Faculty Member of Rhode Island School of Design
  • Dejon Mayberry - Speech Writer for President Gerald Ford
  • Marijane Meeker - Publishes as M.E. Kerr, ALA Margaret Edwards Award
  • Anne McCaffrey - Winner of Hugo Award and Nebula Award
Subiaco Academy
  • Henry Wheeler - Harvard, Harvard Professor, Author
Suffield Academy
  • Leigh Perkins - President and CEO, Orvis
  • James Tisch - CEO, Loews Corporation
  • Roger Faxon - COO, EMI Music
  • Barry Scherr - Provost, Dartmouth College
  • Archer Mayor - Best-selling mystery writer
  • Vinnie Del Negro - NBA basketball player and coach
Tabor Academy
  • Paul Fireman - Founder and President of Reebok
  • John Fish - President of Suffolk Construction Company
  • George Graboys - CEO, Citizens Bank
  • Robert I. Dodge III - senior official at US Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Lewis Lipsitt - Professor at Brown University, expert on childhood development and psychology
  • Thomas Graboys - Harvard professor, author
  • Bruce Sundlun - Governor of Rhode Island, 1991 to 1995
  • Kevin White - mayor of Boston from 1968 to 1984
  • Travis Roy - Author
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
Bishop Strachan School
  • Lin Chi-Ling (Class of 1993) - Taiwanese Model and Actress
  • Dr. Joan WHITTEN Miller (Class of 1976) - Macular Degeneration Specialist, Harvard Medicine
  • Valerie PRINGLE (Class of 1971) - Canadian television host and journalist
  • Margaret WENTE (Class of 1968) - Columnist for The Globe and Mail
  • Veronica TENNANT (Class of 1964) - Prima Ballerina at the National Ballet Company
  • Margot NUNNS Northey (Class of 1957) - Former Dean of Queen's School of Business
  • Ann SOUTHAM (Class of 1955) - Famous Canadian Composer
  • Beatrice Helen WORSLEY (Class of 1939) - First female computer scientist in Canada
  • Margaret Campbell (Class of 1930) - Municipal and Provincial Politician
  • Emily MURPHY (Class of 1886) - Canadian Women's Wrights Activist, the British Empire's first female judge and one of the Famous Five
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 - 3-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
Brook Hill School
  • Sang Joon Lee - One of first boarders in our program now attends Lehigh University
  • Brittany Sherman - First Valedictorian graduated Wellesley 2006
  • So Hyun Park - Valedictorian 2007, graduated Wellesley
  • Kira Langsjoen - National Merit Scholar,, Salutatorian 2007, attending Texas A & M
  • Sang Jun Lee - College of William and Mary
  • 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
Gunnery - Mr. Gunn's School
  • Dr. David Abala '73 - Dr. Abala works for Duke University Medical Center where he specializes with prostate cancer. He works with the di Vinci Surgical Robot which is minimally invasive and offers patients an alternative to major surgery. For more visit our website!
  • James Perse '91 - After graduating James persued fashion design, manufacturing, and merchandising and is known as a rising star in the world of designer clothing. In '96 he started his own buisness, James Perse Enterprises, Inc. For more visit our website!
  • Sarah Scheel Cook '82 - Sarah is the Director of Quality Assurance for the Schwans Food Company, Bakery Division. Sarah and her staff ensure the food products meet all safety standards on both the state and national level. For more visit our website!
  • George Grande '64 - A 35 year old veteran of the broadcasting business, George has been the sports announcer for the Cincinnati Reds on Fox Sports Net Ohio since '93. He has covered MLB since '65 and has been broadcasting MLB since '89. For more visit our website!
  • Jesse Soffer '02 - Jesse Soffer graduated from The Gunnery in 2002 and went on to act on the popular day time show, As The World Turns.
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
Leelanau School
  • Willis Hawkins - Lockheed aircraft designer
  • Walter Netsch - Chicago Architect
  • Martha Seger - First female governor of the Federal Reserve Board
  • Najeeb Halaby - COO of Pan Am and Director of the FAA
  • Walter Lane Smith - Actor
  • Ramon Rodriguez - Actor
  • J.Hart Wolf - Restaurant owner in Los Angeles
MacDuffie School
  • Betsy Bernard - former President of AT & T
Madeira School
  • Katherine Graham - Publisher, Washington Post
  • Francis Sternhagen - Actress
  • Alice Rivlin - Former director, Office of Management and Budget
  • Stockard Channing - Actress
  • Brooke Astor -
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
Putney School
  • Tim Daly - film, television, and theater actor
  • Wally Shawn - writer, actor, director
  • Jonathan Schell - author, The Fate of the Earth
  • Izumi Mori - Japanese fashion model
  • Kerry Kennedy Cuomo - Director Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Hum. Rights
  • Tea Leoni - actress
  • Tim Weiner - Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
Storm King School
  • Anthony Gair, ESQ - New York City Attorney
  • Sammy Mejia '03 - Professional basketball player, 2nd round draft pick of the Detroit Pistons
  • William Close '88 - The MASS Ensemble, A New Design in Music
  • Walter Reade '35 - Movie Theatre Magnate
  • Whiting Willauer ’23 - Former U.S. Ambassador to Honduras and founder of Civil Air Transport (CAT)
  • Jack Hemingway ’41 - Writer, conservationist, son of great American author Ernest Hemingway
  • Peter Boyce ’54 - Astronomer, pioneer in publication and linking of electronic science journals
  • Mac Gayden, ’58 - Country music star. Gayden’s biggest hit as a writer is considered to be the song “Everlasting Love”
  • David Parks ’69 - photographer, film director, publicist, and author
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
  • Art Clokey ’39 - Creator of Gumby
  • James D. Watkins ’44 - Former U.S. Secretary of Energy
  • John Trefethen '62 - Owner of Trefethen Vineyards
  • Jon Congdon ‘81 - Co-founder of Product Partners, LLC; owner of Beachbody’s P90X workout plan
  • Josh Marshall '87 - Editor and publisher of TalkingPointsMemo.com
  • John Scalzi ’87 - Writer
  • Punch Hutton ’89 - Vanity Fair editor
  • Polly Liu ’91 - Founder of Beau-coup.com
  • Hosain Rahman ’93 - Founder and CEO of Jawbone
  • 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
TMI -Episcopal School of Texas
  • General Douglas MacArthur - 1897
  • Julian Onderdonk - 1900 Father of Texas Painting
  • Frank A. Juhan - 1906 Bishop/Football Hall of Fame
  • Rafaelo Diaz - 1912 Metropolitan Opera Star
  • Edgar Tobin - 1914 World War I Ace
  • Ross Youngs - 1916 Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Tom C. Forst, Jr. - 1946 Frost Bank Chairman
  • Dan Blocker - 1946 TV Star(Bonanza)
  • Lewis Sorley III - 1951 Pulitzer Prize Nominee
  • Lamar Smith - 1965 US Congressman
Valley Forge Military Academy
  • General H. Norman Schwarzkopf '52 - Commander, Operation Desert Storm
  • Gary Roughead '69, Admiral USN - Chief of Naval Operations
  • Simeon Rylski - Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria
  • J.D. Salinger - Author1, The Catcher in the Rye
  • Westley Moore - Rhodes Scholar & White House Fellowship
  • Julian Peterson - Linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks
  • Jeff Otah - New player for the Carolina Panthers
  • Larry Fitzgerald - Wide-receiver for the Arizona Cardinals
  • Rafael Hernández Colón - Former Governor of Puerto Rico
  • Brigadier General Michael Linnington, USA - Commandant of Cadets, USMA, West Point
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 and works with troubled juveniles
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
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
Woodside Priory School (Priory)
  • Taylor Eigsti - Grammy nominated jazz pianist
  • Marc Fiore - Awarded 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Political Cartooning
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