Two Shore alumni—Brian McLaughlin ’09 and Chris Davenport ’86—are in the news for their successes as professional skiers.
Louis Demetroulakos ’12 visited Shore on January 22 to speak to Upper School students about his international education and work and travel experiences in China, Israel, Greece, and United Arab Emirates.
Shore alumna Miranda Lloyd performed in the
Skating Spectacular on Boston's Frog Pond, part of First Night 2019.
Shore alumnus and parent Stu Thorne leads what
VeloNews called "the most dominant U.S. cyclocross team ever."
During a Google Hangouts conversation with Upper School students, Alex Kerney '03 and Lauren Zion '06 shared their experiences in high technology fields as part of Computer Science Education Week 2018.
Rob Blood and his Lark Hotels brand received praise this fall in the
Alec Kingston will take part in the Fulbright-García Robles Binational Business Program in Mexico City.
Clair Ward welcomed guests at Shore's Southern California Reception on April 5.
Andover junior Rhea Prem captured the photo in 2017 during travel to India with Andover's 'Learning in the World' program.
Harry O'Hanley, an engineering veteran of dozens of rocket launches with Elon Musk's SpaceX, has founded his own company to send small satellites into orbit.
Anna Lisa Falzone and Porter Grieve launched their online 'RecessCity' travel blog and Instagram business just after marrying in August 2017.
Shore is the recipient of a $1 million gift from The Van Otterloo Family Foundation in honor of longtime Head Larry Griffin.
Netflix's new reboot of a groundbreaking sitcom is the latest in a string of television and movie appearances for Shore alumnus Todd Grinnell.
Caroline Guenther is among the young professionals singled out by the magazine in its annual ranking.
Charlotte Ward spoke with Upper Schoolers about her Shore experience and her successes at Stanford University, where she is a senior.
Ingrid Thoft '86 is the recipient of the Shamus Award for Best Private Eye Novel, presented by the Private Eye Writers of America.
Victoria Abbott Riccardi '76 recounts her family's close involvement with the Trustees.
Dana Ehrlich is the founder of Woburn-based Verde Farms, a wholesale distributor of naturally-raised, grass-fed meats.
Peabody's Ted Izzo '13 is a nominee for the Salem News Student-Athlete Award.
Anthony D'Ambrosio, recently chosen to head Yale's Dwight Hall, has received a Newman Civic Fellow Award, which honors inspiring student leaders.
Harry O'Hanley '03 is part of the team that launched and landed SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket.
Will Haering, a four-year senior at Exeter, is expanding his horizons through computer programming.
Meredith Bird's fellowship will take her to S
pain, India, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Shore was honored to host the visitation and prayer service for Joe and Anna Trustey.
Her work is featured in Brown University's 'Brown Medicine' magazine.
Kelsey Morris '04 treated the Upper School to an incredible musical performance of original songs at Upper School morning meeting on Tuesday. Kelsey (daughter of faculty member Walter Morris) performed a variety of songs collaborately written and produced together with her band mate, Jason Nichols.
To hear a sampling of their music, please go to:
Nate Morgan '08 visited with Shore's Upper School Programming Club on Friday, January 31.
Jay Seman '05 recently spoke to the 8th grade Math students about thermodynamics. Jay has a BS in Chemical Engineering and is currently working towards his PhD in Explosives Engineering.