lifelong friends
come back to Park!
catch up with faculty!
the Class of 1974
it's been a while!
the Class of 2009
Young alumni panelists demystify high school for current students
2017 classmates and Ms. Come!
Come back and bring your family!

Welcome, Alumni!

Whether you’re a “lifer” or you attended Park for just a few years, this will always be your school. The relationships you develop here—both with your classmates and your teachers—will last a lifetime. And while Park alumni span the globe (in 44 states and 20 countries), you’re always welcome back on Goddard Ave. Please stay in touch and visit often.

 

 

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Alumni Profile – Ivy Alphonse-Crean ’07

Ivy Alphonse-Crean 07 is returning to her Boston roots, ready to take on a new challenge as Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Dedham Country Day School, just down the road from Park. As a Park student in the late 90s, the conversation around “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” was barely visible, yet the School is where she first discovered the embracing value of affinity groups. Read more.

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Alumni Profile – The Oladipo Sisters

Meet the singing, songwriting sisters Oladunni Oladipo ’13 and Olayeni Oladipo ’15. Oladunni and Olayeni attended The Park School from PreK through Grade 8 and recall singing in the Inspirational Freedom Choir and performing at Yule Festival and May Day as some of their most cherished memories. While at Park, they released their debut contemporary gospel album, “The Mighty One” and their single, “A Song for America,” a patriotic song that pays tribute to American values. The song premiered in Boston Symphony Hall by the world renowned Boston Pops Orchestra at a three-day performance in 2013. Read more.

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Alumni Profile – Amanda Burrage ’97

In our Summer Bulletin 2020, we profile ten Park graduates whose work was directly affected by the pandemic. 

Meet Amanda Burrage, a pediatrician on Navajo Nation, a territory of 17.5 million acres which straddles Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. “My journey from Goddard Avenue has taken me to many unexpected places. I could not have guessed I would end up on the Navajo Nation during a pandemic, however the values and ways of thinking that began at Park taught me to explore my interests in order to continue learning about and contributing to the world.” Read more.  

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  • COVID-19
Alumni Profile – Sam Feibel ’13

In our Summer Bulletin 2020, we profile ten Park graduates whose work was directly affected by the pandemic. 

Meet Sam Feibel ’13, who spent five weeks this spring working to create a prototype ventilator at a startup in South Boston. He studied physics and engineering at Cornell, where he was active with CUAir, a project team that designs, builds, and operates autonomous aircraft. He received his BS this spring, and is now pursuing his master’s in aerospace engineering. Read more.

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  • COVID-19
  • STEAM