Meadowbrook alumni are valedictorians, varsity team captains, service leaders, and award-winning artists and writers.
As a senior at Concord Academy, Sydney Kim ’14 was awarded the 2018 Wesleyan University Hamilton Prize for Creativity, a four-year full-tuition scholarship. Her short-story submission was chosen from more than 550 entries by a committee of Wesleyan alumni chaired by Hamilton’s writer and original Broadway star.
Several Meadowbrook class of 2017 student athletes have gone on to college teams, including Chelsea Cho (squash, Dartmouth), David D’Allessandro (football, Washington University in St. Louis), MacLean Hadden (cross country, Dartmouth), and Tate Seeman (lacrosse, Villanova).
Megane Bantefa ’15 was president of the African Students Union, co-president of the Spanish Club, a dorm proctor, a member of the Afro-Caribbean dance group, and a peer tutor at Andover.
8 out of 8 Ivy League schools currently enroll Meadowbrook alumni
College and Beyond
Meadowbrook has been graduating incredible young people for more than 90 years. Our alumni go on to become scholarship winners, entrepreneurs, performers, student leaders, and varsity athletes at top colleges and universities.
Today they're advancing medical research, starting companies, playing music professionally, doing service work in developing countries, and more.
Elizabeth Duserick ’12 was recruited from Andover to Yale’s varsity rowing team. At Yale, she interned on the technology team at the Center for Emotional Intelligence, where she helped develop a social-emotional online learning platform. “I had never considered boarding school or thought of myself as a STEM person, but Meadowbrook taught me to seek challenges and lean into them. I learned that I can do anything if I love what I’m doing!”
Jamie Burch ’97 is a graduate of Georgetown Law School and is policy director for the Anti Police-Terror Project in Oakland, California, a grassroots effort to eradicate police terror in communities of color. He is also president of the National Lawyers Guild of the Bay Area and was a policy consultant for the Cat Brooks for Oakland mayoral campaign.
Jerome Tse ’05 is founder and CEO of Berri Fit and was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019. Transparency and integrity are the most important core values in the food and beverage industry, and these are the types of values that were instilled at an early age at Meadowbrook.