Our graduates have a love of learning, confidence and the skills to navigate a challenging world, so they are well-prepared for high school, college and beyond. Read on to learn about some of their experiences and achievements.
Our Middle Schoolers recently hosted their annual Alumni Night – always a great opportunity for our graduates to reconnect with each other and Oak Meadow teachers and students. Pictured is OMS alum Amelia Kovacs (’16), next to a photograph of her and her 4th grade Oak Meadow Science Fair project.
Alyna Baharozian, former Oak Meadow student, has been shining on the basketball courts for Groton School. The 5-foot-9 senior guard has scored more than 1,000 points for Groton, was a four-time league all-star and a three-time first team All-ISL selection. For the second time, the video of her winning shot at the buzzer of the final game of the season made ESPN’s Top Ten Plays, propelling her into the national spotlight. (Two years, she was also featured on ESPN with her game-winning basket.) Next season, Alyna is expected to play basketball for Middlebury College. Click here to read more. Well done, Alyna!
Oak Meadow Alum Achieves Equestrian Success
Posted July 5, 2017
Updated January 16, 2018
OMS alum Lara Erdogus-Brady (’16) and her horse Stenkaergards Mr. Swing King, or “Duke”, have qualified twice in the past two years for the Region 8 Junior Dressage Team and represented the region at the North American Junior Young Rider Championships. This past summer, Lara won USDF Region 8 Jr. Reserve Champion at both 4th Level and Prix St. George. Lara is one of 15 Junior Young Riders admitted to Lendon Gray’s 2018 three month winter intensive training program held in Florida. Congratulations, Lara!
Oak Meadow School Alum Awarded Rensselaer Medal
Posted June 20, 2017
OMS alum Delaney McKenna (’14), a junior at Nashoba Regional High School, was awarded the Rensselaer Medal for outstanding academic achievement in the study of mathematics and science. High schools can nominate one student for consideration for the medal to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The recipient of the medal is also awarded a 4-year scholarship to study at RPI. Delaney plans to study biochemical engineering. Congratulations Delaney!
Oak Meadow School Class of 2017
Posted June 14, 2017
Alumni Night at Oak Meadow
Posted March 30, 2017
It was wonderful to see our graduates at Oak Meadow’s annual Alumni Night, especially so many from the class of ’16. This popular event is hosted by our Middle School students. Evening highlights included an enthusiastic basketball game, an appearance by school mascot Ollie the Otter, and a chance to catch up with Senora Vivian Quiroga-Klein, a beloved former Oak Meadow Spanish teacher.
Oak Meadow Alum Makes Headmaster’s List
Posted March 20, 2017
OMS alum Christopher Hennessey (’16) has been named to the Headmaster’s List for the fall semester of the 2016-17 school year at Worcester Academy. This honor represents the achievements he has earned through academic excellence, challenge, and personal growth. Well done, Christopher!
Oak Meadow School Class of 2016
Posted June 13, 2016
Alumni Night at Oak Meadow
Posted March 24, 2016
Oak Meadow graduates gathered recently for our annual Alumni Night. It was a great opportunity for our alumni to re-connect with each other as well as our current Middle Schoolers. No matter how far our alumni go on their educational journeys, it’s always wonderful to have them back!
Mae Kovacs (’13) Visits OMS
Posted November 30, 2015
OMS alum Mae Kovacs (’13) recently visited the Middle School at Oak Meadow to share her experiences as a volunteer puppy raiser for Guiding Eyes for the Blind. She talked to the 7th and 8th grade students about what it is like to be a puppy raiser and how guide dogs help the blind. The students loved hearing about her current puppy, Hobbs, and seeing him demonstrate some of his skills.
Sandy Wood (’04) Recognized by International Literacy Association
Posted October 13, 2015
OMS Alum Sandy Wood (’04), graduate of Vassar College (’13), has spent extensive time volunteering and living in the Jhamtse Gatsal community in the Eastern Himalayas. Currently on staff as an English teacher, Sandy was recognized by the International Literacy Association as one of 30 under-30 trailblazers striving to close the literacy gap. Learn more about Oak Meadow’s relationship with Jhamtse Gatsal that goes back more than 10 years.
Jorie Van Nest (’13) Selected for Women’s Chorus
Posted September 23, 2015
OMS Alum Jorie Van Nest (’13) was recently accepted into Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society Young Women’s Chorus for the 2015-2016 season. This chorus is one of six sponsored by the H & H Society. Jorie will be working directly with professional singers and will perform in concerts in Boston over the coming year. Many congratulations to Jorie in the success of pursuing her talent.