They assume leadership roles in their public, Jewish, and independent high schools and attend impressive colleges and universities.
Our graduates are Fulbright scholars, international volunteers, and community leaders. They pursue careers in law, politics, art, finance, acting, music, medicine, technology, business, academia, and education.
Gabriel Brumberg (’16) performs on the professional stage.
Eliana Kanefield (’07) is in Argentina on a Fulbright Scholarship, teaching English and working at a nonprofit on women’s issues and human rights.
Ava Fradlin (’14) was named to the 2018-19 U.S. Junior Development Team in Short Track Speed Skating.
Since becoming an on-ice duo in 2009, siblings Gigi (’14) and Luca (’12) Becker have won the U.S. national titles in Ice Dancing at the Intermediate and Novice levels.
Maia Hoffenberg (’15) won two regional gold key awards from the Scholastic Art Contest for her still life painting and self-portrait drawing.
Hannah Docter-Loeb (’12) and Aviah Krupnick (’12) founded a nonprofit, GTGTech, that pairs teens with seniors to help them with their technology needs and questions.Watch Video
“Milton graduates come out ready to be scholars and leaders. They are ready to take on the world.”