Alumni

Lifelong Connections

Across the country and around the globe, Shaker Road School graduates continue to build upon the strong education and values they learned as students. Because we have such a strong school community, we seek to maintain connections with our alumni months and years after they move on to the next stages of their lives.

We invite all graduates to return to campus whenever possible, whether they’re attending a school athletic event, stopping by to talk to a favorite teacher, answer questions for a group of high school-bound students, or just to see what we’ve been up to lately. Our doors are always open, and we’re always curious to know about your recent accomplishments, and how you’re life is expanding in new directions.

Our alumni team is working to bring our graduates together through several new social events, so if you haven’t checked in to see your former classmates, teachers, or even the campus in a while, please consider connecting with us soon. And, be sure to check out our Alumni Spotlight below – and send us your recent stories so we can profile you!

We hope to hear from you soon!

Cathy Linden

Cathy Linden, Alumni Coordinator

Featured Alumni Spotlight

Paul Wiley (’12) and his siblings and cousin manufacture professional-grade face shields

Read Full Article in The Concord Monitor

By TIM O’SULLIVAN
Monitor staff
The Concord Monitor
May 13, 2020

Paul Wiley puts the final touches on a Wilox mask in the basement of the Wiley home in Bow on Tuesday, May 13, 2020. The name was formed with the combination of the two cousins names. Photo Credit: GEOFF FORESTER—Monitor staff

Emily Senko (’17) thrives in net for Bishop Brady soccer, ice hockey

Read Full Article in The Concord Monitor


The Concord Monitor
January 23, 2020

Bishop Brady girls’ soccer goalie Emily Senko makes a leaping save against Hopkinton on Sept. 19. Photo Credit: TIM O’SULLIVAN

SRS Alumni Jonathan Weinberg (’14) Helps to Plan Walk-out for School Safety

Students plan walkouts, rallies to honor shooting victims and urge change


The Concord Monitor
February 26, 2018

Concord High School senior Jonathan Weinberg talks about the rally being planned in response to the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., on Friday in Concord, Feb. 23, 2018. Photo Credit: Elizabeth Frantz—Monitor staff