SHMS is proud of the personal, academic and professional achievements of its alumni. Below are just a few of our most recent notable alumni.
Katie Hoy ’01 has been named a 40 Under 40 by “Business First” for being on the leading edge of her occupation and contributing her time and talent to community service. Katie is a data analyst for CRS Reprocessing in Louisville and an assistant coach for the state champion SHA swim team.
Misty Wright ’00 attends Harvard Law School and in 2011 was selected for the Kennedy School of Government’s prestigious political training program, From Harvard Square to the Oval Office. She worked with the Senate Judiciary Committee as Sen. Al Franken’s law fellow.
Clark Burckle ‘02 won a silver medal in the 200 breaststroke at the 2011 Pan Am Games. Clark is a graduate of the University of Arizona.
Rachel Helson ’03 is the founder of "Acting for a Cure", which has raised more than $100,000 for breast cancer research. In 2009, Rachel made Broadway history when she became the youngest Tony Award-nominated producer for Neil LaBute’s play, "Reasons To Be Pretty." She earned her first Broadway producing credit while still a freshman at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2007. Rachel is also the author of the book, "Philanthropy . . . A Big Word for Big-Hearted People."
The following 2008 alumni have signed letters of intent to play college athletics: Becca Corbett - diving - University of Virginia; Kelsey Buese-swimming - Michigan State University; and Megan Lipski- volleyball - State University of New York at Buffalo.