Our alumni never truly leave Edge School.

Edge graduates embody the values that shaped their time here – leadership, effort, attitude and dignity. These values and the Edge School’s culture of personal excellence in academics, athletics, and character reaches out to communities near and far through the contributions of our alumni.

Alumni Stories

Our alumni are the true face of Edge School and the measure of our success. They exemplify the deep personal character developed through the Edge philosophy, and we are proud to share what they've been up to since graduation. Explore their stories, articles, and updates below.

Do you have, or know a great Mountaineer alumni story? Please email us at alumni@edgeschool.com or use our Share Your Story form. We look forward to hearing from you!

Edge Alumni Council

Edge Mountaineers belong to a powerful network of successful professionals. The new Edge Alumni Council is a volunteer network that provides professional and personal support by connecting alumni with each other and the School.

Email alumni@edgeschool.com to get connected and get involved with the Edge Alumni Council today! You will be contributing to an increasingly connected, active and successful Edge alumni network.

Staying Connected

With more than 650 graduates, staying connected with the Edge community gives you an opportunity to reconnect and network with peers, celebrate Edge alumni success, and support a new generation of students.

Have you updated your email address and moved out of your parent’s house since graduation? Chances are we might not know. Join the LinkedIn Edge School for Athletes Alumni group and update your contact info by emailing alumni@edgeschool.com. Please also let us know if you’d like to receive the Edge Alumni Newsletter every few months.

Leugner-Lavallee Perseveres in the Face of Overwhelming Loss

University life is a time of hugely personal triumphs and tragedies with lasting consequences.

Sanderson's Journey to being an NHL Draft Pick

Jake Sanderson's young life can be described with one word: relocation.

Spoonhunter navigates his basketball path

Growing up an Indigenous boy in Lethbridge, Alberta, hockey was king in Spoonhunter’s community.

Ejim Living Her Dream

The Class of 2020 Grad talks about committing to Gonzaga University.

Lindsay Clarkson (class of 2014)

Clarkson Soars from Dance into Radioactive World of Nuclear Medicine

Scott Milnthorp (class of 2010)

Milnthorp Stays Connected to the Sports World

Taylor Forster (class of 2014)

From Tennis to Volleyball to Marketing, Forster Impresses with wide Range of Talents

Ivana Walcott (class of 2009)

Fulfilling Career Path in Nursing for Walcott

Mick Leahy (class of 2010)

Leahy finds Surprise Passion in the World of Sports Science

Matt Dumba

Dumba Shares Keys to Success

Nicola Dominikovich (class of 2013)

Edge Alumna finds community across North America and New Zealand

Pioneers: The Original Seven

They were pioneers. The original seven Edge students began the grand experiment that would see Edge School grow into its own campus in Springbank, with hundreds of graduates across the world.


There are certain milestones in life that stand out. Graduations and weddings are among the notable ones that mark transitions to new phases in our lives.

Alma Maters: Kassidy MacPhail

For Kassidy MacPhail (Class of 2013), 2018 has been a busy year.

Edge School to Marian U – A Match Made in Hockey

Marian University is a small liberal arts university in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Founded in 1936, Marian has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students.

Sang Lee, Class of 2010

Playing for Money: Sang Lee's Road to a Professional Golf Career

Spend some time with Sang Lee (Class of 2010) and you will learn a lot about the ups and downs of making your way as a professional golfer.

Doug McDonald, Class of 2010

“Use school as a vehicle to see more of the world.”

Doug McDonald (Class of 2010) is not afraid of a challenge. A master’s student at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), a leading engineering research university in Germany, he is making the most of an amazing international study experience.

Danelle Tucker, Class of 2015

Danelle Tucker is a professional ballerina with Ballet Tucson. She graduated from Edge in 2015. We caught up with her recently to learn about her Edge experience and where her career has taken her since graduation.

Q&A with James (Jim) Molloy, Class of 2014

James (Jim) Molloy attended Edge School for his last year of high school and graduated in 2004. We caught up with him recently to talk about his time at Edge and to find out where he is now.

The Stachiw Brothers and the Evolution of Edge School

The story of Edge School is one of inspiration and evolution.

Family Ties: The Hamiltons

It’s a cold and snowy Thursday afternoon in early April – all too common weather this spring. We are making the drive up to Hamilton Farms, home of Gail and Rob Hamilton.

Kaitlin Hrudey Visits Edge School for Mental Health Week

On Wednesday, May 2, as part of Edge School’s Mental Health Week, Kaitlin Hrudey (Class of 2011) visited Edge School and spoke with our students about her experience with mental illness.

Duckett Performance Centre – Still Home for Alumni and Families

Among the many reasons why alumni and families stay connected with Edge School, one of the most tangible is training at the Duckett Performance Centre (DPC).