Proud to be BPS Alumni
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The connections we make in high school can last a lifetime. Birmingham Public Schools would like to help our alumni keep in touch and reach out to fellow classmates. Browse this site for more information.We welcome conversations, ideas and suggestions - and of course, your updated information! You can contact us below and update your information.Anne CronBirmingham Public Schools248.203.3066
Seaholm Class of 1967 celebrates 50 years!
Three days of fun!
Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
Seaholm football game and afterglow
Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017
Morning tour of Seaholm
Bus to Detroit, Lunch and Motown Museum tour (add-on cost)
Golf on Course (add-on cost)
Birmingham Athletic Club
Dinner, videos, music and more
Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017
Birmingham Farmers Market meet-up
to register for reunion information, walk down memory lane and help us locate missing classmates. It is a very, very easy process, secure and limited to classmates.
If you are non-digital,
call 248.763.1116 or mail (ASAP)
6982 Pebblecreek Woods Dr.
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Please contact Anne Cron at firstname.lastname@example.org to list your upcoming reunion on our site.
Alumni in the News
Derby/Seaholm runner takes off
Rachel DaDamio has continued to soar as a runner at Notre Dame since graduating from Seaholm. Learn more about her experience:
"Since I started track at Derby Middle School, my Sunday has consistently involved a long run." Read more: http://www.und.com/sports/c-track/spec-rel/022017aaa.html
Groves grad, Kate Miller, heads to Antarctic
Kate Miller, a 2007 Groves High School graduate, joined the Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. and traveled to the South Pole. During her trip she will conduct experiments to further understand the universe. Read her story here: http://www.candgnews.com/news/groves-alumna-joins-antarctic-expedition-96388
Meredith Starkman named Wallberg Fellow
Congratulations to 2012 Groves High School alumna, Meredith Starkman. Starkman was named a Wallenberg Fellow and was recently featured on the University of Michigan’s website. Read her story here: http://global.umich.edu/newsroom/artistic-activism-in-india/
Teri Dale Hansen appearing in Sound of Music
Teri Dale Hansen, a 1982 Seaholm graduate, plays Elsa Schraeder in the touring production of The Sound of Music. After graduating from Seaholm, Hansen went on to study opera at Florida State University. She signed on with the Houston Grand Opera for three years after graduating. Hansen has since been active in theatre and operatic productions. Read her interview with the Oakland Press.
Claire Daugherty named Miss Michigan
State Rodeo Queen 2016
Claire Daugherty, a 2013 Seaholm graduate, was crowned Miss Michigan State Rodeo Queen 2016 at the 47th annual Spartan Stampede in February. Claire is a junior at Michigan State University studying agribusiness management and is an active member of the MSU Rodeo Club. As Miss Michigan State Rodeo Queen 2016, she will participate in parades and rodeos in Michigan, make appearances at public events, and visit schools to talk about the sport of rodeo throughout her reigning year. (Photo credit to Iryshe Photography)
Ryan Kadro named Executive Producer of
CBS This Morning
Congratulations to Ryan Kadro. Kadro is the new Executive Producer of CBS This Morning and a 1993 graduate of Seaholm High School. Read more about the promotion and his career here: http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/cbs-this-morning-ryan-kadro-1201752471/.
Chris Gideon presents solo art exhibition
MONA Prize 2016 recipient, Christopher Gideon, a Seaholm graduate from the class of 1996, is an artist and photographer who currently lives and works in Royal Oak, MI. He holds a Master of Architecture Degree from Lawrence Technological University and spent over a decade working in the field of architecture before focusing on the practice of fine art.
In 2016, he presented his first solo exhibition at the Museum of New Art (MONA), featuring collages together with an assortment of pseudo-memorabilia and curiosities that raise questions about this country's most treasured, yet dubious, sport: baseball.
Learn more about the show.
Greg Kohs shows documentary, The Great Alone
Congratulations to Greg Kohs, a 1984 Seaholm graduate! Kohs showed his documentary, “The Great Alone” during the FREEP Film Festival at the Marvin and Betty Danto Lecture Hall at the DIA on April 2. More information about his film can be found at www.thegreatalone.com.
Shea Renne makes it to Broadway
Shea Renne, a 2010 Seaholm graduate, has made it to Broadway! After graduating from the Musical Theater Department at U-M in 2014, Shea moved to NYC to pursue her dreams of performing on Broadway. After 1.5 years of auditions and a few regional theater bookings, Shea announced her Broadway debut in the Broadway musical, Allegiance. The musical plays in theatres on Dec. 13. Learn more at http://allegiancemusical.com. Congratulations to Shea on achieving her dream! We wish you continued success!
Hardeman composes and conducts
Congratulations to Groves 2015 graduate Jherrard Marseille Hardeman for his work as a composer and conductor. He was featured at the 29th annual James Tatum Foundation for the Arts Classical and Jazz Benefit on Sunday, March 20. Additionally, he organized a volunteer orchestra of over 20 musicians from various schools and community orchestras to play his pieces at the event. For more information about the event, visit http://www.jamestatumfoundation.com/.