Our graduates leave RA as authentically self-assured students who are empowered to follow their passions, shaping their futures with ingenuity and integrity. The forward-thinking academic foundation they build at RA, through a program that nurtures the spirit of curiosity and the adventure of discovery, has enabled our graduates to make significant breakthroughs in their fields. Meet some of our graduates who have done just that in the areas of STEM, athletics, and history.

Alumni Profiles

Bryce Heaton '19

Student ambassador, talented musician, varsity tennis captain, and president of King School’s Student Government.

Class Notes

Anni Satinover Denzel '02 & Chris Denzel '01
Anni and Chris welcomed their first child in April 2022.
Rachel Bakish ’09
Rachel is currently a Marketing Manager for Columbus & Over Group, which specializes in luxury residential real estate transactions. She is also a freelance designer who started her own company Bakish Designs while studying at Northeastern University.
Bryce Chu ’14
Bryce is in his senior year at Northeastern University and will be graduating with a Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering in Spring 2022. Recently, Bryce completed an internship at a surgical robotics company.
Kierstin Chu ’11
Kierstin is living in New York City and working at Attentive Mobile, a Ad Tech/Marketing company, as an Associate Product Manager. Her work focuses on message infrastructure through work in data analytics, product strategy, and partner management.
Megan Chu ’09
Megan is pursuing a combined Juris Doctor and Master of Public Administration at New York University, and spent summer 2021 as an intern in the New York City Law Department Summer Honors Internship Program. Megan hopes to continue working in government after receiving her JD/MPA, so that she can help to create regulation and policy that will promote the wellbeing of as many people as possible.
Sam Young ’21
Sam was selected as an alternate in the International Entrepreneurship Competition SXSW Start UP EDU for his business RestVest. Sam shares, “It's very exciting to be in the company of teams from around the globe from the UAE to California. I have been busy working on RestVest, building a website, conducting focus groups, and reaching out to occupational therapists for feedback. I have also partnered with the St. Luke's mental health awareness club ‘Mind Matters’ to help remove the stigma around teenage mental health issues. I am proud to report the RestVest I designed has received a published patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. You can find me on Instagram at @rest.vest and check out my website”
Schuyler Kemeny ’02

Schuyler (student from 1995-1999) enrolled her daughter at Landmark this year. Schyler shares, “Landmark was many years ago for me; but every time I drive up Route 7, I look over at the schoolhouse on New Street. Landmark-a-thons, Thanksgiving in the Great Hall, sleepovers at Emily's house—it's all still totally vivid. I moved to the area with my own family last year, and my husband and I were thrilled to enroll our daughter in the Landmark Preschool program. She's loved every minute, and it’s been a joy to be on the parent side and see how the school has grown. Her sister will join her on campus in a couple of years, too. To classmates and teachers from the old “Landmark Academy” days, sending all best wishes. I remember you so well!”