Life After Logan

There is life after Logan and it's fabulous! Our Alumni have said that they are Logan Kids for Life!

Just to give you an idea of what we mean, see below for an abbreviated list of our alumni achievements as well as lists of the high schools and colleges that they have attended over the last 5 years.

A group of alumni looking through documents together.
4 Alumni girls posing together.
Alumni at the 2018 reunion.
Alumni group picture
A student with faculty at an alumni gathering.
Three alumni posing together.
Two alumni students posing with a pop-sickle near the playground.
Two alumni posing at the reunion 2019.
A group of alumni from 2019 posing for the camera with Markus Hunt.
Older students posing, arm in arm, with an ultimate frisbee.

Here's What Our Alumni Are Up To

Science & Engineering
  • Designed a tape dispenser for the International Space Station that will work in zero gravity without using an exposed blade
  • Selected from over 1,000 applicants to be one of 11 interns for summer 2016 at Khan Academy with a focus on Mobile Development
  • Was awarded the Herbert J. Greenberg Award in Mathematics, Computer Science Outstanding Academic Achievement Award and Special Award for Outstanding Citizenship
  • Received a summer internship with the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) as a senior aviation administration student
  • Started a company, MusiQuest, a music education app and desktop software tool for students, that empowers students of all skill levels to connect with the joy of music and enjoy music composition
  • Published an article in the New England Journal of Medicine about advancements in chronic lymphocytic leukemia
  • Wrote the coding for the hydrofuge which enables plants to grow in space
  • Published, "The Privacy Prescription: Why Health Data Privacy Is in Critical Condition and How to Fix It"
  • Presented research at the Joint Global Neurofibromatosis Conference in Paris, France
Sports & Adventure
  • Competed at the 2021 Olympic Trials for Diving
  • Competed with Team USA in the Hyderabad Polo and Riding Club International Women’s Tournament
  • Played on East High School Varsity Basketball State Championship Team
  • Competed in the Junior Olympic Fencing Championship and took 8th place out of 183 competitors
  • Participated in the 2015 Youth US National Championship in the Modern Pentathlon and competed in the Youth World Championship in Buenos Aires
  • Set out on a 10-month bicycle journey from the coast of Columbia to the tip of Chile - about 10,000 miles
  • As captains took their Ultimate Frisbee team won the state championship
Arts & Literature
  • Founded a bilingual charter school
  • Solo show, “Returning the Gaze,” at The Denver Art Museum
  • Original vocals and compositions featured on the Soundtrack for the Thai-language Baz Poonpiriya and Wong Kar Wai film "One for the Road"
  • Received an honorable mention in the Amy Levy Contest recognizing young Jewish writers
  • Won 1st and 2nd place in extemporaneous speaking in the Mile High Speech and Debate Tournament at the University of Denver
  • Published the book, “Sleep Wise: How to Feel Better, Work Smarter, and Build Resilience”
  • Named MacArthur Fellow, 2021
  • Wrote, produced, choreographed, oversaw set design and performed in "Cirque Floresta", which premiered at the Cleo Parker Robinson Institute of Dance.
  • Won 2nd place in musical theater in the National Student Auditions for NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing)
  • Colorado 2023 DECA State Champion
  • Secured funding from investors for their entrepreneurial venture, Tennisify
  • Featured as a historian on an episode of “This American Life”
  • Member of East High School team that placed first in the 32nd Annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Finals
  • Published the book, “Ranger Games,” an Amazon bestseller of September 2017
  • Wrote the critically acclaimed play, “The Treasurer,” which performed for an extended run at Playwrights Horizons in New York City
  • Named one of Forbes’ 2019 30 Under 30
Humanitarian & Community Causes
  • Founded East Students Demand Action, a chapter of the national student group, Students Demand Action
  • Named CEO of Girl Effect, an international non-profit that creates safe digital spaces and campaigns for girls in Asia and Africa with an emphasis on sexual health, nutrition, education, and relationships
  • Was awarded a Humanity in Action Fellowship to become one of 24 fellows to study in Warsaw, Poland, focusing on discrimination and hate speech
  • Served on the  Colorado Youth Advisory Council (COYAC)
  • Received of the 2018 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize


Colorado Academy
Colorado Early College Parker
Dawson School
Denver School of the Arts
Denver School of Science and Technology - Cedar
The Denver Waldorf School
East High School
George Washington High School
The Hotchkiss School
Kent Denver School
Lakewood High School
The Lawrenceville School
Littleton High School
North High School
Northfield High School
Phillips Exeter Academy
The Putney School
Regis Jesuit High School
South High School
St. Mary’s Academy
Stanford Online
Thomas Jefferson High School


American University
Amherst College
Arizona State University
Aurora University (Illinois)
Barnard College
Bowdoin College
California Polytechnic State University
Carleton College
Case Western Reserve University
Claremont McKenna College
Colgate University
Colorado College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University
Columbia University
CSU with Boettcher
Dartmouth College
Eckerd College
Harvey Mudd College
Kalamazoo College
Lewis & Clark College
Middlebury College
New York University
Northwestern University
Norwich University
Pitzer College
Pomona College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Santa Clara University
St. Lawrence University
Stanford University

Swarthmore College
Syracuse University
Texas A&M
The University of St. Andrews
Tufts University
Union College
University of Florida
University of Arizona
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Chicago
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Colorado, Denver
University of Hawaii
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of Oregon
University of Otago (New Zealand)
University of Portland
University of Puget Sound
University of Rochester
University of San Diego
University of Southern California
University of Washington, Seattle
Vanderbilt University
Vassar College
Villanova University
Virginia Tech
Washington University in St. Louis
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University