Alumni Facts

Students graduate from Triangle Day School armed with the skills, knowledge, integrity, and confidence to succeed – in high school, in college, and in life. Our graduates continue to make us proud by what they accomplish and the choices they make. Some recent graduates of TDS:

Anna Selig

Anna Selig

TDS Class of 2005
Jordan HS, Class of 2009

  • Student Body President as senior

Wake Forest University, Class of 2013

  • President’s Club; Dean’s List
  • Winner of Spirit of Callaway Award for Excellence in Business

Junior Marketing and Sales Manager, Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston, MA

Helen Giles

Helen Giles

TDS Class of 2006
Jordan HS, Class of 2010

  • Valedictorian
  • Participant in Howard Hughes program in Biological Sciences
  • Varsity Field Hockey

University of Chicago, Class of 2014

  • Maroon Key Society, Dean’s List
  • Chair of Board for Prospective Students Advisory Committee

Neel Patel

Neel Patel

TDS Class of 2007
Carrboro HS, Class of 2011
UNC Chapel Hill, Class of 2015

  • Morehead-Cain Scholar**

Alec Lowman

Alec Lowman

TDS Class of 2008
Jordan HS, Class of 2012

  • Awards for Excellence in English and History

Princeton University, Class of 2016

Tom Vosburgh

Tom Vosburgh

TDS Class of 2008
Jordan HS, Class of 2012

  • National Merit Scholar
  • Reached State Championships in Swimming (four years)

Duke University, Class of 2016

  • Benjamin Duke Scholar*
  • Studying economics and global health

Tanner Lockhead

Tanner Lockhead

TDS Class of 2009
Jordan HS, Class of 2013

  • Valedictorian

Duke University, Class of 2017

  • Benjamin Duke Scholar*

Elena Kovalik

Kovalik

TDS Class of 2010
Trinity School, Class of 2014

  • National Merit Scholarship Finalist
  • Captain of FTC Robotics Team 5459
  • Student Council Vice President
  • National Hispanic Recognition Scholar

UNC Chapel Hill, Class of 2018

  •    Morehead-Cain Scholar**

Jackson Dellinger

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TDS Class of 2011
Durham Academy, Class of 2015

  • High Honors
  • State Finalist in Track & Field
  • Semester at School for Ethics & Leadership

Duke University, Class of 2019

  •    Angier B. Duke Scholar*

Kaleb Barfield

Kaleb Barfield

TDS Class of 2012
J.D. Clement Early College HS, Class of 2016

  • Top 10% of class
  • Varsity Football and Baseball

Benjamin N. Duke and Angier B. Duke Scholarships

Both scholarships cover full tuition, room, board, and fees for eight semesters. Summer travel experiences and/or program-funded research projects allow scholars to enhance their personal and academic development.  The merit scholarships are valued at greater than $250,000.

** Morehead-Cain Scholarship

The “oldest, most prestigious scholarship program in the United States,” the Morehead-Cain is a four-year merit scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It covers full tuition and fees, housing, meals, books, a laptop, and supplies. In addition, Morehead-Cain Scholars participate in a fully funded, four-year Summer Enrichment Program that spans the globe.