At Triton, we have the pleasure of not only celebrating the academic and athletic achievements of our students, but also the continued accomplishments of our alumni.  Recently, several former students have been recognized for their success in “the real world.”

Max Bard – Max Bard graduated from Triton High School in 2008. During his time at Triton, Max enjoyed several art classes including Portfolio, Photography, AP Art Studio and Ceramics. Recently, he was awarded with the 2019 Kahn Award and a $20,000 prize for his inspired sculptures that feature rubbish and debris that he has collected and transformed into art.  A recent graduate of BU’s College of Fine Arts, Bard’s entry into the contest sponsored by The Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Fund for the Arts focused on “environmentalism and how inspiration can emerge from unexpected places.”  Congratulations, Max! We look forward to watching your artistic career flourish! Read more about Max’s artwork here.

Valerie Tosi – Valerie Tosi was a 2003 graduate of Triton High School. She was heavily involved in Visual and Performing Arts in high school, involved in such things as Band, Singers, Jazz Band, Drama, Musical Theater and Music Theory.  Today, you can still find Valerie on the stage, as she performs stand-up comedy across the country.  Most recently, Valerie returned home to perform at the Newburyport Brewing Company as part of The “Not Looking for Anything Serious” Tour with fellow LA comedian, Jeff May.  Congrats on your success, Valerie, and thanks for keeping us laughing! Check out the Newburyport News story on Valerie.

Josh Roberts – Josh Roberts graduated from Triton High School in 1994. Josh has made a career from writing, currently working by day as a Senior Executive Editor for TripAdvisor.  However, he has also written freelance for publications such as USA Today, The Boston Sunday Globe, and Business Insider. Recently, Josh’s first novel, The Witches of Willow Cove, was picked up by Hannah Smith at Owl Hollow Press to be published in the Summer of 2020.  Congratulations, Josh! We look forward to reading your story! Get a sneak peek at Josh’s novel.