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With over 950 alum, Julia Moragn School for Girls has come a long way since the school graduated its first class of 49 girls in 2002. As our Founding Head of School Ann Clarke predicted, our alum are creating their own "historical moments" as they move from college into the professional world. From scientists and artists to doctors and lawyers, they continue to share with us the impact JMSG made on their careers and passions, proving that they are the confident, capable, creative, and compassionate leaders of today.

Alum Snapshot

Top 3 Attended Independent High Schools:
1. The College Preparatory School
2. Bentley School (Upper)
3. Head-Royce

Top 10 Attended Colleges/Universities:
1. UC Los Angeles
2. Stanford
3. UC Davis 
4. UC Berkeley 
5. Oberlin College 
6. UC Santa Barbara 
7. California Polytechnic State University 
8. Occidental College
9. UC San Diego 
10. Scripps College, University of Puget Sound, Lewis and Clark College, NYU

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"My time at JMSG was very important in helping me learn to think for myself and remain accountable for my beliefs. It helped me develop my leadership skills, as well as my ability to collaborate, and fostered my ambitious personality. Furthermore, JMSG helped me engage with the greater community and explore my imagination through unconventional field trips and retreats, something I would not have experienced at other schools."

-Kristina, JMSG '09 and Harvard University '17

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    Monika Chin 

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Impacting Change

Danielle West ('13) became particularly interested in the gender wage disparity for African-American women. She decided that she wanted to take steps that could impact change in the system that creates the disparity. As a result, she decided that working as a leader in government offered her the best opportunity to impact her community. She applied and was granted a seat on the Hayward Youth Commission. Presently, she considers this to be a first step and plans to continue in government, making a foray into elected positions when the time comes.