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Our mission is to enhance and renew the lifelong Craig School experience for all alumni, whoever they are and wherever they may be. We strive to inspire new ideas, affiliations, friendships, professional fulfillment, and acts of service. Keep your contact information up to date so you don't miss out on events of interest. Share the latest events in your life with us and your classmates—whether it's adding to your family, starting a new job, traveling the globe, or anything in between. Once a Badger, always a Badger!


Olivia Marshall

Craig High School Class of 2011

Ms. Olivia Marshall is graduating from William Patterson University (WPU) this spring with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication and majoring in Media Production.  While at WPU, she was a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, worked at the campus bookstore and student safety patrol, and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.  In her time at Craig High, Olivia played on every sports team, attended every school dance, and joined every Stepping Out.  Her perfect record still stands today.  Below is a quote from Olivia’s mom, Dr. Marshall.  We are so proud of Olivia! 


“Olivia has had epilepsy since she was 2 years old.  Over her lifetime she has been resuscitated twice and had to learn to walk and talk twice.  We were told when she was about 10 that she would never be able to learn how to read.  Thanks to the Craig School not only did she learn to read, but she also learned how to learn!”  Dr. Brenda Marshall  


Dianna Rosenbaum-Frattle

Craig High School Class of 2006

Married to a naval officer. Currently district manager for a company that runs Salons and barbershops on military bases. Also running a Jr. Stylist and Barber program. Has traveled the world with the navy, including Japan. Dianna writes, “...I wish there were more schools like Craig simply because I have a child that would benefit greatly from the hands-on learning and wonderful environment Craig has. The school puts its students first and wants all of us to succeed and because of Craig I was able to find myself as a person and carry on what my teachers did for me to my child. From the learning tools to self-love Craig continues to shine through in my household.”

Ryan Smith

Craig Eighth Grade Class of 2011

Graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in Entrepreneurship in 2019. While he was an undergraduate, he served as a Teaching Assistant for both Public Speaking and the Business School’s capstone course. After undergrad, Ryan joined the United States Peace Corps as a Community Health Promoter in Sierra Leone. In that role, he conducted community health talks and worked on micro-developmental projects, the most notable of which was fixing a water tower for a local hospital. After the Peace Corps, Ryan went to graduate school and received his MBA with honors from Loyola University (MD) in May 2021 specializing in business analytics. Over the course of his MBA, he joined Accenture as a Recruiting Analyst, and he was recently transferred and joined their consulting program as an analyst working with their AI and Business analytics practice. (the picture shows him and his girlfriend who is a pediatric ICU nurse at Johns Hopkins).

Lexi Kronenberg

Craig High School Class of 2014

Graduated from the Career and Community Studies Program at The College of New Jersey. She currently works in her family’s real estate management firm as an Office Assistant. She notes that she had a great 8 years at The Craig School and one of her favorite memories is working backstage at the talent show.

Steven Dinallo

Craig Eighth Grade Class of 2011

Graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2019 with his business management degree. Currently pursuing his Sports Industry Management Masters at Georgetown University trying to pursue a career in sports as a scout. "My favorite memory from Craig is the people I met there. Not just the students but the teachers like Mrs. Reese, Mrs. Ranieri, Mr. Furlong, Mr. Snowdon and so many more had such a huge impact on my life. I still come and visit every chance I get and am always welcomed with open arms. Honestly, one of my favorite memories is when I came back and coached the basketball and lacrosse team for two years. Making an impact on those kids' lives and giving back to a school that gave so much to me was a dream come true. Truly one of the best times in my life."


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