All around the world, Bridgton Academy graduates are having an impact. It’s in their communities, it’s on a national scale – maybe it’s even a global contribution. Whatever the situation, Bridgton graduates are putting their mark on our future – one Wolverine at a time.
Dan Egan, Class of 1983
Dan Egan, world-famous Extreme Skier and Emmy-nominated Producer/Director; 2017 inductee, American Ski Hall of Fame
“Bridgton was the first time in my life when I achieved things I didn’t think I could achieve.”
Jermaine Wiggins, Class of 1994
NFL Star, Super Bowl Champion
“Bridgton is the first, and most important, step in the journey ahead.”
Tyler McLaughlin, Class of 2007
Star of National Geographic’s “Wicked Tuna”
“I love Bridgton Academy. It was the greatest experience of my life.”
Steven Brooks, Class of 2003
Multi-time NCAA Lacrosse and MLL Champion
“I wanted to create my own path, and get myself in the direction to be successful.”
Bridgton Academy All Stars span industries, genres and definition.
Brigadier General David Brigham, Class of 1984
Executive Officer, NATO Allied Land Command at US Army.
Carlos Canino, Class of 1984
United States Government Agent. Among most highly decorated undercover agents in recent history.
Clarence Black, Class of 1995
Contestant on Survivor: Africa 2001, host at Sports Radio 1130 WDFN “The Fan,” PGA golf shows and Detroit Lions Pre-game shows. Currently serving as a Signal Officer with the 414th Civil Affair Battalion in Southfield, Michigan.
Dave Campo, Class of 1966
Former Dallas Cowboys Head Coach (2000-2002) and University of Kansas Defensive Coordinator (2012-2015)
Benjamin Davis, Class of 1963
Former NFL Player for Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions (1967-1976). Brother of political activist Angela Davis.
Courtney Greene, Class of 2005
Former NFL Safety for Seattle Seahawks and Jacksonville Jaguars (2009-2011). Played his college football at Rutgers.
Bruce Kimball, Class of 1975
Former NFL lineman for New York Giants and Washington Redskins. Super Bowl Champion in 1983 at Super Bowl XVII.
Cole Proctor, Class of 1962
NFL Scout for Jacksonville Jaguars. Over a dozen years as NFL scout.