Our alumni are special to us at JBMA! We seek to prepare each of our students to be part of a lifelong community that continues to foster the growth of students who pass  through our doors. At JBMA, our students go on to achieve great things and we love to stay in touch with each and every one of them to offer support and encouragement in their education and careers.

We are working on growing our community of alumni! One of the best ways to connect with us is through email. This page will be a great resource for you to get connected and we hope to hear from you about your successes and experiences after your time here at Bruno!

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Alumni News

Thanks to everyone who came out for the 2nd Annual Alumni Cornhole Tournament! Check back with us soon for more alumni updates!

JBMA Alum Labdhi Mehta Recognized as a 2020 US Presidential Scholar Candidate

Congratulations to a Joseph Bruno Montessori Alumni, and Indian Springs Senior Labdhi Mehta ’20 for being selected as a candidate for the United States Presidential Scholars Program 2020. This program was established in 1964 by executive order of the president, and which recognizes and honors our nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors.  Approximately 4,000 seniors, 130 from Alabama, were nominated nationwide as 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars candidates. Application to the Presidential Scholars program is by invitation only; students are invited to apply based on their SAT or ACT scores or nomination by a Chief State School Officer.  Joseph Bruno Montessori Academy is very proud of Labdhi’s several accolades and achievements which are the outcome of her efforts to constantly strive for excellence! Thank You Labdhi for being an inspiration and setting an example of dedication and determination for the other students. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors!  “Education is a natural process carried out by the human individual and is acquired not by listening to words, but by experiences in the environment.”-Maria Montessori

Photo Credit: Indian Springs School

Learn more about Dunya’s project by clicking the link below.

Al-laj’een: The Zaatari Refugee Camp

Former JBMA Student Dunya Habash Raising Awareness About Syrian Refugee Crisis

Dunya Habash, a graduate of JBMA, is currently pursuing work in documentary filmmaking to portray the issues facing Syrian refugees. She is sharing her cause through a kickstarter program to help raise awareness for this global problem. Be sure to check out her short documentary about Zaatari, a refugee camp in Jordan.

Where are they now?

Our Alumni have found success in a variety of different schools over the years. Check out some of the places our alums have found a new home!

High Schools

Alabama School of Fine Arts

Briarwood Christian School

Chelsea High School

Hoover High School

Indian Springs School

International Baccalaureate (Hoover)

International Baccalaureate (Jefferson County)

John Carroll Catholic High School

Kingwood Christian School

Mountain Brook High School

Spain Park High School

Thompson High School

Colleges and Universities

Auburn University

Birmingham Southern College

Bryn Mawr College

Coe College

Cornell University

Gwinnett Technical College

Harvard University

Hendrix College

Samford University

Sewanee:  The University of the South

Syracuse University

University of Alabama

University of Alabama at Birmingham

University of Alabama in Huntsville

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