Once a part of MIHS, always a part of the family!

If you've made it to our site, we hope that means you miss us and want to get more connected! The connection between the school and our alumni should not end on graduation day. Even though you may have moved on, we hope MIHS continues to hold a special place in your heart. We’re thrilled our alumni are pursuing their passions, making the world a better place, and serving as incredible role models for our current students. Thank you for helping MIHS become a leader in education for ELLS and making us so proud.


Connect With Us!

We’d love to connect with you online so that we can share your success stories with the MIHS community and keep you up to date with news of upcoming events, information about our program, ways to get involved and more!

COME VISIT– if it's been a while since you've been to MIHS, we'd love for you to visit. You can see all the things that have been updated and improved and also see all the things that are exactly and wonderfully the same and say hello to some familiar faces along the way. Are you interested in joining our Alumni Panel to speak words of wisdom to our current students? Email Mr. Moses @!

SHARE YOUR STORY– we would love to spotlight our alumni stories to our community, showing them where a MIHS education can take you. If you have time please fill out the GoogleForm below! Thank you for dropping by!

Here's What Some of Our Alumni Are Up To:

Ysmerlyn Baez

Ysmerlyn Baez

Dominican Republic

Class of 2008

Forensic Social Work

Forensic social work is the application of social work to questions and issues relating to law and legal systems. This specialty of the social work profession goes far beyond clinics and psychiatric hospitals for criminal defendants being evaluated and treated on issues of competency and responsibility.

Kenya Torres

Kenia Torres

Dominican Republic

Class of 2007

Human Resources Manager for MUFG

Management extends right from managing employees to managing the employers and the whole HR department as well. The role of an HR manager is to manage, create, implement and supervise policies/regulations, which are mandatory for every employee and also have knowledge of its appropriate functioning

Diogomaye Ndiaye

Diogomaye Ndiaye


Class of 2006

Development Manager

Since MIHS I've graduated College, got married, and have done a little bit of traveling

I am the Development Manager for a nonprofit organization located in New York City. In a nutshell, I work in the fundraising department and tasked with raising funds for our programs. I specialize in writing grants.

Johanna Sanchez

Johanna Sanchez

Dominican Republic

Class of 2006

Business Owner

Since MIHS, I've been traveling the world!

I manage my own company. I rent for-hired vehicles. My company is a one-person company where I do everything, from the accounting to the legal endeavors that takes to manage a fleet of 40 vehicles.

America Nazario

America B. Nazario-Baez


Class of 2006

DME Specialist/ Graduate Student for Teaching Social Studies

Since MIHS, I attended City College of New York and continued my love for soccer. I obtained a BA in History - Latin America and Modern Art.

After college, I entered the field of Health Care, and I am currently working as the DME Specialist at a FIDA insurance based in NYC. I decided to transition fields, presently, I am working towards my graduate studies for Secondary School of Education in Social Studies.

Camila Franco diaz

Camila Franco Diaz

Dominican Republic

Class of 2014

Communications and Marketing Coordinator

I went to the City College of New York and graduated with a Bachelor in Communications, specializing in Advertising, Public Relations, and Consumer Psychology. As soon as I graduated college, I picked up a backpack and traveled to 13 European countries in 33 days.

I am the Communications and Marketing Coordinator at The New York Public Library. love the fact that I'm able to work in a role that supports my community. The things that I do day-to-day and the initiatives that I work on have a positive impact on where I live and have the capacity to touch friends, neighbors and family, along with the every-day folk that utilize library opportunities in the abundant variety of ways that we exist for the community.

Ilya Bereznyak


Class of 1997

Capital Project Manager

Right after HS I was accepted into RPI in Troy, NY ( upstate). I have completed my BS in Mechanical Engineering. I have worked from NASA ( Marshall Flight Center in Huntsville, AL), manufacturing, DOE projects, renewable energy, G&O industry.

I am employed as the Capital Project Manager for various Gas and Oil projects as well as energy sector companies. I still enjoy being an engineer since that is what started me in my carrier path.

My home is just South of Denver, Colorado where I enjoy wide open space, high elevation and a free parking. I am married and have been to NYC 3 times in last 20 years.

I have retired as volunteer fire fighter, achieving HazMat Tech, State Proctor credentials in addition of all the required numerous certifications.

Jenny Cruz

Dominican Republic

Class of 2006

Senior Business Consultant

Since MIHS, I became a consultant and travelled around the world.

As a Sr. Business Consultant at Kaiser Permanente, I advise management and leadership on strategy, process improvement and learning and development.

Francisco (Paco) Arias


Class of 2006

Project Manager - Energy Engineer

I graduated from The City College of NY - CUNY with a major in Environmental Engineering. Currently, I work as an Project Manager - Energy Engineer at AKF Group, a full-service consulting engineering firm. My role consists of managing energy engineering projects and finding ways to optimize building systems, reduce energy consumption, and minimize greenhouse gas emissions. My goal is to make an impact in NYC's commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability.

Other non-work related activities I pursue are amateur astronomy/astro-photography as a member of the Amateur Astronomer Association of NY (, back-country hiking and camping, all kinds of board games, and snowboarding.

Raynier Baez Guerrero

Dominican Republic

Class of 2008

Community Health Extensionist with U.S Peace Corps

Health Volunteers work within their communities to promote important topics such as nutrition, maternal and child health, basic hygiene, and water sanitation.

Volunteers also work in HIV/AIDS education and prevention programs, where they train youth as peer educators, provide support to children orphaned by the disease, and create programs that provide emotional and financial support to families and communities affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Pablo Ysrrael Abreu

Dominican Republic

Class of 2006

Vice President Data Science

Since MIHS, I attended Hamilton College where I obtained a BA in mathematics and philosophy. After Hamilton College, I've been working within the financial and technology field.

Currently I head a team of 10 data scientists for a FinTech start-up company aimed at solving digital identity verification challenges through the use of artificial intelligence.