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  • Archmere Junior Receives 2015 National Spanish Exam Junior Travel Award
    John Vaile '16 has been selected as a recipient of the 2015 National Spanish Exam Junior Travel Award and will be traveling to Puerto Rico with 24 other students from around the country. Each year, the Junior Travel Award provides eligible students the opportunity to travel to and experience the culture of a Spanish-speaking country. The award includes round-trip transportation from the student’s home airport to Puerto Rico, transportation and guided excursions while in Puerto Rico, hotel stays, and most meals. 

    Upon return from the trip, John will be required to send to the Coordinator of Travel Awards an account of his experiences along with several digital photographs to be published on the NSE website. John is one of twenty-five students in the country selected as a recipient for this award. 
  • Archmere Lacrosse Team Makes Headlines in Season Opener
    In Wednesday's season opener, Archmere's Lacrosse team boasted a 20-12 victory over Saint Mark's. Archmere scored early and often, building a 13-4 halftime lead. The Spartans (0-2), came out strong in the third quarter but Archmere continued to score enough to keep them at bay.  Junior Ben Revak led Archmere with seven goals and an assist to help boost the team in the first half while Senior Colin Duffy scored six times in the second quarter, rolling one in from behind the cage and converting off a loose ball.  Archmere takes on AI DuPont HS at home this Saturday.

    Click here to see game highlights.

    Click here to read The News Journal's online story.
  • Alison Lobo '17 Wins National Spanish Exam Global Citizen Scholarship
    Alison Lobo '17 was recently awarded a National Spanish Exam Global Citizen Scholarship. The National Spanish Examination (NSE) offers sixteen Global Citizen Scholarships each year for Underclassmen. Recognizing student achievement and language proficiency in the study of Spanish, the scholarship covers the cost of tuition for a two-week Spanish immersion program through Concordia Language Villages in Minnesota. Concordia Language Villages is one of the most prestigious institutions for the teaching of foreign languages.  The national application procedure included a video clip discussion in Spanish, a typewritten essay, school transcripts and letters of recommendation. The entire length of the immersion program runs from July 27th through August 8th.