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  • Artwork by Thomas Diamanty '15 Selected for Traveling National Art Exhibit
    The Art.Write.Now.2015 National Exhibition features the most creative visual and literary art by teens from across the country, identified through the prestigious Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. In March, Thomas Diamanty ’15 received a Gold Key award from Scholastic for his digital submission “Hang Me Up to Dry”. His work was on display in New York City in June and recently selected for the Art.Write.Now.Tour, the national traveling exhibition of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.


  • Noah Nuimataiwalu '16 Selected to Compete in Elite Rugby Tournament
    As a member of the Atlantis Select rugby touring team, Archmere's Noah Nuimataiwalu '16 will play in the Serevi RugbyTown Sevens tournament in Glendale, Colorado this weekend. The Atlantis Rugby team, making its debut in the Colorado tournament this year, provides touring teams for select boys and girls U-16, U-19 and men’s and women’s elite. The 2015 Serevi RugbyTown Sevens tournament will be held at Infinity Park in Colorado, August 14-16. In addition to high school teams, the tournament also includes 17 national and international elite teams, including all five U.S. military branches.

    For Goff Rugby Report's coverage of the Atlantis Select Team, click here: 
  • Archmere Junior Receives Honors at the University of Indiana Jacobs School of Music
    Conor McAvinue '17 attended a month long music camp at the University of Indiana, Jacobs School of Music this summer. The camp hosted students from all areas across the globe, including Singapore, Italy, Columbia, Argentina, France, Iceland and Japan, as well as many cities within the Unites States. In addition to daily quartet sessions, private lessons, viola choir and four mandatory hours of practice each day, Conor also competed in a chamber competition, placing second. His quartet played one movement of a Franz Joseph Hayden quartet. 

    The University of Indiana camp also held a solo viola competition in which Conor received second place. During this intensive music camp he was privileged to perform in masterclasses for both Indiana University professors and for area professionals. 


    To view Conor's final quartets performance, click here