The Delaware Youth Leadership Network(DYLN) prides itself on being a catalyst for growth, thought and reflection for high school students. Archmere juniors Caroline Ho and Rohit Mathur have been selected as DYLN Scholars this year after successfully performing in a competitive interview process.
The Science Olympiad team participated in an Invitational at the Girls School of Philadelphia on Saturday, December 7. The Archmere teams finished in 1st and 4th places. The two Archmere teams shared eleven 1st or 2nd place event finishes. Congratulations to all members of both the Green and White teams that competed!
Yesterday, 116 senior students spent the day shadowing professionals in a variety of fields for our annual Senior Career Experience Day! We were fortunate to have over 60 different hosts including 16 Archmere Academy alumni and 20 current or past Archmere parents.
Archmere seniors Jessica Pei and Alexandra Williamson have been named Coca-Cola Scholars Program Semifinalists, chosen from among more than 93,000 applicants due to outstanding leadership, academics, and dedication to the Archmere community. The Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors across the country. With the 31st class in 2019, the Foundation has provided over 6,000 Coca-Cola Scholars with more than $66 million in educational support.
The award, created in 1989 in memory of Msgr. Thomas J. Reese, community activist and longtime director of Catholic Social Services, the forerunner of Catholic Charities, recognizes exemplary individuals who have demonstrated a deep commitment to promoting and restoring the well-being of people — Catholic Charities’ mission.
Congratulations to all of our fall athletes who were named to the Delaware All-State or All-Conference teams. In addition, congratulations to varsity soccer player Andrew Rosenbaum ’20 on being named Player of the Year for the Diamond State Conference, soccer coach Bob Bussiere for Coach of the Year for the Diamond State Conference, football player Kevin DiGregorio '22 for earning the Diamond State Defensive Player of the Year (Linebacker) title, and cross country runner Jack Riveros '20 for earning All-County.
Archmere juniors Alexandra Cuoco and Elle Nash are members of the Young Friends of ChristianaCare organization, a group of 50 high school student volunteers from around the state who were honored this month at the DuPont Country Club. The volunteers collected more than 6,000 books for the pediatric unit of ChristianaCare hospital and were recognized with a Youth in Philanthropy Award.