Alumni News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Three Questions with a Career Professional Series

    Archmere’s College Counseling Office’s Three Questions with a Career Professional YouTube series explores different career fields with Archmere community members, such as alumni and parents of current students and alumni.  Ms. Catherine Souza, Associate Director of College Counseling & Coordinator of Career Programs, asks each guest to share their education and career history, what a day in their life looks like, and how students interested in their career field could learn more. Additionally, they share the best piece of advice they’ve received throughout their career.
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  • Frank Burr '45 Honored with Posthumous Diploma on Veterans Day

    In honor of celebrating all who have fought nobly for their country, Archmere Academy celebrates Veterans Day by honoring former Archmere student, Frank Carpenter Burr, who lost his life during World War II with a posthumous diploma. He would have graduated with the Class of 1945.
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  • Joseph R. Biden ‘61 Becomes First Auk Elected as President of the United States

    Archmere Academy cultivates empathetic leaders who are prepared for every good work, and now the first alumnus of the school has been elected to this country’s highest office. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. ‘61 has been elected the 46th President of the United States of America.
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  • David Kubacki '92 Uses the Power of Play to Solve Problems

    Archmere alumnus David Kubacki '92 facilitated a LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshop for the Class of 2024. His company ViaDel Consulting Group works with teams to enhance their productivity. He shares his experience in using play for team building and self-reflection. 
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  • Madison Kennedy '16 is inspiring youth through Alaska Fellows Program

    Madison Kennedy '16 started a new venture in the middle of a pandemicin Sitka, AK.
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Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.