We were recently notified by one of our vendors about a data security incident that may have involved the personal information of our constituents. Archmere Academy takes the protection and proper use of our constituents’ information very seriously. We have therefore set up the Security Incident Resource Center to explain the incident and provide constituents with steps they can take to protect themselves.
Fifty-one Archmere Academy Students Recognized with 138 awards in 12 Art and Design categories, 5 Portfolio Awards, and 2 of 5 Statewide American Visions Awards (“Best in Show,” across all categories)
Fifty-one Archmere Academy art students won recognition for their fine art accomplishments in the 2021 Delaware Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s most prestigious and competitive contest for excellence in fine art. Work is evaluated based on originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal voice or vision. Gold Key awards represent the top 5% of work entered into each category, Silver Keys represent the top 10%. All Gold Key award winning work now advances to the national level of the competition, where students will be eligible for additional scholarships, exhibition, and publication opportunities.
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.
Archmere senior Sanjay Long has been named one of forty-one Mini Max high school award winners for Delaware by the Maxwell Football Club. Players were nominated by their coaches and were evaluated based on criteria that includes football performance, academics and community service. One senior from each Delaware football team is represented.
Math Madness is an online, team-based competition event that takes place each fall and spring, enabling students to compete in leagues of weekly competition followed by a nation-wide, single-elimination bracket tournament. This month, Archmere was named the 2020 Division IIB High School Math Madness Championship Team after a fantastic win over Greensboro Day School in North Carolina.
Congratulations to all of our fall athletes who were named to the Diamond State All-Conference teams and the All-State teams. In addition, the girls cross country team, field hockey team and the football team all captured the DSAC Championship for their fall seasons.
Congratulations to two of our coaches who were named Diamond State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year: field hockey Head Coach Heidi Dell'Oso, and football Head Coach, John Bellace. Football player Mike Van Belle was named DSC Lineman of the Year, while his teammate Kevin DiGregorio was named the DSC Defensive Player of the Year. Soccer player Gavin Fanning received Conference Player of the Year.