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.
Girl Scouts who change the world by tackling an issue that is important to them earn the Girl Scout Gold Award. It takes making the world a better place to a new level. Maggie Dempsey ’21 and Kaitlyn Kaulback ’22 each drove lasting change in her community and earned this highest award.
Archmere art student Jocelyn Zavala-Garcia '22 has been named the recipient of the annual Michael Curcio '06 Emerging Artist Scholarship Award for her commitment to the study of art, outstanding portfolio, and originally conceived sketchbook. Jocelyn was selected for the award by Archmere’s Fine Art Department faculty, and her work will be highlighted at the upcoming Archmere Fine Arts Festival on April 23-24.
The Archmere Academy Drama Club is proud to present its Spring Musical, the Stephen Sondheim classic, Into the Woods. This stunning Broadway musical won several Tony awards in 1987 including Best Book and Best Score for a Musical. Into the Woods weaves togethermultiple Brothers Grimm fairy tales, exploring the themes of dreams and “being careful what you wish for”.
The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, the nonprofit organization that presents the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, has recognized a record number of four Archmere students with National Scholastic Art Medals. This was the first time in school history that the Fashion category has won a medal. Archmere medal categories also include Mixed Media and Ceramics. Sophomore Adam Hartman received the National American Visions Medal in the Ceramics category, recognized as one of the top 50 works of art in the nation.
Congratulations to all of our winter athletes who were named to the Diamond State All-Conference teams and the All-State teams. Archmere accolades also included the Diamond State Athletic Conference Championship title for the boys basketball team. The girls basketball team boasted a #6 seed for the State Tournament and made a back-to-back quarterfinal appearance. The swim team sent 14 swimmers to the State Meet, with the boys team placing 7th overall. The wrestling team sent every wrestler to the State Meet and all made it to the subsequent round, and the indoor track team broke two school records at the DIAA State Championship Meet.