Each year, Archmere nominates three students who have excelled in science to participate in an interview program with the Delaware Valley Science Council. One of the Archmere participants was selected as a finalist. Congratulations to Nick Zhu '22 for being selected as that finalist.
In addition, the Archmere Science Department selects two juniors for science awards. The first award is called the Rensselaer Medal. It is awarded to a student that has excelled in math and science in the class and extracurricularly. It includes a scholarship to Rensselaer Tech. Nick Zhu '22 was also selected as this year's recipient.
The second award is the Bausch and Lomb Science Award. The Award qualifies the student for a scholarship program at the University of Rochester. It is awarded to a student that has excelled in science in the classroom and extracurricularly. Simi Edeki '22 was selected as the Bausch and Lomb recipient. Congratulations to Simi for this award.
Archmere English Teacher Steve Klinge Helps Write American Lit & Rhetoric Textbook
Archmere English Teacher Steve Klinge was recently a featured author in the Teacher's Edition of the American Lit & Rhetoric textbook. He edited and wrote many of the headnote / bio blurbs throughout the book and the teacher annotations for Chapter 5, Redefining America (the opening American Character chapter). Steve's name appears as a featured author on the book cover, and his bio can be found on the inside cover.
Introduction to Design Class Creates Empowerment Posters
Supervised by Archmere art teacher Maia Palmer, the students picked a topic that was important to them, wrote a research paragraph and created a poster about how they want to change the world. View the posters here.