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A Rigorous College Prep Curriculum
Archmere’s rigorous college preparatory program challenges students to expand their thinking, sharpen their skills, take ownership of their learning potential, and explore new opportunities that empower them to reach an unprecedented level of personal distinction and achievement.
Committed, Caring, Credentialed Teachers
Archmere’s greatest asset is its committed faculty, an experienced, credentialed, and talented group of women and men dedicated to academic excellence. In the classroom, faculty members focus on a challenging college-prep curriculum dedicated to developing critical thinking skills, intellectual questioning and academic discipline.
The faculty engage students on a personal level in a small, encouraging setting, and teachers help guide the students to become organized, self-motivated, and ultimately, independent learners. Teachers are accessible throughout the school day, before school, during school free periods and after school until 4:30 p.m.
Archmere faculty members are also actively engaged in the students’ lives outside the classroom. Teachers serve as academic advisers, mentors, activity moderators and athletic coaches, helping students to envision a world that extends their values beyond the classrooms.
"I took advantage of the many AP courses offered at Archmere. As a result of a rigorous schedule, I entered college as a sophomore. I found the classwork at one of the top 10 schools in the nation to be 'less' demanding than my courses at Archmere, and I was tremendously well-prepared for my future academic career. I cannot possibly imagine any other school delivering an even remotely-comparable experience."
- Archmere Alumni Survey

Classroom News

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  • March 2019

    Speech and Debate Team Set to Compete at National Level

    The Speech and Debate team competed at Cab Calloway last weekend for the opportunity to represent Delaware at the NCFL's (National Catholic Forensic League's) National Championship in Milwaukee over Memorial Day weekend. Five of the seven Archmere students competing earned that right:
    Seth Bale '19:  Oratorical Declamation (performing a speech given by another person) (Seth is also the alternate in Oral Interpretation of Literature)
    Amanda Treston '22:  Oral interpretation of literature
    Monica Onishi '19 and Rohit Mathur '21 (stepping in/up at the last moment): Duo Interpretation of Literature
    Owen Phillips '21:  Student Congress (parliamentary debate--as the alternate in Lincoln-Douglas debate, Owen moves on in Congress) 
    Their next competition is the First State Speech and Debate Championships, held on April 13th in Middletown, DE.

    AP World History Creates Caricatures

    Last week, Bill McGowan's AP World History class created "Funko Pop" Caricatures of late 18th/early 19th century historical figures. The students researched and developed their caricatures, and were given a blank template to use to develop their ideas. In addition, they had to design two other important people that their caricature would be associated with and provide a brief biography of their historical figures.

    For pictures of the class project, click here.

    Interdisciplinary Field Trip to the Delaware Art Museum

    Social Justice in Art field trip to the Delaware Art Museum. The classes in attendance were, Women’s Writers (Karen Linton), Short Stories (Tim Dougherty), Social Justice (Kathryn Hudson & Tom Mengers), Photography ( Kate Huffman), and my American Civil Rights.
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