Archmere Physicians’ Society

We are proud to introduce the Archmere Physicians’ Society. Formed in 2017, the primary focus of the society is to create a resource for Archmere students and young alumni interested in pursuing a career in the field of medicine. Members will also have the opportunity to build and foster relationships with fellow physicians associated with Archmere Academy.

As a thank you, we invite Society members to join us for our inaugural reception on Tuesday June 13, 2017 in The Patio at Archmere Academy.  Our featured speaker will be Dr. Louis Bartoshesky ’62.

Click here to learn more.

Additional Upcoming Alumni Events

AUKS, Esq. Happy Hour
May 18, 2017
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Tonic Bar & Grille
111 West 11th Street.
Wilmington, DE 19801
All attorneys affiliated with Archmere Academy are invited to join us for a social gathering on
Hors d'oeuvres to be provided. Cash bar. 
To register, please email Erin McNichol '92 by May 15th.
Organized By: Tony Flynn '69, Rich Beck '82, & Bill Larson '04

The Class of '77 "Back to Campus" Spring Social

June 3, 2017 
12pm to 4pm
McLaughlin- Mullen Student Life Center at Archmere Academy
In advance of our upcoming 40th reunion next fall, the Class of 1977 is invited back to campus for an afternoon Spring Social with classmates and guests.
Lunch, refreshments, beer and wine will be provided.
A fee of $50 per person is requested.
Questions? Please contact Herman Ross'77 or Erin McNichol' 92, Director of Development & Alumni Relations.

Archmere Alumni in Philadelphia Social

June 8, 2017
5pm to 8pm
The Deck at The Independence Seaport Museum
211 S. Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Click here to RSVP by Friday, June 2nd
Cash bar. Appetizers will be provided.

Alumni News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Alison Newitt Hilley '95 Starts Music Program for Kids: Jump, Jive & Jam

    Alison Hilley and Vicki Spaeth Nyce love music and love kids. When they put the two together, they created Jump, Jive & Jam early childhood music classes.

    “After working for most of the childhood music programs in the Philadelphia area, we both felt a passion for taking all of our experience and creating our own super music program,” Hilley and Nyce said. “Our classes combine all the greatest aspects of the children’s programs we had taught for. The program allows kids to have a ton of fun while learning about rhythm and melodies. Additionally, we create kids music that parents can also enjoy.”

    Click here to read the full article.
  • Ben Creekmore '14 Inducted Into Nation's Oldest College Honorary Society

    Ben Creekmore '14 has been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest and most honored college honorary society at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Requirements include maintaining a 3.85 or higher GPA with at least 75 credit hours at UNC.

    Click here to read the full press release.
  • Eileen Filliben Edmunds '84 to Lead Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition

    The board of trustees of the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition announced that Eileen Filliben Edmunds, JD/MBA, became the new executive director of the statewide nonprofit organization in January. Edmunds, a two-time breast cancer survivor and a former volunteer and board member of the coalition, is eager to settle into her new role.

    Click here to read the full article.
  • Janssen's Market Named Country's Top Independent Grocer

    Janssen’s Market, which is run by Joseph Janssen Jr. '57 who works alongside his wife Eileen and daughter Paula, has been a Greenville landmark for more than 50 years and was recently named the country’s most Outstanding Independent Grocer.
    Janssen’s Market has been run by three generations of Janssen family members since its 1952 start. All the store aisles are named after local roads. It’s well known for its outstanding cheese counter - its fromagerie features more than 250 cheeses - as well in-house butchers, a seafood department and deli and an on-staff florist.

    Click here to read the full article.
  • Archmere Seniors Experience Career Day

    On December 1, 2016, 123 senior students traveled to 73 employers to shadow professionals in their career of interest. Some students traveled as far as New York City and Washington DC. Out of the 73 employers who hosted students, 22 were alumni ranging from Classes of 1987 to 2007. The other hosts were comprised of current and past parents, spouses of faculty and staff, and friends within the Archmere community.

    Thank you to all of our hosts who participated and made this program a success!

    To view all of the photos from Career Day, click here: 

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