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  • Attention Parents: First Day Forms Issue Resolved

    MMS has resolved the first day forms issue. By logging into your parent portal, you should see the following: 

    "Update Student Information" which you will click, and then click "Continue."
    You may log in and see a message "Click 'Current Student' to access first day forms." You will click "Current Student" then "Continue."
    If you click "Current Student" and it shows a screen with "Household List" and a button underneath titled "Go To Registration," you'll want to click "Go To Registration."

    If you still have any problems please email kheilman@delonecatholic.org so your MMS portal can be personally reviewed. 
    Thank you for your patience in this trial year! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents

    We are aware of a technical problem with the back-to-school forms on the MMS Parent Portal. We will notify you when the issue has been resolved.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • French/Spanish Teacher Hired

    Delone Catholic is excited to announce that Mr. Alexander Schirk has accepted the French/Spanish Teacher position. His clearances and paperwork have been submitted to the Diocese of Harrisburg and as soon as they are approved, Mr. Schirk will be on campus. Until then, he will work with Foreign Language Chair Dr. Carmen Brown to provide lesson plans for the students to do with a substitute teacher.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Delone Catholic Senior Experiences Engineering and Technology Program in Boston, Ma.

    Delone Catholic High School senior Nicholas Evich recently took part in the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Engineering & Technology.

    The eight-day, intensive program challenged scholars to become leaders of engineering and technology innovation in the 21st  century. The forum was held July 30 - August 6 on the campus of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Boston, Ma. -  recognized for excellence in engineering and technology, and ranked among the top five engineering schools nationally by U.S. News & World Report.

     At NYLF Engineering & Technology, students had the opportunity to explore college and career opportunities and get firsthand experience putting applied knowledge to the test by participating in the program’s interactive curriculum. Students explored emerging fields such as sustainable design, 3-D modeling, web and game development, robotics, electrical engineering and much more. Many of the students who attended the conference were nominated by teachers and guidance counselors based on their leadership potential and interest in engineering and technology fields.

     “This is a significant step into the future for students with a passion for innovation,” said Jan A. Sikorsky, Ph.D., the Vice President of Education for NYLF Engineering & Technology. “Exposure to real-world applications provide today’s students with a significant competitive edge in these ever changing fields.”

    NYLF Engineering & Technology is part of the Envision family of programs, serving more than 800,000 students in more than 145 countries since 1985. For more information about NYLF Engineering & Technology, visit www.envisionexperience.com/Tech.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Please Welcome Our New Vice Principal

    Delone Catholic High School is pleased to announce Mrs. Stephanie M. Williams has accepted the position of Vice Principal.

    A native of Lancaster, Pa., Mrs. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts from Drew University in Madison, N. J., and a Master of Arts in English Literature from Villanova University in Villanova, Pa. She has nearly a decade of experience in Education, including her most recent career at George School in Newtown, Pa.

    Additionally, Mrs. Williams took part in a study abroad program in Berlin, Germany in Fall 2004, and provided oversight and direction for curriculum in a partnership school in Beijing, China.

    Mrs. Williams shared her enthusiasm for joining Delone Catholic by stating, “Like many, I have been drawn to Delone Catholic because of its innovative curriculum, close-knit community, and strong core values.  I am committed to making this a phenomenal year for the Delone Catholic family, of which I am so honored and excited to now be a member."

    She will be relocating to the area with her husband and begin her career at Delone Catholic as soon as all employment paperwork is completed. A meet and greet for parents and community members will be planned once Mrs. Williams arrives.

    Delone Catholic welcomes her to our school, community and family.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Delone Catholic Students Attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW)

    Two Delone Catholic High School seniors were granted full scholarships to attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week.

    Rob McGough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck and Michelle McGough of Hanover, and Andrew Hernandez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie and DeSales Hernandez of Hanover, were granted scholarships to attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 2016 on the campus of Lycoming College located in Williamsport, PA. 

    Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week is a weeklong economic education program that offers students an inside look at the private enterprise system and the free market functions. McGough and Hernandez attended Week One of the five, one-week sessions offered this summer on the campus of Lycoming College. 

    During the week, student “companies” simulate the actual operation of their own businesses for the equivalent of three years.  Business volunteers serve as “Company Advisors” who mentor students as they face many of the same decisions real executives confront.  The companies compete against each other in the areas of management skill, return of net assets, a marketing and advertising campaign, and a presentation to stockholders.  Company Advisors do not make decisions for their team, but suggest available options and share their own experiences and challenges.  Scholarship winners learn the value of teamwork, cooperation, and leadership.

    Hernandez served as the Communications Director of his company, Sneak Peak Sneakers, which was awarded the Executive Fitness Award at the end of the week.  McGough served as Communications Director and Project Manager for his company, EvoluShoe Sneakers. Their product was a shoe with a sole that could be replaced for different sports. EvoluShoe Sneakers was awarded Top Company Winner and had some of the highest quarterly scores in the history of PFEW due to success in all areas of business. 

    Dozens of world-class speakers present seminars covering topics like relationships of business with labor, government, and consumers.  The students also hear talks about business ethics, management and leadership skills, the economic system future, the global marketplace, money and banking, business operations, careers in business, marketable skills, and much more.

    Entirely funded, taught, and staffed by the Pennsylvania business community, PFEW is supported by seven manufacturer’s associations, more than 100 chambers of commerce, and more than 800 companies.  Now in its thirty seventh year of operation, PFEW’s governing body is the Foundation for Free Enterprise Education, a 501©(3) non-profit organization.  For more information, please contact the Foundation at (814)833-9576 or visit.pfew.org.

     

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Welcome to our upgraded website!

    Please excuse us as we continue construction on our new, mobile friendly design. During this transition periods, if you are unable to locate information that you need, please email webmaster@delonecatholic.org for help. STUDENTS AND STAFF - Please visit mail.google.com to login to your @delonecatholic.org email accounts. Be sure to use your full email address as your username. STUDENT eCHALK accounts will not be added until the start of the school year. Until then, use the Class Directory (http://www.delonecatholic.org/directory/class) for course information.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Fourteen DCHS Students Earn 2016 AP Scholar Awards

    Fourteen members of the Delone Catholic High School Class of 2016 have earned 2016 AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement Exams taken in the spring. The Class of 2015 had twelve AP scholars, and the Class of 2014 had seven.

    The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement or both for successful performance on the AP Exams. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on students’ performance on AP Exams.

    At Delone Catholic, six students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of 3.5 or higher on a five-point scale on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Distinction are: San K. Luc, Thomas B. Plummer, Alexander J. Trummer, Victoria R. Warner, Zhangdie Yuan, and Yixuan Zhou.  

    Two students qualified for the AP Scholars with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Honor are: John L. Mall and Joseph A. Staub.

    Six students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are: Theresa Blickenstaff, Daniel S. Coleman, Emily N. Jesko, Nhut M. Khuu, Tai M. Nguyen, and Molly C. Roth.

    Through 34 different college-level courses and exams, AP provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to earn college credit or advanced placement and stand out in the college admission process. Each exam is developed by a committee of college and university faculty and AP teachers, ensuring that AP Exams are aligned with the same high standards expected by college faculty at some of the nation’s leading liberal arts and research institutions. More than 3,800 colleges and universities annually receive AP scores. Most four-year colleges in the United States provide credit and/or advanced placement for qualifying exam scores. Research consistently shows that AP students who score a 3 or higher on AP Exams (based on a scale from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest) typically experience greater academic success in college and have higher college graduation rates than students who do not participate in AP.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Delone Catholic Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

    Congratulations to the following students who achieved honor roll status for the fourth quarter of the 2015-16 school year and to all our students who strive to reach their potential!

    Delone Catholic High School 2015-16 Fourth Quarter Honor Roll
    First Honors

    Class of 2016

    Theresa Blickenstaff, Abigail Crawford, Jennifer Dizor, Robert Foster, Katelyn Gifford, Alison Heilman, Shelbee Holcomb, Carly Klunk, Derek Klunk, Emma Lawrence, San K. Luc, John Mall, Colleen Miriello, Kate Mowrey, Tai Nguyen, Teresa Pecher, Christina Photiades, Thomas Plummer, Julia Richter, Molly Roth, Micah Russell, Alexis Shanabrook, Maegan Shanaghan, Joseph Staub, Emily Stong, Alexander Trummer, Victoria Warner, Emily Welsh, Megan Willing, Zhangdie (Moy) Yuan, Yixuan (Dean) Zhou

    Class of 2017

    Alexandra Beil, Stephanie Boddiford, Gabriela Davidheiser, Caroline Dudenhoeffer, Shelbie Eltz, Nicholas Evich, Kayla Ewart, Anna Marie Fostik, Christopher Hoffman II, Claire Kaufmann, Mackenzie Kirby, Elise Knobloch, Kendall Kohler, Emily Lawrence, Taylor Lescalleet, Catherine Little, Mikayla McCleaf, Kristen Morrow, Jillian Novak, Bridget O'Sullivan, Elisa Renta, Noah Russell, Alexander Ryan, Brian Shermeyer, Nathan Snyder, Abigail Sweeney, Christian Trummer, Armando Ugarte

    Class of 2018

    Catherine Apgar, Jacob Blackwell, Sarah Blickenstaff, Kristin Bollinger, Lanquin (Michelle) Cao, Madison Ewart, Madeline Hoverkamp, Marlee Lackey, Abigail Lawrence, Hongyi (Landis) Lin, Makenna Martin, Taylor Paulin, Sydni Roth, Mackenzie Russell, Julia Whiteleather

    Class of 2019

    Colleen Anderson, Tessa Beauchat, Tyler Deal, Alexander Guy, Gabriel Hall, Julianna Malesky, Emily Miller, Tyler Monto, Michael Overdorff, Margaret Rink, Noah Roeder, Isabella Rongione, Devon Sautter, Neha Shijo, Mackenzie Smith, Olivia Speakman, Parker Staub, Daniel Sweeney, Rachel Swingler, McKenna Topper, Lauren Trummer, Mateo Ugarte, Lindsey Vandergrift, Hannah Wells, Maggie Wells, Bojian (William) Zhang

     

    Second Honors

    Class of 2016

    Brianna Barna, Alicia Barrow, Emily Biesecker, Daniel Coleman, Nicholas Durski, Aleigha Fuhrman, Meredith Hane, Melvin (Ricky) Hoerl, Sophia Lookingbill, Alec Mason, Charles McKean, Grace Phillips, Shanon Pieper, Amanda Reck, Alexandra Redding, Catherine Rickrode, Sarah Senft, Allyson Shipley, Erin Sirois, Lydia Small

    Class of 2017

    Sarah Adams, Sydney Dockins, Maria Elser, Karigen Emig, Zachary Hart, Ruipu (Tiger) Hu, Megan Jones, Noah Kendrick, Robert Laudani, Anna Martz, Ashlyn Miller, Amber Milliken, Brianna Milliken, Sarah Murphy, Jacob Pascoe, Brendan Quinn, Brady Repasky, Colin Rzepkowski, Sarah Shatzer, Justin Smith

    Class of 2018

    Benjamin Augustyniak, Melinda Baker, Diana Baker, Olivia Bunch, Nathaniel Dodson, Erin Evans, Phillip Goyette, Ryan Hart, Evan Haymaker, Zane Hilfiger, Charles Hoerl, Chloe Kindig, Elizabeth Little, Caroline Mace, Emma Malinowski, Liam Miriello, Peter Moffatt, Cody Pfaff, Jonathan Pierce, Kaitlin Repp, Benjamin Roth, Justin Roth, Julie Thackston, Alyssa Wendel

    Class of 2019

    Brady Alexander, Megan Ashley, Corrine Beil, Evan Brady, Caitlin Braswell, Mackenzie Buckley, Maria Cushing-Daniels, Samantha Dolecki, Katelynn Evans, Sophia Gilbart, Olivia Hartlaub, Clayton Hillson, Abigail Kilkelly, Andrew Knobloch, Samantha Mariano, Caroline May, Isabella Nace, Patrick O'Donnell, Dalton Schwanke, Rachel Sladic, Riley Vingsen, Aldric Zeak

     

    Commendable Effort

    Class of 2016

    Leah Becker, Luke Carpenter, Lilly Eldridge, Emily Jesko, Chase Kint, Katie Laughman, Bryce Mondorff, Nicolas (Cole) Myers, Tiffany Small, Allison Smith, Brody Strausbaugh, Aubryanna Tayman, Woodrow Wagaman, Whitney Weaver

    Class of 2017

    Yanzhou (Brian) Chen, Erica Chroniger, Hannah Cimbaljevich, Wesley DePorter, Brandon Hall, Austin Little, Bryan Mackle, Alyssa Neudecker, Joel Reiner, Emily Ritter, Derek Smith, Amber Sneeringer, Burke Ariel Walter, Jacob Warrington, Daimu (Jessica) Xiao

    Class of 2018

    Elliott Alster, Autumn Altland, Amanda Barna, Joshua Hall, Shamus Keefe, Max Kirby, Dimitri Partenza, Leanne Sneeringer, Ellen Stambaugh, Alexis Wierman, Natalie Wildasin

    Class of 2019

    Megan Farrington, Alicia Mackle, Renee Morehead, Christina Richardson, Emma Roeder, Huirui (Mercy) Song, Bethany Staub, Samuel Woo

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Delone Catholic High School News

  • Attention Parents: First Day Forms Issue Resolved

    MMS has resolved the first day forms issue. By logging into your parent portal, you should see the following: 

    "Update Student Information" which you will click, and then click "Continue."
    You may log in and see a message "Click 'Current Student' to access first day forms." You will click "Current Student" then "Continue."
    If you click "Current Student" and it shows a screen with "Household List" and a button underneath titled "Go To Registration," you'll want to click "Go To Registration."

    If you still have any problems please email kheilman@delonecatholic.org so your MMS portal can be personally reviewed. 
    Thank you for your patience in this trial year! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents

    We are aware of a technical problem with the back-to-school forms on the MMS Parent Portal. We will notify you when the issue has been resolved.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • French/Spanish Teacher Hired

    Delone Catholic is excited to announce that Mr. Alexander Schirk has accepted the French/Spanish Teacher position. His clearances and paperwork have been submitted to the Diocese of Harrisburg and as soon as they are approved, Mr. Schirk will be on campus. Until then, he will work with Foreign Language Chair Dr. Carmen Brown to provide lesson plans for the students to do with a substitute teacher.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Fall English SAT Prep Info

    English Department
  • Academic Integrity Contract 2016

    This contract will be reviewed in English classes at the beginning of the year and available online for review throughout the year.  Student signatures will be kept on file as an acknowledgement both of receipt and understanding of the contract.  Parents, grandparents, and/or guardians are encouraged to review this information as well. 

    English Department
  • The Social Studies Department Seeks National History Day Judges

    The Social Studies Department at Delone Catholic is in need of volunteers to judge National History Day project at our school competition on Jan. 7, 2017 from 9 a.m. until judging is completed. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Mrs. Fuhrman at jfuhrman@delonecatholic.org

    From the National History Day website (www.nhd.org)

    "National History Day (NHD) is a non-profit education organization in College Park, MD. Established in 1974, NHD offers year-long academic programs that engage over half a million middle- and high-school students around the world annually in conducting original research on historical topics of interest. These research-based projects are entered into contests at the local and affiliate levels, where the top student projects have the opportunity to advance to the National Contest at the University of Maryland at College Park. NHD also seeks to improve the quality of history education by providing professional development opportunities and curriculum materials for educators.

    In addition to facilitating the discovery of the past, NHD also helps students develop the following attributes that are critical for future success:

    Critical thinking and problem-solving skills,
    Research and reading skills,
    Oral and written communication and presentation skills,
    Self-esteem and confidence, and
    A sense of responsibility for and involvement in the democratic process."

    Social Studies Department
  • Delone Catholic Senior Experiences Engineering and Technology Program in Boston, Ma.

    Delone Catholic High School senior Nicholas Evich recently took part in the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Engineering & Technology.

    The eight-day, intensive program challenged scholars to become leaders of engineering and technology innovation in the 21st  century. The forum was held July 30 - August 6 on the campus of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Boston, Ma. -  recognized for excellence in engineering and technology, and ranked among the top five engineering schools nationally by U.S. News & World Report.

     At NYLF Engineering & Technology, students had the opportunity to explore college and career opportunities and get firsthand experience putting applied knowledge to the test by participating in the program’s interactive curriculum. Students explored emerging fields such as sustainable design, 3-D modeling, web and game development, robotics, electrical engineering and much more. Many of the students who attended the conference were nominated by teachers and guidance counselors based on their leadership potential and interest in engineering and technology fields.

     “This is a significant step into the future for students with a passion for innovation,” said Jan A. Sikorsky, Ph.D., the Vice President of Education for NYLF Engineering & Technology. “Exposure to real-world applications provide today’s students with a significant competitive edge in these ever changing fields.”

    NYLF Engineering & Technology is part of the Envision family of programs, serving more than 800,000 students in more than 145 countries since 1985. For more information about NYLF Engineering & Technology, visit www.envisionexperience.com/Tech.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Please Welcome Our New Vice Principal

    Delone Catholic High School is pleased to announce Mrs. Stephanie M. Williams has accepted the position of Vice Principal.

    A native of Lancaster, Pa., Mrs. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts from Drew University in Madison, N. J., and a Master of Arts in English Literature from Villanova University in Villanova, Pa. She has nearly a decade of experience in Education, including her most recent career at George School in Newtown, Pa.

    Additionally, Mrs. Williams took part in a study abroad program in Berlin, Germany in Fall 2004, and provided oversight and direction for curriculum in a partnership school in Beijing, China.

    Mrs. Williams shared her enthusiasm for joining Delone Catholic by stating, “Like many, I have been drawn to Delone Catholic because of its innovative curriculum, close-knit community, and strong core values.  I am committed to making this a phenomenal year for the Delone Catholic family, of which I am so honored and excited to now be a member."

    She will be relocating to the area with her husband and begin her career at Delone Catholic as soon as all employment paperwork is completed. A meet and greet for parents and community members will be planned once Mrs. Williams arrives.

    Delone Catholic welcomes her to our school, community and family.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Delone Catholic Students Attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW)

    Two Delone Catholic High School seniors were granted full scholarships to attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week.

    Rob McGough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck and Michelle McGough of Hanover, and Andrew Hernandez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie and DeSales Hernandez of Hanover, were granted scholarships to attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 2016 on the campus of Lycoming College located in Williamsport, PA. 

    Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week is a weeklong economic education program that offers students an inside look at the private enterprise system and the free market functions. McGough and Hernandez attended Week One of the five, one-week sessions offered this summer on the campus of Lycoming College. 

    During the week, student “companies” simulate the actual operation of their own businesses for the equivalent of three years.  Business volunteers serve as “Company Advisors” who mentor students as they face many of the same decisions real executives confront.  The companies compete against each other in the areas of management skill, return of net assets, a marketing and advertising campaign, and a presentation to stockholders.  Company Advisors do not make decisions for their team, but suggest available options and share their own experiences and challenges.  Scholarship winners learn the value of teamwork, cooperation, and leadership.

    Hernandez served as the Communications Director of his company, Sneak Peak Sneakers, which was awarded the Executive Fitness Award at the end of the week.  McGough served as Communications Director and Project Manager for his company, EvoluShoe Sneakers. Their product was a shoe with a sole that could be replaced for different sports. EvoluShoe Sneakers was awarded Top Company Winner and had some of the highest quarterly scores in the history of PFEW due to success in all areas of business. 

    Dozens of world-class speakers present seminars covering topics like relationships of business with labor, government, and consumers.  The students also hear talks about business ethics, management and leadership skills, the economic system future, the global marketplace, money and banking, business operations, careers in business, marketable skills, and much more.

    Entirely funded, taught, and staffed by the Pennsylvania business community, PFEW is supported by seven manufacturer’s associations, more than 100 chambers of commerce, and more than 800 companies.  Now in its thirty seventh year of operation, PFEW’s governing body is the Foundation for Free Enterprise Education, a 501©(3) non-profit organization.  For more information, please contact the Foundation at (814)833-9576 or visit.pfew.org.

     

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Board Notes

    Delone Catholic High School is working toward developing procedures to allow the agendas/summaries of Board meetings to be posted on the school website beginning with meetings held in the 2016-17 school year.

    Board of Directors
  • Please Use this Revised Sub Sale Form

    The original sub sale form for 2016 Fall Sports contained some pricing errors on the summary sheet only. Please use the revised form attach and turn your orders into the Athletics Office by noon on Aug. 5.

    Athletic Association
  • Welcome to our upgraded website!

    Please excuse us as we continue construction on our new, mobile friendly design. During this transition periods, if you are unable to locate information that you need, please email webmaster@delonecatholic.org for help. STUDENTS AND STAFF - Please visit mail.google.com to login to your @delonecatholic.org email accounts. Be sure to use your full email address as your username. STUDENT eCHALK accounts will not be added until the start of the school year. Until then, use the Class Directory (http://www.delonecatholic.org/directory/class) for course information.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Fourteen DCHS Students Earn 2016 AP Scholar Awards

    Fourteen members of the Delone Catholic High School Class of 2016 have earned 2016 AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement Exams taken in the spring. The Class of 2015 had twelve AP scholars, and the Class of 2014 had seven.

    The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement or both for successful performance on the AP Exams. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on students’ performance on AP Exams.

    At Delone Catholic, six students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of 3.5 or higher on a five-point scale on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Distinction are: San K. Luc, Thomas B. Plummer, Alexander J. Trummer, Victoria R. Warner, Zhangdie Yuan, and Yixuan Zhou.  

    Two students qualified for the AP Scholars with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Honor are: John L. Mall and Joseph A. Staub.

    Six students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are: Theresa Blickenstaff, Daniel S. Coleman, Emily N. Jesko, Nhut M. Khuu, Tai M. Nguyen, and Molly C. Roth.

    Through 34 different college-level courses and exams, AP provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to earn college credit or advanced placement and stand out in the college admission process. Each exam is developed by a committee of college and university faculty and AP teachers, ensuring that AP Exams are aligned with the same high standards expected by college faculty at some of the nation’s leading liberal arts and research institutions. More than 3,800 colleges and universities annually receive AP scores. Most four-year colleges in the United States provide credit and/or advanced placement for qualifying exam scores. Research consistently shows that AP students who score a 3 or higher on AP Exams (based on a scale from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest) typically experience greater academic success in college and have higher college graduation rates than students who do not participate in AP.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Class Representatives Needed

    The Alumni Association is still looking for class representatives for a number of classes. Each class representative is asked to attend as many of the Association's general meetings as possible - there are usually five per year - and keep their classmates informed of upcoming events. Even if your class already has a representative, please join us! We are always looking for new ideas, and there is no limit to the numbers of representatives each class can have. If you are interested in serving as a class representative, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 717-637-5969, Ext. 201 or 211, or come  to one the upcoming general meetings.

    Alumni Association
  • Fall Sports Apparel On Sale

    Orders for fall sports apparel are due in the Main Office by Aug. 12.

    Athletic Association
  • Welcome Class of 2020!

    Attention Class of 2020 (Incoming Freshmen) - Remember that Works of Mercy Hours can begin to accumulate as soon as 8th grade is completed. In addition, please remember to complete the Summer Reading assignment. Please check the school's website for additional information.

    Aug. 11 will be our Freshmen Parent Orientation Night. This is an ideal opportunity to hear from current families, students and faculty about what life is like at Delone Catholic.

    Guidance Services
  • For Juniors - Wendy's High School Heisman

    Once again, the Wendy's High School Heisman Award Program will accept on-line applications directly from students. Applicants must possess a B grade average and participate in at least one sport. Juniors (Class of 2017) only may apply. The application is not yet available, but is usually due the first week of October. If you wish to apply for this prestigious scholarship program, please see Mr. Cline or Mr. Hutton in the Guidance Center, or visit http://www.wendysheisman.com/ for more information.

    Guidance Services
  • Fall PSAT Testing

    Each Fall, the Sophomores and Juniors are required to take the PSAT Test, which is the pre-cursor to the SAT. Due to the large percentage of our students that take the SAT during their Junior and/or Senior years, we feel as though the more exposure and practice our students have to the test the greater chance of success when their PSAT scores count toward scholarship consideration, as well as on the SAT when considered by colleges and universities. This year, the test will be administered on Oct. 19, 2016, and there is a $15 fee required to take the test.

    Guidance Services
  • Hanover Area College Night

    The Delone Catholic High School Guidance Department continues to cooperate with other local high schools and the Hanover Rotary Club to sponsor the Hanover Area College Night. On Sept. 20, Hanover High School will host the College Night from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The Guidance Department encourages parents and students of all grades to attend this program, which will be particularly helpful for seniors and juniors.

    Guidance Services
  • Adams County Area College and Career Fair

    The Adams County School Counselors Association coordinates the Adams County Area College and Career Fair each fall. This year, the fair is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 8 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. on the campus of Gettysburg College. This will be the 19th year for the event, and there should be over 100 options for students to explore! The event is completely free to the public, so everyone is welcome. Please consider exploring this event to learn more about options for your future.

    Guidance Services