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Delone Catholic Class of 2015 Graduates; Offered More than $7.2 Million in Scholarships

The Delone Catholic High School Class of 2015 made a lasting impression on the school and in the community. Over the last four years, its members have performed over 18,056 hours of community service. The graduating class includes 25 members of the National Honor Society, nine members of the National Art Honor Society, 21 members of the National English Honor Society and 18 members of Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society. Over 67 percent of the class graduates with a career grade point average of 3.0 or above. As they graduate, 95.9 percent will move on to higher education, 2.5 percent will go directly into the workforce and 1.6 percent are undecided. Colleges, universities and other organizations have awarded over $7.26 million in scholarships and other monetary awards to the Class of 2015. Almost half of the students in the Class of 2015 earned scholarship offers.
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Tuesday, July 7
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English Summer School
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Delone Catholic is Latex-free!

Because of the increasing number of students who have allergic reactions to latex, through contact and through the air, Delone Catholic will use only products that are free from latex. We need the help of all parents and students to make sure that no latex balloon enters this school for birthday celebrations, for athletic senior recognition, for school dances or for any decoration throughout the school. For one of our students, this could be a life-threatening situation so everyone’s help is needed and appreciated.


Delone Catholic Practices Safety for those with Nut Allergies!

Items containing peanuts and other tree nuts may be brought to school for individual lunches, but we ask that after eating foods containing nuts, you thoroughly wash your hands and any surfaces you have come in contact with. When supplying food for group consumption, please refrain from bringing items containing nuts unless you also supply an alternative. Thank you for keeping the safety of all of our students in mind!