The 2016 Fall Sports Parent Meeting
The 2016 Fall Sports Parent Meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 13. The evening will goes as follows:
6 p.m. All football parents will meet in the Sheppard gym with the coaches
7 p.m. All fall sports (including football) will meet in the Sheppard gym.
7:30 p.m. Football parents may leave and the rest of the teams will split up with their coaches.



Summer Food Service Program are available at the following:
Call 211
Call 1-866-3Hungry or 1-877-8Hambre
Text MEALPA to 877877 during the summer months
Visit www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks
Use the site locator for smartphones - Rangeapp.org 

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Delone Catholic Class of 2016 Graduates; Offered More than $12.5 Million in Scholarships
The Delone Catholic High School Class of 2016 made a lasting impression on the school and in the community. Over the last four years, its members have performed over 14,147  hours of community service. The graduating class includes 28 members of the National Honor Society, 4 members of the National Art Honor Society, 16 members of the National English Honor Society and 14 members of Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society and 17 members of the Mu Alpha Theta National Mathematics Honor Society. Over 64 percent of the class graduates with a career grade point average of 3.0 or above. As they graduate, 94 percent will move on to higher education, 5 percent will go directly into the workforce and 1 percent will go to the military. Colleges, universities and other organizations have awarded over $12.5 million in scholarships and other monetary awards to the Class of 2016. Two out of every three students in the Class of 2016 earned scholarship offers.
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Delone Catholic Students Named Future Leaders of York
Two Delone Catholic High School sophomores were named “Future Leaders of York” by Leadership York.

Makenna Martin and Alyssa Wendel graduated from the program on Sunday, May 15 with a desire to become more actively involved in their community.. Future Leaders of York helps high school sophomores and juniors become lifelong, responsible, active participants in their hometown community.

Over the course of seven months, students learn about leadership styles, philanthropy, advocacy, human services, arts and culture, effective meeting skills, group decision making, grant-making, and government. Two students from each high school in York County participate.

Miss Jennifer Noel ’05 Named 2016 Golden Apple Award Recipient 
Miss Jennifer Noel ’05 has been named a recipient of the 2016 Golden Apple Award by the Diocese of Harrisburg. The award was established to honor outstanding individuals who devote their lives to teaching in Catholic schools. Miss Noel is the eighth educator at Delone Catholic to receive the Golden Apple in the past eight years. 
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Delone Catholic Interact Club’s “Sleepout for the Homeless” Raises Record Amount
The Interact Club of Delone Catholic High School held its annual “Sleepout for the Homeless” overnight April 29-30. Students collected donations from motorists and pedestrians in front of Delone Catholic on South Oxford Avenue in McSherrystown on Friday, April 29. The students then spent the night outside to raise awareness of the homeless situation in our community.

This year, donations raised before and during the event totaled $5,000 – a $1,000 increase over last year’s proceeds. All proceeds were donated to the Hanover Area Council of Churches for the benefit of its Changing Lives Shelter. Mrs. Carol Hinkle, Director of Hanover Area Council of Churches accepted the check. The Interact Club is moderated by Mrs. Patricia Marrocco. Read more...

Delone Catholic Celebrates Founder’s Day, Issues Call for Hall of Honor Nominations
Delone Catholic is celebrating Founder's Day on Feb. 9, in honor of the 152nd birthday of its founding benefactor and namesake Charles J. Delone, Esq. Additionally, the school is opening the nomination process for the second class of its Hall of Honor. The Hall of Honor inducted its inaugural class in conjunction with with the celebration of the school's 75th Anniversary on Sept. 19, 2015. The Hall of Honor has been established to recognize people who have made a significant contributions to the school over a sustained period of time. Biographies of inductees and nomination materials are available under the Alumni & Friends tab at www.DeloneCatholic.org. Read more...





Monday, June 27
English Summer School
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Science Summer School
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Girls' Volleyball Camp for grades 3-6
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Girls' Volleyball Camp for grades 7-9
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Math Summer School
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Room 18

Lenten Reflections

We Run to Him - Read Full Article

Wednesday, March 16 – Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Lent

Daniel 3:14-20; Daniel 3:52-56; John 8:31-42

Erin Sirois, ’16

We Run to Him

“Return home and recount what God has done for you.” John 8:39

As the Lenten season is coming to an end we are facing a challenge.  We are so close but we are not there yet.  God calls upon us to respond to the challenge the utmost holiness, just as His son did for us.

When Jesus spoke to us, He acknowledged us as “Blessed are you.”  He sees the potential and knows our plan but we need to see His potential for us.  When we place our trust in Him we are faced with a challenge.  This challenge is at our fingertips as we approach the last week of Lent.  Let the Easter season be full of happiness and holiness by accepting Gods challenge for us today.


Non-Discrimination Policy
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Harrisburg do not discriminate with respect to race, sex, or ethnic origin.

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!