Squires will learn how to prepare for eternal life.
Squires will learn what God has revealed to us about creation...
Squires will learn how to live morally upright lives...
Squires will learn how to respond to God’s grace...
Squires will deepen their relationship with God...
Squires will contemplate the Word of God in Scripture...
Join us on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. as The Arts at Delone Catholic presents our annual Christmas Concert on stage in the Delone Gym.
All are welcome to attend. Donations accepted.
Congratulations to the following students whose academic efforts in the first quarter of the 2023-24 school year earned them honor roll status!
We are proud of all of our students for their dedication as they strive to learn and grow in each discipline.
On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Delone Catholic Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 42 new members, selected for their outstanding character, scholarship, leadership, and service - the organization's four cardinal principles.
The 2023 Adams County Chorus festival will be held on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17-18 at New Oxford High School. Delone Catholic is pleased to announce that Emma Bunty, Laurence Derkasch, Gabriella Sky Erdman, Timothy Martz, Ivy Nieves, London Nieves, Langdon Parsley, Baileigh Stetter, Micah Ryleigh Stouter, and Brooke Strausbaugh will be participating.
A public concert will be held on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m at New Oxford High School.
At the 2023 Hanover Chamber of Commerce Business Awards reception held on Nov. 7 at Bay City Restaurant in Hanover, Pa., Mr. John Fournie received the esteemed Educator of the Year Award for Delone Catholic High School.
During the ceremony, Principal William Lippe aptly compared Mr. Fournie's contributions at Delone Catholic to that of a utility player on a baseball team, who wears many hats and plays many roles. Mr. Fournie is a versatile team player who has spent the last seven years teaching AP government, creative writing, and journalism. He is also the school librarian, yearbook advisor, social studies department chair, and online learning coordinator.
At the Fall Open House on Sunday, Oct. 22, 23 eighth graders participated in two merit scholarship competitions - nine in a quiz-bowl style contest and 14 in an essay contest. On Nov. 1, Director of Enrollment Amy Miller announced the winners.
Our college partners offer guaranteed acceptance and merit scholarships to students who meet GPA and test score requirements.
Every Squire lives out the school motto, "Be Doers of the Word (James 1:22)" in acts of service to their Church, school, and community.
Internships allow Squires to gain practical experience while exploring careers of particular interest to individual students.
Small class sizes allow teachers to engage with each student and to provide for individual learning needs.
The school issues a Chromebook to each Squire for educational use over four years. Upon graduation, the device becomes the property of the graduate.
A partnership with Virtual High School allows Squires to personalize their curriculum with dozens of virtual electives.