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Kouadio Toukou is the April Athlete of the Month
Falasco, Poirier and Linton sign to play in College
Braedyn Thompson is the Pansini Scholar Athlete of the Week
We invite you to join us for an Open House on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 9:00-11:00am.
He was meant to be at DC
Thompson in the United Women's Soccer League
Are you overwhelmed by parenting in the digital age? Are your kids too connected? Do you want to understand what is going on in your child's brain and how you can best raise them in the digital age? Plan to attend our free event - Parenting in the Digital Age.
Congratulations to members of the Class of 2017 who have been accepted to over 150 colleges and universities. We thank God for these students who embody DC's core value of Scholarship by cultivating their God-given intellects to become passionate, life-long learners.
Please make note of the following important dates pertaining to the 2017-18 academic year.
Mark your calendars and plan to participate in a special prayer time for our school on Monday, April 3rd from 7:00pm - 8:30pm in the DeMoss Center for Worship and The Arts.
Four DC robotics teams have qualified to compete in the upcoming 2017 VEX Robotics World Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky in April.
DC's Mock Trial Team is advancing to regional competition for the second year in a row. The team defeated Episcopal Academy in the district semi-final on March 7th and scored enough points in the district final against Merion Mercy Academy to qualify for regionals. Congratulations to the entire team including juniors Rachel Phillips and Caitlin Harvey who won best lawyer and best witness in the finals against Merion Mercy.
Join us for SCREENAGERS, Growing Up in a Digital Age, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time. Delaney Ruston, a physician and filmmaker created this documentary to study how tech time impacts kids' development.
Senior RonnieMarie Falasco is one of 150 students nationwide named as finalists in the 2017 Coca-Cola Scholars Program. As a finalist, RonnieMarie will receive a $20,000 scholarship.
Football, in the DC Bloodline
DC's Mock Trial Team is experiencing another strong season of competition and is now preparing for the first round of District Competition.
Taylor Mingle: February Athlete of the Month
DC Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Wrestling and Swimming, Head to Districts
Undefeated 1979 Knights- 12-0
Members of the DC community came together on Saturday, February 11th to support the efforts of STOP HUNGER NOW.
Senior RonnieMarie Falasco was recently named as a Regional Finalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars Program. The group of 250 regional winners was selected from an original applicant pool of 86,000 students from across the country.
Winter Seniors Recognized
1963: Field Hockey Team, 7-1-0
Coming March 3-4, & 10-11 from DC's award winning upper school theatre department. Don't miss The Little Mermaid!
Knights Basketball Plays Four Games Saturday, Feb. 4th
Over 90 middle and high school teams participated in the VEX Robotics Tournament hosted by Delaware County Christian School on Saturday, January 28th. So far this season, four teams from DC have qualified for the PA State Championships scheduled for March 201
Join us for the next Renewing the Mind speaker series on Thursday, February 16, as guest lecturer, Jim Zingarelli, Professor of Art at Gordon College, presents "Understanding and Appreciating the Arts."
Senior Cody Moorhatch was recently named as the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association piano accompanist for Region 6 Choral Festival where he will compete to advance to the PMEA State Competition slated for April, 2017.
Twenty-one upper school students participated in MLK Day of Service events organized by St. Paul's Baptist Church in West Chester on January 16, 2017.

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