Drama

The DC Drama Department proudly presents “Disney's Beauty and the Beast” on March 11, 12, 18 & 19 in the DeMoss Auditorium.

Alumni discount for Friday, March 18 evening show only! All alumni pay the student rate. All seats are reserved so order your tickets early. Check www.dccs.org for ticket information.

All show times:
Friday, 3/11 @ 7:30
Saturday, 3/12 2:00 & 7:30 pm
Friday, 3/18 @ 7:30*
Saturday, 3/19 @ 4:00 pm

*Alumni Night Show

DC Alumnus Highlight

Steven Limpert '06 won a scholarship from the Circumnavigators Club Foundation to take an around-the-world study trip. This grant is given to only 4 students in the country each year. He plans to study the development and commercialization of solar energy technologies in Australia, Japan, Bangladesh, India, Germany and Spain. Read more... "Talented musician, engineer wins trip around the world"

Click here to view the entire article:

http://asunews.asu.edu/20110124_limpert

Upcoming Reunions

The Class of 1961 is planning their 50th reunion for April 29 & 30, 2011 in Lancaster, PA. Previous graduating classes are also invited. Contact Bonnie V'Soske at bonnie2@stevemccurry.com.

The Class of 1964 is planning their 47th reunion this spring in Harrisburg, PA. Contact Donna Younglove at dyounglove@buckner.org.

The Class of 2006 is planning their 5th class reunion this coming year. Details to come! Contact Amy Fleming at amy.fleming@my.wheaton.edu.

 

Sports
The Lady Knights are headed to the BAL Conference Championships winning their final league game last Saturday finishing with a 17-0 BAL record. This season, Senior Forward Emily Homan scored historical career points which nudged her ahead of all-time leading scorer Chala Holland '97 who held the record with 1,290 career points. Since then she has set the record for most points scored by either boys or girls in DC's history. Congratulations to Emily and her teammates for this great accomplishment.

 

     Sampling of College Acceptances (so far)... 
Dartmouth, Drexel Univ., Boston College, Wheaton College, Liberty Univ., Brandeis University, Univ. of Pittsburgh, Rice Univ., Grove City, James Madison, US Naval Academy, Messiah College, Penn State University, Gordon College, Emerson College, Lafayette College, Univ. of Wisconsin, Univ. of the Sciences in Phila., Cedarville Univ., Moody Bible Institute, College of Charleston, Fordham Univ., Univ. of Illinois, MA College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Univ. of Wisconsin, Washington & Jefferson College.

The Alumni Association is looking for alumni interested in serving on the Board which meets four times a year. Come join us! Your input is greatly needed and appreciated. 

Make a recommendation for the Alumnus of the Year Award. Please forward submissions to Kim O'Bryan at kobryan@dccs.org.

2010-2011 Theme Verse

"Show me your ways, O Lord, teach me your paths; guide me in your truth and teach me for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long."

Psalm 25: 4-5

DC is Blogging

 

Inside the Christian School is a series of reflections on aspects of Christian school education. Members of the DC Community will contribute posts to the blog.

Visit the blog at www.dccs.org/blog.

If you're interested in contributing to the blog, please contact Russ Nixon at rnixon@dccs.org.

 

The Difference is Love

One Mom's Prayer Based On 1 Corinthians 13

If my child speaks with perfect grammar, logic, and sentence formation, but has not love, he is only another educated man. If he develops his full human potential academically, artistically, or athletically, but has not love, he will be empty. If he spends a summer with a humanitarian organization and works his fingers to the bone, but has not love, he gains nothing.

Christ-like love is very different from worldly love. It is not motivated by money, or fame, or personal achievement. It does not center on my child. It centers him in a right relationship with God and in a body of believers. Love does not gloss over sinful behaviors, it exposes the Truth. He needs a school that shares that love...because that kind of love never fails.

My child's life on earth will someday pass away but things of eternity poured into him will endure. When he was a child, he talked like a child. He reasoned like a child. As he is becoming a man, he is learning to put spiritually immature ways behind him. Then he can have more love and be more ready for the day that he shall see our Lord face to face.

Thank You, Lord Jesus, for Delaware County Christian School and for every Christian school that is sharing your Love. You are Love (1 John 4:16). Help our children to know You.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Cor. 13:12

Jane Fischer,
DC Parent

 


  February 2011

Hello Alumni,

Happy 2011! I trust that your start of this New Year has been full of God's blessings. For us at DC our start has been focused on two things: a new program for our high school students and a snow filled winter wonderland for everyone. I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on interesting happenings at your alma mater as well as some alumni news.

As the Alumni Coordinator, I encourage you to stay connected to DC through events and publications throughout the year. We are always interested in what the members of the Alumni Association are doing. Any information you would like to share with us concerning engagements, weddings, births, promotions, careers, etc., please contact me at alumni@dccs.org or fill out an Alumni Information Update Form on the Alumni webpage.

God bless you in the year ahead!

In His service,
Kim O’Bryan – kobryan@dccs.org

Reunion Reminders for 2011

Classes '61, '66, '71, '76, '81, '86, '91, '96, '01, '06


Campus News

New Program - J-Term

The new program mentioned above is the two week J-term for all high school students.  In place of a week of review and a week of exams, the students were given the opportunity to choose an internship off campus or a course on campus that was of high personal interest to them.  No one expected how successful this program would be!  Here is a recap of some of the experiences so you can have a better idea of the details of the J-term…

 

Students led Vacation Bible School in Bolivia with hundreds of children showing up, and many prayed to receive Christ. Students served in the Dominican Republic in life-changing ways. Students who were building homes in New Orleans were commended by our host as being one of the best groups of high school kids to work with that he has seen there. Students working in Marine Biology in Bermuda were learning and seeing things that they would not have seen in their lifetime here. Students on the Urban Ministry experience have seen and participated in various inner-city ministries and service agencies. Students helped Habitat for Humanity in Coatesville working outside several days in very cold weather to help build homes. And to be “left on campus” was not a bad alternative either, because there were so many options: Asian Fusion; Baking; Leading Worship; Screen Writing; Fashion Design; Baseball (with a visit to Cooperstown and Citizens Bank Park); Studying the Human Heart (including a visit to a morgue and seeing actual hearts); and many others. Nearly 60 students participated in internships. One student worked in juvenile court at the Delaware County Court House who witnessed kids coming in handcuffs. Her work was so valued by the county employees that she has been offered a summer job. Students doing internships have witnessed heart surgery, C-sections, orthopedics, and the workings behind global real estate investment companies. This innovative strategy (in the planning for nearly two years) was coordinated by Dan Steinfield and Nancy Homan, who both did an excellent job. This experience will be a wonderful opportunity for our high school students to experience four different J-Term experiences during their high school career.”

 

 

Campaign for Transformational Leaders

Please remember the school in your prayers. The Campaign for Transformational Leaders is on-going and the school has been working toward meeting the goals to receive the challenge grant. We need everyone participating in this challenge to earn the grant for the school and to support the teachers at our alma mater. To qualify for a matching $3.5 million grant, we need 35%% of alumni participating in this campaign (Alumni 35 Challenge). All alumni gifts given during this 3-year campaign will support the DC Employee Endowment Fund. The guidelines define a qualifying gift as $20 per year or $60 over the three-year period of the campaign.

You can give on-line at: www.dccs.org/give; or send your gift to: DC Advancement Office, 362 Malin Road, Newtown Square, PA 19073

 

Reunions

DCCS Class of 1990 celebrated their first-ever class reunion. The Class of 1990 celebrated their Twenty-Year Reunion on Saturday, November 27, 2010. The reunion started with a tour of the Main Campus which was followed by dinner at The Newtown Grill in Newtown Square. Out of the 62 graduates, they had 26 classmates attend the event, a total of 36 altogether. Everyone enjoyed catching up with those they haven't seen in 20 years.

 

Class Notes

 Class of 1980

On February 7, Major (Retired) Tom Little '80 was a guest speaker on campus in Dr. George McFarland's class on the topic of the Middle East and its strategic importance in the world today.

Tom received a BA from Millersville University in History and an MS from Florida Tech in Logistics Management. He served for 21 years on active duty with the U.S. Army. Presently, he is an Army Civilian working at Fort Lee, VA as an International Engagements Coordinator. He served while in the army as the United States Representative to two NATO Panels, which were held throughout the world. He is married and has two boys (ages 19,24). It was good to have Tom back on campus to share his knowledge with our students. He was thankful for the influence DC had on his life in those very meaningful years over 30 years ago.

Class of 1998

Jami and Erin (Diffin) Brighty '98 would like to announce the birth of their son, Aidan Jamison. He was born December 10, 2009. They currently live in Northbrook, Illinois.

Daniel Cross '98 has completed his PhD in Physics at Drexel University and is currently a visiting professor in the Physics Department at Bryn Mawr College.

Ann and Steve Lake '98 announce the birth of Harper John Lake on January 27, 2011

Class of 2002

After working for International Justice Mission in Washington, DC, for the past three years, Andrew Wasuwongse '02 will be returning to Southeast Asia in January 2011 in order to work on and research Thai-Burma issues for six months while working for a Burmese pro-democracy organization on the Thai-Burma border in the town of Mae Sot, Thailand, before returning to the U.S. to pursue a master's degree in international relations.

Class of 2003

Jennifer Bird '03 and Corey Baumann were married on September 4, 2010. Congratulations!

Class of 2005

Matthew Falcone '05 graduated with a Marketing Degree from Eastern University in December 2010. His perseverance and support of the Discovery Center at DC has helped Matthew to be a successful college graduate. Matthew is now on a job search in Marketing Strategy and Research.

Class of 2007

Laura Ressler '07 earned First Team All American (Div III) honors for field hockey (as a goalie). Laura is the first Eastern University field hockey player to earn First Team All American status, and the second Eastern player to earn it in any sport. She is very grateful for her experience here at DC – both in field hockey and in her total education.

 

 

 


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