Agnes Irwin senior Annie McConnon signed her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1 to play soccer at Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island.
Teams competed Jan. 27-29 at Yale University in New Haven, CT.
On January 11, Agnes Irwin recognized seven student-athletes that will be continuing their athletic career at the collegiate level. These seven are among 14 student-athletes from the Class of 2017 that are continuing their sports in college.
Five juniors and one sophomore will attend the the 2016 Student Diversity Leadership Conference of the annual People of Color Conference, convening in Atlanta, GA, Dec. 7-10.
Over 50 Agnes Irwin students, along with three seniors from The Haverford School, took to the stage reprising the show's iconic roles on Nov. 17-19. At a Saturday matinee on Nov. 19, The Addams Family cast and crew welcomed 159 residents of Delaware's affordable housing community to the show, and afterwards, hosted a special Q&A and meet-and-greet, organized by stage manager Sara Perkins '17.
Six student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic pursuits in college on Nov. 9. Fourteen Agnes Irwin seniors have verbally committed to college athletic programs.
Six Upper School students, under the guidance of Director of Service Learning Sarah Kinder, were recently awarded $1,000 as the first-ever recipients of the Moulton Grant, administered through the National Coalition of Girls' Schools.
Gabrielle D'Arcangelo of Royersford was one of 36 student-athletes earning spots on the honor roll, while another 36 student-athletes received honorable mention.
The National Merit Scholarship program annually recognizes students who received the top 50,000 PSAT scores, out of the 1.5 million entrants.
Tuesday morning in Upper School assembly, students heard from a panel of four women who have run for office or held positions on political organizations and committees, as part of the Center for the Advancement of Girls' Women's Leadership Journeys speaker series.