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The annual U.S. News & World Report Magazine released its Best High Schools ranking on Monday, and Delcastle was listed as a bronze medalist! Methodology used for the ranking included how students performed on state proficiency tests, how disadvantaged students in each school performed on state tests when compared to other students in their state, and a college readiness index tied to students taking AP and IB tests. Only eight Delaware high schools made the ranking – Charter School of Wilmington, Cab Calloway School of the Arts, Woodbridge High School, Delcastle Technical High School, Indian River High School, Milford Senior High School, Sussex Central Senior High School, and Sussex Tech.

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Environmental Landscape Technology students, under the direction of instructor Justin Benz, helped pilot curriculum along with a handful of other schools across the country this past year, regarding water conservation initiatives. Featured on the Green Education Foundation’s website, Hodgson students participated in the water unit component of a new Green Building Course.

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Eight Delaware students have been awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award. All are from Delcastle Technical High School. The President’s Service Award is issued by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation on behalf of the President of the United States to recognize the best in the American spirit. All award winners have worked to improve their communities through volunteer service.

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A new solar energy system installed on the roof above the commercial industrial electrical trades lab at Delcastle was dedicated Wednesday morning by school district officials and industry partners who donated the equipment. The event was covered by the News Journal, Channel 6, and WDEL.

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Every summer, middle schoolers fill the classrooms of Howard High School of Technology to explore future careers. The campers spend four half days in their chosen areas and seem to have a common complaint: “It’s just not long enough.” For more information click on Career Camp.

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