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  • Photographer: Tom Saitta '15

    Tom Saitta '15 Flies High to Capture Photo of the Week

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 27, 2015

    It's about time a senior won Photo of the Week, and Tom Saitta '15 does it in the big way this week...

  • Our AP Biology students took a field trip to Liberty Science Center on March 25 to learn more about heart transplant surgery.

    AP Bio Students Witness Transplant Surgery

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 26, 2015

    Fran Bonalsky’s AP Biology class took a field trip on March 25 to Liberty Science Center to hear a lecture by Dr. Margarita Camacho, Surgical Director of Cardiac Transplantation and Assist Devices at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center...

  • The 'Run It Out' 5K event was launched four years ago in memory of late Delbarton Athletic Director Brian Fleury.

    Register Now for April 26 ‘Run It Out’ 5K Run & Walk

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 24, 2015

    Register Now for the April 26 ‘Run It Out’ 5K Run & Walk in Central Park of Morris County...

  • Delbarton campus was filled to overflowing with competitors and judges this weekend as the School hosted the New Jersey District Tournament of the National Speech and Debate Association.

    Delbarton Hosts Speech and Debate Tournament...and Wins It

    Fr. Michael Tidd, OSB
    Posted March 23, 2015

    Friday's snow delay did not prevent the Delbarton-hosted New Jersey District Tournament of the National Speech and Debate Association from running like a well-oiled machine. Delbarton won the tourney, and will send five fine fellows to the NSDA Nationals in Dallas this June. Click here for photos.

  • Fathers & Friends Hosts April 1 Night of Dialogue

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 23, 2015

    Pizza, socializing and a dynamic presentation on cyber-safety by expert Sgt. Tom Rich -- join us next Wednesday, April 1 at 6 PM for another great F&F Night of Dialogue...

  • Tower Bridge in London, photographed by Shan Rizwan '17.

    Shan Rizwan '17 Wins Photo of the Week

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 20, 2015

    Sophomore Shan Rizwan '17 took this week's Photo of the Week with his picture of London's Tower Bridge, snapped during Delbarton's trip to England and Scotland which was chaperoned by faculty member Kevin Brown...

  • Adam Kosecki's mixed media self-portrait introduces the viewer to his alternate artistic viewpoint.

    Artist Adam Kosecki '15 Has First Professional Exhibit

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 19, 2015

    The mixed media work of artist/photographer Adam Kosecki '15 is currently on display at 70 South Gallery in Morristown...

  • How do you turn a penny into gold? Ask a Delbarton sophomore.

    Chem Class Produces Pots of Gold (Pennies)

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 18, 2015

    Sophomore chemistry students celebrated St. Patrick's Day by turning pennies into gold...click here for photos.

  • Over spring break teacher Brian Theroux attended an academic conference in Chicago where he took a break and helped the city celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

    "How I Spent My Spring Break..."

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 18, 2015

    We asked members of the Delbarton community where they went on spring break. Here's what they said...and click here for their favorite photos.

  • Thanks to the hard work of Grant Brewster '17, members of AP Rock Band now have a music video to show for their hard work on the Green Wave anthem 'One More Step'.

    Green Wave Rock Anthem Video Released

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 17, 2015

    Videographer Grant Brewster '17 has released a Green Wave rock anthem video -- click here to see One More Step performed by AP Rock Band...

  • A handsome rendition of Earth's layers (in food) about to experience the big reveal.

    "I Shouldn't Have Eaten Lunch..."

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted March 2, 2015

    7th Grade Science assignment: Model Earth's layers in food. Clean-up time was a cinch, with an assist from hungry sophomores. Click here for photos.

  • Brian Finn '16 took this photo of fellow chefs at Kings Supermarket's Cooking Studio where the boys took a cooking class.

    Brian Finn '16 Wins Photo of the Week

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 27, 2015

    Junior Brian Finn'16 took this week's Photo of the Week with this picture of student chefs at Culinary Club's road trip to the Cooking Studio at Kings. Look familiar? That's because we used the image earlier this week to illustrate this web story thanks to Brian...

  • Delbarton chefs assemble meatballs on a recent road trip to the Cooking Studio at Kings in Short Hills. (Photo: Brian Finn '16)

    Student Chefs Eat At/Like Kings

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 25, 2015

    Alex Reed '15, Executive Chef of the Delbarton Culinary Club, reports that the group recently took a road trip to the Cooking Studio at the Kings Supermarket in Short Hills...

  • Assistant Director of Grounds & Maintenance Alecia Ho-Sang generously catered the delectable food served at this year's Black History Fair on February 20.

    Annual Fair Celebrates Black History...and Great Food

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 24, 2015

    Our annual Black History Fair took place on February 20 -- hats off to Alecia Ho-Sang for almost single-handedly catering the event. Click here for photos.

  • 100! That's How Many...

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 24, 2015

    ...that's how many 2015 Archway yearbooks are still available for sale. And they're going f-f-ast!

  • On Valentine's Day a team of three middle schoolers, from left, Gordon Wu '20, Alex Luo '19, and Kevin Zhong '19, finished 9th out of 34 schools at a regional New Jersey MATHCOUNTS competition.

    Meet Three Middle School Mathletes

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 24, 2015

    Math Department Chair Josh Hartle reports that on February 14 he accompanied three Middle Schoolers to the North Central New Jersey chapter MATHCOUNTS competition hosted at NJIT.

  • Students in Brian Theroux's Environmental Studies course tested ice cores in a recent lab.

    Of Ice and Men

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 23, 2015

    Science teacher Brian Theroux is testing our tolerance for winter with his recent Environmental Studies lab. Click here for photos of his senior ice core researchers at work...

  • ...and you thought Calc was hard.

    "This has GOT to go better than Calculus!"

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 20, 2015
  • Cold enough 'fer you? Not for tundra photographer Alex Eichler '16 and, sadly, that badminton net in the distance is a cruel optical illusion..

    Too Cold for Picture-Taking? Not for Alex Eichler '16, Who Wins Photo of the Week

    Jessica Fiddes
    Posted February 20, 2015

    Is it too cold to take pictures? Not for Alex Eichler '16, who managed to snap this image of his friend on the Delbarton tundra...

  • Green Wave Indoor Track athletes roll up the track after another afternoon practice on the third floor of Trinity.

    Where Does Indoor Track Train...in the Snow?

    Dave Sulley, Green Wave Indoor Track Head Coach
    Posted February 19, 2015

    When the temperature drops or the winds howl or snow covers the ground (or all three), the term “winter” seems a bit more apropos than “indoor” when it comes to Track...