The Delphian Upper School jazz choir recently competed in the annual Clackamas Community College Jazz Festival held at the college campus. This festival has a long-standing tradition in promoting musical education in the genre of jazz to middle and high school choirs.
Spring practice has begun for Delphian's first ever track and field team! Upper School students are busy preparing for their running and field events which are scored both individually and as a team.
Delphian Upper School students spent this past weekend volunteering in the local community focusing on making it a cleaner, happier place for everyone.
Delphian Upper School students Alejandro Olmos and Ivy Ramos recently spent a week shadowing nurses at the Willamette Valley Medical Center in McMinnville, Oregon. After the project was over, Alejandro wrote a summary of his experience.
Delphian Lower through Middle School students expanded their scientific knowledge this past week by making and presenting their scientific discoveries at the annual science fair. Students presented projects on a variety of different subjects including hydrogen-powered cars, cleaning up ocean oil spills, and making plastic out of milk.
Bestselling fantasy novelist Garrett Robinson, a Delphi Academy of Los Angeles alumnus, visited the Delphian Middle School recently to discuss his career as an author and how he makes a living as an artist.
Delphian parent Dr. Mike Carberry recently visited Delphian and gave a presentation to Upper School business seminar students on how to build a successful business based on his entrepreneurial experiences and the challenges of running a business in the field of chiropractic.
Delphian science, technology and mathematics faculty recently had the opportunity to attend the Space Exploration Educators Conference in Houston, Texas. They learned what NASA scientists are working on and developed new ideas for how to challenge students to use science, technology, engineering and mathematics in practical, real-world projects with students.
Delphian students recently participated in the Oregon Regional Scholastic Art Awards, submitting almost triple the number of finished pieces as an average school. The Scholastic Art Awards are held annually to recognize and acknowledge young artists across the country, and Delphian students came home with several awards.
The Delphian cheer team finished their undefeated season by bringing home the state championship trophy for the second year in a row and scoring their highest-ever point total in a competition.