Delran High School Broadcast

April 26, 2018

A Message from Mr. Finkle!

Well, it looks like Spring may have actually arrived! Please enjoy the wonderful weather by coming out and supporting our Bears on the softball, baseball, and lacrosse fields, as well as stopping by the tennis courts and the stadium to watch our athletes compete!

I wish to call to your attention the Alumni Walk information listed below. What a great memory for every graduate as their name will forever be a part of the Delran High School fabric. Please consider purchasing a brick in your child's name before the May 11th deadline.

I wish to thank the PTA and all of the work that they do to support the students of DHS throughout the school year. From sponsoring assemblies to helping students in need, to running Project Graduation, your help and support are appreciated. The Gift Basket Extravaganza was a grand success and we thank each and every person who donated items, time, and effort! We couldn't provide everything for our students without your help!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me at or (856) 461-6100 x3005.

DHS Staff's Children Celebrating Take Your Child to Work Day!

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Delran High School Happenings

Academic Awards Night

Last night, DHS honored 84 seniors and underclassmen for their academic excellence, club activity leadership skills and athletic success. Read all about! Congratulations to all our accomplished students.

We look forward to honoring our seniors and underclassmen again at our Scholarship Night on Thursday, May 31st! During Scholarship Night, the Principal's Award and community scholarships will be presented to the seniors. We will also honor seniors and underclassmen with the #1 Club Award for spring sports!

Congrats Principal's List & Honor Roll

Congratulations to all the students who achieved Principal's List and Honor Roll List for the 3rd marking period. Principal's List students enjoyed a wonderful dessert on Monday in recognition of their achievement.

Alumni Walk DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 5-11-18

We are paving the way to celebrate Bear Pride! The Advisors from the Class of 2017 are working on their inlay design. We are very hopeful this year’s Senior Class will buy a brick and cast their permanent legacy on DHS. It looks like we have established a new tradition of not only allowing a platform for individuals, but also each graduating class as a whole, to leave their mark. Please consider purchasing a brick in order to pave the entire walkway. The link for purchasing a brick is below. The new deadline is Monday, May 11th. We would also like to acknowledge the work of Best Cut Lawn-care and Landscaping for installing our bricks. They have donated their time and talents to DHS and provided their work free of charge. Thanks you Phil Velo and Best Cut. Click HERE for more information.

Thank You! Delran STEM Fair

The STEM Fair on Monday night was a great success! Thank you for visiting and participating! In an effort to make this event more successful next year, please complete the survey and help spread the news! See the flyer for additional information!

Up next, the Delran Cubs STEAM Up Summer Camp and STEAM Academy. See the attached flyer for more news on registration.

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AP Exam Schedule

The AP Exam testing schedule is as follows:

May 7 - Chemistry (AM)

May 8 - Spanish Language & Culture (AM)

May 9 - English Literature & Comp (AM)

May 10 - US Government & Politics (AM)

May 11 - United States History (AM)

May 14 - Biology & Music Theory (AM) and Physics C (PM)

May 15 - Calculus AB & BC (AM)

May 16 - English Language & Comp (AM)

May 17 - Statistics (PM)

2018 Steam Up Summer Camp Information

STEAM Up Camp and the NEW STEAM Academy (website with videos about the camp and all registration forms)!

  • Camp Overview
  • Volunteer Registration is Monday, April 30th
  • Registration Early Bird Deadline is Monday, April 30th

Yearbook 2018

It’s not too late to order your 2018 yearbook! A limited number of books have been made available for late sales. The book is $90.00. Please order your book via online at, by mail Click here for order form, by phone 1-877-767-5217 or see Ms. Carey in guidance!

Guidance Counselor's Corner

Margaret A. Gessmann Scholarship

The Delran Education Association is sponsoring the Margaret A. Gessmann Scholarship in honor of their former president. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 27th. Please see Ms. Justine Carey in guidance for detailed information about this and other available scholarships.

Scholarship Opportunities for Seniors

Did you know that there are many scholarship opportunities listed on the guidance webpage? This list is constantly updated. Click HERE for scholarship opportunities! Here is a guide that breaks down the components of financial award letters.

College Planning for Juniors

Build and Maintain a list of colleges that you are exploring in the “thinking” list of Naviance.

  • Get your college testing completed.
  • SAT in May, June, Aug
  • ACT in April, June, July
  • Update Resume in Naviance
  • Project your activities for senior year
  • Identify career/academic goals under Objective
  • Enhance what your role is within the activities
  • Make sure you Save a Printable Format

Community Service Requirement for Juniors

Juniors must complete 15 hours of community service by June 1, 2018. Click here for the Community Service Packet.

College Planning for Underclassmen

Students at all grade levels are encouraged to begin exploring colleges. Build colleges of interest in Naviance and plan campus visitations. Investigate Summer Enrichment Programs. This is a great way to explore career interests, enhance your college applications, and often get insight to the college campus experience. Seniors and their families can begin filing their FAFSA as of October 1, 2017. Go to to create an account. Click here for FAFSA preparation and help information in ENGLISH or SPANISH. Check to see if your college requires the CSS profile in addition to FAFSA.


Financial Aid Mapping

Rowan University is sponsoring a Tips and Info Webinar for students and families on Thursday, April 19th and Thursday, April 26th to provide an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of financial aid, the lingo and how to estimate actual college costs. In person sessions and/or webinar events are available. Click here for the flyer and registration information.

College Fair

Moorestown High School is sponsoring a College Fair on Thursday, April 26th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Click here for detailed information.

Career Workshop at RCBC

Registration is now open for JA’s Career Success Workshop at RCBC on Thursday, May 24th. Registration is free but space is limited (click here for registration). Students will:

  • Connect with mentors from area business and industries who share their experiences, stories, and career advice.
  • Participate in small group interactive activities that prepare them for success in college and the workplace including a STEM team building activity, business communication techniques, and mock job interview.
  • Explore education and career paths in high growth industries while spending the day on RCBC’s campus.
  • This program aligns to NJ Student Learning Standard 9 for 21st Century Life and Careers and SEL Competencies.


General Membership Meeting

Join us at our General Membership meeting on Tuesday, May 8th for a packed evening of fun. We will begin with a brief meeting where we will:

  • Say goodbye to our current officers and welcome our new officers
  • Honor all middle school and high school Reflections winners
  • Play BINGO! We have over $500 in prizes as well as a grand prize to give away.

You don’t want to miss it!

Graduation Sign Pick up

Graduation sign pick up will take place at our General Membership meeting on Tuesday, May 8th in the high school cafeteria. ALL signs MUST be picked up between 7-8pm at this time. This is the only night we have scheduled for sign pick up!


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