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  • Zöe Collins '20 (second from left), surrounded by her family, signs her National Letter of Intent to participate in Baylor University's Acro and Tumbling program. Photo courtesy of Kevin McDermott.

    Collins Commits to Baylor's NCAA Division 1 Program

    The sport of Acro & Tumbling (A&T) is relatively new, especially at the collegiate level, but once Zöe Collins '20 discovered it, she knew it was just what she had been searching for. As a gymnast since the age of three, Zöe grew up loving the sport. However, a couple of years ago, she began to feel that she had given gymnastics all she had to offer. After being injured and away for the sport for a while, she came back to compete one last year as an artistic gymnast and finished up her gymnastics career at Regionals as a Level 8. A new twist on the sport presented itself at just the right time for Zöe, who had long been associated with First State Gymnastics.
  • Opher Selected for Leadership Program

    Since 2012, the Delaware Youth Leadership Network (DYLN) has been a catalyst for student growth, especially in the areas of leadership, networking, and public speaking, through the experiences it offers to high school students. Only rising juniors from a Delaware high school with at least a 3.0 GPA can apply to this prestigious and competitive program. The application process is rigorous, requiring written essays, an interview with a panel of teachers and administrators at the candidates’ respective high schools, and an afternoon of one-on-one interviews with DYLN leadership.
  • Sanford Participates in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshop

    On October 11th, 21 Sanford faculty, administrators, and board member Lisa Lloyd-Washington attended the annual Multicultural Resource Center@Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (MCRC@ADVIS) conference, which was hosted by Tower Hill School in Wilmington. Sanford’s representatives joined more than 800 attendees from the mid-Atlantic region to focus on educational strategies and classroom practices for building and supporting a welcoming and inclusive school community.
  • Jenkins Earns Girl Scout Award

    Taryn-Marie Jenkins '19 has enjoyed 13 years as a Girl Scout. As she moved through the various ranks of the organization, Jenkins realized that scouting offered her opportunities for personal growth, chances to try new things, and experiences to share with other girls. She also recognized that her participation in Girl Scouts provided her with an added layer of support to help her accomplish her dreams.
  • Wolanski Chairs Delaware Classical Association

    Since May 2018, World Language Instructor Danielle Wolanski has served as the vice-president of the Delaware Classical Association. When longtime state chair of the American Classical League (ACL) and National Junior Classical League (NJCL), Father Michael Connolly of Salesianum School retired, Wolanski was asked to consider applying for that leadership position. As one of three finalists, Wolanski was recently appointed to the position of state chair of the ACL/NJCL.

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    Located on a beautiful college-like campus in Hockessin, Delaware, Sanford School is a college-prep private school for boys and girls in preschool (age 3) through high school.