Sanford's Rai Kahlon is the sole Delawarean to be named a finalist this year.

Sanford student wins $25,000 as science competition finalist

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

A student from the Sanford School has been awarded $25,000 – with a chance to win up to an additional $250,000 – for his project in a Regeneron and Society for Science’s national competition. Rai Kahlon, a senior on his way to the University of Pennsylvania in the fall, is one of 40 students named as finalists in the Regeneron …

TSD Review Jan 18

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – January 18, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include DSO guest conductor chose a life of the baton in high school Children’s Theatre seeks its tribe to help mark 50 years Businesses: ACLU loitering lawsuit could affect our sales DelDOT has no plans to end its humorous road signs Smyrna Volleyball team is DSBA Team of the Year Click on the image below to …

Sanford is using the Mitchell's donation to establish the Mitchell Family Scholars Program.

Sanford uses $1.5 million gift to create 4-year scholarship

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

The Sanford School has just received the largest individual gift in its 93-year history.  The private school in Hockessin will use the $1.5 million donation from alumni Kenny Mitchell, a 1993 graduate and current trustee, and his wife Heather, to launch the Mitchell Family Scholars Program.  Mitchell is the global chief marketing officer at Levi Strauss & Co. The scholarship …

a group of people playing a game of football

Joe SinglesSports

Archmere’s Ben Meredith take a shot on goal just outside the 6 yard box during Friday’s game with Sanford The Sanford Warriors visited Archmere on Friday afternoon for a boys’ soccer showdown between two teams with postseason aspirations.  Archmere struck early, scoring the first goal 2 minutes into the match. Things settled down a bit from a scoring standpoint but …