Ben won first place in the 4th – 6th Grade category in the Making a Difference Newspaper in Education Essay Contest that The News Journal sponsors with MBNA. He won with an essay that covered the topic: “Are you working to improve your community, If so, How?” Congratulations to Ben for his outstanding essay.
The staff of the WCS newspaper The Forum was honored at the Delaware Press Association Awards Luncheon on April 23, 2008, when four of its members received awards. Ashley Lane, former Editor-in-Chief of the ’06-’07 newspaper [and now a freshman in the University of Chicago] took First Place in “Features”; senior Morgan Schoeneberger took Second [...]
Ashley Lane, 2007 graduate and past Editor of The Forum, recently received National recognition for her article “Hope in a Hopeless Age.” The award, sponsored by the National Federation of Press Women, follows Lane’s First Place, state-wide win in the “Features” category in the High School Journalism Contest sponsored by the Delaware Press Association this [...]
New York, NY (September 6, 2005) – Today The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity formally awarded Logan Plaster, a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, an Honorable Mention for the 2005 Prize in Ethics Essay Contest. After reading the premise of the Contest at the encouragement of a professor, Plaster says he “knew [...]
Wilmington Christian School welcomes new middle school principal, Gwen S. Campbell. Gwen comes to WCS from Red Lion Christian Academy, where she taught Sixth Grade and was Varsity Field Hockey Coach. Prior to that Gwen taught 5th and 6th Grade at Wilmington Christian (1985-1986) and served as 7th Grade teacher from 1986 – 1991 at [...]
Hundreds of the brightest high school students from across the United States will flock to Charlotte, NC in May when the city plays host to the prestigious national mock trial championships. Forty-four state-championship teams will be in Charlotte on May 5-7 to compete for the national title. This year – as in 4 or the [...]