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Justin Schmitz joins Jonathan Huey and Justin Breidenbach in the top Boy Scout rank.
The Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter at Red Lion grows!
Red Lion hears from local and global missionaries during its first World Missions Week.
High school students take a break from traditional academics to travel offset for a Spiritual retreat. The students had the privilege to hear from Pastor Tom Hudzina of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Pastor Tom spoke to the middle school students on Ephesians 2:10. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them. This is a great encouragement to our school students as they mature and grow, but it is also a reminder to all of us. None of us have "arrived", no one is yet the person that God wants them to be. God has a distinct purpose for each of us that He has prepared for us long before we were born. The Greek word for "workmanship" is the same word where we derive the words "poem" and "poetry". A great piece of poetry is sometimes called a "masterpiece". We are God's masterpieces and he will continue to work in us. And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. (Phil. 1:6) Be encouraged, God will never stop working in us or through us.
The senior class under the direction of Senior Advisor Mrs. Letty Rupert, produced a show they called, "Red Lion's Got Talent". Proceeds went toward the senior mission trip to the Dominican Republic. It was similar to the television show, but without the judges. All of the 26 students making up 17 different acts from grades 6-12, definitely did have talent. The show was fantastic and the audience had a great time. I'm thankful for the talent that God has given our students. Most of these students participate in Red Lion's fine arts program in which they have an opportunity to practice and sharpen their skills. These students enjoy performing and I'm looking forward to see how God will use them for His glory.
Summer friends, school friends. Feeling fine at the Back to School Barbecue and Meet the Teachers Event.
After playing in a select softball tournament in Northern New Jersey, the Red Lion Softball team spent their afternoon in New York City enjoying the sites.
2015 Baseball is starting strong at Red Lion. The team has been blessed with new dugouts completely donated by a few parents and local businessmen who appreciate the impact Red Lion has on our community. Labor, concrete, and all the materials...a $40,000 job cost the school nothing. ​Praise the Lord!
Heads up! The varsity boys basketball team have had a great year and may make it to the playoffs this year.
High School students spend a few moments sharing ideas to further their understanding of the topic. Independent and collaborative learning work together for the best results and highest academic rigor.
Cheerleaders faithfully supported the basketball teams this winter and had a blast the entire season. Thank you!
It won't be long until our senior class travels to Costa Rica for their Mission Trip. The entire school has rallied around this trip raising money through spaghetti dinners and dress down days. Please be praying that hearts will be touched for the Gospel!
Who says seniors win all the titles during COLOR WARS? This year, best cheer went to to the freshman who rocked the gym with Bria and Njambi leading the roar! Way to go Class of 2018!
The Red Lion Varsity Cheerleaders led Upper School students in celebrating a strong start to the fall sports season. Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Field Hockey, and Cross Country athletes were recognized and students had opportunities to play some less than serious games. Can anyone say donuts?
​Red Lion high school students come just as they are knowing the God they love and serve is mighty to save, eager to hear their prayers, and with them as they move toward adulthood. Hallelujah!
Red Lion fans turned out to see the varsity boys play soccer under the lights. It was a blast! The team has had a great start to the season and are currently 4-2. Come out and see them in person! The next home game is Thursday, September 25th at 4:00PM.
​The JV football team opened its season with a 36-0 win over St. Elizabeth's Vikings. Come out next Monday, September 22nd and watch the game against Friends School on our home turf at 4PM. Go Red Lion!
"This year is the first year I made it to the final round." And of course, it's Kathleen's first time going to nationals. Kathleen has the opportunity to be awarded $20,000 in college scholarships. We're routing for you Kathleen! Way to go!
Red Lion made it to the final round of the Diamond Challenge! Marketing students traveled to Dover, Delaware on April 7th to compete in the Diamond Challenge for Business Entrepreneurs. This is a Business Concept Competition sponsored by the University of Delaware, Del-Tech & Junior Achievement. This preliminary round included thirteen Delaware schools. Red Lion was one of four winners in the preliminary round and will now compete in the state final round of competition held at the University of Delaware on April 30th. Participating students will receive a gift card. Stay tuned for final results.
This year 10th grade World Civilization students completed projects for the National History Day competition. Students chose topics within the theme of Rights and Responsibilities in History, using a world history perspective. Several students chose the Holocaust, the Berlin Wall and Women's Rights. Others included the Slave Trade/Abolition movements, Africa Inland Missions, and the Geneva Conventions. Overall the projects were insightful, and the students learned a great deal. Several students will continue on to the state competition on April 12th.
RLCA Junior, Kaitlin Ulmer was awarded the Widener University High School Leadership Award on Thursday at the Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Widener University, in partnership with NBC 10, awarded students from the Delaware Valley a $20,000 college scholarship. In addition students are invited to a leadership conference at the University next fall. Students were selected for their abilities to stand up for what is right, address a wrong and make a difference in their communities or schools.
Josh Sachetti will be competing in the North American Grappling Association World Championships on April 26th – 27th. Josh has been training in martial arts since he was 3 years old under the coaching of his parents who operate a Martial Arts studio. He has won gold medals in Grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Josh has worked very hard to compete at this level. Congratulations Josh!
Business students are preparing for the employment interview process. Each student has written 15 interview questions specific to their business concept in addition to performing interviews with fellow classmates. After the interviews, students decide who they will hire and explain their reasoning.
The senior class has been serving in Costa Rica since they left on February 28th for their annual mission trip. They will be ministering and sharing the word of God in orphanages and communities near and in San Jose through the means of puppet and drama presentations as well as street evangelism.
To encourage students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation and to develop public speaking skills, all Red Lion students in grades nine through twelve participate in the Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest sponsored by the Delaware Division of the Arts and created by the National Endowment of the Arts and Poetry Foundation. Kathleen Becker placed first in the Delaware's Poetry Out Loud state competition on February 25, 2014, held at the Smyrna Opera House. Kathleen's recitations of "Sestina: Like," by A. E. Stallings, "Channel Firing," by Thomas Hardy, and "every single day," by John Straley earned her high marks with the judges. For her winning presentation, Kathleen will receive $200 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, DC, with a chaperone to compete for the national championship April 29-30, 2014. The school will also receive a $500 stipend for the purchase of poetry books.
The senior class will be leaving for Costa Rica on February 28th and returning on March 8th for their annual senior mission trip. They will be ministering and sharing the word of God in orphanages and communities near and in San Jose through the means of puppet and drama presentations as well as street evangelism. The team will also host a dinner for the needy community of Los Pinos. The students are being led by Spanish teacher, Mrs. Letty Rupert and three other chaperones. Please keep the group in your prayers as they engage the physically and spiritually needy with the Gospel of Christ.
The team of Sabrina Bey, Justin Hazewski, and Elizabeth Swierczek finished first in the high school division of the Delaware Stock Market Game. RLCA Students participate in this game as part of their Economics curriculum. The game is sponsored by the University of Delaware Center for Economic Education. In this simulated game, students invest in real companies and see how successful they will be. The students have been invited to a reception at the University in honor of their accomplishment.

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