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To Date Penncrest Holds Season High Score

By | January 15th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ|

With nearly two-thirds of the 70th Season of Delco Hi-Q complete, competition intensifies. Penncrest High School holds this season’s high score so far after earning 65 points in their second match, besting Marple Newtown’s season high by just one point. [...]

Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor Nomination Deadline: February 28, 2018

By | January 12th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Awards & Recognition, Education, HiQ|

2016 Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor Inductee Ken Mobley Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union is accepting nominations for the 2018 Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor. This prestigious designation is bestowed upon past Hi-Q participants who have distinguished themselves [...]

Marple’s Cyclone Routs Competition; Nor’easter Forces Postponement

By | January 9th, 2018|Activities, Education, HiQ, Youth Achievement|

While arctic weather blew a tepid Hi-Q competition into the New Year, a Nor’easter forced cancelation of two competitions. Marple Newtown High School hosted the first meet of 2018, routing competitors Academy Park and Interboro with a commanding lead that [...]

Home Court Advantage for Garnet Valley HS

By | December 22nd, 2017|Academic Achievement, Credit Unions, Education, Events, HiQ|

With home court advantage, Garnet Valley High School’s Hi-Q team dominated their first match of the 2017-2018 season. The Jaguars staved off rivals Strath Haven and Penncrest by commanding an early lead and retaining it. The task was no walk [...]

Last Year’s Champs Battle Uphill to Retain Title

By | December 15th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Activities, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ|

Last year’s Delco Hi-Q and National Champs, Haverford High, fought valiantly to fend off Radnor High, the 2016-17 first runner up, but the latter pulled ahead in the second half of Wednesday’s match. Haverford, which hosted Radnor and Springfield, started [...]

Inerboro, Delco Christian, O’Hara, Emerge Victorious in Week #1 of 70th Season

By | December 12th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Activities, Events, HiQ|

The 2017-2018 season marks the 70th anniversary season of Delco Hi-Q, and this banner year got started with a couple of banner competitions in the first full week of December. Interboro High School logged the first win of the season, [...]

To What Do You Attach Your Brand?

By | December 4th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Mission Statement… Positioning Statement… Tag Line… Core Values… These branding efforts emanate from within an organization and form the foundation of the organization’s public image. Successful branding is an outward reflection of the internal messaging and vice versa. Imagine how [...]

12 Students Face-Off Against Local Stars in Celebrity Hi-Q

By | November 6th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Activities, Charitable Giving, Charity, Credit Unions, Education, Events, HiQ|

High School Students Compete Against Local Celebrities in Academic Challenge Camaraderie and challenge are the most appealing aspects of team sports, especially when the playing field is an academic arena. As a senior member of Academy Park High School’s Delco [...]

2018 Excellence in Teaching Award Nominations

By | October 19th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education|

Colleagues celebrate Murray Schiff of Tinicum Elementary School Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU) and Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) in conjunction with Partners in Education Foundation and Delaware County Daily Times are accepting nominations for the 2018 [...]

Trending: Financial Well-being in the Workplace

By | October 2nd, 2017|Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy|

Undue stress has a negative effect on health and a net-negative effect on the workplace. Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Stephen Miller cited a number of studies around the effects of financial stress on the workplace in his 2016 SHRM report [...]