2017-2018 All Delco Hi-Q Team

By | March 12th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ, News, Youth Achievement|

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union and the Delaware County Daily Times created the All Delco Hi-Q Team as a way to recognize the outstanding efforts of one member from each of the county’s 21 Delco Hi-Q teams. Each member of [...]

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 [...]

Education—the Best Investment of All

By | August 8th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, Financial Literacy, HiQ, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

by Chloe Niu, Wharton Student & FMFCU Intern Knowing where and with whom to invest is difficult. A plethora of promotions and interest rates from various financial institutions threatens a storm of confusion, but there is an investment that has proven [...]

Now Accepting 2018 Scholarship Applications

By | July 18th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 John D. Unangst Scholarships awarded by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union (FMFCU). Eligible high school seniors can apply for one of eleven $1,500 awards at fmfcu.org/scholarship. John D. Unangst scholarships are awarded [...]

When Families Talk Openly About Money, It Pays

By | July 7th, 2017|Education, Financial Literacy, Youth Achievement|

Chloe Niu, Wharton Student & FMFCU Intern Children deposit saved coins into Coin Counter at Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Saving, spending, sharing, and earning are four simple words essential to greater objectives like success and independence. According [...]

The Credit Union Difference

By | April 10th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Education, Events, Financial Literacy, HiQ, News, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Imagine setting out to do something good in your community and the service you provide is so valuable that the demand for it rapidly increases to the point you’re nearly overwhelmed. Demand for services is good, right? But what if [...]

Haverford HS Wins 2017 National Hi-Q Championship

By | March 30th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Activities, Education, Events, HiQ, Youth Achievement|

Hi-Q National Champions with Rick Durante, Executive Director (far left), Rachel Murray, Coordinator (2nd from left), and Quizmaster Tom McCarthy (far right). Haverford High School, the 2017 Delco Hi-Q Champions, won their second ever National Hi-Q Championship in [...]

2017 All-Delco Hi-Q Team

By | March 17th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Education, HiQ, Youth Achievement|

The All-Delco Hi-Q Team is comprised of one outstanding student from each participating school. Formal acknowledgment of the best-of-the-best began in 2005. Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, Delaware County Intermediate Unit, and The Delaware County Daily Times sponsor this exclusive [...]

Season’s Highest Scoring Competition to Date

By | December 13th, 2016|Academic Achievement, Activities, Education, HiQ, Youth Achievement|

2015-2016 Season Champions Garnet Valley High School hosted a very competitive match December 12. In what was the first competition for the host team and their guests Haverford and Radnor High Schools, 161 points were earned, the most in any [...]

Strong Start to Delco Hi-Q 69th Season

By | December 6th, 2016|Academic Achievement, Education, Events, HiQ, News, Youth Achievement|

Delco Hi-Q, the nation’s oldest, continuous academic quiz competition, began its 69th season with two exciting matches December 1 and 2. Strath Haven 2016-2017 Strath Haven High School had the honor of hosting the first competition of the [...]