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Operation Royal Pride

The staff and students at Upper Darby High School are proud of an initiative designed to promote positive school culture and recognize student role models in our secondary schools.  Teachers and administrators suggested a recognition program at a Fall 2013 School Improvement Committee Meeting. The group wanted to assure that the negative actions of a small percentage of our students were not overshadowing the positive contributions of the majority. Operation Royal Pride launched in January 2014 at the start of our second semester. We distributed t-shirts to 60 exemplary students, including class officers and others who demonstrated leadership and pride in Upper Darby High School.  The t-shirts were designed by then- junior Michelle Hua and feature the motto: “I Get It…I’m In.  UD Royal Pride.”  We host Operation Royal Pride Recognition Ceremonies once each month, and on those days new honorees will join those already selected in wearing their t-shirts throughout the day.

Many area business partners sponsor Operation Royal Pride.  Many thanks to our community partners for their generous contributions:

  • Marchese Opticians
  • John Hauser Auto Repair
  • Sonshine Christian Academy
  • Drexel Hill Pizza
  • Barbara’s Dance Studio
  • Watts Investments
  • Jano’s Pizza
  • Perkins Restaurant and Bakery
  • Upper Darby Square Club

Additionally, many administrators and faculty members have also sponsored this program with financial contributions.

Students are nominated by their teachers for reflecting pillars of character such as respectfulness, responsibility, and safety. Below are some of the teacher comments that accompanied their nominations of students: 

  • Malachi is a very determined student. He is his own biggest advocate, ensuring that all of his academic affairs are in order as they need to be. Not only does Malachi perform well in his classes, but he is also a major help for his peers. Malachi is always willing to go the extra mile so that he is getting the best education he can.  Miss Brennan

  • Alex exemplifies "Royal Pride" in ever facet of his life. Each and every day he comes prepared to work hard, help others, and participate in class. On top of this, his great sense of humor and incredibly positive attitude is contagious in the classroom. I am proud to have him as my student, and cannot wait to see what the future has in store for him. Keep up the great work, pal!  Mr. Kearney

  • Allison joined DECA this year and is representing UDHS with pride and also with dedication. Even though we have had some struggles with fundraising, that has not stopped her. She looks for supporter and expresses the school spirit with pride. So happy to have er as part of UDHS DECA and the UDHS Family!  Mrs. Haring

  • I'm always impressed with Jeymi. What makes her royal is her perseverance. She came to the United States a short time ago, but her mastery of the English language is truly commendable in such a short time. Beyond that, she is taking AP Spanish now. While many people think that Spanish speakers have an easy time taking an AP Spanish class, this is simply not the case. Jeymi's writing and communicative abilities have improved greatly over the course of the year. She always came for extra help or to check and make sure she was working in the right direction. She was always patient with the non-Hispanic students (and me!) in class as we expressed ourselves. She respectfully corrected any pronunciation errors I made, and she was able to add a deeper cultural knowledge to the topics we explored. She is what it means to be royal!  Miss Brown 

     

April 2017 Operation Royal Pride Students 

Seniors

Rebecca Andrews

Ralivell Baptiste

Any Begum

Churan Chen

Ray Cong

Erica Little

Fineson Luu

Cherish Matadi

Ali Mian

Kiara Nabried

Casey Quinn

Jada Poller

Scott Savichareun

Reesie Shaw

Kelli-Ann Tennant

Juniors 

Billy Ramey

Cris Meus

Grace Muldoon

Christopher Hawkins

Jessica Liberio

Tahmir Curry

Anthony Anastasio

Jamena Easley

Sadia Ritika

A.J. Gustis

Ashley DíUrso

Adriana Loja-Chiliquinga

Candisa Karamchand

Breno Leal

Gurleen Singh

Sophomores

Emma Caughlan

Trevor Harris

Christian King

Nina Yang

Sam Meritus 

Samson Akinkunmi

Joey Ramey

Cate Cardone

Hervin Silva 

Denique Smith

Justin Neigh

Samuel Lacoste

Jame Shaikh

Dante Williams

Freshmen

Johnaijah Riley

Mataya Williams

Ennette Coleman

Jadyn Ross

Connor Rankin

Sarah Dunbar-Oertel

David Villa

Charles Whitworth

Nazje Kubach

Eshan Swartz

Yvette Yeboah

Brunidad Doutance 

Duncan Mc Connell

Samiah Kurshid 

Sofia Viscuso

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