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Miss Iswalt works with USA Junior Men's Handball Team
Kaitlyn Lester

In December, our athletic trainer, Miss (Madeline) Iswalt traveled with the USA Junior Men's Handball team.  She served as the athletic trainer for them throughout all of their games and practices. 

 The team participated in the Junior Men IHF Trophy in Mexico City, Mexico.  The team stayed at the Olympic Committee in Mexico City which was home to the 1968 summer Olympics.  While participating in this tournament, teams across North America competed for the North American title as well as to qualify for the World Championships in Germany and Greece this summer.  The USA team beat Greenland, Martinique, and Guadeloupe, but came up short in the gold medal match against Cuba ultimately resulting in a silver medal at the end of their week of competition.   

Boys Soccer Fall 2022 DLN All-Area Team Finalists at Phelps
Kaitlyn Lester

Collins Oduro, Justin Schweitzer, Eliot Beaumale, and Damon Keller were acknowledged for their outstanding performances this past season.

Collins Oduro was named to and headlined the Boys Soccer All-Area First Team. He led the area/region with 39 goals and 80 points total for the 2022 Fall Season, and has signed with Indiana University for Fall 2023. 


Justin Schweitzer was named to the All-Area Second Team. A standout midfielder he finished the season with 20 assists, and was a huge part of our team's success and playoff run. 


Eliot Beaumale and Damon Keller both received All-Area Honorable Mention honors. Both were huge offensive contributors for us this season. Eliot finished the season with 19 goals, 17 assists, and 55 points total, and Damon Keller was our second leading scorer with 29 goals, 9 assists, and 67 points total. 


Congratulations to Collins, Justin, Eliot, and Damon and our entire Phelps Soccer team for their performance this past season!

The Phelps School Holiday Program 2022
Kaitlyn Lester

On December 14th, the student body came together to learn about Celebrations Around the World! Read more about what the program involved!

 One great thing about Phelps is our diverse community of domestic and international students that make up our family. We had multiple students create presentations on what traditions are practiced in their home countries. The students who shared this wonderful information with us are featured here. : 

·         Greece – Nikolaos Gousios

·         China – David Tan

·         Korea – Yosub Han

·         Switzerland – Damon Keller

·         Zimbabwe – Tadiwa Chirume

·         Ghana – Collins Oduro

·         Brazil – Henrique Alves Magdaleno

·         Ukraine – Danylo Shapovalov

·         Italy – Antonio Monti & Onofrio Giordano

·         Spain – Jorge Miguez Valentin

·         Ramadan – Alasan Njie-Morgan & Jameel Bakrin

·         American Christmas – Ezra Pate

·         Hanukkah – Ezra Pate

They all did a fantastic job! We also celebrated the tree lighting, which was presented by our student body president, Jack Zanotti. The tree lighting is a tradition that is celebrated every year at Phelps, which demonstrates how everyone's light helps create our community, and plays an important part here at our school. Our very own Doc G did is annual playing on his accordion which was such a treat. 

We also had very special guests from the North Pole! Santa Claus (Jack Hasler) and his Elf helper ( Antonio Monti) made a visit and handed out an array of gifts to different students and faculty. Some of the gifts definitely caused some laughter! The Holiday Program is something that everyone looks forward to every year, and is a great way to end the school week, and start the holiday festivities!

On behalf on The Phelps School, we wish everyone a safe and happy holiday, and a great new year!

Lions Dominate in Peddie Invitational Dec. 9th-11th
Kaitlyn Lester

Lions come through with 4th consecutive win in Peddie School Invitational! 

Phelps played in the Peddie School Invitational last weekend. The Lions won for the 4th straight year. Will Riley led the tournament in scoring, averaging 31 points per game. Onyx Nnani was named the tournament MVP. Malcolm Wrisby-Jefferson was 1st team throughout the tournament. The Lions also broke a record. In our game against The Lawrenceville School, we scored 111 points. The previous record was 107 set by The Hill School in 1989