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March 2021 News & Updates

DME PG Blue Upsets #2 Team in Country To End Season in Top 5!

For the second consecutive season the DME Academy PG Blue team competed for a National Championships. With a season record of 20-5 the team faced off against #2 Hargrave Military Academy and came out swinging with an upset 63-61 win!

 

 

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DME girls volleyball team celebration

Big Win Sends 15 Elite Black Volleyball Team to Junior National Championship Tournament the 2021 GJNC in Las Vegas!

 

After an amazing weekend at the Big South Tournament Qualifier event in Atlanta  DME Academy’s Volleyball 15 Elite Black team Coach Alvaro was recently interviewed by John Tawa from VolleyballMag.com.

 

 

Quick Hits Around Campus

Discover how exciting things have been both onsite at DME Academy and around the world for our alumni this month. 

Girl’s Post Grad successfully defeated two Florida Junior Colleges to finish the Post Graduate season.

DME defeated Miami Dade and Palm Beach State junior college programs this season. DME successfully beat the Palm Beach State Junior College 57-54. DME's Bella Weary lead the team with 15 points while Jhaid Westbrook not far behind with 10.    

Earlier this season DME took Miami Dade with a final score of 62-58 
Bella Weary led again with 17 points. 

Anthony Polite, born in Switzerland, is the starting point guard for the Division 1 program at Florida State University. He is majoring in Business shared with our students how important academics is for student-athletes.

Hopefully, this will inspire our students to work harder to achieve their goals.  

We've been busy on-campus interviewing our seniors. They have shared with us everything from their favorite DME moments to the advice they have for incoming students. Click HERE to check them out. 

Our own Coach Rickey wanted to weigh in regarding the less than stellar accommodations made to the NCAA women's tournement. Watch it here. 

Our alumni have been busy this month. Be sure to read all about their accomplishments here. 

Alex Perrin is in the DME Hockey Academy program and was named to the Junior National Honor Society. Alex has really enjoyed the dynamic format that DME has to offer by being able to skate in the mornings and then focusing on his schoolwork. "The program really pushes you to work hard in both your sport and school and having them intertwined has been beneficial to both my game and my grades" shared Alex when asked about his experience with the DME Hockey Academy. 

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