She Kills Monsters Tickets!

Don't miss out on this full length, dramatic comedy!


You don’t want to miss Cab Calloway School of the Arts upcoming fall production of She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen.

This full length, dramatic comedy tells the story of Agnes Evans following the death of her sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds her sisters Dungeons & Dragons notebook, she enters into an epic adventure filled with fairies, ogres and 90s pop culture. This magnificent, modern production is a tribute to the geek and warrior in all of us!

Parental Guidance Suggested 13+ – Mature Themes, Language, Violence

Tickets available here:

Come join us in the Cab Calloway School of the Arts Theatre to experience this unique and diverse show. There are 6 shows over 2 weekends starting Friday Oct. 26th and runs through Sunday Nov. 4th.

  • October 26th and 27th at 7:00 PM and October 28th at 2:00 PM
  • November 2nd and 3rd at 7:00 PM and November 4th at 2:00 PM


Red Clay’s District Wide School Choice Information Workshop

This informative workshop is open to the public

Red Clay’s district wide School Choice information workshop will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 6 p.m. at Cab Calloway. Come find out information about School Choice, the application process and meet representatives from all Red Clay Schools. 

The Delaware School Choice program offers parents expanded educational options by giving parents an opportunity to apply for their child to attend a school other than assigned attendance zone school. Discover how you can choose Red Clay by visiting:

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Cab Calloway Homecoming Week Spirit Night!

Monday, October 15th, from 5:30-7:30 pm - Upper Parking Lot and Football Field

As part of CAB’s Homecoming Week, the Cab Calloway PTSO is sponsoring a kick-off Spirit Night, to be held on Monday, October 15th, from 5:30-7:30 pm outside the school on the upper parking lot and football field.

Sure to be a great night for Cab Calloway families.  Come and enjoy the onsite food trucks, parents think about it NO COOKING!  There will be Field Games to start, then a senior vs junior Powderpuff Game and the event will culminate in a Massive Tug-of-War Competition.

The tug-of-war competition is for Cab school clubs and arts groups! The competitions will be mic’ed. This will be a round robin tournament with the ultimate winner announced at the end of the evening. There is no limit to the number of participants from each club and a club member who may be in a separate club can compete with each. The winner earns bragging rights for the 2018-2019 school year!

We are looking forward to a great evening, highlighting the many amazing things our faculty and students participate in.  This event is for Cab Calloway students, parents, family members, and school staff.

District Information about the Superintendent Search

meetings and survey

superintendent search meetings and survey

Thirty-One Cab Seventh Grade Business Students attend Governor’s Construction Career Expo

Career fair designed to expose middle school students to careers in the construction industry!


On Friday, September 21st, thirty-one Cab Calloway School of the Arts seventh grade business students attended The Governor’s Construction Career Expo.  The expo was a free, family-oriented career fair designed to expose middle school students to careers in the construction industry.

The construction industry is one of Delaware’s fastest-growing employment sectors with more than 3,500 job openings expected through 2024. The Governor’s Construction Career Expo introduced training and career paths to students and those looking to move from jobs to meaningful careers. The Governor’s initiative is also an opportunity to connect employers and career-seekers with the ultimate goal to train and develop an expertly skilled Delaware workforce.

At the Expo, students enjoyed a variety of fun activities. They used tools to build various structures, were hands on with virtual building simulators, and participated in heavy equipment demonstrations. Students were awed by real world construction applications and the tactile nature of the Expo. Many students expressed excitement about their possible futures in this industry.

Many Delaware state agencies were involved in the event; notably the Office of the Governor Delaware Department of Education, Delaware Department of Labor, Delaware Department of Transportation, Delaware Technical Community College, City of Wilmington.  Exhibitors included a variety of local and national businesses who provide various construction services to Delaware.  EDiS, Sobieski, Tri State Roofers, University of Delaware Facility Management, Wayman Fire Protection were just a few of the large assortment of businesses represented at the Expo.

Students were joined by Cab Calloway School Staff Mrs. McKenzie, Mr. Brown and Mr. Georgsson. This specialized field trip was coordinated with school principals and school districts throughout the state.






Two Cab Students Qualify as Semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program

Way to go Evan L. and Jack W.!

Congratulations to seniors, Evan L. and Jack W. on being named Semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Over 1.6 million juniors in about 22,000 high schools entered the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the PSAT/NMSQT in October 2017. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists, representing less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue on in the competition for some 7,5000 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million that will be offered in the spring.

Cab students to exhibit at the Delaware Contemporary for International Peace Week

Cab Calloway:  A community where the energy of arts and academics unite!


7th grade visual art majors and a few 9th graders are exhibiting their artwork at the Delaware Contemporary for International Peace Week. The show opens Sunday September 16th and is sponsored by Pacem in Terris.  Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) is a grassroots, non-partisan, interfaith, member-supported non-profit organization that brings together people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and professions for the purpose of positive peaceful change on the local, national and global level.


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2018 Delaware Individual Artist Fellows exhibition in the CCSA Fines Arts Gallery

Friday September 7 from 5:00PM-7:00PM

The first exhibition of the school year in the CCSA Fines Arts Gallery is the 2018 Delaware Individual Artist Fellows exhibition.

The opening reception is Friday September 7 from 5:00PM-7:00PM.

Check out the link for more information!  2018 Delaware Individual Artist Fellows

Text from the website below:

Delaware’s Individual Artist Fellowships recognize artists for their outstanding quality of work and provide monetary awards. Individual Artist Fellows are publicly acknowledged and benefit from the additional exposure to their work. Fellows are required to showcase their work in a public exhibition or performance, so we’ve set up a special section on for you to experience their work.

This year, the Division received work samples from 124 Delaware choreographers, composers, musicians, writers, folk and visual artists were reviewed by out-of-state arts professionals, considering demonstrated creativity and skill in their art form. The 17 selected fellows reside throughout Delaware including Hockessin, Lewes, Newark, Rehoboth Beach, and Wilmington.

Meet the Artist Fellows

Join us for the annual Award Winners exhibition, a group show featuring the 2018 Individual Artist Fellows from now through August 26 at CAMP Rehoboth. Award Winners will then travel to its final destination, Cab Calloway School of the Arts starting in September.

We invite you to the Wilmington reception and award ceremony on Friday, September 7 at 5 p.m. where you can meet the artist fellows and experience their work.

SY 2018-19 Summer Work Is Here!

Don't waste your summer!

Check out the Summer work page located under the “Students” tab, or just click here:

Cab Calloway HS Graduation 2018 Stream!

Click the link to view when the event is live!

Below you will find a link to the live event of the Cab Calloway HS Graduation. This event will be archived when it is over, for viewing indefinitely.


Cab Calloway 8th Grade Finale Streaming!

Streaming to your device!

Below you will find a link to the live event of the Cab Calloway 8th Grade Finale. This event will be archived when it is over, for viewing indefinitely.

Cab BPA Wins Big @ Nationals!

17 students earn national honors!

From Tuesday, May 8 thru Sunday, May 13, seventeen Cab Calloway School of the Arts 7th and 8th grade students attended the 2018 Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas.  All 17 students in attendance achieved either a top 1 or 2 finalists in at least one of the many diverse competitions.

Results as follows:

  • Julia C., Harpreet K. and Pragya S. placed 1st in Digital Game Design Team
  • Marissa J., Emily L., Giada M., Delanie M. placed 1st in Presentation Management Team
  • Mia X. placed 1st and Claire A. placed 2nd in Graphic Design Promotion
  • Ava B. placed 1st and Claire A. was a top 10 finalist in Extemporaneous Speech
  • Alexandria H. placed 1st in Prepared Speech
  • Andrew I., Kimberly B., Ava B. and Rishi M. placed 2nd in Introduction to Video Production Team
  • Ashley B., Arundhati D., Alexandria H. and Mia X. placed 2nd in Web Site Design Team
  • Jack W. placed 2nd, Arundhati D. placed 3rd in Financial Literacy
  • Ashley B. placed 1st, Arundhati D. and Claire A. were top 10 finalists in Business Fundamentals Concepts
  • Ashley B. placed 1st and Claire A. was a top 10 finalist in Business Math Concepts
  • Jack W. placed 3rd, Arundhati D. and Ashley B. were top 10 finalists in Computer Literacy Concepts
  • Arundhati D. was a top 10 finalist in Business Communication Skills Concepts


Students are led by their business teacher and BPA Advisor Mr. Sverrir Georgsson, co-advisor Angi Barker and volunteer coach Sarah Barker. We thank all who have participated and made the BPA chapter such a great success this year!

Art of Conversation Speaker Series

Last Wednesday Sarah McBride closed out our Cab Calloway School Fund’s Art of Conversation Speaker Series. The Cab Calloway School Fund would like to thank all the patrons and supporters of the Speaker Series. The first series was a great success bringing nationally acclaimed speakers to Delaware for informative, insightful and fun interviews.

The speaker series is designed to help the School Fund continue its efforts for the endowment to support the various arts in the Cab Calloway School community.

Sarah Mcbride is the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign. In 2012, Sarah made national headlines when she came out as transgender while serving as student body president at American University. A native of Wilmington, Delaware, Sarah serves on the Board of Directors of Equality Delaware and helped lead the successful effort to add gender identity and expression to Delaware’s nondiscrimination and hate-crimes laws. In 2008, Sarah worked for Governor Jack Markell (D-DE) and, in 2010, for former Attorney General Beau Biden (D-DE). Prior to coming to HRC, Sarah worked on LGBTQ equality at the Center for American Progress and interned at the White House, the first out trans woman to do so. Last year, Sarah made history when she became the first openly transgender person to address a major political party’s convention when she spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.


Sarah is a Cab Calloway School of the Arts Alumni (2009) and is launching her new book which is available now.

You can find Sarah’s talks as well as Maurice Hines and Sarah Stroman’s at the below link.



After a grueling 2 day completion both the High School and Middle School Chapters of the Technology Student Association had outstanding winners. Below are the results!

PS. Mr. Greider got TSA Advisor of the year for the state!

High School TSA

1st Places
Structural Engineering
Jacob W.
Nick U.
System control
Jessie L.
Ethan B.
Patrick T.
Promotional design
Nadia R.
Cad 3D
Patrick T.
Debating technical issues
Shahreen Q.
Risha K.

2nd Places
Video Game Design
Sohum S.
Ethan B.
Helen L.
Brianna M.
Evan L.
Daniel C.
Tech Problem Solving
Brianna M.
Sam B.
Technology Bowl
Patrick T.
Sohum S.
Jessie L.
Future Tech teacher
Saman V.
Extemporaneous speech
Risha K.

3rd Places
Chapter Team
Sohum S.
Hannah R.
Patrick T.
Helen L.
Jenna H.
Paige L.

Middle School TSA

1st Places
Children’s Stories
Andrew I.
Michaela S.
Will L.
Sara W.
Olivia K.
Sarah K.
Promotional Marketing
Jess W.
Stem Animation
Andrew I.
Will L.
Sara K.
Olivia K.
Lucas F.
Molly G.
Website Design
Mia X.
Will L.
Grace H.
Kirti D.
Ashley B.
Arundhati D.
Structural Engineering
Olivia K.
Shira B.
Solar Sprint Creative Design.
Andrew I.
Sara W.
Michaela S.
Jess W.
Prepared Speech
Shira B.

2nd Places
Essays on technology
Jeremiah R.

3rd Places
Electrical Applications
Adam B.
System Control
Sara K.
Nolan G.
Sakhi G.
Structural Engineering
Izzie C.
Rosie C.
Challenging Technology Issues
Molly G.
Olivia K.

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College & Career Decision Day Celebration

On May 1st, our School Counseling Department, with support from the PTSO, hosted our annual College & Career Decision Day to celebrate the achievements of our AMAZING Class of 2018. 

Due to the success of our College Application Week held back in October, all 124 members of the Class of 2018 applied to at least one college by January 1st.  The Class of 2018 certainly kept our high school counselor, Kimberly Rigby, on her toes by submitting a WHOPPING total of 800 college applications, with an average of seven application submissions per senior! 

97.5% of the Class of 2018 will attend college in the fall, with the remaining 2.5% entering the world of work or attending cosmetology school. 

Photos by Matt J. C/o 2019


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