Join the excitement with our Queen of Hearts Raffle, a game of chance made popular for its record jackpot prizes. This weekly raffle will supplement Carmel Street Scenes as an important fundraising tool for the school.
Lisete Astudillo '22 and Emma Baynes '22 have been nominated for College of Lake County's Dual Credit Student of the Year Award for their dedication and excellence in Dual Credit Spanish Film and Culture and their outstanding participation in Spanish Club.
With an eye always to the sky, Willie Gillespie '23 received the go-ahead from school administration earlier this year for the purchase of an Earth Networks WeatherBug weather station. Researching, creating, and then using a sizable PowerPoint presentation to gain Principal Jason Huther’s approval, it took just under 30 minutes for Huther to grant Gillespie the go-ahead on the $3,500 a year system. The school’s cutting-edge science curriculum is expected to reap the benefits.
On April 16, eight student-athletes signed their national letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level, bringing the total number of Corsairs who have signed a letter this school year to 14.
The Carmel Ad Book is a comprehensive listing of businesses that support our school. During this COVID-19 crisis, proceeds from the Ad Drive and Street Scenes event will assist families by keeping tuition as low as possible.
This program is available for all children and teens 18 years of age and under, including Carmel students, children of faculty and staff, and community members. This program is open to all families looking to save a little extra on their grocery bill.
Congratulations to the following math teams and individual for their accomplishments at the 2021 Math regional. The Freshman/Sophomore 8 person team placed 3rd, the Geometry Team placed 4th, and in the individual competition (Geometry) Monica Liu placed 9th.
Eric Acevedo '21 has been named a 2021 Coca-Cola Scholar and will receive a $20,000 scholarship award for study at an accredited U.S. college or university of his choice. Approximately 150 scholars are selected from around 99,403 applications each year.
Results from the sectional Academic Challenge in Engineering and Science (ACES) competition held March 3rd have been announced. In this round, Carmel earned 4th overall in a very competitive section. Individual medals were won by several students.