News & Announcements

Corey the Corsair is the Newest Member of the Carmel Catholic Community

Corey is a male Goldendoodle who will be serving up some big snuggles and kisses as he welcomes and comforts students at Carmel Catholic in his role as a therapy dog. Corey is currently in training and will by next school year be a certified therapy dog. This spring, he will be present on campus as he learns and adapts to being in a school environment. You'll catch him most days with Principal Jason Huther or with our Student Services team.

Carmel's ABC Business Team Wins State Competition

On April 27, Carmel’s Advice Beyond the Classroom (ABC) team comprised of Ryan Hogan, Spiros Pissios, Mario Durnil, Nicholas Kolesar, and Giselle Young, went to UBS Tower to compete at the ABC state event. After presenting in front of the entire ABC organization, guest speakers, and the judges, Carmel’s team won, making them the state champions.

Ben Berg Named Illinois Coach of the Year

On April 30, Girls Basketball Coach Ben Berg was honored as an Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year for his efforts in leading the Corsairs to the 2022 IHSA 3A State Title!

Lake County Diversity and Equity Symposium Hosted by Carmel Catholic

On Saturday, April 23, Carmel Catholic hosted the first-ever Lake County Diversity and Equity Symposium. Students and educators from across Lake County were invited to add their voices to this collective understanding of equity and justice in our schools. This event was funded by a JPIC Human Development Fund from the Carmelite JPIC Commission.

Dance Outreach Program for Catholic Grade Schools Stresses Health and Wellness

The mental health and wellness of children and teenagers have been at the forefront of headlines since shortly after the onset of Covid-19 two years ago and continues to worsen. But ever since students were forced to learn remotely, members of the Carmel Catholic High School Orchesis dance program have been leading health and wellness outreach programs with grade and middle schoolers via Zoom, and now in-person.
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