News & Announcements

Gymnastics Wins Sectional Championship

The varsity gymnastics team captured the Sectional Championship on February 13 at Mundelein High School and will advance to the IHSA State Championships at Palatine High School on February 21. Carmel had individual champions in every event at Sectionals. Izzy Kropiwiec won vault and floor, Lyndsey Basara won beam, and Clare Keane took the top spot on bars.

Retreat for Faculty and Staff Focuses on Great Mysteries and Vocations in Catholic Education

On February 11, faculty and staff spent the day on a retreat led by Fr. Ron Nuzzi learning and reflecting on The Great Mysteries of the Faith. Fr. Nuzzi is the author of the book "At the Heart of the Church: Selected Documents of Catholic Education" that has informed the content and structure of the Faculty and Staff Formation Program this school year.

Gymnastics Captures 18th Consecutive Regional Title

The varsity girls' gymnastics team earned their 18th Regional Championship in a row on February 4, 2020, at Vernon Hills High School after earning one of their highest scores of the season. Lyndsey Basara '21 was Regional Champion on all events except beam, and that title went to Clare Keane '22.

Students' Essays Win BVM Contest

Congratulations to Jeremy Kamman '20 (1st place), Jennifer Bukowski '22 (2nd place) and Sofia Coury '21 (3rd place) for winning a Catholic Schools Week essay contest hosted by The Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Students in high schools across the country were encouraged to submit essays relating to the Catholic Schools Week theme, "Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed." The BVMs asked students to think about their education in their Catholic school, how it impacts their lives and how it relates to this theme. Winners were announced on January 31 and gift cards were given as prizes.

698 Students Named To Honor Roll

Congratulations to the 698 students who have been named to the honor roll for their excellent academic achievement for the fall semester.

Students Visit Chinatown to Celebrate New Year

On January 28, students enrolled in Chinese courses visited Chinatown in Chicago to celebrate the Year of the Rat. Among the activities for the day, students participated in a walking tour of Chinatown, kite making and dumpling making.

Students Attend Right to Life March in Washington, D.C.

Twenty-four students headed to Washington, D.C. to attend March for Life during the week of January 21. During this historic trip, the students spent a significant amount of time in prayer but also had the opportunity to visit a number of sites in D.C., including Arlington Cemetery, the MLK memorial, the Holocaust Museum, pro-life rallies and Mass, in addition to the March on Friday, January 24.

Social Justice Club Hosts 24-Hour Prayer Vigil for Life

While students attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C. the week of January 21, back at Carmel Catholic the Social Justice Club led a 24-hour prayer vigil for human life in the Brandsma Chapel. At the top of each hour, all those present, including students and faculty, prayed the Rosary.
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