News & Announcements

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.
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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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FemInSTEM Club Hosts STEM Day for Younger Girls

More than 100 girls ages 7-13 were empowered by Carmel FemInSTEM members as they participated in the 2nd annual Girls STEM Day at Carmel on January 18. Activities included an escape room, lava lamp building, coding workshops, an astronomy workshop by a NASA-trained Carmel teacher, robots, building challenges, and much more.
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Cardinal Blase Cupich Joins Carmel Community for All-School Mass

Cardinal Blase Cupich visited Carmel Catholic on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 to preside over an all-school Mass celebrating the Lunar New Year, a prominent liturgical custom in certain Asian countries. This Mass of Thanksgiving highlighted the cultural importance of family, service, and gratitude — above all, gratitude to God for the blessings we have received.
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Street Scenes is February 7 & 8

Join us for Carmel Catholic's largest annual fundraiser, featuring more than 50 bands, a casino, improv, theater, food, and drinks. Each year in February, hundreds of Carmel Catholic volunteers transform the school into a spectacular fun-filled venue. Through the generous efforts of our students, their parents, Carmel alumni, and friends, Street Scenes contributes more than $300,000 each year to support the academic programs at Carmel Catholic.
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