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Benjamin Geoffroy '20 Wins National Merit Scholarship

Benjamin Geoffroy '20 is among roughly 1,000 corporate-sponsored scholarship winners in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Recipients can use these awards for any regionally accredited U.S. college or university, according to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
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Carmel Catholic Launches Corsairs for Corsairs Fund

A number of our families are experiencing personal and financial hardships during these uncertain times. Carmel Catholic remains committed to maintaining its ability to meet demonstrated student financial aid needs so that current students and the newly admitted Class of 2024 can access a Carmel Catholic education. To address these challenges, we are launching a new initiative: the Corsairs for Corsairs Fund.
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Spring Student-Athletes Honored

On April 20, the Athletics Department honored Carmel’s spring athletes unable to compete due to the COVID-19 pandemic, by lighting up the football stadium and scoreboard at 8:20 pm (military time of 20:20). In a live broadcast of the event, Athletic Director Mark Pos provided a short introduction before senior athletes’ names scrolled on the illuminated display for 20 minutes.
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Carmel Catholic Takes Part in #LightsForTheFight on Friday Evenings

Starting April 17, Carmel Catholic joined thousands of high schools across the nation in #LightsForTheFight. On Fridays at 8 p.m. for the next several weeks, we will illuminate Baker Stadium in support of first responders, health care providers, and all essential workers who are helping us get through this unprecedented time in our lives. Please note: this is not a drive-by event, the school campus remains closed to visitors. You are encouraged to turn on your exterior lights or light a candle at home.
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Choral and Dance Students Chat Virtually with Broadway's Frozen Cast Members

Our choral and dance students may not have been able to spend their spring break in NYC as originally planned, but that didn't stop them from chatting with some of the current stars of Broadway. The students took part in their very own virtual talkback with the associate conductor of Frozen and seven of the cast members who pay Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, Hans, Weselton, Oaken and the dance captain. For nearly 90 minutes, the cast members spoke with our students and gave them some great tips about performing and life!
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