News & Announcements

COVID-19 Testing Program

Just as we meticulously planned for safe reopening in the fall, we are carefully planning to allow increased in-person extracurricular activities. In addition to current steps to screen for the virus and prevent its spread, we are adding a COVID-19 testing program. For this rapid antigen testing program we will begin with use of Abbott Laboratories BinaxNOW tests. We will only test a student with parental/guardian consent.

Carmel Announces Expanded In-Person Plan

Carmel was among a handful of Chicago area high schools to begin in-person learning last August. Now, the school will make news once again when it welcomes back nearly its entire student body on March 8.

Street Scenes "Home Sweet Home" is April 9-15!

Now in its 47th year, Carmel Catholic High School’s widely popular Street Scenes fundraiser features a stellar lineup of entertainment, local food and beverage vendors, and the renowned Student Show!

Also, take part in our weekly Queen of Hearts raffle, which supplements Street Scenes as an important fundraising tool for the school.

Fifth Student Earns Top ACT Composite Score

Isabella Pagano '22 is the fifth Carmel student to recently earn the highest possible ACT composite score of 36, joining Lauren Kelley '21, William DeKeyser '21, Kyle Heinz '21 and Matthew Wolf '21.

Robotics Teams Advance to Regionals

Our three robotics teams competed virtually in league competition this past weekend. All three teams have advanced to the regional competition, which will be held virtually in early March.

Academic Challenge Teams Advance in Competition

Academic Challenge in Engineering and Science teams competed early in February. The varsity ACES team moves on to sectionals in March. At large competitors achieved individual awards in several areas.

Carmel Students Take Part in Umoja For Black Lives, Justice and Peace

During the month of February, Carmel students will participate in We Are Called: Umoja For Black Lives, Justice and Peace along with other Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Umoja, which means Unity, is the first principle of Kwanzaa. This month-long event will allow us to pray and reflect on different issues pertaining to this theme.
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