News & Announcements

Victoria Nagode '22 Earns Honorable Mention in Midwest Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Congratulations to junior Victoria (Tori) Nagode for her Honorable Mention in the Midwest Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. This distinction is only awarded to the top 10-15% of all entries in this extremely competitive contest. Tori's submission is a digital art portrait titled "Jamais Vu." She will be recognized in a virtual Scholastic Awards Celebration on March 7.

Most Valuable Corsairs Named

We have continued our tradition of awarding select students with an "MVC" (Most Valuable Corsair) award during Catholic Schools Week, February 1-5. These are students who exemplify the values of Carmel Catholic High School through their actions at school and in their community.

Teachers Esmeralda Mora and Greg Schwab Present at Global Conference

Foreign Language teachers, Esmeralda Mora and Greg Schwab presented this week at Comprehended! – a conference that brings together CI professionals and impassioned teachers from all over the globe in a unique, online conference dedicated to comprehension-based language instruction.

Carmel to Celebrate Catholic Schools Week, February 1–5

Together as a school community, we will celebrate Catholic Schools Week (CSW) during the week of February 1. CSW is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. Catholic schools have a specific purpose to form students to be good citizens of the world, love God and neighbor and enrich society by example of faith. We have a number of events planned to celebrate!

March for Life Rally Held at Carmel

On January 17, Carmel hosted the March for Life Chicago’s Moving the Movement Tour, a pro-life drive-in and socially-distanced rally. The event featured inspiring speakers, including Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Melissa Villalobos, Dr. Brad Bonham, Mark Curran, Carmel Catholic Senior Hannah Arends, and more.

Engineering Department Receives $10,000 Grant

The Carmel Catholic Engineering Department is the proud recipient of a $10,000 grant from The Grainger Foundation. These funds are intended to support the advancement of the school’s engineering curriculum for the STEM program through the purchase of six laptop computers to run engineering-specific software.
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