Hard working, attention to detail, compassionate, dependable. Those are important traits that Libertyville Fire Chief Rich Carani has lived by during his 30+ years of service as a first responder in the Libertyville community where he both lives and works.
In 2021, a very generous donor family gifted Carmel Catholic a special garden area intended to serve as a student center, outdoor classroom, and community gathering space that can be enjoyed as a place for reflection, tranquility, and mindfulness.
Since 1962, the Blessed Titus Brandsma Chapel has welcomed generations of Carmel Catholic students who have encountered Christ in Word and Sacrament under the luminous gaze of Mary. Now, a new generation of students will get to experience the chapel’s beauty following the completion of the initial phase of construction.
The varsity gymnastics team performed at the State competition on February 19, representing Carmel in the best way. The team finished in 5th place, with senior Clare Keane placing 2nd on the balance beam and uneven bars.
The National Merit Scholarship Program has determined which of the 16,000 Semifinalists named in September 2021 have met all requirements to advance to Finalist standing in the competition. Of these 16,000 students nationwide, four are Carmel Catholic High School seniors – Joseph Burke, Wrigley Kordt, Victoria Nagode and Isabella Pagano.