How We Learn

How We Learn
In an ever-changing world, our mission and values remain constant, and Carmel Catholic High School stands ready to welcome your family into the safety and security of our own. Through faith and action, we will continue to deliver on our promise to educate the students of today, with an eye on tomorrow, and we invite you to explore how we learn.
Our Reopening Plan
Carmel Catholic High School welcomes students to campus for in-person instruction to begin the 2020-21 school year. Utilizing a cohort structure, our programming provides families with a choice of learning models, which are tailored to meet the educational needs of our student body, while prioritizing the health and safety of our school community.
A choice of learning models...
  • Fully remote instruction
  • Two days per week in-person instruction
Diversity in delivery...
  • Synchronous & asynchronous curriculum
  • Pairing of block & traditional scheduling
Integrated technology...
  • Contactless temperature & tracing scanners
  • Font & rear classroom cameras
Safety and support...
  • Enhanced cleaning and distancing
  • Emotional & spiritual wellness counseling
The Value of a Catholic Education
Few things in life are more important than a quality education, and we know that families have a choice when it comes to the schooling of their children. Beyond test scores and college placement rates, however, the value of an education is difficult to measure—it is, perhaps, best understood by those who have gone without—and we celebrate your interest in providing your child with a gift that will last a lifetime: a Catholic education.
The importance of a Catholic education...
  • Forms the human person; mind, body, & soul
  • Teaches us how to live now, so to live with God for eternity
Academic formation of the mind...
  • Emphasis on the harmony of faith & reason
  • Four years of theological studies
Physical formation of the body...
  • Ethical health & wellness coursework
  • Cultivate virtue through athletic competition
Spiritual formation of the soul...
  • Daily prayer, regular worship, & annual retreat experiences
  • Christian service hour requirement
Community formation of character...
  • School environment fosters respect & responsibility
  • Clubs & activities forge a culture of encounter
The universality of the Church...
  • Student relationships span geographical & cultural divides
  • Network branches bear fruit long after graduation