Career Day is this Friday, April 21!

It is with great pride and enthusiasm that we announce that Joseph P. Clancy, most recent director of the Secret Service and class of 1973 at Archbishop Carroll will serve as the 2017 Career Day speaker this Friday April 21st.

Please join us for this historic event at Carroll! We will be LiveStreaming the career day assembly beginning at 7:50am, Friday.

Please join us and experience an exceptional Carroll Alumnus inspire and offer career guidance for our students' consideration.

Please know we work intentionally every day to ensure your child and our students receive the most enriched Catholic education possible.

Warm Regards,
Francis E. Fox '77
Dr. Anchen Schulz
From the Office of CarrollU

Attention!  Parents/Guardians of Graduating Seniors:

It is very important that we receive ALL letters of college acceptance and scholarships by May 2 so that this information can be listed in the graduation booklet.  We want your child to receive all the credit he/she deserves.  Having all letters in by May 2 will make this possible.

We regret that letters of acceptance and scholarships received after May 2nd cannot be printed in the graduation booklet.

Thank you.

The Guidance Department news is continued below.

From the Office of Campus Ministry

Kairos XCI (June 19-22) Parent/Guardian Meeting

There is a MANDATORY meeting on Thursday, April 27 at 6:45 pm in the Carroll chapel for any parent/guardian who has a senior attending this upcoming June’s Kairos retreat. The meeting will last one half hour and at least one parent/guardian must be in attendance. Retreatants do NOT attend this meeting. 

Kairos Registration: Class of 2018

Registration for all Kairos retreats continues at Space is limited on each retreat so rising seniors should sign up ASAP for whichever retreat they wish to attend. Students should be sure to discuss with their parent/guardians their intention to register before doing so, ensuring that the dates they sign up for are free on their personal/family calendar.


The premier celebration of family, friends, and contemporary Catholic/Christian music in the greater Philadelphia area, AbbeyFest, is offering discounted tickets for its fourth annual festival. Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.
12 Carroll Community Members Participate in RCIA
At the Easter Vigil mass at Sacred Heart on April 15, twelve members of the Archbishop Carroll community participated in the  Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Three of whom received baptism and another six received confirmation.
Music Students Shine at the Regional Level
Suzanne Carpenter ('18) and Julia Lundeen ('18) both auditioned and qualified for District Orchestra and Band, respectively.  When it came time to re-audition for  Region Orchestra and Band, they both seized the opportunity and made the most of it!  Performing amongst the finest musicians from all of Districts 11 and 12, Suzanne and Julia spent a lot of time and effort preparing themselves for the Region Festivals.  These ensembles are incredibly competitive in earning a spot and these two young musicians represented Carroll well!

From left to right:  Mr. Larimer, Suzanne Carpenter, Julia Lundeen, Mr. Darrohn (woodwind instructor)
New Back Field Ready for Action

Our back field, which is home to our Boys and Girls Soccer teams and our Girls Lacrosse team, was newly sodded and leveled over the Winter off-season. It's inaugural game was played yesterday, April 18 when Girls Varsity Lacrosse hosted Little Flower. The game was a stellar team effort with our girls winning 17-1. This win is another notch in the impressive belt of Coach Lorraine Beers as she works toward her 17th consecutive PCL title.

Before the game, Father Mike Speziale blessed the field. May God bless all the athletes, home and away, that play on our new back field.

Jazz Ensemble Takes Home Multiple Awards
Mr. Darrohn and the Jazz Ensemble put on a great show at the annual St. Aloysius Jazz Festival on Saturday, April 1st.  The Carroll Jazz students brought home numerous awards including; Best Trumpet Section, Best Trombone Section, and the overall rating of Outstanding.  Senior Conor Quinn took home Best High School Solo on Tenor Saxophone and sophomore Alex Prusacki took home an Honorable Mention for his Alto Saxophone solo.  The Jazz Ensemble continues to grow under Mr. Darrohn's jazz expertise and the ensemble is open to all Carroll students.  

This summer come join us for our first ever Summer Jazz Camp!  The dates are July 10th - 14th from 9 am - 1 pm.  Registration is $200.  Please contact to register!

pictured: Mr. Darrohn and the Jazz Ensemble perform at St. Aloysius
From the Principal's Office
Safe Environment

Next week in our Theology classes on either Wednesday, April 26th or Thursday, April 27th, a lesson will be presented from the Archdiocesan Safe Environment child abuse prevention program for young people. 

A letter from the Office for Child and Youth Protection will be emailed to you this week.  This letter will explain in greater detail the class and the topic for your child's specific grade level.

As the parent/guardian, you have the right to excuse your student from the lesson. Please be assured that your doing so will in no way negatively impact your child's grade in his/her Theology class. 

In order to excuse your child from this lesson, you must fill-out the attached opt-out form and return it to the Principal's Office  by Monday, April 24th.

Please contact your child's Theology teacher or me should you have any questions or concerns.

Epi-Pen Recall

The U.S. has joined the list of countries covered by a voluntary recall of EpiPen auto-injectors for severe allergic reactions.

The recall was triggered by a defective part that may result in the device failing to inject a potentially life-saving dose of epinephrine, the FDA said Friday. 

In the United States, the recall applies to 13 lots of both EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. auto-injectors distributed between December 17, 2015, and July 1, 2016   (This product was distributed by Mylan). 

See links below for the lot numbers and replacement information.

John Cardinal Foley Symposium and Awards Dinner at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary

On behalf of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, I am sharing information regarding the second annual John Cardinal Foley Symposium and Awards Dinner on Wednesday, May 24th.

In celebration of the World Day of Social Communications a professional forum, beginning at 3:00 p.m., will discuss the message of Pope Francis in communicating hope and trust in our time. 

A ticketed dinner will follow at 6:30 p.m. in the Seminary’s Eakins Room. Two awards will be presented at that time. The Cardinal Foley Media Award for Excellence in Communications will be presented to Mark Abrams, longtime news anchor and reporter at KYW Newsradio in Philadelphia.  In addition, the Foley Award in Social Communications will be presented to the yet to be determined winner of a short video competition that communicates the theme of the World Day of Communications. Entrants are young professionals ages 18-25.  

The lecture is open to the public with free admission.  To purchase tickets to the dinner, please contact Cathy Peacock at 610-785-6530 or email  

The attached flyer contains additional information. Please consider sharing this material with others. Thank you.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito to Receive Honorary Degree from Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary and Deliver Concursus Address

On behalf of Bishop Timothy C. Senior, Rector of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, I am pleased to share the following.  

The Seminary announced that that it will award a Doctor of Humane Letters degree, honoris causa, to United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito at its Concursus ceremony on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Justice Alito will also give the Concursus address.  

Click HERE to read a news release that contains additional information. Please consider sharing this material broadly with others.

No Printed Progress Reports 

For the Fourth Academic Quarter, we will not be printing and sending home Academic Progress Reports.  Because all of our teachers are required to post their grades and keep them updated (at least weekly) on Grade Connect, both students and parents/guardians have virtually continuous access to current grades in each course.  

We will, however, ask teachers to make sure that they have their grades updated to reflect students’ current standing in their courses by May 9, the official Interim or Mid-Quarter point of the Fourth Academic Quarter.  Teachers will also be encouraged to include comments about students’ progress in their Gradebooks on Grade Connect.  

Should you have questions or concerns about your child’s progress in a given course, please contact the teacher of that course.

From the Office of Athletics

Upcoming Sports Schedule

*Please note that all times are subject to change. Please check the calendar on our website or our profile on DigitalSports for the most up-to-date changes. Home Games are in RED.

Wednesday, April 19 

3:30pm - Girls JV B Lacrosse vs. Radnor - Archbishop Carroll High School
3:45pm - Varsity Softball vs. St. Hubert's - Archbishop Carroll High School
3:45pm - Boys Varsity Lacrosse at Archbishop Ryan - Archbishop Ryan
4:00pm - Varsity Baseball vs. Archbishop Wood - Archbishop Carroll High School
4:00pm - JV Baseball at Archbishop Wood Catholic - Archbishop Wood
5:15pm - Boys JV Lacrosse at Archbishop Ryan - Archbishop Ryan 

Thursday, April 20 

3:45pm - Freshman Baseball at Marple Newtown - Gauntlett Community Center
3:45pm - Varsity Softball vs. Little Flower Catholic - Little Flower High School
3:45pm - Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Hallahan Catholic - Archbishop Carroll High School
3:45pm - JV Softball vs. Little Flower Catholic - Archbishop Carroll High School
5:15pm - Girls JV Lacrosse vs. Hallahan Catholic - Archbishop Carroll High School

Friday, April 21 

3:45pm - Boys Varsity Lacrosse at Cardinal O'Hara - Cardinal O'Hara High School
5:15pm - Boys JV Lacrosse at Cardinal O'Hara - Cardinal O'Hara High School

Saturday, April 22 

10:00am - Varsity Track - Wissahickon Relays - Wissahickon High School
11:00am - Girls Varsity Lacrosse at Harriton - Harriton High School
12:30pm - Girls JV Lacrosse at Harriton - Harriton High School

Sunday, Apr 23 

3:00pm - Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Cardinal O'Hara - Cardinal O'Hara High School
4:15pm - Boys JV Lacrosse @ Cardinal O'Hara - Cardinal O'Hara High School

Monday, April 24 

3:30pm - Boys Varsity Track - PCL 4 - Benjamin Rush High School
3:45pm - Varsity Softball at Springside - Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
3:45pm - JV Softball vs. Springside - Archbishop Carroll High School
4:00pm - Varsity Baseball vs. Lansdale Catholic - Archbishop Carroll High School
4:00pm - JV Baseball at Lansdale Catholic - Lansdale Catholic High School
4:00pm - Freshman Baseball at Lansdale Catholic - Lansdale Catholic High School

Tuesday, April 25 

3:30pm - Girls Varsity Track - PCL 4 - Cardinal O'Hara High School
3:45pm - Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Bonner/Prendergast - Archbishop Carroll High School
5:15pm - Girls JV Lacrosse vs. Bonner /Prendergast - Archbishop Carroll High School

Wednesday, April 26 

4:00pm - Varsity Baseball at St. Joseph's Prep School - St. Joseph's Preparatory School
4:00pm - JV Softball at Penn Charter School - William Penn Charter School
4:00pm - Freshman Baseball @ St. Joe's Prep School - St. Joseph's Preparatory School
4:00pm - JV Baseball vs. St. Joseph's Prep School - Archbishop Carroll High School
4:15pm - Varsity Softball vs. Penn Charter School - Archbishop Carroll High School
5:30pm - Boys JV Lacrosse at Bonner/Prendergast - Bonner/Prendergast
7:00pm - Boys Varsity Lacrosse at Bonner/Prendergast - Bonner/Prendergast


Best Buddies Walk - Saturday, April 29th @ Philadelphia Zoo

The Best Buddies Walk is coming up soon!!

We want the Carroll program to be represented well, so if you do not have a game or practice, we hope you and your teammates can attend. Below is the link sent directly from Mrs. Rosemary Faris who is head of the Best Buddies program here at Carroll. Please register for the event by Monday 4/24 at the latest as the event is next Saturday, 4/29 at the Philadelphia Zoo. 

The registration page asks for a lot of information, all you need to fill in is anything with a red asterisk next to it. You do not need to donate any money while registering, but if you'd like to, by all means! When you register for the event please make sure you register under "Team Archbishop Carroll Best Buddies." There's a link underneath it that says "view team page." Click on that and then click on the purple box that says "join team." Look at the list of members who have already signed up, you'll see a bunch of Carroll students and staff already on the list. If you see that, you're on the right page! Please spread the word to everyone, this is going to be an awesome event!! Parents, siblings, relatives, friends are all welcome! Just be sure to register and make sure it’s under Team Archbishop Carroll Best Buddies!!

Click HERE for more info!


Gatorade ‘G - Week’ is just around the corner.. May 9th, 10th, and 11th ! 

Representatives from Gatorade will be coming to Carroll to teach us the importance of nutrition before, during, and after practices. Gatorade products will be available throughout the week. 

National Letter of Intent Signing Day

Mark your calendars!! 

Join us Tuesday: May 16th, 2017  in which we will be honoring student-athletes from the winter and spring seasons who will be signing for the college/university of their choice. This is an exciting time for our athletes and although we are sad to see them go, we are very excited for their new journey that lies ahead. 

More specific information to follow as we get closer to the date!




We are STILL missing uniforms here in the athletic office. Seniors, as we are getting very close to graduation, it is crucial you turn in any uniforms you still have as this is a requirement if you’d like to receive your diploma. Please turn in all uniforms to the athletic office in a bag labeled with your name.


A message from golf coach, Mike Owsik: “Anyone interested in trying out for the 2017 golf team should contact Coach Owsik at email address  The team will start voluntary training sessions in the beginning of May.  Tryouts will be in August.” 

Cabrini Baseball

Upcoming Cabrini home games:

Saturday: April 22, 2017 - 12:00pm vs. Gwynedd Mercy - Double Header
Saturday: April 22, 2017 - 3:00pm vs. Gwynedd Mercy - Double Header

Spring Coach Contacts

Boys Lacrosse

Please contact Coach Wiles at for information regarding the team.

Girls Lacrosse

Please contact Coach Beers at for information regarding the team.

Girls Softball

Please contact Coach Machalette at for information regarding the team.

Boys Baseball

Please contact Coach Costanzo at for information regarding the team.

Boys Tennis

Please contact Coach Kramer at for information regarding the team.


Please contact Coach Gennaro at for information regarding the team.

Track and Field

Please contact Coach Llerandi at for information regarding the teams.


Archbishop Carrol High School uses to share all important information related to our athletic teams. is where you can see all upcoming events, sign up to receive email alerts of any schedule changes, and access complete team schedules. Please become familiar with our Digital Sports website, as there are many other features available to you.


Athletic Department Contact Information:

Questions?? Please contact for any and all information regarding all of our sports teams here at Carroll.

From the Office of CarrollU (cont.)

2017 Dr. Vincent Miraglia Scholarship

The Borough of Bridgeport has announced the 2017 Dr. Vincent Miraglia scholarship to seniors who live in Bridgeport and who are seeking to further their education beyond high school.   The committee will take into consideration the following: extracurricular activities, involvement within the Bridgeport community, scholastic record, financial need, character and minimum two-year residency in Bridgeport is required.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is May 3, 2017.

Class of 89 Manga Scholarship

The St. James High School Alumni Association is offering  the Class of 89 Manga Scholarship in the amount of $1,000  to seniors who plan to pursue a career in law enforcement or a similar criminal justice related field or a career in firefighting and/or is a current active member of a local volunteer fire company. The students should have grades, attendance, and discipline of a quality student, be an active part of the school community and show a need for assistance.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is May 3, 2017.

Chester County Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership Program

The Chester County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a leadership program open to all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, regardless of the county in which you live.  The purpose of the program is to develop leadership skills, learn about career options and and paths, and to interact with leaders of major industries.

If you are interested or if you would like more information, please see Mr. Weinrich in the Guidance Office, Room 317.

Congratulations to India Staton!

Congratulations go to India Staton for being recognized as a good citizen by the Youth Work Foundation of the Union League of Philadelphia.  She will be among 300 young men and women who will be honored as "good citizens" at the Union League on May 10, 2017.

Upper Merion Township Employee Scholarship Fund

Upper Merion Township is offering a minimum of two $500 scholarships in the form of grants to seniors attending full time study at an accredited college or university of their choice. Students should be sons or daughters of present, past or retired employees of Upper Merion Township or students who are currently employed or have been employed by Upper Merion Township. Deadline to apply is April 28, 2017.  Stop by Guidance for an application.

Upcoming college visits

Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 12:00pm - University of Scranton

Wendy’s Heisman Scholarship for current juniors (Class of 2018) who are Scholar-Athletes

Applications for the Wendy's Heisman Scholarship are now available for the class of 2018. Current juniors who are scholar-athletes with a 3.0 GPA, involved in their community and school should apply.  100 scholarships will be given out ranging from $1,000-$10,000.  To apply, go to  Deadline to apply is October 2, 2017.

Scholarship from Women’s Club of Upper Merion

The Women's Club of Upper Merion is offering at least a $700 scholarship to seniors residing within the Upper Merion Area school district  who have enrolled at an accredited school. The primary criteria for selection is academic achievement with preference given to applicants who demonstrate financial need.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is April 24, 2017.

Career and Technical Scholarship from Horatio Alger Association

The Horatio Alger Association is offering a career and technical scholarship to seniors who intend to pursue education at a community college or technical school in Fall 2017.  Students must demonstrate financial need and be a U.S. citizen.  To apply, go to  Deadline to apply is June 15, 2017.

Scholarship from Havertown Optimist Club

The Havertown Optimist Club is offering a $2,000 scholarship to two (2) high school seniors who are full time residents of Haverford Township. An essay is required.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is April 21, 2017.

Best Mattress Reviews Scholarship

Best Mattress Reviews is offering a one-time $1,000 scholarship to promote sleep awareness and is for seniors who plan to attend college, who must be a U.S. citizen and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  To apply go to  Deadline to apply is May 19, 2017.

Sawyer Foundation Scholarship

The Sawyer Foundation has announced $5,000 in scholarship awards to sophomores, juniors and seniors in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  Students must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. A 500 word  essay is the only requirement.  To apply, go HEREDeadline to apply is May 30, 2017.

Summer Internship

The Uncommon Individual Foundation located in Devon and Point Breeze is sponsoring a summer internship as an Entrepreneur Associate Assistant for self-motivated high school students (rising juniors, current juniors and seniors)  who have the ability to commute to one or both office locations on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.  Students need a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a letter of recommendation is preferred.  The position's  main role is to support college interns by working on projects for participants within the Entrepreneur Mentoring Program.  If interested, stop by Guidance.

Main Line College Fair

The Main Line Regional College Fair will be held on Monday, May 15th (Please note - this date is a change from the calendar)  at Villanova University from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Pavilion.  For more information and to see the list of colleges, click HERE

Free Camp College at Allegheny and Albright Colleges

Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling (PACAC) is offering free camps at Allegheny and Albright Colleges for rising seniors and juniors.  Participants will learn about all aspects of the college search and application process,  experience life in the residence halls, etc.  To apply, click HERE

Assumption College - Pre-College summer program

Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts is sponsoring a pre-college summer program.  This six-day program gives select rising high school seniors an opportunity to gain firsthand experience of studying the Humanities in a college environment.  This summer's program will run from June 25-30.  For more information, click HERE.

Free Educational Summer Camp for Minority High School Students

Applications are now being accepted for the Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) at Point Park University in Pittsburgh.  This program is a FREE in-residence summer camp for minority high school students who wish to explore the pursuit of a college degree in accounting and/or business.  This camp is for sophomores, juniors and seniors who hold a 3.0 GPA.  Applications will be accepted through May 19, 2017.  To apply, go to and google ACAP.


Temple’s Summer  Owl Leadership Experience (SOLE) is a 3 week academic summer program that helps rising juniors and seniors get a head start on college with credit courses and an inside look at being a leader in different fields of study.  Stop by Guidance Office for more information.

Finer Womanhood Award Scholarship

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority is offering the Finer Womanhood award  for $500.00 to African-American female seniors who live in Delaware County, have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, who are actively involved in the community and who will be attending a four-year institution.  Stop by Guidance for an application.

Summer Leadership Academy at Mercy College

Mercy College in New York is holding a summer leadership academy for current juniors with an interest in business, who have a 3.5 GPA, demonstrated leadership activities and strong public speaking skills.  If interested, stop by Guidance.

Summer Enrichment Program

Write your Future is holding a summer enrichment program in July and August.  This summer writing course is open to 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students.  It is a two-week program that brings students to a local university or college campus where they will receive instruction from excellent volunteer professors and lecturers.  Students can apply online at

Music Scholarships at Eastern University

Eastern University is offering music scholarships up to full-tuition for four years as a music major.  For more information, click HERE.

College Board & Khan Academy

Students are encouraged to link their College Board and Khan Academy accounts to access personalized SAT practice based on your PSAT/NMSQT results. Learn more: click HERE.

Daily Guidance Announcements

Students/parents/guardians are encouraged to check Daily Announcements on our website, found HERE. There are many Guidance announcements that may be helpful to you.

Please allow the Guidance Office 7-10 school days for transcript requests to process. Thank you for your cooperation.

Scholarship information is listed on Naviance under “Scholarship List”.  Students can stop by the Guidance Office for additional information.

FINANCIAL AID for the Class of 2017

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is available on-line as of October 1.  This is the basic form needed to apply for financial aid at most schools.  Please check your student’s schools of choice for other required forms and filing deadlines.  The website is  Students, parents, and borrowers are required to use an FSA ID, made up of a username and password, to access certain U.S. Department of Education websites. Your FSA ID is used to confirm your identity when accessing your financial aid information and electronically signing your federal student aid documents. For more information please stop up to the Guidance Office or check out the PHEAA website: HERE

College Essay Assistance   

Sr. Marianna Fieo is available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week in the Guidance Office to help with college essay and personal statements.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to make an appointment or email Sr. Marianna directly at

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Guidance Office at 610-688-7610 x171.

From the Office of Student Affairs

Senior Prom

The Senior Prom will be held at Rivercrest Golf Club in Phoenixville on May 5 from 7-11. Tickets are $200 per couple and will be on sale on April 19th and 20th in the cafeteria. The last day to purchase a ticket to the Senior Prom is April 28th.  Information and parental permission forms were distributed to seniors last week and are available by clicking HERE.  

All financial and discipline holds must be addressed prior to purchasing a prom ticket.  The prom agreement must also be signed and turned in when purchasing a ticket.  It is our hope that the seniors have a pleasant and safe evening of enjoyment at their prom.  

Graduation and Handicapped Seating Information

Please send your requests for handicapped seating at Graduation in writing to The Office of Student Affairs by May 1. Cabrini has designated spots for handicapped parking on their campus.  As a reminder, graduates receive 2 tickets to the Baccalaureate Mass and 7 tickets (2 reserved and 5 general admission) to Graduation.  Any handicapped seating for Graduation needed is for our own floor-planning purposes and will not affect the quantity or type of tickets you receive for Graduation.  

Class of 2018 Senior Portraits

Picture times were distributed to students in homeroom this week and can be accessed by clicking HERE.


Please wear a camisole for being photographed in the drape. You should have no facial piercings. Poses may include hands, so ladies may wear appropriate jewelry (classic rather than trendy is suggested).   


Please wear a white collared dress shirt and tie. Students must be cleanly shaven or they will not be photographed.  

If students require a re-take or are not photographed, they must make an appointment through the Lifetouch office in Bensalem by calling 1 (800) 687-9327 and be photographed by August 1 in order to appear in the 2018 yearbook.  

Ring Adjustments

Jostens will be in OSA tomorrow during homeroom for any juniors in need of ring adjustments.  

ACTS Presents: Seussical

This Spring, Archbishop Carroll Theatre Society will present Ahrens & Flaherty's Seussical! Seussical focus on the characters from such beloved books as Horton Hears a Who, The Cat in the Hat, and others! 

The show runs April 27, 28 & 29 at 7:00pm and April 30 at 2:00pm. Archbishop Carroll students receive one free ticket with a valid student ID. Tickets are $10 general admission.

From the Parents' Association

Upcoming Meeting

Next Parent’s Association meeting: Monday 5/8 at 7pm. We will be electing new officers for 2017-2018 school year. If you are interested in a position please contact me for information.


We'd like to send big thank you for everyone who was able to support CAFE either by donating or attending the event. It was a successful and fun night for our school!

From the Office of Tuition

2017-2018 Financial Aid


In order to be considered for tuition assistance for the 2017-2018 academic year, you must complete the Smart Aid application found on our website, or at  The only documentation required is your 2016 tax return, which must be submitted with your application.   Awards are contingent upon receipt and verification of the tax return.  No tuition assistance will be awarded without a completed, verified Smart Aid application.    **Families who currently receive tuition assistance for the 2016/2017 school year must complete the 2017/2018 application IMMEDIATELY.  Tuition Assistance will not be granted without the completed, verified Smart Aid application. To simplify the process, those families who applied for 2016-2017, need only do the following:

  1. Login to with the username and password from 2016/2017.
  2. Update your information.
  3. Submit the application with the $25 processing fee.
  4. Upload your 2016 tax return with your completed application.

Athletic Fees

Athletic fees for fall and winter sports should be paid in full by now, as they were due on your Smart Tuition account in October and January.  Billing for athletic fees for spring sports is included with your April invoice.  Please note that there was a billing issue and some invoices were sent prior to the addition of the athletic fees.  You  should have received a revised invoice from Smart Tuition once the fee was added.  Please review your Smart tuition account.  If you have already paid your April invoice, please check your account to make sure you have included payment for the spring sports fee. If not, please remit payment by the due date. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by this issue.  

AP Test Fee

Students currently enrolled in AP classes are required to take the AP test given in April and May. The AP test fee is $95 per course.   Billing for this fee is included in your April invoice. Please note there was a billing issue and some invoices were sent prior to the addition of AP test fees.  You should have received a revised invoice from Smart Tuition once the fee was added. Please review your Smart Tuition account. If you have already paid your April invoice, please check your account to make sure you included payment for the AP test fees. If not, please remit payment by the due date. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by this issue.     

Registration Fee Upper Class 2017-2018

The $225 re-registration fee upper class 17/18 was included with your February Smart Tuition bill and should be paid by now, as the students in the current freshman, sophomore and junior classes have chosen their courses for the 2017/2018 academic year.                                                                             

Thank you for your commitment to Archbishop John Carroll High School.

From the Office of Communication


Our LiveStreaming site is now live on our website and can be found HERE. There is also a link on our homepage in the QuickLink section, underneath the banner.

Archbishop Carroll will livestream all community masses, as well as select assemblies, athletic events and artistic events.

The livestream calendar for the rest of the 2016-2017 academic year is:

April 21 – Career Day Keynote Address - Joseph P. Clancy '73 @ 7:50am
April 25 – Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Bonner/Prendie @ 3:45pm
April 27 – Varsity Softball vs. Bishop McDevitt @ 3:45pm
May 8 – Varsity Baseball vs. Roman Catholic 4:00pm
May 9 – Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Cardinal O’Hara 3:45pm
May 19 – May Crowning Mass @ 9:15am
May 21 – Band Concert @ 7:00pm
May 22 – Chorus Concert @ 7:00pm
May 23 – Mr. Patriot Assembly @ 1:30pm
June 6 – Baccalaureate Mass @ 7:00pm
June 7 – Commencement @ 11:00am
June 15 – Closing Mass @ 9:00am

From the Nurse's Office

New Vaccination Requirements for 2017-2018 School Year

The nurse is accepting physicals now for next year.

All NEW students to Carroll and all Juniors are required to submit a record of immunizations along with a physical by the first day of school. 

Please check with your physician to see if your child is required to get another MCV/Polio Vaccine.

Please email with any questions.

Summer Camps at Archbishop Carroll

Summer is fast approaching and we are busy getting our summer camps together to make them the best experience possible for your children. Registration forms are now available on the website under the athletics tab and at the school.

We will be offering all camps for $150 if the registration is received by March 26, 2017.   Please visit our website to register for one of our amazing camps

Want to contribute to The Patriot Post?
We are always on the lookout for a story or photo that celebrates and highlights Archbishop Carroll and our community. If you want to submit material for the next edition of The Patriot Post, please email

We look forward to seeing our vibrant community in action!