"Everyone Needs a Friend!"
Dear Archbishop Carroll,

The Archbishop Carroll and Saint Katherine Day School Communities firmly believe that to be true - "Everyone Needs a Friend!"  Both schools participate in the Best Buddies Program, an international organization that pairs students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities, for a one to one friendship. We are proud that Archbishop Carroll was the first high school to sponsor a Best Buddies Chapter in PA.  The Best Buddies Club led by Carroll student officers Tyler Conboy, Clare Stoyell-Mulholland, Maria Montanez, Ken Zhang, Kelly Jacquez, Owen McMenamin, Erin McCole, Grace Toland, Chris Anderson and Caitlin Gallagher is an active club here at Carroll today. 

Tuesday was our Best Buddies Assembly that kicked off Best Buddies Week.  The theme of the assembly was  “Don’t Diss Abilities,”  and as Maria Montanez, a student officer, reminded us “ we are all blessed with special and unique abilities that shapes who we are.”  Furthermore, some of the Archbishop Carroll students involved in Best Buddies spoke of their experiences on Tuesday. They shared heartfelt stories and testimonials on why the Best Buddies program is so important to them. A Carroll International student, Ken Zhang, spoke about how the program has changed him. As he put it, “If you remember me from last year, I was standing at this exact same spot.  It may be the same spot, but it is not the same me.” Ken went on to explain how being involved in Best Buddies impacted his life and allowed him to see individuals, all individuals as people with talents and abilities. He and his buddy, Dion, get together to go to the movies or out to eat on a regular basis. It is clear to anyone that sees them together that they have developed a true friendship.

Ryan, a student from Saint Katherine Day School  asked to speak to the student body.  He introduced himself and spoke about how much he enjoys going to school at ACHS. Watching him stand before a huge crowd of students was a profound experience for not only Ryan, but for all who know him. Knowing he felt accepted enough to speak was truly heartwarming.  Being accepted by ACHS and SKDS allowed Ryan to flourish as a student and a friend.  

Caitlin Gallagher, a Carroll best buddy stated spoke to the student also. Caitlin stated, “I do Best Buddies because my friend Mike is not defined by disabilities; we are a lot more alike than different.” As Caitlin eloquently states, “I do Best Buddies because when we advocate for and include people with disabilities, everyone stands to gain.  And everyone needs a buddy!”  Both schools greatly benefit from participation in this organization.  As Caitlin reminded us on Tuesday, “It is never too late to join Best Buddies and to be the change you want to see in the world.”  

As we continue Best Buddies week, we remember that God has blessed all of us with many differing abilities and how lucky we are to be in a community where all those gifts are celebrated in such a positive way! We pledge to continue to treat all members of our special ACHS and SKDS communities with respect and to always celebrate not only what makes us different but also the many things we have in common!

Thank you,

Ms Bridget Mscisz and Mrs. Rosemary Faris 
SKDS Teachers and Best Buddy moderators  
From the Parents' Association

Next Parent’s Association meeting:

Monday 3/13 at 7pm - Please try to attend!

Carroll Auction for Education


34th Annual Great Gatsby Gala Cafe Saturday April 8th

We need the whole Carroll Community to make this night a success.

Come see how you can help at our next meeting on Wednesday March 13th at 7pm.

Look for your invitation in the mail to Carroll’s largest educational fundraiser.  

How can you help???  We need your donations (see below for suggested categories) AND  your attendance

Join us – be part of the Café Committee – a great way to make new friends and meet new people. We have a great time making this event a success. Look for our next meeting time to be announced in the Patriot Post.   All are welcome so grab a friend and come join us!

Donate – We are asking each class to donate certain items to help us make the night special. Please send them into the school office if possible.

  • Freshmen: Restaurant or Movie Gift Certificates.
  • Sophomores: Sporting Goods or Events
  • Juniors: Electronics or gift cards to Best Buy
  • Seniors: Kitchen Items, Carroll Apparel, College Dorm Ideas, or gift cards for any of them.

These categories are just suggestions - we’re happy to take anything you think would be appropriate for our fundraiser!

A  portion of the proceeds from CAFE will be donated to the Archbishop Carroll Dominic L. Coyle Memorial Fund.

If you have any questions or ideas, please email cafe@jcarroll.org.



Do you grocery shop? For every $100 you spend at ACME or GIANT, you could be saving $4.50 on your tuition. Do you shop at Macy’s? For every $100 you spend at Macy’s, you could save $9.00 off your tuition. That is just a small example of how you can save money.

To save money on your tuition and learn how simple it is, enroll now in Archbishop Carroll’s Scrip Program to save money on your tuition.

Scrip is processed on Thursday mornings at Carroll. For all retailers (grocery or other), Carroll gives 90% of the rebate back to the Parents and the money is credited to your tuition. The 10% is used to keep the program running.

Giant and Acme can be ordered on Thursday and comes home on Friday. Other retailers have a week turnaround. To see all retailers and their rebates offered, go to ShopWithScrip.com and enroll in Carroll’s program. Our Enrollment Number is 5F56DE9A823.

We offer three ways to order to meet family’s flexibility. For full instructions go to Carroll’s website, click on tab marked Student Life, then Parent’s Association. Scroll down page on Parent’s Association and you will see Scrip Instructions. Or just email scrip@jcarroll.org, and we can walk you through the process.

From the Office of Campus Ministry

Senior Retreat

A reminder that any senior who has not or will not be attending the Kairos retreat should attend the senior retreat day tomorrow, March 9. They should bring their signed permission form with them. 

Junior Retreat

The date for the Junior Retreat has been changed from what was stated on the school calendar. The retreat will now be held on Wednesday, April 5 instead of April 6. This retreat is MANDATORY for all members of the Junior class and parents/guardians are asked not to plan any appointments or family activities for this day. Students will receive more information through their Theology class as the date draws closer. 

Kairos Retreat

Please keep in prayer our forty-seven retreatants and seventeen leadership team members who will be participating in Kairos XC from March 14-17. Seniors attending the retreat are reminded to bring their luggage and food/drink supplies to the West Gym before homeroom on Tuesday 3-14. They should report to the gym that afternoon by 3:45 pm for loading the buses for departure at 4:15 pm. 

You are invited…

“The Tolton Film” is a dynamic story of faithfulness through perseverance against racism and insurmountable obstacles. It is the story of Fr. Augustus Tolton, the first African American priest whose cause for canonization has been opened.  The premier event will be April 2 at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, in Vianney Auditorium, starting at 2:00 PM. Light snacks will be served after the event. If you are interested in attending, please email tphillips@jcarroll.org for tickets.

Kairos Fund

Contributions continue to be accepted for families who may be in need of financial help to pay for Kairos. If you wish to donate please contact Lisa Ritter at lritter@jcarroll.org.

Archdiocese of Philadelphia Holds Second Annual Student Athlete Advisory Conference
The high schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Catholic League held their second Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) meeting of the 2016-17 school year on Thursday, Mar. 2, on the campus of Archbishop John Carroll High School.  

Members of the 2016-17 Archdiocese of Philadelphia SAAC include:

Archbishop Carroll: John Bushner, Bella Sorrentino Archbishop Ryan: Pat Jurgelewicz, Riley Kerr Archbishop Wood: Andrew Funk, Erin Welsh Bishop McDevitt: Max Bryson, Suzanna Cantwell Bishop Shanahan: Abigail Bailey, Jacob Colby Bonner & Prendie: Nyah Garrison, PJ Tecco Cardinal O’Hara: Myles Henderson, Mary Sheehan Conwell-Egan: Alyssa Adams, Brandon Cohen Father Judge: Sean Patrick Evans, Adam Nork  John W. Hallahan: Sara Cavalcante, Julia Kuneck Lansdale Catholic: Nate Ensanian, Lindsay Rock La Salle College HS: Isaiah Jones, Alex Sislo Little Flower: Gerri Passalacqua, Colleen Trahey Neumann-Goretti: Matt Andrilla, Angel Ricks Pope John Paul II: J.T. Spina, Jackie Lerro Roman Catholic: Leroy Brown, Seth Stangler St. Hubert’s: Grace Brighter, Amber Linder St. Joseph’s Prep: Miles Green, Brian Griffin and West Catholic: Rovny Da’Silva, Bemnet Girma.

Click HERE for a full recap.

From the Office of Student Affairs

Mother-Son Dance

The Mother-Son Dance was a great night for all who attended.  Check out some pictures of our mothers and sons having a blast on Friday night!

Junior Prom and Ring Mass

The class of 2018 will receive their class rings on Friday, April 7 at 9:30 am in the school auditorium. The day will begin with the Junior Ring Liturgy and light refreshments will follow in the east gym. Parents and guests are invited to attend.  Please save this special date on your calendar. All members of the class of 2018, even if they did not order a ring, are welcome to attend the liturgy.  Any student planning to attend the prom is reminded that attendance is mandatory at the class liturgy to attend the prom.  Information and parental permission forms were distributed to all juniors on Monday in homeroom. You can access the packet by clicking HERE.

Tickets for the Junior Prom will be on sale in the cafeteria during lunch periods on March 23 and 24.  The cost is $100 per couple, which includes prom décor, rentals, favors, and a buffet dinner. 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.    

Prom Attire

Due to the popularity of two-piece prom dresses, we spoke to the students who are planning to attend the prom this week about proper prom attire.  The school’s policy is that students should dress appropriately at all school events.  If students choose to wear a two-piece dress, their midriff should be covered. Please plan accordingly when shopping for prom dresses. Any questions about prom attire should be directed to Mrs. Papantoniou.

Career Day

Career Day is an event hosted by the National Honor Society every year. This day provides an opportunity for students to get a feel for various professions and fields as they work towards their futures. The Career Day Committee is currently in the process of looking for Carroll alumni and friends who would be willing to speak and share their time with our current students about their respective careers. We are asking for your help in making Career Day 2017 a success. This year, Career Day is scheduled for Friday, April 21, 2017. If you can join us for the full day or part of the day we would be happy to host you.  

If you are interested in participating, please go to http://www.jcarroll.libguides.com/main and look in the upper right hand corner. There is a form embedded on the page that you may fill in.  The password to get to the form is johncarroll. Please return this form no later than March 31. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our co-moderator, Charmaine Gates at cgates@jcarroll.org.

Blood Drive

The Blood Drive is scheduled for March 14.  All students, age 16 (with parental permission) and older may sign up during lunches with the Red Cross rep or with Mrs Cahill in room 315.


Congratulations to the Carroll Mathletes who had a fantastic season!  Out of the 14 teams in the Western division, Carroll took first place in 3 out of the 5 regular season competitions!  They placed second and third in the other two competitions.  We are excited, and ready to head to the Championship Competition in April.  Please congratulate the following members of the Mathletes Team:

Max Chai, Ken Zhang, Joy Chen, David Fohner, Andy Luo, Jason Peng, Alex Liu, Jonathan Gould, Maggie Sweeney, Ricky Song, Bill Gou, Karina Zhang, John Bushner

From the Nurse's Office

New Vaccination Requirements

FOR 2017-2018 School Year

Two doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV)

   *First dose is given 11-15 years of age; second dose is required at age 16 or before entry into 12th grade.

  *If the first dose was given at age 16 or older, only one dose is required. 

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.
From the Office of Student Services

Student Parking

Please be reminded that student drivers must have their Carroll Parking Permit hanging from there rear view mirror. Students must also park in the spots they were allotted when they paid to be able to park on Campus. If you are a new driver or do not have a permit, please report to the Office of Student Services to procure one. Please see the following excerpt from the Student Handbook for clarification.


Student drivers must apply for a parking permit by registering their automobiles in the Office for Student Services within the first two weeks of school. A student parking permit costs $50.00 [reduced from previous fee of $100.00]. Students must park in an assigned spot. Any illegal parking will result in demerits, detentions, and a fine of $50.00. Repeated offenses will result in loss of parking privileges. Careless driving will necessitate suspension of the parking privilege. Speed must not exceed 5 mph on school property. All parking and use of vehicles are at the owner’s/user’s risk. Drivers are responsible for their own safe arrival and for the safe arrival of their passengers. Students should be aware of changing weather and road conditions and plan to allow sufficient time to travel to school. The school assumes no liability associated with vehicle use. Any vehicle parked on school property may be searched at any time by school officials or their designee who have probable belief that weapons, illegal or controlled drugs, alcohol or other contraband or harmful items are contained therein."

From the Office of CarrollU

Mark your calendars!  

College Information Night
Tuesday, March 21st at 7 pm.

Attention Class of 2017

Many thanks to those of you who have already sent in your acceptance letters along with scholarship information to the Guidance Office.  Please continue to share this information.

Scholarship Information received by May 2nd will be included in the graduation booklet.  Please share ALL scholarship information - including scholarships from schools you don’t plan to attend. Please contact the Guidance Office at 610-688-7610 x 171 if you have any questions.  

Academy Day

Congressman Meehan will be hosting his annual Academy Day on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at the Valley Forge Military Academy and College.  The U.S. Military, U.S. Naval, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academies, as well as local ROTC representatives, will be on hand to provide information to interested students about admissions and academy life.  Stop by the Guidance Office for more information.

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.

SAT Prep Classes

The next session of SAT Prep classes will begin on April 3rd and end on May 2nd.   Registration forms are available in the Main office, Guidance and on our website.  Class size will be capped at 25.  Once that number has been reached, registrations will no longer be accepted. 

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.

Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship

Dunkin' Donuts is holding their 8th annual Philadelphia Regional scholarship program. Applicants must be seniors who demonstrate "well-rounded" character: positive academic record, demonstrated leadership, commitment to school and community activities, and experience in a work environment.   Online applications will be open from March 1, 2017 through April 15, 2017.  To apply, click HERE.

The Charlotte Drummond Memorial Scholarship

The Charlotte Drummond Memorial scholarship is being offered for rising juniors or seniors who demonstrate financial need and involvement in the school community.  A written recommendation is required from a teacher or guidance counselor.  This is a one-time $2,000 scholarship.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is March 15, 2017.

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 www.pointpark.edu 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 www.writeyourfuture.org.

$1000 Scholarship Opportunity

The Delaware County School Nurse Association is offering a $1,000 scholarship to a senior who is planning a career in nursing and has been accepted into a NLN accredited program leading to a bachelor degree in nursing.  Stop by the Guidance office for an application.  Deadline to apply is March 24, 2017.

Mary Ryan Memorial Scholarship

A $500.00 scholarship is being awarded for those seniors seeking a medical career.  An essay is required.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is March 15, 2017.

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.

Main Line Martin Luther King Association Scholarship

The Main Line Martin Luther King Association is now accepting applications for scholarships for the next college year.  Applicants must write a 500-word essay on community service and be recommended by a counselor, religious or community leader.  Stop by Guidance for an application.  Deadline to apply is April 15, 2017.

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. www.khanacademy.org

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 www.fafsa.ed.gov.  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 mfieo@jcarroll.org.

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

Upcoming College Presentations

Friday, March 10, 2017 @ 10:45am - United States Military Academy        

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 @ 10:30am - United States Navy               

Wednesday, March 22, 2016 @ 12:00pm - College of Mount Saint Vincent

From the Office of Academic Affairs

Course Selection Process

Mr. Corkery is currently visiting the history classes of all underclassmen to explain the course selection process for the 2017-2018 school year. This process is done through GradeConnect. Parents and students must print and sign the course selection sheet and turn it in to their homerooms by March 16, 2017. Once the course selection sheet is turned in the student has registered for the 2017-2018 school year. The course selection tab on GradeConnect will be live on Friday afternoon. Student will be able to begin selecting classes for next year at that time. If there are any questions during this process feel free to contact the Office for Academic Affairs at any time.

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 smartaidforparents.com.  The only documentation required is your 2016 tax return, which must be submitted by March 31, 2016.  Awards made prior to that date 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 by January 31, 2016. To simplify the process, those families who applied for 2016-2017, need only to do the following:

  1. Login to Smartaidforparents.com 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 by March 31, 2016.

Athletic Fees

Athletic fees for fall sports should be paid in full by now, as they were due on your Smart Tuition account in October.  Winter sport athletic fees were included with your January Smart Tuition invoice.   It is important to note that fall and winter sports athletic fees must be paid in full prior to trying out for spring sports beginning March 6, 2017.  

Registration Fee Upper Class 2017-2018

The $225 re-registration fee upper class 17/18 will be included with your February Smart Tuition bill.  Students in the current freshman, sophomore and junior classes will be choosing their courses for the 2017/2018 academic year during the week of February 20, 2017.                                                                         

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

From the Office of Athletics


Please return your Fall AND Winter Uniform!!!

*** All uniforms must be returned to the athletic office, labeled with your name.

Upcoming Events

Boys & Girls Basketball

Girls Basketball plays in States on Saturday, March 11th against Mt. St. Joseph’s !! Game time: 4:00pm @ Cheltenham High School!!

Boys Basketball are in States on Friday, March 10th against Great Valley !! Game time: 7:30pm @ Spring-Ford High School!!

Presale tickets are available in the athletic office. $3/student; $6/adult. Tickets are $6 at the door.

Ice Hockey

Congratulations on a solid first round of Flyers Cup playoffs win against Archbishop Wood on Monday night!! GOOD LUCK in round 2 of Flyers Cup playoffs to be held Thursday, March 9th game time @ 7:20pm against Holy Ghost Prep held at the Grundy Ice Arena!!


Archbishop Carroll Cheerleaders welcome you to participate in their open gyms every Tuesday beginning March 7th.  Time will run 6:30-8:30pm.  Work on stunts, tumbling, conditioning, and jumps! Come one, come all.  *8th-11th graders interested in joining the squad for 2017-2018 are strongly encouraged to attend.  8th graders must be from a diocesan feeder school.  To RSVP for these Open Gyms or if you have any questions, please email Coach Alison Reynolds at cheerleading@jcarroll.org.  Evaluation dates will be announced soon!

Cabrini Baseball

Cabrini’s first NCAA home game will be played on Wednesday, March 8th at 3:00pm against Eastern University. This will be the first official game played on our brand new field!! Come check it out, going to be a great game!

Basketball States

We are hosting two games on Saturday, March 11th:

Girls: game time @ 3:30pm between Archbishop Wood and W.C. Henderson.

Boys: game time @ 5:00pm between Conwell-Egan and Saucon Valley

Boys Baseball


Thanks to all who purchased a phone case! Cases will be delivered week of: 3/10/17

Spring Tryouts

Spring season tryouts are underway!! If you have not yet turned in your PIAA forms, PLEASE do so ASAP!! We want to make sure everyone who wants to play, gets a chance to!! 

Again as a reminder: Students participating in a sport for the first time this school year must complete Sections 1-6 of the PIAA form.  Section 6 must be filled out by a doctor.  Any student who participated in a fall or winter sport this school year should only complete Section 7 of the PIAA form, unless a student required medical treatment by a physician during the fall or winter season, in which case the Athletic Office will determine whether Section 8 of the PIAA also needs to be completed by your doctor.  All PIAA paperwork should be submitted to the Athletic Office. 

Gearing up for Spring

Boys Lacrosse

Please contact Coach Wiles at coachwiles@playfusionlax.com for information regarding the team.

Girls Lacrosse

Please contact Coach Beers at lbeers10@gmail.com for information regarding the team.

Girls Softball

Please contact Coach Machalette at mmachalette@yahoo.com for information regarding the team.

Boys Baseball

Please contact Coach Costanzo at m24costanzo@yahoo.com for information regarding the team.

Boys Tennis

Please contact Coach Kramer at bkramer@jcarroll.org for information regarding the team.


Please contact Coach Gennaro at wgennaro@jcarroll.org for information regarding the team.

Track and Field

Please contact Coach Llerandi at allerandi@jcarroll.org for information regarding the teams.


Archbishop Carrol High School uses DigitalSports.com to share all important information related to our athletic teams. http://jcarrollathletics.digitalsports.com/ 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. 


Coaches Contact Information

Please contact athletics@jcarroll.org for contact information of all sports teams.
From the Office of the Principal


Students and teachers alike will rejoice at the news!!   Archbishop Carroll’s March calendar is being updated to reflect two school days with NO SCHOOL!!

Please make the following changes on your March 2017 calendars:

  • Friday, March 17, 2017 there will be NO SCHOOL. The day is designated The Bishop’s Day Off which was granted to us by Bishop Fitzgerald on September 16, 2016 at our Opening Liturgy.

  • Monday, March 20, 2017 there will be NO SCHOOL. The day is designated The Principal’s Holiday.

All public school transportation offices have been notified of the changes in the calendar.

Should you have questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Michael Hickey, Assistant Principal for Student Services, or Mr. James Corkery, Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs, at (610) 688-7610.

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

From the Office of Communication

Archbishop Carroll is now LiveStreaming

Today, for the first time, Archbishop Carroll LiveStreamed our Ash Wednesday mass. This is going to be the first of many events that Carroll will LiveStream. In order to do so, we will be using the platform provided by YouTube.

Beginning our LiveStreaming endeavor with our community of prayer felt appropriate, but we don't only plan to LiveStream Masses. Our hope is to present our community to you in many ways - assemblies, pep rallies, band and choral performances, athletic events and our Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises.

Our hope is to eventually embed the YouTube video stream into a page of our website. In order to do so, according to YouTube's user guide, we need to garner more subscribers to our YouTube Page.

Please take a moment and follow the link below. Once you are on our page, click subscribe - and you're done!

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 photos@jcarroll.org.

We look forward to seeing our vibrant community in action!