November 28, 2018
Juniors, Seniors inducted into National Honor Society
Members of the Classes of 2019 and 2020 were inducted into the Archbishop John Carroll Chapter of the National Honor Society on Nov. 14, 2018. 

Mr. Ronald Cummings, Faculty members, was the keynote speaker.

He challenged the members to live up to the motto of the society, "Noblesse Oblige," which in simple terms states, "Whoever claims to be noble (honored) must conduct themselves nobly (with honor)."
Class of 2019

 Jacob Antonello
Joshua Bowman
John Cawley
Yiran Deng
Molly DiCarlo
Grace Grube
Madison Henry
Amber Klepac
Alison Kuruc
John Longarini
Kailey McCarron
Sabrina Narda
Brianna O’Doherty
Daniel Organ
Connor Patzuk
Kay’Lin Peebles
Cecily Ritchie
Nicole Sonet
Sanh N. Vu
Zhaoyao Zhu
Class of 2020
Jason Abiuso
Thomas Anderson
Simon Bestany
James Blaisse
Elizabeth Carpenter
Rebecca Clay
Suzanne Conners
Megan Curry
Sophia Daly
Michael Dempsey
Julia DiRita
Alessandra Escajadillo
Nicholas Farrell
Cecilia Frohner
John Goehringer
Brendan Gould
Isabella Grube
Ryan Hoffman
Emily Hurd
Caitlyn Kindij
Thomas Lloyd
Kate McCarthy
Haley McGonigle
Sean Meals
Dylan Mendoza
Owen Noonan
Mateo Pascual
Audra Quigley
Skylar Smith
Maureen Soltys
Emma Sponholtz
Erin Sweeney
Hope Syron
Max Tyrell
Grace Varnum
Michael Volpe
Kevin Vu
Eva Webb
Courtney Woehlcke
Simon Bonefant '21 introduces award-winning Broadway composers
Simon Bonenfant ’21 (second from left), had the honor of introducing Justin Paul and Benj Pasek (to Simon’s left) at the Philadelphia Free Library on Oct. 10. Pasek and Paul are co-composers and lyricists of The Greatest Showman and Dear Evan Hansen.

The musical duo, along with author, Val Emmich (left), toured the U.S. to promote their new book, "Dear Evan Hansen, the Novel."

Both Pasek and Paul encouraged Simon to continue singing and performing. An autographed copy of the novel will be raffled off at the Carroll Christmas Concert, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m., to raise funds for the music department.
FOOTBALL: Seven players make All-Catholic Team
Special teams ace Julian Mastrocola '20 had dual honors for the 2018 All-Catholic Football team, named to the first team a a plack kicker and second team as a punter. Seven Carroll players were name All-Catholic:

First Team Blue Division

Koran Butler ‘19, Wide Receiver/Tight End
Richie Kimmel 20, Linebacker
Zach Butler ‘19, Defensive Back
Juliano Mastrocola 20, Place Kicker

Second Team Blue Division

Russell Minor-Shaw ‘20, Quarterback
Pat Griswold ‘19, Center
Shawn Johnson ‘19, Linebacker
Juliano Mastrocola 20, Punter

"I’m happy our guys were recognized for their achievements on the field," said Carroll's first-year coach Kyle Detweiler.

Congratulations to the Carroll Football team on a successful season. The Patriots recorded their first playoff victory since 2008.
Legendary Carroll Football Coach Joe McNichol passes away
A message from Carroll president Francis E. Fox, '77:

It is with a very heavy heart that I share with you the news that former Carroll Football Coach Joe McNichol passed away this past Saturday, Nov. 17.

Joe was known as the “Father of Carroll football,” and was one of the original staff members of the boy’s school hired by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
He was head coach from 1969-1976, compiling a record of 48-37-2 in eight seasons, including two City Championships (1971 team pictured below).  Joe held many roles including faculty member, Athletic Director, Student Moderator and Business Manager.  

We were blessed to have Joe with us for a last tour at Carroll from 2014 through this past September. What a gift to our community these last years have been.  

None of these positions was as important as Joe’s role as a leader of young men and a coach on and off the field. His positive impact and influence, the lessons he taught countless young men over the years at Carroll continue to influence many. What an incredible legacy! I was proud to call Joe my friend and the real challenge for me and for each of us is to carry on, in our own way, the rich legacy Joe McNichol left us. Joe loved Carroll and we could honor him in no greater way.  

Rest in peace, Coach.
 Carroll Student-Athletes sign Letters of Intent
14 Archbishop John Carroll High School student-athletes signed letters of intent on Nov. 15, committing to continue their athletic careers in college.

Seven of the seniors who will compete in college were members of Carroll’s 2017 Girls’ Lacrosse state championship team. Tyler Kehoe will play baseball at the University of North Carolina in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Read more
Dominic L. Coyle '17 Memorial 3v3 Basketball Tournament
Friday Dec. 28, Saint Monica Parish Center Gym. Tip-off at 8 a.m., and play throughout the day. All Proceeds Will Benefit the Archbishop Carroll Dominic L. Coyle Memorial Fund. Food, fun & family - join us! Register:
2019 Yearbooks
Yearbooks are being sold through the Jostens website this year. To order, please   CLICK HERE . There is an early bird price of $80 for members of the freshmen, sophomore, and junior classes who order by Wednesday, Nov. 21. After that date, the cost of the yearbook will be $90. No extra copies will be available in June, so please plan accordingly. Members of the Class of 2019 will receive a copy of the yearbook with their name embossed on the cover as part of the Graduation fee and do not need to order one from Jostens.  

Yearbook ADS and Senior Parent Messages
Parents and students also have the opportunity to purchase a partial or entire page in the yearbook to commemorate student achievements, to submit personal messages with thoughts for posterity for seniors, or to include student photo collages. To purchase your ad online, follow the instructions on this form (attached) or  CLICK HERE  and then go to yearbook recognition ads. Personal messages are limited to relatives of senior students and will be kept confidential until the distribution of the yearbooks. Yearbook ads are due on Monday, Dec. 31. Flyers with instructions and information will also be mailed to senior parents. 
Fall Show
Archbishop Carroll Theatre Society presents:  Godspell , a musical written by Steven Shwartz ( Wicked, Pippin ) and primarily follows the Gospel of Matthew. We are shown the parables and teachings of Jesus Christ ( Alex Brown ), his love and compassion for community and his acceptance of all men and women through immense empathy.

This fall production has focused heavily on building community. Each song in the first act will be regarded as an organic building of community. There are four possible lead soloists for these songs, and the actors themselves will not know who is leading until the moment their name is called. Our actors are preparing for a truly ensemble piece, and what's more exciting is that each of the four performances will be utterly unique in its creation.

Godspell  runs November 29, 30 and December 1 at 7:00 p.m., and December 2 at 2:00 p.m. Single tickets are $15 at the door, and packs of tickets are available online and through the Student Affairs Office in Rm. 219 until Thursday at 2:30. Four packs of tickets are $55; packs of six are $75. To purchase presale ticket packs - please visit Room 219 or click  HERE . Students of Archbishop Carroll are free of charge with a valid student ID.

Godspell  at Archbishop Carroll will truly be unlike anything you've ever seen in high school theatre. Come experience the community. Come experience the passion. Come sing about love.
Transcript requests must be submitted to the Guidance Office by Friday, Dec. 14, for any Jan. 1, 2019 deadlines.

PSAT results will be released by College Board starting Monday, Dec. 10. Although Pennsylvania is scheduled to have their results released on Dec. 10, College Board provides a window of December 10-12 for the release. Students have created College Board accounts. Students will need to log into their College Board accounts to review their test results. College Board will not be sending paper copies of the results to give to the students/parents. Students will be able to link their College Board accounts with Khan Academy to access their free, personalized SAT prep from Khan Academy. Studies have shown an average increase of 115 points on the SAT with 20 hours of Khan Academy practice.

Cabrini University will be holding an Instant Decision Day here at Carroll on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 10:15 a.m.  A sign-up form is available in the Guidance Office to meet with the college rep.

For a list of current scholarships, click here  Scholarships
Parents and Guardians of Freshmen and Juniors - if you have not already done so, please send your son or daughter's physical to the nurses office:

Thank you.
Holy Family University freshman  Molly Masciantonio '18  (Archbishop Carroll) was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Women's Basketball Rookie of the Week for the week ending Nov. 25.

In a 1-1 week against non-conference opponents, the freshman forward averaged 19.5 points, 5.5 rebounds 4.5 assists and 3.0 steals per game. In the come-from-behind overtime victory versus Bloomsburg University, Masciantonio scored a season-high 25 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field. She also knocked down 3-of-6 from deep range while totaling five rebounds, five assists and a season-high four steals.