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Student Handbook

The Student Handbook for the 2015-2016 School Year can be viewed in PDF format by clicking on the link below.
Student Handbook

Program of Study

The curriculum is primarily college-prepatory. In addition,classes in the fine arts,business education and computer literacy are offered.

The following class groupings are designed to accomodate the needs and challenges the abilities of each student:

  • Diocesan Scholar Program (college courses taken during the senior year)
  • Advanced Placement (college level work offered in 9 subject areas)
  • Honors (above average)
  • Regular (average)

Graduates

Out of the class of 2013, 98% of Carroll students went on to Colleges and Universities. Of our 244 graduates,186 students received 586 scholarships worth over 24.5 million dollars.

Recommended College Certifying Mark

Passing grade for all course is 70.

Class Rank

A cumulative class rank appears on the permanent record card. Rank is computed on the basis of:

  • grade received [100-70]
  • track of the course
  • number of courses taken

Minimal Requirements for Graduation: 25 credits including:

Theology
English
World Languages
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Health and Physical Education
Electives
Computer Applications
Fine Arts

4 Credits
4 Credits
2 Credits
3 Credits
3 Credits
3 Credits
1 Credit
4 Credits
.5 Credits
.5 Credits

Testing Program

9th Grade
PSAT/NMSQT
Archdiocesan Testing Program

10th Grade
PSAT/NMSQT
SAT
SAT Subject Tests
Advanced Placement Tests (AP)
ACT

 

11th Grade
PSAT/NMSQT
SAT
SAT Subject Tests
Advanced Placement Tests (AP)
ACT

12th Grade
SAT
SAT Subject Tests
Advanced Placement Tests (AP)
ACT

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