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Academic Life

Parent-Student Handbook

The Parent-Student Handbook for the 2017-18 School Year can be viewed in PDF format by clicking on the link below:

2017-18 Parent-Student Handbook

Program of Study

The curriculum is primarily college-preparatory. 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 2017, 96 percent of Carroll graduates went on to colleges and universities. Our 231 graduates received scholarships worth over $20.3 million.

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