It is my pleasure to welcome your family to Archbishop John Carroll High School! My office is happy to help you navigate through the admissions process. Our end goal is for your family to become a part of Carroll’s Patriot Nation and an integral part of our community of faith and education. We hope that by the end of the process you will have learned more about what makes our school so special, and how our student-centered academic atmosphere helps mold each student into college-ready young adults.
Our electronic Viewbook will provide you with a plethora of information about our academic courses, clubs, activities, sports, faith-based programs, and special events. We encourage you to browse through all pages of our website, but also to start your child’s high school admissions journey by creating an account in the SchoolAdmin portal to sign up for an Open House, schedule a shadow visit or tour, and ultimately apply for admissions to what could be your child’s home away from home for the next four years. To experience our school community at face value, feel free to join us for sporting events, theater and concert performances, and even Mass each month.
Due to Covid-19, our admissions fall season is going to look different this year in regards to events and key aspects of the admissions process. Visit our Pandemic Admissions Plan page for more information.
Never hesitate to call or email my office with any questions or concerns. All of our contact information is listed on the Meet the Admissions Team page. On behalf of the entire Archbishop Carroll community, I am excited to work with you and your family and hope to welcome you into Patriot Nation soon!
All the best for the upcoming year,
Director of Admissions
Archbishop Carroll is #WhereSuccessBegins:
Archbishop Carroll welcomes students of all races, colors, creeds, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at the school. Archbishop Carroll does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, or in any school-administered program.