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Student Services

Bell Schedules
Safe Environment Program


Yearbooks are being sold through the Jostens website this year for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. To order, please CLICK HERE.  The cost of the yearbook is $90.  The deadline to order a yearbook is January 25th.  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.

Upcoming Events

Snowball Dance – February 2, 2019
Back by student demand, we will be holding a Snowball Dance on Saturday, February 2 from 7-10 pm. Tickets for Carroll students cost $10, and the cost for guests is $20.  All proceeds will benefit PatrioTHON.  While dates are optional, any Carroll student who wishes to take a non-Carroll guest must have the date form filled out. Tickets for Snowball go on sale in OSA January 17th and 18th.

Dance attire is semi-formal.  Suggested attire for gentlemen- collared shirt and tie (no jeans or shorts).  Jackets are optional.  Suggested attire for ladies- semi-formal dresses with attention to appropriate fit, neckline, and length.  Students may be sent home by the administration due to inappropriate attire.

Mother-Daughter Luncheon – February 9, 2019
Seniors and their Mothers are invited to the Annual Senior Mother-Daughter Luncheon on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at The Club at Shannondell from 11:30am-2:00 pm.  Please view the invitation for more information and to register.   RSVP’s are due Thursday, January 31st. We hope all of our senior ladies and their Moms will join us for this special event!

PatrioTHON – February 22, 2019
Archbishop Carroll will host its fourth annual PatrioTHON to support The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Catholic Charities, and Catholic Relief Services.  PatrioTHON will be held on Friday, February 22nd at 7:00 pm. Tickets go on sale on January 17th and 18th in OSA.  The PatrioTHON Permission Packet is available in OSA and must be signed by both students and parents in order for students to attend this spectacular Carroll event.


Student Services Forms

Absence Form
Early/Late Permit Form
Gym Uniform Order Form

Carroll Parking Forms

Student Handbook and Discipline
The system of discipline in a Catholic school has as its basic purpose the teaching of responsibility to God, to self and to others. An effective discipline code contributes toward establishing a proper educational atmosphere in school thereby promoting personal, social, academic and spiritual growth. Students expect to attend classes in a well-ordered atmosphere, conducive to learning. This pre-supposes clean, healthful surroundings in an environment of Christian concern. Regulations are developed to support the student in the pursuit of self-discipline and the development of mutual respect and trust. School is a social situation, therefore, the right of the majority to learn always supersedes the right of the individual to disrupt. Violations of the rights of others incur automatic consequences and each student is expected to know this and to assume responsibility for his/her actions. While the Assistant Principal for Student Services [APSS] is directly responsible for overseeing and coordinating all discipline efforts, discipline is the responsibility of everyone—students, parents, administration, faculty and staff.

Maintaining and implementing the school code is the responsibility of every member of the Carroll community. Students, staff and faculty should, through their behavior, reinforce the ideals expressed by the code and encourage every student to do likewise.

The student handbook constitutes a contract of the school with parents and students. School jurisdiction in academics and behavior is detailed in the handbook but not limited to it. Additional policies developed by the Carroll administration are equally binding. School jurisdiction is not limited to school hours or school property. A student at Archbishop Carroll High School is considered a student 24 hours a day. Any behavior in which the school reputation may be affected falls under school jurisdiction; this includes any fighting or misconduct that involves Archbishop Carroll students.

Students involved in behavior contrary to school policy or school philosophy are subject to the same academic and disciplinary policies that regulate the school day and the school grounds, including the possibility of expulsion.