One word is often mentioned when students summarize their Mount Carmel experience: Family. The outstanding support and involvement of Mount Carmel parents has helped our true family atmosphere to remain a mainstay of the Mount Carmel tradition since our founding in 1900.
Please visit our Admissions pages to learn more about the outstanding educational experience Mount Carmel will provide your son. Also, please know that all prospective parents are invited to set-up a private tour of Mount Carmel by contacting Craig Ferguson, Director of Enrollment and Admissions at 773/324-1020, ext. 290 or email@example.com.
All Mount Carmel parents are invited to participate in the school's Mothers' and Fathers' clubs. Please visit their webpages for more information on upcoming events and opportunities to get involved with two of MC's greatest organizations! Mothers' Club Fathers' Club Arts Council
Parent-Student Handbook: The Parent-Student handbook can be accessed by logging into your onCampus account.
Important Records (vaccinations, birth certificate, etc.): To upload important records, please email copies to firstname.lastname@example.org
onCampus: To log in to your onCampus account, click the "Login" link in the main menu
Book Lists: Book lists can be found on out Follett page by clicking here.
Admissions Information: For information regarding tuition, scholarships, financial aid, etc. please visit the Admissions pages
RED RIBBON is next week. Do you have any idea what it is and why we wear red ribbons? Well, SADD would like you to know. It takes 2 minutes of your time to listen to this story, but it's one worth listening to and will give you some background about why we wear the red ribbon. We're sure inquiring minds want to know! Click on SADD above for more information.
Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen. Please check out your room assignments for Wednesdays National Testing Day. Room assignments are located outside of your Theology classroom as well as in the stairwell landings.
Bowling try-outs are scheduled for Monday, October 14th, Wednesday, October 16th, and Friday, October 18th at 4PM each day at Castaways Bowl. Castaways is located at 1025 Sibley Blvd. in Calumet City. Please look for flyers around the school for more information, or see Mr. Camacho in G103 or contact Coach Armando Gonzalez at 630-461-1172
On October 16, our underclassmen will be taking standardized tests. Freshmen will be taking the ACT ASPIRE, while the sophomores and juniors will be taking the PSAT. While your son may not know all of the material on the exam, it is imperative that he take this test seriously. Most of the material on the exam is covered in their day to day class lessons. Click on Testing Day above for more information.
Students, please make every attempt to secure your backpacks prior to football home games. If you need to bring your bag into Barda-Dowling Stadium, be aware that your bag can & will be searched at any time by a member of stadium security.
Parking on home game days will be changing this season as we begin hosting games on campus at Barda-Dowling Stadium at Carey Field. Our East Lot, directly across from the Student Center, will be closed beginning at 3:00pm on game days. Students can move to the west portion of the student lot, or use the grass lot for parking.
The NROTC Marine Option Scholarship: valued at $180,000+ and can be applied to any of the 94+ colleges/universities/cross town affiliates with NROTC Units. i.e. Harvard, MIT, Notre Dame, Michigan, and USC to even local schools that include IIT, Northwestern, and the University of Illinois. Qualified students’ scholarships would include full tuition, books, uniforms, and even a monthly stipend ranging from $250-400. Click on NROTC above for more information.