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
There are a number of universities and colleges who have either suspended or altered activities related to admissions/financial aid (visits, fairs, acceptance, etc.). Please visit the website of any school you have been admitted to and or have an interest in applying to/visiting for more information regarding any new deadlines/procedures.
All students have been instructed to log into Google Classroom to check e-learning assignments during the school closure. They are to contact thier teachers directly with questions. All students have assignments posted for each class.
It is time to sign up for this year's St. Baldricks event that raises awareness of and funds to combat childhood cancer. Our 14th annual event will be held on Tuesday, March 17th. Participants agree to raise funds for pediatric cancer research (at least $50 per participant) and shave their heads on the day of the event.
Every 2 minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer and your involvement can help fund the cures for the thousands of families that are looking for hope.
Log onto the St. Baldrick's website at https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/MCHS20 and sign up. Once you are signed up online, you will receive a pass to carry with you that will allow you to grow your hair beyond the dress code regulation length (3 inches).
Schererville Civic Funds Educational Grant: The SCF grant provides assistance to students demonstrating financial need and may be applied toward tuition fees at an accredited college, vocational, or technical school. Must meet the following criteria: Schererville resident (within town limits), senior, GPA of 2.0 or better, acceptance into accredited program, demonstrate financial need, can not be an immediate family member of SCF board member.
Please visit the counseling office to receive an application.
Village of Tinley Park: $1,000 scholarship to the school or university of your choice (including vocational or trade). Scholarship heavily reviews service to the community and factors in academic achievement. Please visit to the counseling office for an application packet. If you have questions, please contact Laura Godette at 708-4444-5001
Sigma Phi Epsilon Balanced Man Scholarship: Must be a full-time student at the University of Illinois, Fall 2020 semester Application due May 13th, 2020. Apply at Illinois.sigep.org/bms/You do not have to be a part of the fraternity to apply for this scholarship
For questions, please contact Gabe Matar at (630) 207-5272 or email@example.com or Spencer Hawbaker at (217) 855-3330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program: Receive up to $2,500 to pursue career and technical education. Must be enrolled in a 2 year or less career or technical degree/certificate program in fall, be a US citizen, and demonstrate financial need (eligible for pell grant). For more information, please see Mrs. Wheeler or visit https://scholars.horatioalger.org/about-our-scholarship-programs/technical/
Marquette Bank Education Scholarship: Seniors please make Mrs. Wheeler aware if you are interested in applying for the Marquette Bank Scholarship. Students must have participated in community service, demonstrate financial need, and have maintained at least a B average.