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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com
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
Attention Sophomores and Juniors: The College Board has confirmed that score reports from the PSAT October 16th exam are completed and scores are accessible. Information to access your score report was emailed to you. Please use the following link for more information, and to contact the college board if you have any questions about accessing your score.
Beginning Tuesday, January, 19th we are looking for students to participate in the St. Joseph Work Program. Students who are interested may work here on campus after school from 2:45pm - 4:15pm Monday- Friday. Once they have completed this obligation (75 hours), $750 will be credited to their tuition account.
Please contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm your son's availability to work. This program is voluntary - students are not obligated to participate. Attached is a document that outlines the program in detail.
Sophomore, Juniors, and Seniors please check out the 2021 Drake Physics Prize Examination!
Any high school sophomore, junior, or senior can compete in the Physics Prize. A variety of awards are available, however the first place award is an unrestricted four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Drake University!
The Drake Physics Prize Test will cover topics in physics that would normally be studied by students during the first semester of their high-school physics course: kinematics, dynamics (Newton’s laws), circular motion, universal law of gravitation, harmonic motion (simple pendulum and mass-spring systems), impulse, linear momentum, conservation of momentum and collisions, work, energy and conservation of energy, torque, rotational kinematics, dynamics and energy, angular momentum conservation, mechanical waves, and sound. You can read full details about the scholarship here.
Must have a cumulative GPA (3 1/2 years) of at least 3.2 and meet requirements in either #1 or #2 . 1) Are Roman Catholic and of Italian Descent and live within the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Illinois where branches of the federation is established. 2) Roman Catholic parent, guardian or grandparent is a member of the Italian Catholic Federation. Download the application on the link below. Application deadline is March 15, 2021. If you have any questions, call their office at 1-888-423-1924. http://www.icf.org/
This scholarship is awarded to a district 126 graduate in their senior year of high school. All applications must be postmarked before March 30, 2021. This is a one time, $750 scholarship award. This award is to a high school senior, who exemplified through action and deed, a commitment to volunteer service. Graduates applying to a vocational trade school are also eligible for the scholarship. If you have any other questions contact Craig Gwaltney at (708) 389-1900.
-Merit Scholarships are achievement-based scholarships. They’re renewable for four years at Earlham, and are determined by the Office of Admissions based on the application for admission. No separate application is required. -Quaker Fellows are students with an active interest in the Religious Society of Friends (aka Quakers!). -The Carleton B. Edwards Chemistry Scholarships are offered to a select number of incoming students who plan to major in chemistry or biochemistry. -The Rariden Scholarship is awarded to an Indiana student who is interested in pursuing an area in the visual and performing arts.
This is for seniors who graduated from Prairie Junior High School in 2017. Applications are also available in the Virtual Backpack on the District 126 website. This is a one time $1,000 scholarship award. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Craig Gwaltney at (708) 389-1900.
This scholarship allows Illinois students to earn a $6,000 scholarship awarded twice a year, to Illinois student residents only. I've added a link to the scholarship page below. https://www.illinoishammer.com/scholarship/
The Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois teacher preparation and program is accepting applications from high school seniors until April 1, 2021. Our program provides aspiring teachers with tuition assistance, academic and social-emotional supports, job placement assistance after college and mentoring during the first two years of teaching.
If you know seniors who would be great teachers, please help refer them or share information about the program via the links below. Please note: standardized test scores are optional and not required for acceptance to the program this year.
Golden Apple Scholars Receive:
Up to $23,000 in financial assistance for college, inclusive of paid Scholar Institutes Extensive classroom teaching experience Academic and social-emotional support Job placement assistance Mentoring from our award-winning teaching faculty (Must be an Illinois resident to apply) For more information contact: Ziggy Blackwell
The Orland Township Scholarship Foundation Board of directors is pleased to announce that $16,500 in scholarships will be awarded to Orland Township graduating seniors. The foundation members have agreed to donate one- $2000 scholarship, eight- $1000 scholarships and thirteen- $500 scholarships for a total of 22 scholarships. Applications must be completed in their entirety and returned to Orland Township 14807 S. Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, IL, 60462 by 4:30 p.m. on Friday March 12, 2021. In addition the Township Officials of Illinois Scholarship application is also available. This year the TOI will award seven $2000 scholarships. The deadline for this application and all required documentation is March 1, 2021. Applications may be picked up at Orland Township 14807 S. Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, IL or found online with the available link. http://www.orlandtownship.org/
The Oxbridge essay contest that encourages students to contextualize the 2020 pandemic as a broader part of history. Completed essays must be submitted by January 31, 2021, for consideration, and winners of the two full Oxbridge scholarships will be announced in mid-February.
As a reminder, January 31 is also the last day for students to submit an early enrollment application for any 2021 Oxbridge program and receive up to $500 off their program tuition. Encourage your students to apply now for the best chance to join us around the world this summer. For more information contact: Richard Michaelis Executive Director Oxbridge Academic Programs by WorldStrides
These awards for the 2021-22 academic year will be given out based on students' unweighted core sixth semester GPA at the University of Arizona. GPA: 4.0=$35,000 GPA: 3.90-3.99=$30,000 GPA: 3.75-3.89=$20,000 GPA: 3.50-3.74=$12,500 GPA: 3.25-3.49=$7,500 GPA: 3.0-3.24=$2,500 GPA: 2.75-2.99=$1,000 Learn more about additional funding opportunities plus merit aid and conditions by visiting the following link http://go.arizona.edu/merit-aid
Paramount Foundation: Are you at least 6'2"? Then you may qualify for the Paramount Tall Club of Chicago scholarship- $750. Requirements- meet the clubs height requirement (6'2" for males). Deadline: February 11, 2021. For more information, contact Jim Nelson email@example.com or visit www.tall.org