6410 South Dante Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
Phone: 773-324-1020      Fax: 773-324-9235



Welcome, Caravan Parents

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.

Prospective Parents

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 cferguson@mchs.org.

Parent Organizations

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 

Important Links

  • 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 records@mchs.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

Daily Bulletin


List of 3 news stories.

  • College Appeals for Financial Aid

    As financial circumstances have changed, students now have a unique opportunity to negotiate for more aid as colleges are looking to ensure levels of tuition.
    How to appeal for financial
    • Most colleges have a formal appeals (or informal negotiation) process, in which students can write a letter requesting that their financial aid packages be reconsidered.
    • Even in normal years, students have a particularly good shot at more financial aid if (1) their family's financial circumstances have changed, like a parent losing their job, or (2) if they have received a higher financial aid offer from a similar college.
    • This year, however, colleges may be more willing to provide additional financial assistance, just to guarantee some income through a tuition check (even for a lower-than-usual amount!)
    Online Resources
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  • Advanced Placement Test Information/Review

    Students who are enrolled to take AP exams online, please remember to join the AP review sessions at https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates
    Please visit the College Board website for more information
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  • Updates to ACT, SAT and College Board test dates

    Per ACT and College Board, please see the following exam schedule.  Please visit ACT.org or www.collegeboard.org for testing updates and more information. 

    SAT and SAT Subject Tests 

    • May 2 - Canceled. Students who have already registered for the May 2 SAT or SAT Subject Tests will receive refunds. 
    • June 6 - Still scheduled. The College Board is planning on holding the SAT and SAT Subject Tests nationwide this day. 
      • Registration Deadline: May 8 
      • Projected Score Release: July 15 
    • August 29 (anticipated) - Still scheduled. The College Board is anticipating August 29 as the first date for the 2020-2021 SAT Nationwide Administration Dates. Both the SAT and SAT Subject Tests will be offered. No registration deadline for this test has been announced. 
    • April 4 - Canceled. Students who have already registered for the April 4 ACT will have the option to reschedule to a later date or receive a refund.  
    • June 13 - Still scheduled. ACT is planning on holding the ACT test nationwide this day.
      • Registration Deadline: May 8 
      • Projected Score Release: June 23  
    • July 18 - Still scheduled. ACT is planning on holding the ACT this day in all states except for New York.
      • Registration Deadline: June 19
      • Projected Score Release: July 28

    AP Exams

    • May 4 through May 15 - Will take place online. AP Exams will still be held from May 4-8 and May 11-15. Any student already registered for an exam can choose to cancel at no charge. 
      • The test will be a 45-minute online test with free-response questions
      • The test will have no multiple-choice questions 
      • We encourage you to continue checking the AP Updates Page for further information. AP Central is projecting to release full exam schedule, specific free-response question types, and additional testing details by April 3.
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