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Posted: August 27, 2015

Our freshman and transfer students were excited to join the John Carroll School family, and our upperclassmen, faculty and staff were ready to welcome them! The freshmen even fulfilled their first... Read More

Posted: August 27, 2015

Welcome back for another exciting school year!  Anyone interested in trying out for boys JV or Varsity basketball this winter will meet on Monday August 31st immediately after school 3:00 in the... Read More

Posted: August 26, 2015

After thirty-eight years of teaching Mathematics at John Carroll, Mr. Alvin Ward retired in June. A graduate of the Class of 1970, Al has come full circle at his beloved Alma Mater, having... Read More

Posted: August 2, 2015

Drew Forthman, Class of 2018 and member of the John Carroll Chorus and Belle Voce, was selected to participate in the Lyric Opera's Camp for High School performers. This audition-only camp provided... Read More

Posted: July 13, 2015

The John Carroll School community mourns the loss of William “Bill” Gaudreau, architect, who passed away on July 6, 2015.  Bill’s career spanned 52 years with Gaudreau, Inc., a firm founded in 1927... Read More

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Recent articles from The Patriot (jcpatriot.com)

Students pioneer support group

Support can be given in a variety of ways, and, starting this school year, students will have a new outlet in times of need.

Spring sports raise expectations

To wrap up the season, coaches and athletes summarize their season’s successes and failures, and look forward to next year.

Closing the book on summer reading

It’s official. The school-wide summer reading will not be returning this summer. According to Vice Principal of Academics Gary Scholl, the academic departments will require summer work, but the school-wide summer reading is not coming back.

Week In Pictures: Senior Awards, Chemistry Lab, and Class Speeches

Photos by Mitchell Hopkins and Kishan Patel

Maynard wins Educator of the Year award

On May 27, at the Senior Awards Assembly, Director of Enrollment Edward Maynard, class of ‘93, was announced Educator of the Year for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Return of iPhone shows uncommon dedication to honesty

By his own appraisal, Tom Martiner is “that weird guy on the beach with a metal detector,” but when he showed up at JC with junior Ben Flomo’s lost iPhone he was much more.

New classes implemented for next year

Starting the 2015-2016 school year, students will be able to take four new classes. These classes include Entrepreneurial Studies, Financial Literacy, US History Post 1945, and TV Production 2.

Being bilingual benefits students

Bonjour, hola, czesc, 你好 (Nín hǎo), Hallo, and  नमस्ते (Namastē) are all ways to say hello

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