The John Carroll School is a Catholic, co-educational, college-preparatory learning community empowering a diverse student population to attain its highest potential. Through innovative practices and curriculum, we prepare students to positively influence a global society as critical thinkers and creative problem solvers while being socially responsible, spiritually centered, and morally grounded in our Catholic beliefs.
Our Promise to every John Carroll student and parent:
We will provide a Catholic foundation of values, challenging academics, and real-life experiences . . . so that our students will embrace opportunities and excel as responsible participants in the global society.
We will do everything possible to instill in all of our students: a strong sense of self; the capacity to achieve their personal fulfillment and professional aspirations; a global perspective; and a strong, moral compass to guide them throughout life.
Accredited by the Association of Independent Maryland and DC Schools.
There are 668 students in 9th through 12th grade at John Carroll. They come from Harford, Cecil and Baltimore Counties in Maryland, York County in Pennsylvania, and from 8 countries around the world.
With 58 AP and Honors courses and an average SAT score that is 135 points higher than the Maryland average, our students are challenged and ready to excel in college.
Our 72-acre campus includes one main building with a chapel, academic and arts wings, media center, 600-seat auditorium, 2 gymnasiums and a weight room inside. Outside are 2 ponds, 2 synthetic turf fields, baseball and softball fields, track and tennis courts. A dorm for male students, Saint Joseph Hall, is also located on campus.
For the 2017-2018 academic year, tuition is $16,500.