Quick Facts

  • 98% of graduates attend a 4-year or 2-year college after graduation.
  • The Class of 2015 received over $14 million+ in college scholarships and awards.
  • 9 students in the Class of 2015 were National Merit-recognized students.
  • We offer 15 AP courses and 16 STEMM courses.
  • Our students voluntarily contribute @10,000 hours of community service each year to @50 local, national and international organizations.
  • 6 Dual credit options are offered.
  • 22 competitive Varsity sports
  • Academics at all ability levels
  • 45 clubs and activities
  • Our graduates know the meaning of hard work and dedication.  We call our students to do more.  We want them to do everything to the best of their abilities and we trust they will leave Carroll with a clear mission to build a better world.
  • Carroll graduates are prepared to enter the college or university of their choice.  Recent graduates attend many local, state and national schools - some are listed below:
University of Dayton
Wright State University
The Ohio State University

Boston College
Case Western Reserve
Cornell University
Duke University
Georgia Tech
Georgetown University

Harvard University
Miami University

Purdue University
University of Illinois
University of Michigan

Yale University
University of Notre Dame

U.S. Military Academy
U.S. Air Force Academy
U.S. Naval Academy

 and many others!

A Carroll High School Education:
  • Asks difficult questions
  • Encourages students to do more, to become more and to seek faith and justice through service
  • Makes God an integral part of the conversation
  • Teaches students how to think critically


  • Enrollment:  750 students (2015-2016 school year)
  • Faculty:  48 full-time and 5 part-time teaching faculty
  • 40 teachers hold advanced degrees
  • 1127 cumulative years of teaching experience
  • 15:1 student to teacher ratio
  • Class Size:  25-28 students (average)

Classes/Grading System

Grades are cumulative over each semester.  All science courses are lab-oriented.  There are seven class periods per day averaging 50 minutes each.  Students are required to take six courses.

Carroll's grading standard is as follows:

A = 4.0 (100-93)
B = 3.0 (92-85)
C = 2.0 (84-77)
D = 1.0 (76-70)
F = 0 (69-0)

GPA is based on a 4.0 basis.  A weighted GPA is used for class rank.