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Blending Faith and Art
Blending Faith and Art

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Teaching in a pandemic
Teaching in a pandemic

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Wired for Innovation: Connecting one of Dayton's oldest buildings to a brighter future

Whenever Alek Mezera ‘04 would drive past the Dayton Arcade in the heart of downtown, he usually thought about the stories from the complex’s glory years that had come and gone before he was even old enough to attend kindergarten.  26 years after the arcade effectively closed to the public, he stepped foot in the vacant, deteriorating building as he prepared to help lead the ...

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Student of the Week: Julia Quinn '21

Julia Quinn '21, Charity House, with Mrs. Linda Edwards Julia has been such a reliable yearbook worker for all four of her years at Carroll.  Her creativity is refreshing, and her leadership skills as this year’s editor have been so helpful to all the club members.  I appreciate Julia’s contributions, and she has a great smile! -Mrs. Linda Edwards What a...

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The Elusive "10"

“Sister Mary Alice is short.”   While that sentence may be politically incorrect, it is concise, descriptive, and free of spelling and grammatical errors.  And that sums up most of what I learned in Sister Mary Alice’s journalism class. Sister Mary Alice Stein, known affectionately by her initials as “SMAS” (but never addressed by that name) provi...

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The Elusive
CARROLL AT A GLANCE
14:1 Ratio

14:1 Ratio

Student-to-Teacher Classroom Ratio

$17 Million

$17 Million

In college scholarships for the Class of 2020

18,000

18,000

Community Service Hours performed by students ann

72%

72%

of students are Catholic

20 AP

20 AP

Advanced Placement courses offered

Foundation for the Future: The Campaign for Carroll High School

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