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Mission Statement

Archbishop Carroll High School is a welcoming Catholic community intentional in the holistic formation of its students for a life of virtue, academic excellence and service to the common good.

School Profile

  • 693 students (2022-23 Academic Year)
  • 70% of students are Catholic
  • 99% graduation rate
  • 95% of students enroll in college after graduation
  • 93% of students return for sophomore year of college
  • $16.5 million in merit-based college scholarships each year
  • 18 AP courses across the curriculum
  • College Credit Plus offerings
  • 25 varsity sports
  • 50+ different clubs and student organizations

College Readiness

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

Boston College

Duke University

Harvard University

Purdue University

Vanderbilt University

U.S. Military Academy

Wright State University

Case Western Reserve University

Georgia Tech

Miami University

University of Illinois

Yale University

U.S. Air Force Academy

The Ohio State University

Cornell University

Georgetown University

Massachusettes Institute of Technology

University of Notre Dame

U.S. Naval Academy

Grading Scale

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.

  • A = 4.0 (100-90)
  • B = 3.0 (80-89)
  • C = 2.0 (70-79)
  • D = 1.0 (65-69)
  • F = 0 (64-0)

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

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