Archbishop Carroll students are required to complete 10 hours of Discipleship Service per year, but many students discover a love of service that compels them to go beyond the requirement. Read the Catholic Standard’s recent article, “Works of Mercy, Year of Mercy” to learn how some Carroll students live out Jesus' teaching.
It was a special evening at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Thursday, Aug. 11 for a group of Carroll alumni and staff. Led by Carroll Art Teacher Kyle Hackett, the group toured “Martin Puryear: Multiple Dimensions,” an exhibit featuring the work of Carroll alumnus Martin Puryear ’58, a widely celebrated visual artist.
The Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) recently honored five members of the Catholic education community who have set themselves apart with their commitment to their fields of expertise. Mr. J.J. Gregg, who now serves as Archbishop Carroll’s Dean of Students, was one of them.