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Hall of Honor and Spring Benefit

The Spring Benefit is Archbishop Carroll High School's largest fundraising event of the year. It is held annually at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Roof Terrace Restaurant.

The 24th Annual Spring Benefit and Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony was held on June 13, 2016. Alvin Clayton-Fernandes ’79 and Tim King were inducted into Carroll's Hall of Honor. Rev. Patrick A. Smith received the Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle Medal. Click here to learn more about the honorees.

Inscribed in the Hall of Honor are those alumni who have brought honor to their Alma Mater, those who created a legacy for Carroll administrators and teachers, and those who have partnered in our mission to develop future leaders in God’s work and community betterment.

The Founder’s Award, Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle Medal is an award that honors those members of the religious community and/or members of the lay community who have worked in conjunction with the fundamental purposes of Archbishop Carroll High School as outlined by its founder, Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle. Those purposes are: Catholic Identity, Social Justice, Catholic Values and the understanding that the Catholic Church and all of its Catholic schools have a place of importance and principle in the city of Washington, DC.