A rigorous two-year course of study? Check. Original research? Check. International academic focus? Check. College credit? Check. These are just some of the benefits of participating in the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) program at Archbishop Carroll. With buzz spreading, more students are signing on.
News and Announcements
A bank president and CEO. A veterinarian. An accountant. An entrepreneur. A member of the U.S. Coast Guard. An anesthesiologist. An FBI agent. Students learned about these occupations and many more during Archbishop Carroll’s annual Career Day held on April 23.
There are many things on the minds of seniors this spring. Finishing up classes, studying for final exams, gearing up for the graduation ceremony and finding a summer job are just a few. Amidst all of this lies the important decision of where to attend college.
Steve Hocker '71, ReNika Moore '95, and Boyd Rutherford '75 will be inducted into Carroll's Hall of Honor on June 8 at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Roof Terrace Restaurant. The evening will also feature the presentation of the Patrick Cardinal O'Boyle Medal to Rev. Roy Campbell '65.
Musical theatre returned to Archbishop Carroll in March with the production of the Tony award-winning Broadway musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”.
For Dean of Students Delonia “Dee” Shropshire, Jr., being an educator is in his blood. Over a career spanning 15 years, he has helped many students succeed – having served in roles as a teacher, administrator, coach and mentor.
On March 26, alumni returned to campus for a focus group hosted by the Archbishop Carroll President’s Council. With the aim of engaging alumni around fresh ideas that will move Carroll forward, the focus group provided an opportunity for alumni to share their perceptions about Carroll and provide important feedback for the administration.
Seven students from Carroll’s basketball teams have been named to WCAC All-Conference Teams. Selections were made by the coaches in the WCAC.
Thanks to a partnership with the Greater DC Chapter of the Villanova Alumni Association, students in Carroll’s Augustine Scholars Program are benefiting from one-on-one support from mentors. The Villanova Mentor Program matches Villanova alumni and/or parents of current university students with students in the Augustine Scholars Program.
Carroll is pleased to welcome four new members to its 2014-2015 Board of Directors. Each exemplifies outstanding leadership and dedication in championing student achievement at Carroll and beyond.