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Carroll Alum Participates in Track & Field ‪Olympic Trials

Kiah Seymour ‘12 participated in the Track & Field ‪Olympic Trials‬ in Eugene, Oregon earlier this month. Kiah, who competed in the 400m hurdles, is currently a graduate student at the University of Kentucky. After graduating early from Penn State University, she used her additional NCAA eligibility to earn a Master's degree while training for Olympic-level competition.
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Q&A with Daryll Butler ’92: Reflections on the Carroll Experience

Daryll Butler ’92 just completed a two-year term as President of the Archbishop Carroll Alumni Association. Daryll, a proud family man, is an attorney currently practicing law in D.C. He attributes many of his accomplishments to the education he received at Carroll. We recently caught up with Daryll who shared how Carroll has impacted his life.
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Mourning the Loss of Former Principal John "Jack" O'Malley

With sadness, the Archbishop Carroll High School community shares news of the death of John "Jack" P. O'Malley. Known to most as Fr. O'Malley, Jack served as an English teacher at Archbishop Carroll for 13 years (1954-1966) and returned to serve as Principal for the 1997-98 and 1998-99 academic years.
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The 62nd Graduating Class of Archbishop Carroll

Graduation festivities kicked off on Wednesday, May 25 with the Baccalaureate Mass, a beautiful celebration honoring our seniors. We were blessed to have Donald Cardinal Wuerl as Celebrant, with Concelebrants Rev. Roy Campbell, Jr. ‘65, Rev. George Kintiba and Rev. John Mudd ‘61. The following day, students, family and friends filled the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for Archbishop Carroll’s commencement ceremony.
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Capstone Projects Challenge Students to Put Principles into Action

Members of the junior class closed out the academic year by presenting their activism projects to the school community during Carroll’s annual activism fair. Activism projects are the capstone projects for the social justice class. Working individually or in groups, students addressed important issues such as homelessness, poverty, violence, police brutality and more.
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