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Posted: October 12, 2015

In just 2 days, we collected 6 overflowing boxes of toiletries and $414 in cash donations to help those displaced by the flooding in South Carolina. Emily Meyerl '15, a freshman at University of... Read More

Posted: October 9, 2015

We are pleased to announce that seniors Madison Reed, Spencer Langbein, Kelly Foulk, Nicholas Miller, and Claire Grunewald have been named National Merit Scholarship Corporation Commended Students... Read More

Posted: September 25, 2015

Donate new or gently worn shoes for the Feet for Francis shoe drive! Honoring Pope Francis' call to help the poor, the shoes collected will help families in 26 developing nations.  Shoes are being... Read More

John Buppert
Posted: September 18, 2015

With sadness, we announce that one of the original faculty members at John Carroll, Mr. John Buppert, passed away on September 16.  Mr. Buppert taught at John Carroll for its first 35 years and will... Read More

Posted: September 4, 2015

John Carroll's new school information management system, Veracross, has been launched.  All parents should have been emailed information for creating their account.  If you do not receive an email by... Read More


Recent articles from The Patriot (jcpatriot.com)

The Patriot receives national awards

The Patriot and some of its staff received awards and recognition from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA), the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA), and the International Quill and Scroll.

Two international students commit to Division I programs

Varsity basketball seniors Michael Tertsea and Mantvydas ‘Monty’ Urmilevicius have committed to play Division I basketball at the University of Rhode Island and Bryant University respectively.

German exchange students arrive this week

Just in time for Oktoberfest, 14 students and two teachers from Hildeshiem, Germany arrived at JC on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

1) Get your money’s worth (or your parents’ money’s worth) out of the awesome education available at JC.

2) Don’t waste any energy on negative things such as excluding or hating people.

3) Get involved. It really begins to feel like home when you know people from all different groups.

4) Gain some wisdom. Teachers at JC are awesome, so take the time to make personal relationships with them.

JC switches to Veracross

Veracross, a School Information System (SIS), has replaced four separate databases for faculty, student, parent and alumni information. Over the summer and during the first weeks of school, administration and teachers have been working to make the transition as smooth as possible.

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