School Closed - December 10, 2018

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School Closed - December 10, 2018

Due to the inclement weather, The Carmel School will be CLOSED tomorrow, December 10, 2018.
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Read some of our alumni's experiences:

The Carmel School was an important part of my childhood and my education. I attended TCS from kindergarten until graduation. The school was my second home, and the faculty was like a second family. The teachers pushed me to do my best, and they also gave me the skills that I needed to succeed in college. I'm really thankful that The Carmel School was a part of my life and I don't know where I would be without it.

– Aarica Kelly, '14
Reynolds College
The Carmel School primarily helped my college career due to the small class sizes which helped facilitate discussions. Often in the college environment people feel nervous speaking in front of their peers. This was never an issue due to my previous high school experience at The Carmel School. Furthermore, I came into college well above my peers in terms of my writing ability and have since been able to become published at the collegiate level and have won several awards, which I attribute to my time at TCS.

– Danielle Sisson, '13
Longwood University
I will never forget my time at the Carmel School. In 2016, I graduated from the Carmel School as Valedictorian and was accepted into every college I applied to. I truly believe that my success can be attributed in great part to the teachers, faculty, peer group, and overall environment of the Carmel School. Throughout my life, I have experienced a great variety of schools, including private, public, DoD, charter, and homeschool. At the Carmel School, I was able to thrive in the love, encouragement, and challenges those around me offered. Now, I am attending the University of Idaho on scholarship with the United States Air Force. The Carmel School gave me the academic skills to succeed and go out into the world confidently and I will be forever grateful to everyone who supported me there.

                                                                                                                                        -Kenna Ross, '16
                                                                                                                                        University of Idaho