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            Carmel Life Spring 2017

             

            Letter from the President

            The Campaign for Mount Carmel success continues as the students and faculty moved into the renovated third floor of the Main Building. The entire floor has been transformed into 21st-century classrooms with technology upgrades and flexible learning environments. This summer, we will turn our focus to the second floor of the Main Building and with your continued support, we will continue to build for the future.

            The success of our students is evident in and out of the classroom. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors participated in IMPACT weeks, during which each student experiences a service learning workshop in the community and reflects upon how it relates to him as an individual. Student council worked with the leadership team and successfully amended the handbook regarding the dress code - providing more hair length to the students. Speech, wrestling, soccer, chess and our one man diving team have represented Mount Carmel at the state level this year. Each of these events challenges our students to represent Mount Carmel to the best of their abilities.

            Recently, the Mount Carmel Alumni Association acknowledged several people whose commitment to Mount Carmel have earned them recognition. You can read about those honorees in this online edition of Carmel Life.

            I am proud of our success stories. Even though the classrooms of 6410 S. Dante may have changed a little since many of you walked the halls, you will be happy to know that the tradition of educating young men of character in the Catholic, Carmelite traditions continues today. If you are ever in the neighborhood, stop by and see first-hand our successes and some of the changes we have made for the 21st-century men of Carmel.

            May Our Lady of Mount Carmel continue to guide us.

            In Carmel,

            Ned Hughes ‘70
            President

            Featured News

            List of 2 news stories.

            • ONE DREAM REALIZED, ONE DEFERRED…

              Dan Lacount, Athletic Director
              Ask just about any high school athlete about his goals, and he will invariably say “To win state…” What is it about the quest for a state championship that drives an athlete to compete at the highest level he can reach? Isn’t “top ten” a great finish? Scholarships are offered when you’re in the top ten in the state. Medals are handed out through tenth place. For David Riojas and Eric Correa, top ten just isn’t good enough. Click here to read more…
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            • MOUNT CARMEL CELEBRATES THE OPENING OF THE THIRD FLOOR

              Mike Holland '98, Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement
              On November 1, 2016, officially marked the opening of the completely renovated third floor, part of the $15 million capital Campaign to improve Mount Carmel's campus. Thanks to many of those in attendance, the group was able to tour the awesome changes that left the floor looking hardly recognizable. Click here to read more…
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            Alumni News

            List of 10 news stories.

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            Advancement Update

            List of 6 news stories.

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            Student Accomplishments

            List of 9 news stories.

            • MOUNT CARMEL STUDENT RAISES $136,000 FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH

              By Joyce Duriga, Editor at Chicago Catholic
              This year Mount Carmel High School senior Rudy Melchiorre raised $136,000 for pediatric cancer research. In his four years at the school, located at 6410 S. Dante Ave., he has raised $671,000. Add that to what he and his older brother Michael raised during their combined years at the school and the young men have raised over $800,000. All of that goes to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Every year around St. Patrick’s Day, adults and young people at parishes and schools raise money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and have their heads shaved. That’s the tradition at the events, which benefit the California-based organization that awards grants for pediatric cancer research. Click here to read more…
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            • SENIORS FEKETE, KUDAISI LEAD SPEECH TEAM INTO SECTIONALS

              By Kendall Nichols, Staff Reporter for the Caravan Newspaper
              In just its fourth year, the Mount Carmel speech program continues to build, and will send Justin Fekete, Farouk Kudaisi, and Luke Ehrenstrom to sectionals Saturday at 中国体彩发布的官方appwood-Flossmoor High School. Click here to read more…
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            • THE ADOLESCENT CHEF

              By Conor Langs 2017, student editor of the MC Caravan Newspaper
              After months of planning, preparation, cooking, and writing, Mount Carmel’s newest author is on the verge of publication. The Adolescent Chef, written by senior and chef Robert Pickert Jr., is a cookbook that features a variety of Mediterranean and European cuisine. Click here to read more…
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            • SPELLMAN IN ALL-STATE MUSICAL THEATRE

              Mount Carmel senior Jack Spellman (Beverly), was cast in the 42nd Annual Illinois High School Theatre Festival’s production of Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Jack is the first student from Mount Carmel to be involved in an all-state production like this. Click here to read more…
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            • LOCAL COFFEE HOUSE INJECTS LIFE INTO WOODLAWN

              The 2010 opening of Robust Coffee Lounge is one example of a local business that already is breathing new life into the Woodlawn community. Mount Carmel art students have even partnered with the coffee house to display and sell their artwork.
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            • STEM PROGRAM JOINS MOUNT CARMEL CURRICULUM

              Mount Carmel’s STEM program, science, technology, engineering, and math, has continued to grow in its second year and prepare students for higher learning. Click here to read more…
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            • STUDENTS EXCEL AT CERTAMEN COMPETITION

              By Mr. Jake Goldberg, Media Specialist
              Certamen, Latin for "competition", is a quiz bowl-style competition with classics-themed questions. The reference invokes the brief ancient Greek account of the Contest of 中国体彩发布的官方appr and Hesiod, Certamen 中国体彩发布的官方appri et Hesiodi.
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            • MOCK TRIAL COMPETES IN HOWLETT CUP

              By Dr. Jon Berry, Mock Trial Moderator; Latin and English instructor
              Mount Carmel Mock Trial team competed in the fourth annual Howlett Cup Mock Trial competition. The Howlett Cup is an “invite-only” competition for Catholic schools in the Chicago area. Click here to read more…
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            • MOUNT CARMEL RECOGNIZES 15 ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARS

              Mount Carmel High School President Ned Hughes ‘70, and Principal John Stimler are proud to announce that 15 Mount Carmel High School students from the graduating class of 2017 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars. Click here to read more…
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            Athletics Update

            List of 7 news stories.

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            Enrollment Update

            List of 1 news stories.

            • MOUNT CARMEL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

              By Matthew Hawk, Admissions Specialist
              On October 20, 2016, Mount Carmel welcomed 7th and 8th gradestudents from 6 different grammar schools to its inaugural Caravan Fall Leadership Conference. Boys and girls from Christ the King, St. Barnabas, St. Thomas the Apostle, St. Ailbe, St. Philip Neri, and Sacred Heart (east side) schools spent the day on Mount Carmel’s discussing how to develop leadership potential and how to plan a signature event or program for their school community. Click here to read more…
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