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Hi-Q team loses second match

Francis Pham, Staff writer February 13, 2024

On January 27, Archbishop John Carroll lost its second Hi-Q match of the season to Chichester and Radnor High. At the end, the score was 28, 31, and 57 for Carroll, Chichester, and Radnor respectively. The...

Tyhir Phillips (left) was named drama king, while Too Jemahwuo was named class clown in the annual senior superlatives voting. The two young men, who are close friends, lost out to James Klusarits and Stephen Thomson for best bromance.

Senior superlatives announced

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer February 12, 2024

This past week, Archbishop Carroll’s senior superlative winners showed mixed emotions about their winning titles.  Tyhir Phillips secured the title of “drama king” with a clear 87 percent of...

Carrolls NHS chapter is working with the non-profit Delaware County Transportation Management Association to increase seat belt use among students.

NHS aims to boost student seat belt compliance

Kadie Kutlus, Staff writer February 12, 2024

Archbishop Carroll's National Honor Society chapter is working with the Delaware County Transportation Management Association to help increase the percentage of student drivers wearing their seat belts. A...

Dr. Tricia Scott, Carrolls president, and Mr. William Gennaro, principal, cut the ribbon for the renovated gym with the help of the girls basketball team.

Donors who paid for gym floor honored in ribbon cutting

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer February 8, 2024

In a gesture of gratitude and celebration, Archbishop Carroll hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 30 to honor the generous donors whose contributions made the completion of the new gym floor possible. “We...

Low first semester grades? Turn to NHS tutors for help

Low first semester grades? Turn to NHS tutors for help

Kadie Kutlus, Staff writer January 29, 2024

Students who are not satisfied with their first semester grades can turn to the National Honor Society’s tutoring services to help improve their grades. The end of the first semester was Jan. 26....

The theme for National Catholic Schools Week is United in Faith and Community.

Catholic Schools Week arrives with activities for both faith and fun

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer January 28, 2024

Archbishop Carroll's student council has rolled out an exciting lineup of activities for National Catholic Schools Week that aims to unite the school community in faith, celebration, and service. The...

Hearts dot the wall at Heart and Sould, a new Swarthmore thrift shop run by Mrs. Terri Crossan to raise money for organizations that work with foster families and adoptive families.

Mrs. Crossan of campus ministry opens Swarthmore thrift store to raise money for foster and adoptive families

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer January 28, 2024

In Swarthmore Town Center, a new thrift store with a mission beyond selling second hand items and run by an Archbishop Carroll staff member has opened its doors. Heart & Soul'd at 14 Park Avenue celebrated...

Student council collects items to help furry friends

Student council collects items to help furry friends

Kadie Kutlus, Staff writer January 28, 2024

During Catholic Schools Week, Archbishop Carroll student council is encouraging the community to help furry friends this winter by donating items to a local animal center.  The drive starts on Jan....

Snowball tickets can be purchased at jcarroll.org, the schools website.

Snowball returns Feb. 3

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer January 24, 2024

Archbishop Carroll is gearing up for its first winter dance in over four years. The casual and festive "Snowball" on Feb. 3 promises to be a night of merriment for students to make up for the seniors'...

Carroll juggles cancellations and rescheduling caused by weather

Carroll juggles cancellations and rescheduling caused by weather

Mia Sottovia, Staff writer January 23, 2024

In a week marked by relentless winter storms and unexpected power outages, Archbishop Carroll faced an unprecedented challenge as it was compelled to cancel or reschedule sporting events and activities.  The...

Students busy themselves with school work as the second quarter comes to a close.

End-of-quarter craziness descends upon Carroll

Grace Brogan, Staff writer January 19, 2024

As Archbishop Carroll’s second quarter comes to a close, students are doing current assignments, turning in late work, and making up tests and quizzes, while teachers are grading tests, quizzes, essays,...

January is Mental Wellness Month and the guidance department is reaching out

January is Mental Wellness Month and the guidance department is reaching out

Kadie Kutlus, Staff writer January 19, 2024

January is Mental Wellness Month and Archbishop Carroll’s guidance department wants to use this time to break the stigma around teens' mental health.  Miss Kelly Love, Carroll’s Mental Health and...

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