2014 Spring Golf Outing

 

Proceeds benefit the

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Annual Fund


The annual fund is our yearly giving program and it is the
highest financial priority of the school each year.

Gifts support nearly every aspect of a
Our Lady of Mount Carmel education and 
enrich the intellectual, social, and personal development of every student.

Download Brochure Here

 

Date: Monday, May 12, 2014

8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
at
Rocky Point Golf Course


Agenda
7:00 am
Registration/Continental Breakfast/Range Open
8:00 am
Shotgun Start
10:00 am
Hot Dogs, Beer, Soda & Water
Available at the turn & on course
1:00 pm
Lunch/Door Prizes/Raffle
2:00 pm
Awards

Cost: $100.00 per golfer

Price includes:
Golf
Continental Breakfast
Beer, Soda and Hot dogs on course
Catered Lunch (Bull Roast Menu)

*Single golfers are welcome and also direct contributions to the fund*

Registrations are due by May 7, 2014 please contact Tom Rose if your have any questions at 410-238-1164 or trose@olmcmd.org

Register by:
Online Below
Mail or Phone 410-238-1163

Sponsorship Packages

Outing Sponsorship - $3000.00
Consider being a sponsor for the entire outing. Includes personalized signage, recognition throughout the day of the event and any pre-event communication.

Golfer's Gift Sponsorship - $2500.00
Consider having your company logo imprinted on the gift given to every golfer.

Lunch Sponsorship - $1000.00
Consider being the catered lunch sponsor at the conclusion of the outing. Includes personalized signage and recognition at the lunch.

Silent Auction Sponsorship - $500.00
Consider being a sponsor for the silent auction of sports memorbilia during the golf outing. Includes personalized signage and recognition during the silent auction.

Contest Hole Sponsorship - $500.00
Consider being a sponsor for one of the par 3 prize holes. Includes personalized signage at a par 3 hole and recognition as prizes are awarded.

Tee/Hole Sponsorship - $150.00
Consider being a sponsor for a hole or tee box. Includes your company name and logo displayed at a hole or tee box that is not a par 3
contest hole.

Register Online for the Golf Outing

Step 1

Enter the total amount you would like charged to your credit card for the event in the "golf outing payment" box.

Example
Foursome: 400.00
Hole/Tee Sponsor: 150.00
Total : 550.00

   Step 2

Please write "Spring Golf Outing" and enter the name of the golfer(s) and team captain with a contact phone number and/or sponsorship information in the "Team Captain & Sponsor Information" box.

Step 3

Click on the secure order form button to complete your transaction
 

Fine Arts Camp

July 21-25, 2014

9am-4pm

Students in grades 3-9 will be able to explore visual art. T

Click here for a brochure/registration.

Math Matters & Science Too! Camp

August 11-15, 2014

Full Day and Half Day Options

Typical Day

9-9:30      Arrival and Morning Meeting

9:30-10:45  Math activities

10:45-12:00 Science and Tech Exploration

12-12:30 Lunch

12:30-1:30 PUzzles/Brainteasers

1:30-2:00 Outdoor Game

2:00-2:45 Geometry Focus

Questions? Contact Mr. Ryan Kloetzer at rkloetzer@olmcmd.org

Click here for a brochure/registration.

Our Deepest and Sincere Gratitude to the Donors of the Annual Appeal

The listing below are donations received for Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School to the Annual Appeal specifically.

Donations as of 23/7/14
Click here for an alumni donor list by Class

 

Bishop Rozanski Society

Dr. Jeffrey Bunn
Rev. Monsignor Robert Hartnett
Margaret Mckenzie Hodge, Class of 1971
Joanne Meekins
Brian Sequeira
Kathleen Sipes//
St. Louis Roman Catholic Church

Monsignor Luca Society

Christopher and Jean Ashby
Mr. Edward "Skip" Copes, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus and Mrs. Pat (Carter) Copes, Class of 1964
Don DiBlasi
Mary Ellen and Tom Fise
Joe & Cheryl Kinnear, In honor of Eric Wunder, Class of 2006 and Kate Kinnear Wunder, Class of 2007
Barbara Lukehart
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Marshall, Jr., Class of 1963
Karen and Carl Weber
Robert and Cheryl Willbanks

Franciscan Guild

Paul and Patrice Brylske, In Honor of Alex Brylske, Class of 2009, Ces Kuscinkas, Class of 2007, and Adam  Brylske, Class of 2007
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Campbell
Linda Dietsch
Michael Eder, ES Class of 1944
F. Paul Galeone Photographers
Connie Flagg
Dave Hall
P. Ray Hughes
Diana Humphries
Charlie and Susan Knott
Melissa Lawrence
Bernard Meagher, Class of 1964
Northrup Grumman
Sr. Michele O'Brien
Barbara Petr
John Rasmussen
Tiffani Reed, Class of 1991
Theresa Satterfield, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnae
David and Alice Steck
Fr. Mike Triplett
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Wallace

Principal's Club

Nan Arciaga
Charles and Patricia Baynes
Barbara Blake and Steve Verch
Toni Borkowicz
Class of 1963
Class of 1993
John and Carole (Miller) Dolan, Classes of 1964 and 1965
Edith Etzel
Mark Fadok
Janice Fischer
Dolores Gallagher
Giampaolo Family, Tom Giampaolo, Class of 2006
Donna Gmurek
Paulette (Blain) Ketzner, Class of 1969
Doug Kriss
Cynthia Ann Nowicki Larkins, Class of 1974
Dr. Linda Martinak, Class of 1965
Elizabeth McKay
Anthony and Susan Moken
Michael Naunton
Daniel and Peggy (White) Porter, Class of 1978
Bernadette Potter
Eric Roper
Jim Schenning, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus
Monsignor Kevin Schenning
Lucy and Dieter Steck
Kathleen (Schultz) Thomas, Class of 1967
Phillip Villarreal, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wagner, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus
Mr. & Mrs. John Zydalis

Blue & Gold Club

ADP Tech Services, In Memory of Lorraine Hartnett
Brian M. Alkins
Roger Connolly
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Dinh, In Honor of Alexander Dinh, Class of 2025
Kenneth Easter, Class of 1972 and Patricia (Crist) Easter, Class of 1973
Barbara Eckhart
Exelon Corporation
Mr. & Mrs. Gene Foulke
Lauren Goslin, Class of 2010
Stan Hierstetter
Jeffrey and Tabatha (Piorunski) Kammann, Classes of 2000 & 2001
Ryan Kloetzer
John Paul Lagaz
Stephanie Lange
Geno Langellotto
Catherine Lord
Sister Albert Mary McSwiggin
Scott and Joanne Mohn, In Memory of Joan Thompson
Pamela (Morris) Naparano, Class of 1965
Carol (Kriss) Ruggiero, Class of 1975
Catherine Rybak, Class of 1978
David Sauthoff, Class of 1975
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Schmidt
Herman Strott, Class of 1963
Wayne & Carol Terry
Margaret Walls, In Memory of Joan Thompson
John and Cathy Wiley
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Znamirowski

Cougar Club

Mr. & Mrs. Astarita and Allison Astarita, Class of 2016
Mr. & Mrs. Gabor Banai
Melissa Bennett
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Boland
Betty Bourgeois
Patricia Bowler
Mary Berndadette Carr, In Honor of Kathleen Carr, Class of 2014
James-Michael Cignatta, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus
Deady/McFadden Family
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Hirsch, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumni
Beverly Kozlowski, In Honor of Doug Schultz, Class of 2015
Corinne (Metzgar) Lam, Class of 1973
Janice Lloyd, In Honor of Nicholas Culver, Class of 2015
Jennifer (Harrington) Makowiecki, Class of 1990
Jeanette (Smith) Muth, Class of 1978
Sr. Elizabeth Novak
Donna (Novak) Parr, Class of 1977
Beverly Patek
Carl Pearman, Class of 1965
Chris, Class of 1993 and Terri Quick
Mr. Gus Smith
Patricia (Lubawski) Snyder, ES Alumnae
Dorothy Suehle, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnae
John Thompson
Sr. Margaret Thompson
Frances Totaro, Mt. Carmel Elem School Alumnus
Rita Vestal, ES Class of 1943
Carin (Walsh) Weinreich, Class of 2004
Carol (Zinkand) Winpigler, Class of 1974
Sharon (Dugent) Youmans, Class of 1967
Lisa Zepp, Class of 1979
 

 

 
   
   

Our deepest and sincere gratitude to the donors of the Annual Appeal for 2012-2013

Bishop Rozanski Society

Christopher and Jean Ashby
Dr. Jeff Bunn
Rev. Msgr. Robert Hartnett
Margaret (McKenzie), Class of 1971 and Jerry Hodge
Jo Ann (Weitzel) Lingner, Class of 1971
Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, Class of 1975
Kathleen Sipes
St. Louis Roman Catholic Church
Janice Tourangeau, Class of 1790, In Memory of Leo and Dorothy Tourangeau
Charles Zeiler

Monsignor Luca Society

Jan and Dean Ashbaugh
Edward and Pat (Carter) Copes, Class of 1964
Don DiBlasi
John F. Fischer
Dolores Gallagher
Mary and Vernon Wallace
Karen and Carl Weber

Franciscan Guild

Barbara Blake and Steve Verch
Toni and Joe Borkowicz
Diane P.  (McLaughlin), Class of 1963 and Robert Bosak
Linda Dietsch
Mary Eisel
Carol and William Falkenhan
Diana Fitzpatrick
Connie Flagg
Dave Hall
P. Ray Hughes
Paulette (Blain) Ketzner, Class of 1969
Larry and Carol Kinard
Terry and Mary King
Joe and Cheryl Kinnear
Charles and Kathryn LaHatte
Melissa and Robert Lawrence
Barbara and Richard Lukehart
Edward Marshall, Class of 1963
Bernard, Class of 1964, and Joan Meagher
Patricia Nowowieski, Class of 1974
Beverly (Reynolds) Perkey , Class of 1966
Barbara Petr
Tiffani Reed, Class of 1991
Carol (Kriss), Class of 1975 and James Ruggiero
Beth Ann Schuller
Jeff Simmons, Class of 1977
Edward and Dorothy Sonberg
Lucy and Dieter Steck
Dolores (Marszalek) Stephens, Class of 1964
Rev. Michael Triplett
Cheryl and Robert Willbanks
George and Michaela Yossif

 

Principals' Club

Nan Arciaga
Joan Biuk
Matthew Brown, Class of 1989
Michael and Teresa Burruss
Lawrence and Gail Callahan
Richard and Maryanne Campbell
Barbara (Goszcynski) Coates, Class of 1967
David and Teresa Concordia, In Honor of Lauren Concordia, Class of 2006 and Mark Concordia, Class of 2009
Karen (Huth) Davis, Class of 1970
Rita Denbow
Maria Diaz
John, Class of 1964 and Carole (Miller) Dolan, Class of 1965
F. Paul Galeone Photographers
Regina (Krawczyk) Frampton, Class of 1965
Donna and John Gmurek
Barbara (Buczkowski) Gonzalez, Class of 1978
Sandra Goslin
Janine Ladzinski, Class of 1972, In Memory of Henry Lapinski, Class of 1973 and In Memory of Monica Kosiba, Class of 1973
Janice (Jones), Class of 1968 and Leonard Logue (Jones)
Catherine Lord
Fran Maurer
William and Elizabeth McKay
Charlene and George Michaloski
Michael Naunton
Patricia and Herb Naunton
Barry Poteat, In Memory of Mary Lou Poteat ES, Class of 1954
Bernadette and Ray Potter
Neil and Pamela Potter
John and Donna Rasmussen
Eric Roper
Msgr. Kevin Schenning
Diana  (Woronka) Sobotka, Class of 1965
Rosemary (Landis) Taylor, Class of 1966
Kathleen (Schultz) Thomas, Class of 1967
Truist Comprehensive Distribution
Sherri Zebeck, Class of 1993

Blue & Gold Club

Anonymous, In Honor of Mary Sue Carneal, Class of 1965
Edward and Janet Bauer
Paul and Patrice Brylske, In Honor of Alex Brylske, Adam Brylske and Ceslovas Kucinskas
Ken Chandler
Wesley and Jennifer Clarke
Cogar Printing
Roger and Verna Connolly
Jennifer (Kriss), Class of 1994 and Scott Dagostin
Dee and Roy Diffrient
Tim and Tracy Dinh
Barbara Eckhart
Ambrose and Josephine Edebe
Leona Egner, ES Class of 1943
Bernard Feehley, Class of 1977
Gene and Betty Foulke
Thomas and Donna Giampaolo
Patrick and Maria Hartnett
Stan Hierstetter
Charles and Kathleen Hirsch, In Honor of the 25th Anniversary of Rob & Trudy Jefferson
Cynthia (Vogt) Hobgood, Class of 1966
Carla (Rossi), Class of 1986 and Eric Horton
Jennifer (Chalmers) Kitchen, Class of 1993
Ryan Kloetzer
Corinne (Metzger), Class of 1973 and Tom Lam
John and Stephanie Lange
Eugene Langellotto
Cynthia (Nowicki), Class of 1974 and Terrance Larkins
Denise (Oshman) LeBrun
Gregory Matysek, Class of 1992
George Matysek, Class of 1990
Robert and Peggy Mazurek
Patricia (Mooney) Oldakowski, Class of 1964
George Parsons, Jr., Class of 1968
Mary Pohl
Sarah (Dayberry), Class of 2001 and Joseph Ryan
Catherine, Class of 1968 and Walter Rybak
John and Irma Rybczynski
Dave, Class of 1975 and Barbara Sauthoff
John Schech, Class of 1982
David and Alice Steck
Christina Steck
Janet and Philip Stein
Alisha Stevens
Shirley Stone
Herman Strott, Class of 1963
Mary (Ambrose) Sweet, Class of 1968
Virginia and Gerald Urie
John and Faye Zydalis

Cougar Club

Brian Alkins
Heather Allen
Karen Armacost
Howard and Charlotte Astarita
Leon and Shelly Badders
Gabor and Domenica Banai
Jackie (Kaskie) Barnaba, Class of 1982
Rose Ann (Concordia) Beall, Class of 1976
Frank and Nancy Bell
John and Mary Bennett
Angela (Skonicki) Bentzley
Kenneth and Helen Biscoe
Kathleen (McCreer) Campbell, Class of 1974
Mary Carr
Douglas, ES Class of 1969 and Judith Celmer
Chesterfield Properties, Inc.
James-Michael Cignatta, ES Class of 1966
Elizabeth Fannon, In Memory of Linda Fannon
Robert and Pauline Gallagher
Christopher Giordano, Class of 1979
Daniel Gittings, Class of 1996
Eugene and Shirley Goles
Mary Griffith
Vicki Gurski, Class of 1963
Mike and Mary Ann Hart
Nathalie Haslback
Chrissy and Dave Hedglin
Kathleen (Davis), Class of 1977 and Richard Kammann
Carisa Keene, Class of 1996
Catherine King, ES Class of 1938
Robert and Sharon Komornik
Olive Littman
Paul and Tresa Machulis
Witold and Alina Malkowski
Marian Mazan, ES Class of 1942
Karen (Lucian) Miceli-Baeuerle, Class of 1969
Kathrine Moran
Munson Family
Jeannette (Smith) Muth, Class of 1978
Sr. Elizabeth Mary Novak
Donna (Novak) Parr, Class of 1977
Beverly Patek
Carl Pearman, Class of 1965
Dolores Radek, ES Class of 1951
Conrad and Helen Ritter
Sharon (Vojik) Robust, Class of 1970
Mary and Dennis Rocks
Mary and Walter Schenning

 
   

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Campus
Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Lacrosse
Get Directions

From the beltway take exit 36 (route 702 south) to the very first traffic light, which is Old Eastern Ave. Make a left onto Old Eastern Ave and follow it through one traffic light. Once you go through the light proceed approximately 1/4 mile and Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish will be on your left.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel -Renaissance Park
Baseball
Get Directions

From the beltway take exit 36 (route 702 south) to the first set of Exits toward Chase. Proceed to the first traffic light (Stemmer's Run Road) and make a left into Park. 

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Eastern Regional Park
Football, Soccer, Lacrosse
Get Directions

From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) take exit 36 for Route 702. Proceed on Route 702 for approximately 1.3 miles and take the exit for Eastern Boulevard (Rt.150) east towards Chase. Proceed east on Eastern Boulevard for approximately four miles to the park entrance on the right, just past Chase Elementary School Recreation Center.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Our Lady Queen of Peace
Softball
Get Directions

Take beltway 695 to exit 35 Pulaski Highway toward Aberdeen Follow Pulaski Highway to Middle River Road — make a right Follow Middle River Road to Bird River Road and make a left. Our Lady Queen of Peace will be approx. a mile on the right. The field is behind the school, please park in the main lot and walk around.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Martindale Park
Baseball
Get Directions

From the beltway take exit 36 (route 702 south) to the second traffic light, which is East Homberg Ave. Make a right onto East Homberg and follow it until the road ends, make a left into Martindale Park.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Rocky Point
Golf
Get Directions

Home Golf matches are held at Rocky Point Golf Course - 410-887-0215.

High School Placement Test

Saturday, December 7, 2013
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School

Pre-register online for the High School Placement Test

In order to be considered for admission to any participating Catholic high school, 8th grade students must take the High School Placement Test (HSPT). There are two dates in December available to take the HSPT.

NEW THIS YEAR - ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FROM SEPTEMBER 10TH THROUGH NOVEMBER 27TH
All 8th grade students are encouraged to pre-register to take the High School Placement Test. The exam will be offered at each Catholic high school on above dates for a $30 fee. Fee must be paid in cash upon arrival on the testing date.  A hard-copy of the registration form can be found on on our website and in the Admissions Office. Online registration will close on November 27, 2013. After this date, call the Admissions Office of the testing site to register.

Remember to bring two number 2 pencils and the use of calculators is not permitted during testing.
Check-in begins at 8:30am and the test will begin promptly at 9am and end at approximately 12pm.

Requesting test accommodations: 
Students with an ISP or IEP requesting accommodations on the placement test must submit the required documentation to the high school test site. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.

Click here for the High School Placement Test Registration Form.  Fill in the appropriate information, print, and mail to the testing site of your choice.  

Employment Opportunities

Hall of Fame

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Athletics Hall of Fame will, recognize, honor, and carry on the memory of those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School athletic program.

View Nomination Information

Photo of Brianna Grap

Brianna Grap
Inducted 2013
Volleyball, Basketball
2007

Photo of Kelly Wojciechowski

Kelly Wojciechowski
Inducted 2011
Basketball, Lacrosse
2005

Photo of Mike Fowler

Mike Fowler
Inducted 2011
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1984

Photo of Matt Fowler

Matt Fowler
Inducted 2011
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1984

Photo of John Miller

John Miller
Inducted 2010
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1985

Photo of Brittany King

Brittany King
Inducted 2010
Soccer, Basketball, Softball
Class of 2004

Photo of Eric Augustine

Eric Augustine
Inducted 2010
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 2000

Photo of Frank Tuma

Frank Tuma
Inducted 2009
Coach

Photo of Sarah Dayberry

Sarah Dayberry
Inducted 2009
Vollyball, Basketball, Softball
Class of 2001

Photo of Gus Smith

Gus Smith
Inducted 2008
Baseball Coach

Photo of Susan Sipes

Susan Sipes
Inducted 2008
Soccer, Basketball, Tennis
Class of 1996

Photo of Jeff Simmons

Jeff Simmons
Inducted 2008
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1977

Photo of Renata Mihovilic

Renata Mihovilic
Inducted 2008
Volleyball, Basketball, Softball
Class of 2001

Photo of Chris Daniloski

Chris Daniloski
Inducted 2008
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 2002

Photo of Robb Bonner

Robb Bonner
Inducted 2008
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1987

Photo of Bob Aupperly

Bob Aupperly
Inducted 2008
Athletic Director, Soccer Coach

Photo of Kerry Weber

Kerry Weber
Inducted 2007
Soccer, Basketball, Cheerleading, Lacrosse
Class of 2002

Photo of Nannette Roth

Nannette Roth
Inducted 2007
Soccer, Basketball, Softball
Class of 1980

Photo of Erin Reed

Erin Reed
Inducted 2007
Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis
Class of 1995

Photo of Spike McElfish

Spike McElfish
Inducted 2007
Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1988

Photo of Debra Hanley

Debra Hanley
Inducted 2007
Volleyball Coach

Photo of Kim Gurski

Kim Gurski
Inducted 2007
Soccer
Class of 1998

Photo of Evan Williams

Evan Williams
Inducted 2007
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 2001

Photo of Andrew Ganzzermiller

Andrew Ganzzermiller
Inducted 2007
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 2001

Photo of Kevin Donohue

Kevin Donohue
Inducted 2007
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Class of 1988

 

Admission for ages 6 weeks to 2 years

Drama Program

An introductory course is offered which introduces the student to:
• the rehearsal process
• the fundamentals of acting
• application of the principles of effective voice and speech
• the physical skills necessary for acting
• observational techniques

In addition each fall, students are given the opportunityto audition for the Mt. Carmel Players’ Annual Spring Musical.

Art Program


Introduction to Materials & Techniques

Learn the basic elements and principles  of art

Art Appreciation

Introduction to art criticism and explore the various mediums as the artist would

Arts & Crafts

Create a variety of crafts projects

Introduction to Drawing & Design

Focus is on drawing techniques and strengthening composition

The Third Dimension

Learn problem-solving skills in sculptural application

Graphic Arts

Focus is on using the tech. lab for graphic design

Photography

Learn the basics of film and digital photography and work in the darkroom

Studio II: The Art Major

Build a portfolio for art school

Independent study

Students who have taken 2 or more art classes work with the art teacher to develop individual projects

Art History I & II

Semester classes can fulfill either a fine arts or social studies credit through the study of Art history

Music Program

Courses:

Liturgical  Music/Chorus

Prepares students to lead songs in masses and performs at school concerts.

Music Survey

Foundations of music history and technique

Music Theory I & II

Fundamentals of music theory; geared toward students wishing to major in music in college

Band and String

Lessons offered to high school students at no additional cost

Dance Program

Introduction to Dance

Freshmen may elect to take dance to fulfill either a physical education or fine arts credit

Dance Technique for sophomores

Dance Technique for juniors

Mt. Carmel Players

View the Mt. Carmel Players web site

Information about the Spring 2014 show "Broadway Our Way"

Admission to Grades 6 to 8

Grades 6 to 8 Admission Process

If you have any questions please contact us online or call the admissions office at 410-238-1163.

Step 1 – Admissions
Complete the application for admission
Submit a copy of your child's transcript including current and prior year's report card(s), copy of standardized test scores, copy of any documentation related to specialized testing, IEP or special services/accommodations provided for your child.  These documents will be reviewed.
Complete the Financial Aid Form (optional).

Step 2 – Registration
After receiving your acceptance letter, do the following:
Complete the required registration forms. These forms can be downloaded from home or obtained from our Admissions Office.

Step 3- Testing
New students will be required to take a placement test once they are registered. Testing is not used for acceptance, but rather for placement. Please call the Admissions Office at 410-238-1163 to schedule your child's test.

In addition to the registration forms, parents should present birth and baptismal certificates, Social Security number, immunization records, custodial records, and general health reports for students entering the school. The Baltimore County Health Department determines required immunizations. Mt. Carmel follows these requirements. Each child entering Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School must have a current physical form. These forms must be returned by July 30th. Families interested in enrolling children in the Extended Care Program must submit the required forms.
Complete these optional forms

Parish Membership Form

Schedule an appointment to return your registration forms with your $290.00 (prior to July 1) or $350.00 (after July 1) non-refundable registration fee.
If you are enrolling your child(ren) during the current school year, please call the admissions office for specific instructions regarding meeting with principal and testing.

Admission into 9th grade

Grades 9 - 12 Admission Process

The deadline for the 3-step application process below is March 9th. Afterward, students are subject to a space available basis.  Before beginning, review the important admissions dates and financial aid, scholarship and grants information.

If you have any questions please contact us online or call the admissions office at 410-238-1163.

Step 1 – Admissions
Complete the Mt. Carmel Private Application
Send us either your Archdiocese information release form from your Catholic Elementary School or your middle school transcript if you attend a public or independent school.
Complete the Archdiocese High School Placement Test offered December 1, 2012.
Call 410-238-1163 to schedule an on-campus interview
Schedule a Shadow Day and spend a day at Mt. Carmel with a current freshmen or sophomore as your guide
Complete the Financial Aid Form (optional). Please note: Financial aid awards are only offered to applicants who have completed the admission process.
Step 2 – Registration
After receiving your acceptance letter, do the following:

Complete these required forms:
Registration Form
Record Release Form
Talent Agreement form
Enrollment agreement
Families must also complete on-line registration with FACTS Management to enroll and set up their tuition account.
Course Selection (please contact the admissions office for this form)

Complete these optional forms:
Varsity Sports Survey
Volunteer Information
Art Scholarship Application
Dance Scholarship Application
Music Scholarship Application
Submit Immunization Records
Attend Welcome Night or schedule an appointment to return your registration forms (below) with your $500.00 non-refundable registration fee.

Step 3 – Enrollment
Before beginning classes, do the following:

Complete the Math Placement Test in the Spring
Complete and return medical form
Complete and return dental form
Attend Freshmen Orientation

Information for Elementary School Parents

Facts Management Enrollment Company

Harassment or Intimidation (Bullying) Reporting Form

School Medicine Administration Authorization Form

2013-14 School Calendar

Grandparent Mug Order Form

April Lunch Menu

March 2014 Newsletter

President's Letter March 2014

October 2013 Newsletter

November 2013 Newsletter

January 2014 Newsletter

Fine Art Elective Courses

Art 9: Introduction to Art

The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to a variety of materials, skills, and applications in the visual arts. The elements of art and principles of design are explored through drawing, painting, printmaking, design, sculpture and art history.

Art 10: Art Appreciation

Art Appreciation is a one semester course that includes a review of the elements of art and principles of design. Students will be introduced to aesthetics and art criticism and will experiment in various media as the artist would.

Art History I and II

Students have the option of taking one or both semesters of this course. Art History I, offered in the fall, will explore the history of painting with a focus on art vocabulary, famous artists and works of art. Art History II, offered in the spring, will focus on art movements, modern art and artists. Students will complete a visual journal to enforce vocabulary and historical information.

Third Dimension

This course focuses on three dimensional sculptures in a variety of media such as found objects, paper and clay. Students will use problem solving skills to create unique works of art.

Arts and Crafts

This class is for the student who has no previous experience in art; though it is open for anyone who enjoys crafts. Students will work at their own pace to create fun, often utilitarian, works of art.

Introduction to Drawing and Design

The purpose of this course is for the student to use their art background to further artistic growth. Attention will be focused on drawing technique, composition and how the elements of art and principles of design determine the strength of their overall work. Students will further their individual talents through materials and techniques not used previously.

Art Studio

This advanced course is for the serious art student. Attention will be focused on independent study with sophistication of technique and quality of composition as prime objectives. Portfolio development will be emphasized.

Independent Art

This course is similar to Art Studio, but allows the student the choice of working in a specific medium. Students wanting to study art in college would benefit from this course.

Photography

Photography is a one semester course that gives students an introduction to proper usage of the SLR manual camera, darkroom methods, digital photography and a basic history of photography.

Intermediate - 4th and 5th Grades

Instruction at the fourth and fifth grade level encourages problem solving, the development of receptive and expressive language skills, thinking and reasoning.  Religion instruction focuses on the fundamentals of faith. Students receive instruction in religion, mathematics, English, reading, science, social studies, art, computer technology, physical education, and music. Progress reports, interim reports, Power School information, and conferences provide evaluative information. 

Primary - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades

Students in the primary grades develop reading, writing, phonics and language skills.  Mathematics instruction focuses on basic skills.  Religion, reading, phonics, handwriting, English, mathematics, spelling, science and social studies are taught daily in a self-contained classroom setting.  Students receive specific instruction in art, music, physical education, and computer technology each week.  Manipulatives and computer use enhance instruction.  Teacher observation, homework, class work, and teacher-administered assessments evaluate student performance.  Progress reports, interim reports, Power School information, and conferences provide evaluative information. 

Early Childhood - Pre-K 3, Pre-K 4 and Kindergarten

Our Lady of Mount Carmel’s Caring Place Pre-K and kindergartens provide an opportunity for children to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically within the nurturing and loving environment of a Catholic school.  Religion, mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, art, and music are integrated.  Thematic units encourage creativity, exploration and cooperation.

Each Early Childhood teacher has a full-time teaching assistant. All students entering kindergarten are assessed by means of the Brigance Screening.  Kindergarten instruction focuses on reading readiness skills, phonetic awareness, letter-sound recognition, sight word recognition, number sense, sequencing, problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Academics

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Lower School provides educational opportunities for children in grades pre-k-3 through five.  Our curriculum meets the requirements set forth by the Department of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Baltimore as published in the Elementary Course of Study, the Maryland State Department of Education, and the National Councils for Teachers of Science, Mathematics, and Social Studies.

Teachers and administrators meet regularly to develop specific curriculum area goals that will lead to student achievement as measured by standardized testing and teacher-administered assessments.  The faculty works both individually and in curriculum mapping teams to map each area of the curriculum, participate in peer mapping review and develop essential maps that will meet student and curriculum needs and curriculum standards.

Parents are informed of student progress through interim reports, progress reports, Power School, and parent conferences.

Link to our standardized test scores.

Schedule a Visit

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Athletics

The focus of the athletic program is to teach Christian character to our student-athletes in a competitive environment.  This competition prepares them for the life they will lead after they have left our fields and courts.  Our goal is to teach our student-athletes to compete with a level of respect for their competition, the officials, the spectators and themselves.

 

           

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School

Camp Carmel

Session I- June 23- July 18

Session II- July 21- August 15

Come and experience the fun of learning while doing. We will be exploring reptiles, how things work, sea animlas and much, much more!

 Contact the school office for additional information at 410-686-0859.

Download a brochure and registration form here.

7th Annual James "Pop" Reynolds Golf Outing

 

Proceeds benefit the James "Pop" Reynolds endowed scholarship fund. The scholarship is awarded to a Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School 8th grade student who continues their education at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School for grades 9-12 and who shows a commitment to service. The endowment fund currently is over $20,000.00, so please join us!


Download Brochure Here

Date: Monday, June 30, 2014

8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
at
Rocky Point Golf Course


Agenda
7:00 am
Registration/Continental Breakfast/Range Open
8:00 am
Shotgun Start
10:00 am
Hot Dogs, Beer, Soda & Water
Available at the turn & on course
1:00 pm
Lunch/Door Prizes/Raffle
2:00 pm
Awards

Cost: $100.00 per golfer

Price includes:
Golf
Continental Breakfast
Beer, Soda and Hot dogs on course
Catered Lunch (Bull Roast Menu)

*Single golfers are welcome and also direct contributions to the fund*

Registrations are due by June 23, 2014 please contact Tom Rose if your have any questions at 410-238-1164 or trose@olmcmd.org

Register by:
Online Below
Mail or Phone 410-238-1163

Sponsorship Packages

Outing Sponsorship - $3000.00
Consider being a sponsor for the entire outing. Includes personalized signage, recognition throughout the day of the event and any pre-event communication.

Golfer's Gift Sponsorship - $2500.00
Consider having your company logo imprinted on the gift given to every golfer.

Lunch Sponsorship - $1000.00
Consider being the catered lunch sponsor at the conclusion of the outing. Includes personalized signage and recognition at the lunch.

Silent Auction Sponsorship - $500.00
Consider being a sponsor for the silent auction of sports memorbilia during the golf outing. Includes personalized signage and recognition during the silent auction.

Contest Hole Sponsorship - $500.00
Consider being a sponsor for one of the par 3 prize holes. Includes personalized signage at a par 3 hole and recognition as prizes are awarded.

Tee/Hole Sponsorship - $150.00
Consider being a sponsor for a hole or tee box. Includes your company name and logo displayed at a hole or tee box that is not a par 3
contest hole.

Register Online for the Golf Outing

Step 1

Enter the total amount you would like charged to your credit card for the event in the "golf outing payment" box.

Example
Foursome: 400.00
Hole/Tee Sponsor: 150.00
Total : 550.00

   Step 2

Please write "Golf Outing" and enter the name of the golfer(s) and team captain with a contact phone number and/or sponsorship information in the "Team Captain & Sponsor Information" box.

Step 3

Click on the secure order form button to complete your transaction
 

Spirit Wear is Here!

Show your school spirit with the latest in Cougar Gear.  Cougar Gear is designed to be worn by students and parents a like and is awesome for the sidelines, after school wear and in school tag-days.  Cougar Gear consists of:  hoodies and sweats, short and long sleeve t-shirts, hats, caps, and much more. 

Important Admissions Dates

Shadow Day– Available after October 1st (The required interview may be completed during the shadow day visit).

Open House – Tuesday, October 22, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Archdiocese Placement Test – Saturday, December 7, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Registration is at 8:30 a.m.

Mt. Carmel Private Application Due – Friday, January 3, 2014

Archdiocese Application DueFollow Elementary School Deadline

InterviewsJanuary - February or during the shadow day visit in the fall. Required.

Admission/Scholarship Letters MailedThursday, February 13, 2014

SPRING OPEN HOUSE- April 27, 2014 1-3pm

Dance Scholarship Auditions-April 23, 2014 Click here for requirements

Art Scholarship Submission Deadline- April 11, 2014 Click here for requirements

Music Scholarship Deadline- May 1, 2014 Click here for requirements

Welcome Night for Incoming Freshmen/New Accepted Transfers ­– May 7, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
 

International Students

In past years we have had international students attend and graduate from Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.  The countries represented in past years are listed below.

                 
             Brazil                                     China  

           

                   Croatia                                   Lithuania

            
            Nigeria                                   Slovakia

Program for International Students from China

Brochure

China Contact

Financial Aid, Scholarships and Grants

Tuition Grants/Need-Based Financial Aid

These range from $500 - $1500. Forms are available at the time of registration and students can re-apply on a yearly basis. Please click here to download a financial aid application. These applications are due February 1, 2014

Please click here to view more financial aid and scholarship opportunities.

FACTS Grant and Aid

These grants are available to students in grades K-12. On line application is required by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Families may apply online here.
Information in Spanish, please click here.
 

Memorial Scholarships

Sponsor students through gifts given as a memorial or in honor of someone.

Father Don McMaster Scholarships

This scholarship of $1000 is awarded to freshmen who have earned the highest rank in Mathematics, English, and overall achievement. These scholarships are renewable each year as long as the student has achieved success in academics and has exhibited exemplary behavior.

The awards are offered based on the following criteria.

  • Scholarship/Admissions/Placement test
  • Elementary and Middle school performance
  • Eighth grade standardized testing information
  • Interview
  •  

IMPACT SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is designed to reward individuals for their academics, character and talent. Scholarship recipients will be individuals entering grades 9-12 that will make an impact in the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School community. IMPACT stands for Individuals Motivated to Perform through Academics or Character or Talent.
Click here to download an IMPACT Application.

 
Art Scholarships 

These are $500 awards and are available to incoming freshmen. The scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit a high level of interest and talent in visual art. Works must be submitted through the Art department.
Download requirements here.

Dance Scholarships

These are $500 awards, and are available to incoming freshmen. An audition class is held once a year in the spring. Students should be prepared for a jazz technique dance class. The scholarships are awarded to students who display the following criteria:
Interest in Dance
Are in good academic standing
Exhibit behavior according to the Mt. Carmel philosophy

Download requirements here

Music Scholarships

These are $500 awards, and are available to incoming freshmen. The scholarships are awarded to students who display an interest and talent in either voice or instrumental performance. Students must remain active in the music program and carry a 3.0 grade point average. The scholarship is renewable every year. Auditions are held in the spring. Download requirements here

High School Scores and Schedules

Please visit OLMC Athletics Facebook page for up-to-date announcements

Fall Sports

Football
Men's Soccer
Women's Soccer
Women's Volleyball
Cheerleading

Winter Sports

Men's Basketball
Wrestling
Women's Basketball
Cheerleading

Spring Sports

Baseball
Golf
Men's Lacrosse
Women's Lacrosse
Softball
 

Download a schedule here

Download a schedule here

Download a schedule here.

Mt. Carmel Sports Camp

June 16-20, 2014

The sports camp is for students entering grades 1 through 8 and run by the Mt. Carmel high school athletic department and a certified athletic trainer will be on-site. The camp uses the High School gymnasium and athletic field. Camp is offered for one week and begins at 8:00 a.m. with extended care available beginning at 7:30 and until 5:00. It focuses on teaching the rules and basic skills needed to play various games and sports in a fun, non-competitive atmosphere. All abilities are welcome!

Download a brochure and registration form here.

Contact: Email Mike Naunton or call 410-686-1050

Admissions

Selecting the right school for your child is a careful and considered family decision. At Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, your child will flourish in a co-ed, close-knit sprititual community that will prepare your child for college. Your child will develop character, embrace leadership, and gain compassion for others. Choose Our Lady of Mount Carmel because your greatest hope is that your child will grow to be a citizen of character and faith. We invite you to explore all that Our Lady of Mount Carmel has to offer your child and we stand ready to offer any assistance. 

Alumni at OLMC

Welcome Alumni! The Alumni Relations Office is here to help you reconnect with Mt. Carmel, remember fondly your days as a student here, and help us progress in the future. Whether you return to campus regularly or haven’t been since graduation, we’d love to hear from you. You are an important part of our history and a key to our future. The seeds you planted are now blossoms for our current students.

Future Cougars

New for 2012...
send us the birth announcement for your "Future Cougar" and we will send you a Welcome Baby gift!


Thanks to Jennifer Copes Nickerson, Class of 1993 and her daughter Lucy for being our model!!!

Send announcements by email to lcummins@olmcmd.org or by mail. Be sure to include a photo that we can add your news to the website!

 

        

Missing Alumni

While you are here, please take a look at our missing alumni. These graduates do not have current contact information on file with our office. If you can assist us in locating your classmates, please contact us!  Our goal is to locate as many alumni as possible. If you find yourself on our list, it could mean that we received returned mail and your address is not on file. Please update your profile.

Update your profile or Contact us about Alumni News!

 

 

1963

Dennnis Cignatta
Leslie Pastor Hunt
John Reilly
Karen Oberle Whiteside
Joseph Zuchowski

1964

Donna Anthony
Martin Baikauskas
Margaret Bauerfeind
Rita Slowik Carnes
Delores Christ
Mary Kershaw Davis
Joseph Gummer
Teresa Hall
Christopher Hojnowski
Dennis Keatley
Michael Lasky
Maryanne Marzullo
Kathleen Anzick Miller
Michael Pickell
Linda Przybykski
Ann Purcell
Mary Tudor Rappold
Kathleen Russell
Louise Silkowski
John Wagner
Kathleen Watson

1965

Elizabeth Enmeier Cramer
Mary Mueller Deane
Janet House Harker
Philip Hoesch
Patrick McKenzie
Geranda Drozd Miller
Mary Ellen Wagner Miller
Sr. Louise Poklemba
Franklin Regulski
Andrea Van Klavern Stachowsky
William Stevens
Vincent Wheeler

1966

Barbara Bausch
Angela Sopka Meeks
Albert Wichert

1967

Mary Castor Haus
Howard Holt
Margaret Pierce Joynes
John Rushton

1968

Susanna Cummins
Marcella Durham
Susan Walsh Kalb
Edna Schrimer Kennedy
Carole Mattheu
Beverly Bader Metzgar
Mary Jean Allan Pencarski
Michael Robertson
Mary Petersam Steffy
Judith Taylor
Kathleen Spillane Westfall
Deborah Bowersox Wheeler
Barbara White
Elizabeth Morris Whiteside
Barbara Zepp

1969

All Accounted For

1970

Diana Brenner
Mary Christ
Bonita Devett
Michael Efford
Antoinette Esposito
Barbara Kowalski Ferguson
Charles Ferguson
Gerald Fiddes, Jr.
Genevieve Fisher
Sarah Grothe
Patricia Horst
Paul Kozlowski
Joann Lazzaro
Donna Domina Meager
Carol Contrino Moudry
Susan Novak
Wayne Piotrowski
Mike Reier
Kathleen Schieffer
Elaine Peterson Vacca
Charlene White
Kathleen Winiecki
Keith Woodward

1971

All Accounted For

1972

Janice Baranowski
Deborah Ashe Bateman
Isabel Chaillou
Patricia Contrino
Gary Gould
Debbie Guldan
Joyce Heinemeyer
Linda Malinowski
Dorothy Baker Maultsby
Janet Roppelt
Christine Sasada
Paul Vrablic
Terrance York

1973

Terrisedia Albright
Joan Bialecki
Marry Mazziott Blackburn
Charles Cary
Kathleen Colflesh
Daniel Dillon
Kathleen Fowler
Dean Gawles
Joseph Grabowski
Anthony Hajewski
Bernadette Hamilton
John Mathis
Sharon Miller
Joanne Mooney
Mary Ann Porter
Terry Schiefer
Frances Estes Sprainis

1974

Kathy Chmura
Claire DiPietro
Denise DuCharme
Rosalie Plansky Fischer
Kathleen Foehrkolb
Monica Jako
Sandra Michalski
Karen Nowakowski
Donald Richards
Linda Rossi

1975

Patricia Bisasky
Anna Maureen Coon
Colleen Deady
Helen Devlin
Debbie Dorn
Carol Dugent
Katleen Hagan
Susan Hagan
Theresa Hoerl
Sharon Jaworski
Patricia Kershaw
Michael Kwiatkowski
Norman Lacher
Denise McCord
Edward Pitrowski
Deborah Porter
Patricia Porter
Denise Schmitt
Kathleen Tauber
Joyce Behr Wright
Nancy Zepp

1976

Mary Benzing
Mary Craig
Debbie Ochab Davis
Deborah Smith Franco
Donna Frate
Dianne Hagan
Deborah Hall
Gary Hartman
Maryann Ashe Hiteshaw
Dawn Jacob
Regina Michael Meyers
Kathleen Moorman
Dianne Nark
Renee Nowak
Gary Ricko
Yvonne Ryan
Frances Schubert
Nancy Szymanik
Bonnie Townsend
Beatrice Tyszko
Dolores Walters
Thomas Wood
Christine Zaworski

1977

Karen Buczkowski
Theresa Buttiglieri
Mary Clare DeMatteo Cole
Pamela Giordano
Sharon Hall
Dawn Heinle
Sherry Kimbrew
Karen Klein
Neva Lilly
Kimberly Lorenzo
Patrick Perkins
Monica Neary Pindell
Robin Beyer Raul
Kathleen Riley
Dianna Fischer Reynolds
Jayne Brocato Sandler
Robin Scroggs
Harley Smithson
Mary Jane Szmajda Smithson
George Wagner
Kathy Woods
Barbara Zebron

1978

Regina Branciforte
Janis Brocato
Karen Campbell
Charlotte Caravello
Susan Caudill
Christine Englemann
Lucila Yanaurio Guervarra
Michele Nichols Gugliotta
Donna Jaworski
Donna Kirsch
Susan Laskey Kitchen
Patricia Croghan Lingerman
Rita McCardell
Louise Koppelman McDermott
Kathryn McTague
Bernard Miceli
Stephen Moorman
Barbara Piccione Rayner
Pamela McDonald Sowinski
Mary Sterling
Barbara Stevens
Betty Sausnock Teets
Chrystal Trent
Lynne Wolfe
Claire Zeunges

1979

Katherine Baker
Cynthia Ches
Sandra Eaves
Laura Kaczmarek Hofmann
Colleen Rczniak
Bonnie Brown Smith
Robert Swiderski
Mary Alluisi Tucker



 

 



 

 

1980

Jolea Argabright
Kimberly Kemp Bennett
Melissa DeFrank
Greg Goeller
Catherine Hatle
Rita Kowalski
Michele Precht Mendez
Valerie Potrzuski
Deborah Raczniak
Joseph Romanowski
Annette Ryan
Vincent Tenaglia
Jackie Vines
Ray Witczak
Judith Zappardino
Bonnie Zielinski

1981

Robert Black
Deborah Bowdin
David Dieter
Katherine Durham
Michael Holland
Thomas Hughes
Dennis Jackman
Salina Kauffman
Cheryl Pironski Kimos
Lynette Maranovich
Jennie McGee
Dawn Taylor
John Weber

1982

Karen Black
Theresa Rainer
Julia Nelson Wike

1983

Anatoli Amarantidis
Michelle Betz
Veronica Fletcher
Debra Foster
Shari Henderson
Scott Holokai
Patricia Huffman
Sharon Kenney
Donna Schaefer Kick
Jacqueline Kozan
Jerome Rosenberger
Robert Sauter
Mary Vojik
Diana Wunder

1984

Angel Baamonde
Alfonso Camardella
Brenda Federowicz Mayeski
Danielle Uhl

1985

Lida Jones
Raquel Baamonde Romano
Kenneth Waddill

1986

Lena Adams
Linda Brummett
Hye Ryun Pak
Daniel Wilson
Christine Yeich

1987

Martha Coffman
Michele Jelen
Donna Kucharek
John O'Brien
Hye Shin Pak
Donna Purvey
Alex Quion
Patrick Vancura

1988

Kristina Bulota
Renee Caccamisi
Sean Cunningham
Tracy Elsnic
Mark Frascatti
Phyllis Jaworski Smoot
Rodney Smoot

1989

Tony Better
Matthew Bisaha
Tas Bournousouzis
Shelley Hampton Davies Lishear
Paul Majors
Dawn Sokal Mason
Lisa Melody
Michael Straub

1990

Carina Dealico
Maria Grace
Enid Nicole Hall
Chastity Zurek Simmons
Melanie Sroka Yablonski

1991

William Bell
Chris Braunschweiger
Ann Madden
Trey Manuel
Chris Middleton
Chong Pak
Tara Robinson
Duane Starnes

1992

Amy Jenkins
Jeanette Long
Michael Meusel
Michael O'Hara
Du Pak

1993

Karla DelGallo
Luke Lewis
Donna Varella

1994

Angelana St. Rose

1995

Chris Garrison
Lisa Rhoden Higgins
James Kim
Steve Stran
Lloyd St. Rose
Veronica Zito

1996

William Isenhart

1997

Josh Bennett
Jeanette Kordek
Shannon Wiland

1998

Jennifer Cosgrove
Joseph Krotochvil
Suzanne Taylor

1999

Tiffani Simmons

2000

Jamie Brannock
Daniel McGowan
William Narvell
Christin Nowacki
Stephen Rusnell

2001

Sandra Kreller
James Snyder

2002

Ryan Beardsworth
Constance David

2003

Justin Bosse
Rachel Hessler
Jennifer Odle
Onyi Okoli
Jennie Owensby

2004

Jennifer Insley
Katie Wildt

2005

Jonathan Biscotti
Megan Zellers

2006

Ashley Stevenson

2007

Andrew Foote
Alexander Rivera

2008

Alison Guilliams
Gregory Johnson
Troy Franklin
Amanda Naumann

2009

All Accounted For

2010

Kristopher Jackson
Katerina Santoro

2011

Mary Ruland
Gabrielle Yuille

2012

Sara Rossi
Thomas Thornton

2013

Josh Hilditch

 



 




 

             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

12th Annual Cougar Basketball Camp 

Session I:  June 23-27, 2014
Session II: July 7-11, 2014

Cost:  $135.00 per session

Discounts available

Co- Ed

Extended Care available from 7:30 am - 9:00 am  & 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
 

 

The Cougar Basketball Camp is committed to providing the environment, organization, and opportunity for boys and girls, ages 6-16, to learn, develop and improve their fundamental basketball skills through a week of competition and instruction within their appropriate skill level or age group. The camp is directed by men's varsity basketball coach Tom Rose. The camp is offered for two separate weeks and begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m.  Extended care is available before and after camp for an additional $30.00 fee.

Download a brochure and registration form here.

Contact Tom Rose at trose@olmcmd.org or 410-238-1164.

Get in touch

If you have questions please contact us.


Click above to join OLMC PTSA on Facebook

2013-2014 PTSA Officers

President- Shannon Conway

Lower School Vice President- Jennifer Heid

Upper School Vice President- Judy McCafferty

Recording Secretary- Kerry Naunton

Corresponding Secretary- Jean Ashby

Treasure- Francis Kovalick

PTSA Minutes from 9/10/13

PTSA Minutes from 10/8/13

PTSA Minutes from 11/12/13

PTSA Minutes from February 2014

PTSA Minutes from March 2014

Women's Sports

Soccer

Our women’s soccer team competes in the IAAM C conference and is coached by Mr. Robb Bonner.  Coach Bonner is an alumnus of our school and is a member of our Athletic Hall of Fame, the school's Assistant Athletic Director and PE instructor.  Coach Bonner returns to the sidelines after coaching our team from 1993-98.  Our team lost a heartbreaking game in the 2011 finals only to redeem itself with an IAAM championship in 2012. The team has won the IAAM B conference in 1999 and 2012.

Volleyball 

Our women’s volleyball team competes in the IAAM C conference. Our coach is Ms. Nichole Reinhold, who is the head of our science department. A setter/captain on her high school team, Coach Reinhold played club volleyball at UMBC.  In the off season, Coach Reinhold coaches for Time-Out for Sports Club Volleyball.  Coach Reinhold is assisted by Ms. Kathy Jefferson, Class of ’09 and Mr. Brad Gartrell.  OLMC offers a JV team in Women’s Volleyball.   The 2012 varsity team made it to the IAAM semifinals. The varsity team won the IAAM championship in 1996 and 2000, and the JV was the 2004 and 2012 champions.

Basketball

After making back to back championship appearances in the IAAM C conference in 2005-06 and 2006-07, which included the championship in 05-06, the Cougars have fallen into a rebuilding process.  Coach Robb Bonner returns to the sidelines for a third season after coaching our team from 1993-99, including the 94-95 championship team.  Coach Bonner is an alumnus of our school, a member of our Athletic Hall of Fame, and is the school's Assistant Athletic Director and PE instructor.   The women’s basketball team has won championships in 1994-95, 1999-2000 and 2005-06.

Indoor Soccer 

After spending two seasons in the IAAM B conference, the team entered the IAAM A conference for the 2012-13 season. In their first A conference season our girls reached the semifinals.  The IAAM league plays all of their league games at the DuBurns Arena, and our team uses the SERRC for practices and non-league games.

Cheer 

OLMC offers a winter competitive/sideline team.  In the winter the team cheers for men’s and women’s basketball as well as wrestling.  The team also competes in approximately five competitions, and hosted our first ever competition in 2013.

Softball

A member of the IAAM C conference, our women’s softball team is coached by Ms. Dianne Kestler and Mr. Jamie Puller.  The team plays home games at Our Lady Queen of Peace parish.  Our softball team last won the championship in 1983.  The spring of 2013 saw our team win its division during the regular season, and advance to the semifinals for the second consecutive season. 

Lacrosse 

A member of the IAAM C conference, the team is coached by Mount Carmel alumna Stacey Shiflett.  In the spring of 2014, the team hopes to see the results of a rebuilding process, and compete for the 2014 title.

Transfer Student Admission Process

Transfer admission is offered on a rolling basis depending on the space in a particular grade. Before beginning, review financial aid, scholarship and grants information.

If you have any questions please contact us online or call the admissions office at 410-238-1163.

Step 1 – Admissions

  • Complete the Transfer Application
  • Submit your current transcript with immunization records
  • Schedule an appointment with the high school principal by contacting Laura Cummins at 410-238-1163
  • Complete the Financial Aid Form (optional). Please note: Financial aid awards are only offered to applicants who have completed the admission process.

Step 2 – Registration

After receiving your acceptance letter, do the following:

Step 3 – Enrollment

Before beginning classes, do the following:

Financial Aid, Scholarships and Grants

Tuition Grants

These range from $300 - $500. Forms are available at the time of registration and students can re-apply on a yearly basis.

Memorial Scholarships

Sponsor students through gifts given as a memorial or in honor of someone.

Father Don McMaster Scholarships

$1,000 award to freshmen who have earned the highest rank in Mathematics, English, and overall achievement. These scholarships are renewable each year as long as the student has achieved success in academics and has exhibited exemplary behavior.

The awards are offered based on the following criteria.

  • Scholarship/Admissions/Placement test
  • Elementary and Middle school performance
  • Eighth grade standardized testing information
  • Interview

Art Scholarships

These are $250 awards and are available to incoming freshmen. The scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit a high level of interest and talent in visual art. Works must be submitted through the Art department.

Dance Scholarships

These are $250 awards, and are available to incoming freshmen. An audition class is held once a year. Students should be prepared for a jazz technique dance class. The scholarships are awarded to students who display the following criteria:

  • Interest in Dance
  • Are in good academic standing
  • Exhibit behavior according to the Mt. Carmel philosophy

Music Scholarships

These are $500 awards, and are available to incoming freshmen. The scholarships are awarded to students who display an interest and talent in either voice or instrumental performance. Students must remain active in the music program and carry a 3.0 grade point average. The scholarship is renewable every year. Auditions are held in the spring.

IMPACT Scholarships

Individuals motivated to perform through academics, character or Talent. These $1,500 scholarships are offered to students based on the IMPACT they will make to the Mt. Carmel Community.
Please click here to download an IMPACT Scholarship Application

Boys Middle School Basketball
2013 Season

Please note schedules are subject to change

 

Team A

Click here to download a schedule

Wednesday Dec 4 @ Park-Play Day  3:30
Monday Dec 9 vs Perry Hall Christian 4:00
Wednesday Dec 11 vs Beth Tfiloh  5:00
Thursday Dec 12 @ Gilman   3:30
Tuesday Dec 17 @ Greater Grace  5:00
Tuesday Jan 7 @ Gerstell  3:45
Thursday Jan 9 @ Friends  4:00
Monday Jan 13 @ McDonough  3:30
Thursday Jan 16 @ Severn   3:45
Wednesday Jan 22 @ Baltimore Lutheran 3:30
Thursday Jan 23 vs Park   3:30
Thursday Jan 30 @ Beth Tfiloh  5:00
Friday  Jan 31 vs Glen Elg Country 3:45
Thursday Feb 6 vs Baltimore Lutheran 4:45
Monday Feb 10 vs Gerstell  3:45

Team B

Click here to download a schedule

Tuesday Dec 10 @ Beth Tfiloh  4:00
Thursday Dec 12 vs Park   3:30
Monday Dec 16 vs Key   4:00
Thursday Dec 19 @ Friends  4:00
Tuesday Jan 7 vs Gerstell  4:00
Thursday Jan 9 @ Baltimore Lutheran 4:45
Tuesday Jan 14 vs St. Paul’s  3:30
Wednesday Jan 15 vs Friends  4:00
Thursday Jan 23 vs Beth Tfiloh  4:30
Wednesday Jan 29 @ Park   3:30
Monday Feb 3 vs Baltimore Lutheran 3:30
Wednesday Feb 5 @ Key   4:00
Monday Feb 10 @ Gerstell  3:45
Wednesday Feb 12 @ St. Paul’s  3:30

Winter 2014 Season
Please note games are subject to change

Click here to download a schedule

Thursday             Dec           5            vs          Maryvale                                3:45

Tuesday              Dec           10           vs          Baltimore Lutheran                 3:30

Wednesday          Dec           11          vs           Friends                                 4:00

Friday                 Dec           13           @          St. Paul's                                3:30

Tuesday             Dec            17           @          Greater Grace                        4:00

Wednesday        Dec            18            @          Glen Elg Country School           3:45

Thursday           Jan             9             vs          McDonough                            3:30

Monday            Jan              13           @          Perry Hall Christian                  5:15

Wednesday       Jan              15            @         Baltimore Lutheran                  3:30

Wednesday       Jan               22           vs         Gerstell                                 3:45

Friday             Jan               24           vs           St. Paul's                               3:30

Tuesday           Jan              28           @           Friends                                 4:00

Wednesday       Jan               29         @            Maryvale                               3:45

Thursday          Jan               30         @            Beth Tfiloh                           4:00

Tuesday           Feb                4          @           Gerstell                                3:45

Thursday          Feb               6            vs          Glen Elg Country                   3:45

Monday            Feb               10         @            McDonough                         3:30

Fall 2013 Schedule Boys'  6th-7th
*please note game times/locations are subject to change

Please visit OLMC Athletics Facebook page for up-to-date schedules

Tues. September 17 vs Hereford MS 3:30
Fri. September. 20 vs Cockeysville MS 4:30 Spirit Day
Tues October 1 @ Park  3:45 Sugar Campus
Thurs October 3 vs Open Bible 4:00
Tues. October 8 vs Gerstell Academy 3:45
Tues. October 15 vs  Severn 3:45
Wed. October 16 @ Beth Tfiloh 4:15 Pikesville MS
Tues. October 22 vs Park 3:45
Thurs. October 24 @ Gerstell Academy 3:45
Wed October  30 @ Severn 3:45
Thurs October  31 vs  Beth Tfiloh 3:45

Fall 2013 Schedule Boys' 7th-8th
*please note game times/locations are subject to change

Please visit OLMC Athletics Facebook page for up-to-date schedules

Thurs September 12 @ Greater Grace 4:30 Herring Run
Tues September 17 @ Hereford MS 4:30
Thurs September 19 vs Perry Hall Christian 3:45
Fri September 20 vs Cockeysville MS 5:30 Spirit Day
Tues September 24 @ Park School Play-Day 3:30 Sugar Campus
Thurs September 26 vs St Stephen's 4:00
Tues October 1 vs Park 3:45
Fri. October 4 @ Baltimore Lutheran 3:30
Tues. October 8 @ Gerstell Academy 3:45
Thurs October 10 vs Baltimore Lutheran 3:30
Tues. October 15 @ Beth Tfiloh 4:15 Pikesville MS
Fri October 18 vs Gerstell Academy 3:45
Tues October 22 @ Glenelg CS 4:00
Thurs October 24 vs Beth Tfiloh 3:45
Tues October 29 @ Park 3:45 Sugar Campus
Thurs October 31 vs Glenelg CS 3:45

Men's Sports

Soccer 

Our men’s soccer team competes in the MIAA C conference.  Mr. Wayne Robinson, who joined Mount Carmel after two seasons as the Head JV coach at Archbishop Spalding, returns to the sidelines in the fall 2013.  Coach Robinson is the President and coach of the FC Barcelona Maryland soccer club.  OLMC has won soccer championships in 1981, 1982, 1983, 1989, 1995, 1999, 2000 and a JV championship in 2009.  The 2012 team advanced to the league semifinals.

Football

Mount Carmel is entering into its fourth season of football and third season of league play in the MIAA C conference. The team plays home games on the synthetic turf field at Eastern Regional Park.  The 2012 team matched the total of wins in the previous two seasons with four and reached the MIAA semifinals.  The 2013 season will see Coach Daryl Jackson take the lead of the program.  Coach Jackson played collegiately and coached at Morgan State University as well as at WEB DuBois HS in Baltimore.

Basketball

Coach Tom Rose, a former player and coach at Goucher College, saw his team reach the post season seven consecutive seasons in the MIAA B and C conference, including being ranked in three of those seasons.  Coach Rose was named Coach of the Year by the Baltimore Sun in 2007-08.  Our program has sent fourteen players onto college, including four at the NCAA DI level.  Our basketball team competes in the MIAA A conference and the Baltimore Catholic League.  The 2012-13 team won its first ever BCL tournament game defeating St. Frances, advancing to the semifinals. OLMC offers a JV and Varsity team.  OLMC has won basketball championships in 1982-83, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2007-08.

Wrestling

2008-09 was OLMC’s first season on the mat.  Coached by Mr. Tim Schoen, the team competes in the MIAA B conference as well as in many local and regional tournaments.   A 1982 graduate of Chesapeake HS, Schoen was county and state champion his senior year.  An assistant at Curley for ten years, Schoen was named the Mid-Atlantic assistant coach of the year in 1999. In only its second season, the Cougars have an overall record of 46-40.

Golf

Our Lady of Mount Carmel’s golf team competes in the MIAA C conference, calling Rocky Point GC their home course.  The team is coached by Mr. Jon Cupp, a member of our science department.  In recent years our school has sent three alums to Stevenson University to play NCAA golf.  The 2013 team advanced to the MIAA semifinals.

Lacrosse 

A member of the MIAA C conference, the Cougars are looking to rebound from a tough 2013 campaign.  Returning the majority of the team, the Cougars hoped to build on their experience and rise in the MIAA standings.

Baseball

A member of the MIAA B conference, the Cougars have reached the play-offs in thirteen of Coach Mike Naunton’s (246-193) twenty-one years of coaching. Assisting Coach Naunton is Mr. Scott Saffron, Mr. Paul Lagaz. ’11 and Mr. Michael Krannebitter ‘11.  Lagaz and Krannebitter were members of our 2011 championship team, and Saffron played the outfield at CCBC.  Joining the staff in 2013 is Mr. Ben Cummins ’93, a former all conference player at Mount Carmel.  The team plays its home games at Renaissance Park, which is immediately next door to our campus.  The Cougar’s have won baseball championships in 1984, 1988, 1989, 1992, 2001, and 2011.

Thank you to the many supporters of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School.

Please click here to view our 2012-2013 Annual Report

Please click here to view our 2011-2012 Annual Report.

Please click here to view our 2010-2011 Annual Report.

 

Fall 2013 Volleyball
*please note game times/locations are subject to change

Please visit OLMC Athletics Facebook page for up-to-date schedules

Tues. September 10 @ Maryvale  3:45
Thurs. September 12 @ Greatre Grace  5:30
Mon. September 16 @ Beth Tfiloh Play-Day 3:30
Thurs September 19 vs Perry Hall Christian 3:45
Wed. September 25 @ St. Paul's  3:45
Fri. September 27 vs Notre Dame Prep 3:30
Mon. September 30 vs Beth Tfiloh  5:00
Thurs October 3 vs Roland Park CS  4:00
Thurs October 10 vs Maryvale  3:45
Wed. October 16 vs St. Paul's  3:45
Thurs October 17 @ Open Bible  4:00
Tues October 22 @ Notre Dame Prep 3:45
Thurs October 24 @ Beth Tfiloh 4:30

Click here to print a schedule

Thanks for a great season!
Check back for our 2014 season.

Directions

Directions to Events PDF

Athletic Association

The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Athletic Association is a parish and community based organization providing athletic opportunities for children ages 4-15. Our association offers programs that compete both in the Archdiocese of Baltimore CYO leagues, local recreation council leagues and tournaments as well as in-house programs. The association offers the following sports: fall outdoor soccer, fall cheerleading, winter indoor soccer (players need to have played fall outdoor) winter basketball and winter flag football. All of our coaches are STAND certified by the archdiocese, and our program provides an opportunity for high school aged young adults to return to the program as junior coaches.

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In order to contact someone in the athletic association, please contact the parish moderator, and he will either contact you or forward your concern to the appropriate chair:

Parish Moderator
Mike Naunton
410-686-1050
mnaunton@olmcmd.org

Schedule

Fall Outdoor Soccer

The association offers soccer for boys and girls from 4-15 years old. Our youngest age group, Under 6, practices once a week and plays a non-competitive game on Saturday’s. This is a co-ed in-house program. Our U8-U14 programs compete either in the CYO or CMSA league on the weekend.

Each team will typically practice twice a week beginning August 1st with games beginning around Labor Day. Boys typically play on Saturday, and the girls on Sunday. Teams will practice at OLMC, OLQP, Mars Estates ES or Celmer Field. Each team is eligible to compete in one tournament paid for by the association. The season ends in mid-November. Registration occurs in the spring.

*Celmer Field – Back River Neck Rd. to Bay Ave.  Bay to East Riverside, make a left.  Field about 50 yds. on left.

Fall Chearleading

Our Lady of Mount Carmel boasts one of the few if not the only cheer squads in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The cheer squad is for girls in grades K-5, and is a sidelines only team. The team begins practicing twice a week in early August, and will cheer one game a weekend. During the course of the season, the cheer team will cheer at least once for every team, boys and girls, U5-U14. Registration occurs in the spring.

Winter Indoor Soccer

Designed primarily for our outdoor teams to stay together, indoor soccer is a winter sport running from December 1st to April 1st. Our teams compete at local facilities, most typically FreeState on Saturday’. Players from our fall outdoor program have first opportunity to register. Registration occurs in the fall.

High School Athletics

Mount Carmel High School is proud to sponsor fourteen interscholastic sports. Our men compete in the highly competitive MIAA (Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association). The MIAA consists of most of the private schools in the Baltimore area. Our men routinely compete against such schools as: Boys' Latin, Friends, Park, Lutheran, Severn, St. Mary's, Glenelg Country and Sts. Peter & Paul to name a few.  In the winter of 2011-2012 our men’s basketball team will join the Baltimore catholic League. Our women's teams compete in the IAAM (Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland)which consists of most of the private schools in the Baltimore area. Our ladies compete against schools such as Mercy, IND, NDP, Seton Keough, Spalding, Mt. De Sales, Bryn Mawr, Maryvale, Roland Park, Catholic High, St. Mary's and Severn.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel has a certified athletic trainer at all home games and practices.  Our school has a team doctor affiliated with Johns Hopkins.  Our College Placement Program for student-athletes is overseen by Mr. Tom Rose, a former college coach and Associate Director of Admissions @ Goucher College.

 

Physical Form

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Athletics

The focus of the athletic program is to teach Christian character to our student-athletes in a competitive environment.  This competition prepares them for the life they will lead after they have left our fields and courts.  Our goal is to teach our student-athletes to compete with a level of respect for their competition, the officials, the spectators and themselves.

 

           

STAND

STAND  Training is mandatory training for all those wishing to work in ministry with youth and children. This process ensures the safety, protection, and care of minors and is an Archdiocesan requirement for anyone interacting with children in the Church, professionally or voluntarily.

     

 

Reunions at OLMC

Reunions are the perfect time to reconnect with former classmates. If it is your reunion year and do not see your class reunion information listed, please contact our office. We could use your help to gather your classmates and celebrate this milestone. The Alumni Relations Office is here to assist you in gathering classmates and spreading the word to classmates and former teachers about your event.

Upcoming Reunions

Class of 1982

September 15, 2012
6-9pm
Liberatore's Restaurant in Bel Air
Contact John Liberatore at jfliberatore@comast.net

Class of 2002

August 18, 2012
2-4pm
Reunion picnic
Renaissance Park
Guests are asked to bring a side dish or dessert to share and bring their own beverages.
Spouses and children are welcome
Rain date August 25
Questions? Contact Stephanie Wilkins Giese at stephaniegiese@aim.com

Class of 2007

Friday, June 29th, 2012
8pm
Marli's Dockside Grill & Crabhouse
203 Nanticoke Road
Baltimore, MD 21221
Drink and food specials will be available as well as raffles and door prizes.
Rsvp to Katie Lukehart K.L.Lukehart2@iup.edu
 

 

I Want to Plan a Reunion!

Download Our Reunion Planning Guide 

When planning your reunion, please remember to inform the Alumni Relations Office of your plans. We can help spread the word, post here on our website and even do a mailing for you!

 

Alumni Class Notes

A new place to get information about what your classmates are doing. To share your news with the Alumni Office, please email Laura Cummins at lcummins@olmcmd.org.

 

Class of 1963

Thank you to the classmembers who donated a gift to the Annual Fund in honor of their 50th Reunion.

Class of 1968

Condolences to the family and friends of Helen Walls Chiat. Helen passed on 9/13/13.

Class of 1974

Condolences to the family and friends of Linda Hock Toscano. Linda passed February 2014.

Class of 1975

Congratulations to Carol (Kriss) Ruggiero on the birth of her first grandchild, Jackson!

Class of 1992

Congratulations to Melissa Wozniak on the birth of her baby girl, Ava Leigh, on November 5, 2014. Congratulations Melissa!

Class of 1993

Thank you to the classmembers who donated a gift to the Annual Fund in honor of their 20th Reunion.

Class of 1998

Congratulations to Amanda Lasky on the birth of her daughter, Gracie Lin, in December 2013.

Class of 2007

Ces Kucinskas, signed a professional basketball contract with Surrey United.

Class of 2009

Zachary Arciaga has graduated from CCBC Nursing School as a Registered Nurse. He will be joining the Emergency Room team of nurses at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Class of 2011

Ian Arciaga is featured in the Coppin State Athletics commercial

Please note: Items submitted to the Alumni Relations Office is suject to editting and is posted as it is received beginning in September 2011.

Our deepest and sincere gratitude to the donors of the 2012 Annual Appeal
Donors as of 4/16/12

Bishop Rozanski Society ($1000+)

Margaret (McKenzie), Class of 1971 and Jerry Hodge
Rita and Michael Kurek
Most Reverend Mitchell Rozanski, Class of 1976
Monsignor Robert Hartnett
Kathleen Sipes

Monsignor Luca Society ($500-$999)

Edward and Pat (Carter) Copes, Class of 1964
Don DiBlasi
Joe and Cheryl Kinnear
Jo Ann (Weitzel) Lingner, Class of 1971
David Hall

Franciscan Guild ($200-$499)

Linda Dietsch
Mary Eisel
Richard Fabrizio, Class of 1964
John F. Fischer
Connie Flagg
Ray Hughes
Charles and Susan Knott
Charles and Kathryn LaHatte
Melissa Lawrence
Bernard Meagher, Class of 1964
Donald Miller
Sr. Michele O'Brien
Calvin and Beverly (Reynolds) Perkey, Class of 1966
Barb Petr
John and Donna Rasmussen
  In Honor of Amy Class of 2006 and Kathleen Class of 2004
John and Debra Sigai
Jeff Simmons, Class of 1977
Rev. Michael Triplett
Robert and Cheryl Willbanks
 

Principals' Club ($100-$199)

Christopher Ashby
Kenneth and Helen Biscoe
Barbara Blake and Steve Verch
Thomas, Class of 1964 and Patricia Bonner
Toni Borkowicz
Richard and Maryanne Campbell
David and Teresa Concordia
  In honor of Mark Concordia Class of 2009 and Lauren Concordia Class of 2006
Rita Denbow
Joanne (Baker) Dieter, Class of 1965
John Dolan & Carole Dolan, Class of 1964
William and Edith Etzel
Carol and William Falkenhan
Regina (Krawczyk) Frampton, Class of 1965
Helaine and Harry Freyer
Dolores Gallagher
Sandra Goslin
Larry & Carol Kinard
George Matysek, Jr., Class of 1990
Charlene Michaloski
Anthony and Susan Moken
Mr. & Mrs. Herb Naunton
Patricia Nowowieski, Class of 1974
Thomas Phillips, Class of 1965
Christopher Popp, Class of 2003
Mary Lou Poteat, ES Class of 1954
Ernest and Betty Rehmeyer
RJ Steck Construction Inc
Monsignor Kevin Schenning
Diana (Woronka) Sobotka, Class of 1965
Edward and Dorothy Sonberg
Lucy and Dieter Steck
Kathleen (Eitel) Wiley, Class of 1972
George and Michaela Yossif
 

Blue & Gold Club ($50-$99)

Doug and Christina Able
Advance Business Systems
Anonymous gift In Honor of Mary Suzanne Carneal, Class of 1965
Scott and Stacy (Heid) Baier, ES Class of 1986
Nicholas, Class of 1995 and Sandra (Rawlings), Class of 1992, Bisaha
Patricia Bowler
Stanley Clarkson, Class of 1990
Kerry (Weber), Class of 2002, and Andrew Deming
Terry & Patricia Dwyer
Barbara Eckhart
Leona Egner
Katie (Lam), Class of 1994, and Neil Fitzpatrick
Richard Gatto
Thomas and Donna Giampaolo
Dona Gmurek
Frederick and JoAnn Hickman
Cynthia (Vogt) Hobgood, Class of 1966
Joseph and Rita Kalb, ES Class of 1937
Kristine Weber Kirschner Jones, Class of 1998
Janine Ladzinski
  In Memory of Monica Kosiba, Class of 1973
Corinne Metger Lam, Class of 1973 and Tom Lam
Eugene Langellotto
Denise LeBrun
Gregory Matysek, Class of 1998
Fran Maurer
Pamela (Morris), Class of 1965 and Anthony Naporano
Patricia (Mooney) Oldakowski, Class of 1964
Frank Olga
Dave, Class of 1975 and Barbara Sauthoff
Kathleen Watson Seely, Class of 1964 and Jack Seely
Lisetta Sprinkel, ES Class of 1957
Kristi (Kinard), Class of 1993, and Eric Stacharowski, ES Class of 1989
Herman Strott, Class of 1963
Virginia and Gerald Urie
Charles and Cristol Wagner
 

Cougar Club ($10-$49)

Mary Albright
Tony and Pat Altiere
Gabor and Domenica Banai
Rose Ann (Concordia) Beall, Class of 1976
John and Mary Bennett
Angela Bentzley
Tom & Linda Cole
Jen (Russo) Conner, Class of 2005
Gene and Betty Foulke
Nicholas Frisone, Class of 2007
Robert and Pauline Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Gibson
Christopher Giordano, Class of 1979
Daniel Gittings, Class of 1996
Eugene and Shirley Goles
Loretta Griffith, ES Class of 1950
Gurski Family
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Heid
Mike and Mary Ann Hart
Jerry and Trudy Heid
Carla (Rossi), Class of 1986 and Eric Horton
Evelyn Jones
Ronald Koelbel, Class of 1997
Michael Korczynski, ES Class of 1959
Francis Kovalick
Kenneth and Geri Mattson, ES Class of 1972
Marian Mazan, ES Clas sof 1942
Karen (Lucian) Miceli-Baeuerle, Class of 1969
Monte and Connie Monteclaro
Sr. Elizabeth Novak
Vickie and John O'Brien
Dorothy (Geckle) Ogle, ES Class of 1947
Agnes Schenning Oldewurtel
Donna (Novak) Parr, Class of 1977
Anna Renault, ES Class of 1964
Conrad and Helen Ritter
Sharon (Vojik) Robust, Class of 1970
Catherine and Walter Rybank, Class of 1978
Sue Ellen (McSwiggin), Class of 1963 and Joseph Smith
Patricia Snyder
Dorothy Suehle
Wayne and Carol Terry
Sr. Margaret Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson
Janice Tourangeau, Class of 1970
Ellen VanDaniker
Rita Vestal. ES Class of 1942
Anne (Rasmussen) Wagner, Class of 1968
Rosemary Warnock
Bernard Wesolowski, Class of 1988
John and Helen Whalen
Matthew Wheeler, ES Class of 2008
Erica Wheeler,  ES Class of 2010
Diane Wieman
Melody (Brukiewa) Wright, Class of 1991
Sharon (Dugent) Youmans, Class of 1967
Lisa (Ziomek) Zepp, Class of 1979
Geraldine and Raymond Znamirowski

Cougar Soccer Camp              

The co-ed soccer camp is designed to develop soccer players from the ages of 6-17 to learn their full potential and thus work to that potential. Throughout the week, campers will focus on the fundamentals of the game. Each camper is given the opportunity to compete in an organized environment that is suitable to their age and/or skill level.  The camp is offered for one week and begins at 9:00 a.m. and finished at 4:00 p.m.

July 14-18th

Download a brochure and registration form here.

Contact Robb Bonner at rbonner@olmcmd.org for more information.

Fall & Spring Festivals

These festivals are a long-standing tradition at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. They are one of the biggest fundraising events for our school and parish.
Members of our school and parish communities pull together to make this community-wide event a success.

Spring Festival 2014

Friday, May 2nd, 2014      6-11pm
ALUMNI APPRECIATION NIGHT
Live Entertainment Featuring Voodoo Yahoos

 

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014     5-11pm 
Live Entertainment Featuring Voodoo Yahoos

Sunday, May 4th, 2014    1-8pm
Live Entertainment TBA
 

The festival features rides from Rosedale Attractions, games for prizes to suit every person's fancy, an indoor flea market, face painting, a food court featuring a variety of treats from Pit Beef, to hamburgers, to fried dough, to pizza, to crab cakes, a beer garden and LIVE ENTERTAINMENT.

Discount Ride Bracelets

Discounted ride bracelets are available for the Fall Festival. These bracelets entitle the holder to unlimited rides to any ONE day of the festival. Bracelet coupons are $12 in advance and $24 at the carnival. A great savings. You may purchase multiple coupons to use during each day of the festival. You can get your ride bracelets at the Parish Office Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT-no admission fee

Flea Market

An indoor flea market is held in the elementary school cafeteria during operation hours of the festival Friday-Sunday. Donations are accepted.
Please click here to download a flea market flyer.

Did you know that it takes 105 volunteers to run the festival for each hour of operation? If you are interested in working at the festival, either at a game booth, a food stand, or helping with inventory control away from the crowd, please contact Karen Weber at 410-238-1160.

Donations are always needed and welcomed. If you or your employer are interested in supporting this community wide event, please call the Development Office at 410-238-1163.

One time Gift:

Grades PreK to 5 Admissions Process

 Registration in the lower school follows the guidelines below:

  1. To enter the Pre-kindergarten-3-year-old class, a child must be 3 years of age by September 1st, as verified by birth or baptismal certificate.
  2. To enter Pre-kindergarten-4-year-old class, a child must be 4 years of age by September 1st, as verified by birth or baptismal certificate.
  3. To enter Kindergarten, a child must be five years of age by September 1st, as verified by birth or baptismal certificate.
  4. To enter first grade, a child must be six years old by September 1st, as verified by birth or baptismal certificate.
  5. Interested parties should contact the admissions office at 410-238-1163 regarding student admission.  Registration forms may be downloaded from our web site or obtained from the admissions office.  In addition to the registration forms, parents should present birth and baptismal certificates, Social Security number, immunization records, custodial records, and general health reports for students entering the school.  The Baltimore County Health Department determines required immunizations.  Mt. Carmel follows these requirements. Each child entering Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School must have a current physical form completed. These forms are due by July 30th. Families interested in enrolling children in the Extended Care Program must submit the required forms.
  6. Transfer students will be tested in reading, math, and language arts to help determine proper placement and grouping.  Academic, behavior and testing records will be reviewed prior to admission for all prospective students.  If test results or records show that the school programs may not meet the needs of the child, parents will be informed.
  7. Transfer students whose academic, behavior or testing records and results indicate potential difficulties at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel may be accepted on a probationary basis at the discretion of the principal.
  8. Since cooperation between the school and parents is vital, no registration will be considered final until a parent signature of agreement regarding the school philosophy and information compiled in the parent handbook is on file in the school office.

Re-registration Process

Re-registration for current students follows the guidelines below:

  1. Families of students seeking re-registration may download forms from our web site or obtained from the school office.  The re-registration forms and fees are due from each family in February. 
  2. Immunizations, as determined by the Baltimore County Health Department are required for ongoing admission.
  3. Re-registration will not be accepted if tuition and fees are in arrears. 
  4.   Since cooperation between the school and parents is vital, no registration will be considered final until a parent signature of agreement regarding the school philosophy and information compiled in the parent handbook is on file in the school office.

Athletic Department Physical Form

High School Open House (Grades 9-12)

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Come and experience Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School.  Visit with current students, faculty, parents and administrators and learn more about our academic, athletic and extracurricular opportunities.

 

 

Academics

The academic program at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel is designed to meet the needs of our diverse student community.  Each academic department provides learning opportunities that challenge students who are gifted as well as programs which support students who need additional assistance.  Classroom presentations, student interactions, and varied assessments reflect an understanding of and a respect for the individuality of the learner.  There is a focus across curricular areas to prepare students to be independent, life-long learners.   Technology is integrated into all areas of the curriculum so that students benefit from primary source material and develop skills that result in the ethical and positive use of information. 

Link to our standardized test scores.

Welcome to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School

Whether you are a parent searching for a great educational opportunity for your child, a current family seeking information, an alumni wishing to re-connect with friends, or an interested neighbor surfing the web, we hope that this site answers your questions and helps you get to know about the many educational opportunities available at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School!

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School provides programs which serve children from six weeks old to grade twelve!  Each segment of the program focuses on the particular developmental needs of that age child and provides a challenging academic experience in an atmosphere that allows faith, good character, and social skills to grow as well.  The Caring Place Pre-School and Early Childhood Center, located on the Our Lady Queen of Peace campus, serves children from six weeks to four years old providing full time child care as well as pre-school for threes and fours.  Our Lower and Upper School, both on the campus of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, serves kindergarten through fifth grade students and sixth through twelfth grade students respectively.    At every level we are blessed with the winning combination of great students, supportive parents, caring and competent faculty and dedicated administrators.  Young people thrive and achieve success!  Each year 95% of our graduates move on to college with confidence, a sense of service, strong academic skills, and the belief  that they can and should  make a positive difference in the world.

The educational outreach at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel began in 1927 with a four room elementary school.  As the years passed and enrollment grew, new wings were added to that small structure.  In 1959, a new high school was built on the campus serving the needs not only of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel but also many students in neighboring parishes as well.  Over the years the school has grown and changed with the needs of the times.  In 2010, the elementary and high school programs were formally joined into one Pre-K-12 school with a new administrative structure, the President/Principal model.

Over the years, blackboards and chalk have been replaced by computers and I pads, athletic opportunities have been expanded by the addition of many teams for both men and women at the middle and high school levels, and student interests have changed with the times.  Some important things, however, never change!  Students continue to use their gifts and talents to achieve academic success.   Our school community values the presence of every student.  Faculty and staff are committed to providing academic expertise and teaching information that will result in life long learning. Beyond academics, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel continues to take seriously our mission to graduate young people who are invigorated with faith, infused with knowledge, and inspired to serve!

We welcome you to learn about our community. Feel free to make the appropriate contacts for admissions, information, and to have questions answered.  We are always elated to share the great news about Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School!

Sincerely,

Kathleen Sipes
President 

Graduate Profile

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Upper School, faithful to its beliefs and mission, graduates students who are:

  • Effective decision makers and goal oriented individuals who base their actions on Gospel values and Catholic teachings.
  • Productive, interactive citizens who embrace a life of tolerance, openness, and integrity rooted in service to diverse local and global communities.
  • Well-rounded critical readers and creative thinkers who are able to apply skills and knowledge in the pursuit of a higher education.
  • Life-long learners who are technologically competent and academically prepared.
  • Persons of integrity who continuously apply their talents to meet the needs of an ever-changing society.
  • Successful adults who apply their knowledge and faith to the home, the workplace, and the community.

 

History

As one Catholic school faced closing its doors, its pastor along with the pastor and principal of neighboring, Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Baltimore, Maryland, envisioned a plan that would meet the needs of families in both parishes. Our Lady of Mount Carmel announced its plan to move the preschool program to the campus of the former school and open an early childhood center for children from six weeks through preschool age. This move created additional classroom space at Mount Carmel’s elementary school to welcome children from both parishes. A groundbreaking initiative for Catholic education, the Children’s Center illustrates the faith community’s commitment to foster Catholic education, to embrace the school’s mission to love, serve, and welcome, and to reach beyond the traditional view of a Catholic school.

Today, it is evident that the doors of Mt. Carmel do not limit the reach of its educational vision. Its programs are bursting with life; pre-k classes have doubled in size and the number of infants and toddlers has increased as well. The elementary school continues to provide outstanding academic programs as well as athletics, fine arts, and other extra-curricular activities. Middle school and pre-k students partner for monthly activities. The span of ages in the school sparks joyful learning and growth throughout the community. 

Archdiocesan Mission Statement

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore provide a Christ-centered education that is academically excellent and empowers students to reach their full potential –spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and morally. Fostered through robust collaboration among all stakeholders, the mission is accomplished through accountable leadership at all levels, ongoing and coordinated strategic planning, centralized efficiencies, and financial sustainability. 

Our Vision

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School creates a spiritual and personalized educational environment where children and adolescents grow, graduate and succeed as they move forward in life as effective thinkers and communicators, invigorated with faith and infused with knowledge.

Our Mission

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School invites, teaches and nurtures children and adolescents in a hospitable and familial program which is academically excellent and rooted in Catholic teachings. The school develops graduates who are life-long learners, who behave ethically, value the dignity of others and work for social justice.

Belief Statements

  • We believe that our Catholic faith must be the foundation of thoughts and actions.
  • We believe that service to others is a fundamental component of Catholic education.
  • We believe that each person is a sacred and perfect expression of God's love, worthy of respect.
  • We believe in providing positive, challenging, and supportive experiences for the development of each child and adolescent.
  • We believe that education is a mutual process wherein all students have the ability and responsibility to learn.
  • We believe that all students should experience success.
  • We believe that educators should be positive role models and foster academic excellence.
  • We believe that Catholic education inspires each student to live a life of integrity and grow spiritually, intellectually, and morally.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 

Founded in 1927, Our Lady of Mount Carmel School is a K-12, private, Catholic, college preparatory school in Middle River, Maryland.
The school also offers a children center at its Our Lady of Queen of Peace campus, which serves infants to 4 year olds.  
 

Quick Facts

History

Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School was established in 1959. The high school was opened to serve the students of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish as well as the other local parishes, with a college preparatory curriculum. Today Our Lady of Mount Carmel continues its college preparatory tradition while also enrolling students from Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, and Harford counties.

10 Facts You Need to Know about Mt. Carmel High School

  1. The only Catholic, co-educational high school in Baltimore County and has a student population of approximately 200.
  2. The average class size is 16 students.
  3. Over the past 5 years, 95% of graduates continued their education. 
  4. Graduates in the past two years received $5 million in scholarships and grants.
  5. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School offers a quality education on a personal level to children from Pre-K through grade 12.
  6. Students are offered Advanced Placement and College Courses the junior and senior year for no additional tuition cost. These courses offer college credit to our students. In the past an individual student has received as many as 17 college credits.
  7. The school offers 13 athletic teams and participates in two very competitive interscholastic private school leagues. MIAA (men) and IAAM (women). In the Fall, 2010, Mt. Carmel will added FOOTBALL to their list of athletic teams.
  8. Mt. Carmel recently added a Health Careers Fast Track that places students in special classes in Science and Latin and internships in the community to prepare students for careers in health care.
  9. All students participate in servicing learning projects during the school year. These projects teach students the importance of service to others while fulfilling the service hours required for graduation. A recent graduate accumulated over 300 hours of service during her career at Mt. Carmel.
  10. The STAR program is a program offered to students who may have mild learning differences or require additional support in the areas of Math and Reading. There is no additional cost to families for this program.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How many students are in the high school? 230
  2. What is the average class size? 16
  3. How many teachers do you have? 25
  4. How many students from the class of 2009 went to college? 92% are continuing their education; 8% went on to employment or the armed forces
  5. How much did the class of 2009 receive in scholarships? Over $1 million - more information on college placement
  6. What is the average SAT score? 1435

Quick Facts

Adolescence is a time of dynamic change. At Our Lady of Mount Carmel, we understand these complex changes and address the development of the whole person. Middle schoolers are especially inquisitive during this stage. In response, Our Lady of Mount Carmel provides an environment where learning is comprehensive and interactive. This total educational experience goes from the classroom to prayer services to club sponsored events. There are many exciting opportunities for growth and exploration as students develop a sense of self and service. Some highlights in the middle school program include:

  • academic courses
  • cutting edge technology which supports the curriculum
  • hands-on learning
  • foreign language program
  • interdisciplinary units
  • development of leadership and service
  • advisor groups
  • student government
  • activity groups
  • respect of individual talents
  • opportunities to develop social skills

History

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, consisting of only four classrooms, opened her doors in 1927 and welcomed elementary school children.  The program grew, grades were added, and the building expanded.   In 1959, a high school program encompassing grades nine through twelve was added, and an additional building and gymnasium was constructed on the campus.  Since those early years, Our Lady of Mount Carmel School has been both a learning community and a faith community.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel school was opened to serve the students of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish as well as the other local parishes. Today Our Lady of Mount Carmel continues its tradition while also enrolling students from Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, and Harford counties.

Facts You Need to Know about Our Lady of Mount Carmel Middle School

  1. The only Catholic, co-educational middle school program that is directly integrated with a Catholic High School in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
  2. The average class size is 20 students.
  3. Our Lady of Mount Carmel School offers a quality education on a personal level to children from Pre-K through grade 12.
  4. All Students accepted at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, anytime from preschool to grade 12, are a part of our family and have a place at Our Lady of Mount Carmel until they graduate from high school.
  5. Middle school curriculum is integrated with the high school program in order to provide students with more opportunities to succeed.
  6. Graduates in the past two years received $5 million in scholarships and grants.
  7. Students are offered Advanced Placement and College Courses the junior and senior year for no additional tuition cost. These courses offer college credit to our students. In the past an individual student has received as many as 17 college credits.
  8. The high school offers 13 athletic teams and participates in two very competitive interscholastic private school leagues. MIAA (men) and IAAM (women). Beginning in the Fall, 2010, Our Lady of Mount Carmel will add FOOTBALL to their list of athletic teams.  The school also offer  6 teams that compete interscholastically, for our students in grades 6-8.
  9. All students participate in servicing learning projects during the school year. These projects teach students the importance of service to others while fulfilling the service hours required for graduation. A recent graduate accumulated over 300 hours of service during her career at Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How many students are in the middle school?
    152
  2. What is the average class size?
    20
  3. How many teachers do you have?
    20
  4. Does a student need to apply to Our Lady of Mount Carmel for high school if they attend middle school?
    All Students accepted at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, anytime from preschool to grade 12, are a part of our family and have a place at Our Lady of Mount Carmel until they graduate from high school
  5. Are middle school students allowed to interact with high school students?
    All of our students on campus have opportunities to interact.  Middle School students are always supervised in order to ensure their safety.   There is no time when students from the lower grades interact with high school students without direct faculty supervision.

     
     

Quick Facts

Daily School Schedule

8:00am to 3:00pm

Extended Day Schedule

Morning Care       7:00 am to 8:00 am
Afternoon Care    3:00 pm to 6:00 pm              

Extra-curricular activities

Athletic Association Sports
Band
Children’s Choir
Dance
Young Rembrandts Art Class

Student to Teacher Ratio

Kindergarten                         8 to 1
Grades 1 to 5                        20 to 1

Student Services

Full time school nurse
School Counselor
Student support team

Kids’ Café

Full-service kitchen serving mid-morning snack and lunch daily 

Nationally Recognized Program

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Elementary School and Children’s Center was one of twelve schools in the nation that earned the   2009 Innovative Schools Award by Today’s Catholic Teacher

School Fundraisers

Giant A+ Program-

Register your Giant Rewards Card to earn cash for our school. Use the following school codes:

01477- Mt. Carmel High School

02171- Mt. Carmel Elementary School
You must re-register your card each fall.  Click here to register your card.

Target Take Charge of Education

Designate Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Elementary or High School to receive donations when you use your Target REDcard.
Visit www.Target.com/tcoe to register your card. It's that easy.

Paper Recycling

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel has partnered with Abitibi Paper Recycling. Bring your magazines, newspapers, junk mail, etc and deposit in the green and yellow dumpsters located on campus. The more we recycle, the more money goes to the school. Please remember no cardboard, plastic or trash!

Box Tops for Education

Clip those Box Tops on products that you use everyday! Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Elementary School receives $.10 for each Box Top you send us. It's easy for you and cash for us! For a list of Box Top items, please use the following link.

http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/clip/Brands.aspx?WT.ac=UHP_PartProducts

 Cell Phone Recylcing

Do you have old cell phones sitting in a drawer? Clean out those drawers and send in those cell phones. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel receives funds from recycling your old phones!

   

Annual Appeal for the School

Your Annual Fund Investment Today Ensures Tomorrow for Our School

  Why does Mt. Carmel need an Annual Fund?

Mt. Carmel School strives to keep tuition affordable for all families who desire a personal, Catholic education. It is the most important ongoing fundraising program at Mt. Carmel. The fund is an insurance that Mt. Carmel will continue to provide a quality education on a personal level to our students.

How does Mt. Carmel use the contributions?

Annual Fund contributions are used for financial aid and scholarships to families who qualify. In addition, Mt. Carmel relies on the Annual Fund to cover the tuition gap,the difference between the cost to educate students and the amount of tuition. Faculty salaries, maintenance, renovations and academic programs are included in the cost to educate our children.

Why invest in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School?

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School is a unique community. We are one of the select few of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore that can boast the ability to serve infants through seniors in high school. You are part of our history and we need you to be a part of our future. You, our alumni, parents, and friends are our most important benefactors.

What should I contribute?

We offer for your consideration, six gift clubs. Please choose the club that best fits your financial commitments. What you give is greatly appreciated...the most important thing is that you do give! No gift is insignificant.

YOU CAN DOUBLE YOUR CONTRIBUTION WITHOUT COSTING YOU A DIME....

Many companies have a Matching Gifts Program. Please see your employers personnel or Community Relations Department for instructions on matching your gift.  

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School

Giving Levels

Bishop Rozanski Society     Gifts of $1000+

Monsignor Luca Society    Gifts of $500-$999

Franciscan Guild              Gifts of $200-$499

Principals' Club                Gifts of $100-$199

Blue & Gold Club             Gifts of $50-$99

Cougar Club                    Gifts of $10-$49

 

All gifts are tex-deductible and appropriate documentation will be provided upon receipt of gift.

Click here to make your gift now.

Our Deepest and Sincere Gratitude to the donors of the 2011 Annual Appeal
(as of April 15, 2011) 

Bishop Rozanski Society (Gift of $1000.00 +)

Margaret McKenzie Hodge HS '71
Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Oneal
Most Reverend Mitchell Rozanski HS '76
Mr. & Mrs. John Fitch

Monsignor Luca Society (Gift of $500.00 - $999.00)

Anna Mueller
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Porter
Jan Ashbaugh

Franciscan Guild (Gift of $200.00 - $499.00)

Don DiBlasi
Mary Eisel
Mr. & Mrs. Charles LaHatte
Jo Ann Weitzel Lingner HS '71
Barb Lynn
Barbara Petr
Jeff Simmons HS '77
Cheryl Wilbanks
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Doten
Beverly Reynolds Perkey HS '66

Principals' Club (Gift of $100.00 - $199.00)

Karen Huth Davis HS '70
John Dolan HS '64
Regina Krawczyk Frampton HS '65
Robert Gawryck HS '77
Patricia Nuth McDonough HS '82
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Moken
Patricia Nowowieski HS '74
Mary Lou Poteat ES '54
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Reynolds
Mr. & Mrs. Dieter Steck
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Varacalle
Helaine Freyer
Linda Dietsch
Charlene Michaloski
Micheal Eder
Gil HS '92 & Erin Reed HS '95 Lookingland
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Moken
Rita Denbow
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Urban
Mr. & Mrs. Dev Jagadesan
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Lord
Kathleen Eitel Wiley HS '72 
Matthew Brown HS '89
Debra Hanley
Fran Krannebitter ES '52 In Memory of Zachary Shiflett
Thomas J. Bonner ES '60, HS '64
George Matysek HS '90

Blue & Gold Club (Gift of $50.00 - $99.00)

Jan Ashbaugh
Mr. & Mrs. Scott Baier
Patricia Bowler
Charlotte Diffendal 
    

Mr. & Mrs. Roy Diffrient 
Mr. & Mr. Terrance Dwyer
Barbara Eckhart
Leona Egner
Bernard Feehley HS '77
Neil & Katie Lam HS '94 Fitzpatrick
Marlene Paskiewicz Freburger HS '68
Dolores Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Hickman
Stan Hierstetter
Denise LeBrun
Fran Maurer
George Parsons, Jr. HS '68
Carol Kriss Ruggiero HS '75
Mr. & Mrs. John Rybczynski
Dave Sauthoff HS '75
Lisetta Sprinkel ES '57
Kristi & Eric Stacharowski ES '89, HS '93
Christina Steck
John Zydalis
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Broznowicz

Cougar Club (Gift of $10.00 - $49.00)

Mr. & Mrs. Banai
Rose Ann Concordia Beall HS '76
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Goles
Loretta Griffith ES '50
Mr. & Mrs.  Mike Hart
Megan Kikola, HS '05
Mr. Francy Kovalick
Sr. Elizabeth Mary Novak
Dorothy Geckle Ogle ES '47
Frank Olga
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Ritter
Mary Rocks
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rybak
Angela Skonicki Bentzley
Meg Burke
Mr. & Mrs. Gene Foulke
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Heid
Michelle Karle Smith ES '92, HS '96
Patricia Lubawski Snyder
Joan Thomas
Sr. Margaret Maureen Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Norman Tomkowski
Ellen VanDaniker
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wagner ES '42
Rosemary Warnock
Sharon Dugent Youmans HS '67
Mr. & Mrs. John Whalen
Loretta Griffith
Diane Wieman
Mary Albright
Ellen VanDaniker
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Goles
Nicholas Frisone HS '07
Rita Hartman HS '84
Lisa Zepp HS '79
Michael Korczynski, ES '59
Matthew Wheeler, ES ,08
Erica Wheeler, ES '10
In Honor of Mary Sue Carneal, HS '65
Dorothy Suehle, ES '48

 

 

 

  

Accreditation

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, having met the requirements established by the AdvancEd Accreditation Commission and Board of Trustees, is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.

This accreditation extends to June 30, 2015.

Middle School Athletics

Just as middle school prepares students for high school academically and socially, the middle school athletic program begins to prepare them for high school athletics.

Teams will typically practice or play approximately three times a week after school. Student-athletes will be dismissed from school, report to the high school to change, where they meet their coach and report to athletics. Practice schedules are distributed on a monthly basis. Games occur after school as well, with half the games at home, and half the games at the opposing schools. The school WILL provide transportation to and from school for all away games.

The middle school teams are open for all students in grades 6-8. If cuts are required, the coaches are required to keep a mixture of students from all grade levels. Participating on the middle school teams is a voluntary commitment on behalf of the student and their family. As such, as an athletic department we expect student-athletes to attend all games and practices, as well as to keep their grades up. Although our teams do take up a good bit of time, I do not suggest middle school athletes leaving their weekend teams. Middle school athletics provides new and exciting opportunities, but does not provide the extensive schedules many athletes are used too.

 

Physical Form

 

Parent and Student Resources:

April Lunch Menu

April Newsletter

March Newsletter

February Newsletter

January Newsletter

December Newsletter

Grandparent Mug Order Form

November Newsletter

October Newsletter

Order New Textbooks

2013-14 School Dress Code

Physical Form

Service Hours Tracking Form

 

Full Day Pre School (3's and 4's)

happy child playing and smiling

Program Details

Providing that same nurturing and guidance, the preschool is an exciting environment where children can begin to discover the world around them through diverse encounters with language, math, science, and the arts.

Costs

$205/week full time
$50/day part time
 

Next Steps:

Toddler Program

toddler playing with toys in safety seat

Program Details

From imaginary play and circle time to independent exploration and literacy experiences, teachers create an environment that fosters both independence and self-assurance.

Costs

$245/week – 18 months old to 2 years

Next Steps:

Contact us to begin your child’s education

Infant Program

infant smiling into the camera

Program Details

In this environment, young children can explore their world in a stimulating and safe way. Teachers provide nurturing and love as they gently encourage exploration.

Costs

$265/week – 6 weeks to 18 months old

Next Steps:

Pre-school (3's and 4's)

preschool children posing with teacher

Program Details

Our preschool classes provide the opportunity for children to practice skills in a supportive environment. Our programs encourage the development of the child. We recognize that learning is a dynamic process requiring a curriculum closely matched to a child’s emerging competencies, needs, and interests.

Play is an important component of the early childhood curriculum. It is essential to a child’s s development. As a values based program, rooted in the tradition of Catholic education, The Caring Place Preschool invites children to grow and learn in the nurturing love of the faith community.

OUR PROGRAM

Our curriculum offers an abundance of reading readiness concepts which are presented using a multi-sensory approach to learning. Exposure to numbers and letter recognition will be intertwined daily in the curriculum along with verbal and listening skills. Emphasis is placed on exposure and experience rather than performance. Throughout our program there will be an attempt to nurture your child's spiritual growth. Through Christian Bible stories and songs, your child will learn that Jesus loves him/her and is a Friend and Savior.

OBJECTIVES

To introduce and model Christian values in a Christ-centered environment.

To give the child an opportunity to know success outside his/her home.

To encourage the child to think, reason and communicate his/her feelings.

To aid the child in his/her emotional and social development by encouraging self discipline.

To aid the child's development in preparation for his/her future education.

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

3 Year Old Program

         Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

4 Year Old Program

         Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Costs

4-year-olds (M,W,F morning) – $2,100
3-year-olds (Thursday morning) – $1,700

Registration Fee – $290

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Two's Program

two year old painting

Program Details

With greater self-assurance and ability, children in the Twos are provided more time to explore, learn, and play through hands-on activities and learning centers.

Costs

$215/week – 2 years to 3 years

Next Steps:

Tuition and Fees for the 2014-15 School Year

Lower School

Kindergarten

Tuition                           $5,740.00 per student
Book Fees                       $425.00 per student

Grades 1-5

Non Catholic Tuition        $7,675.00 per student
Book Fees                       $425.00 per student

Catholic                         $5,740.00 1 student
Catholic                         $9,890.00 2 students
Catholic                         $12,363.00 3 students
Book Fees                      $425.00 per student

Upper School

Grades 6-8

Non Catholic                  $7,675.00 per student
Catholic                        $5,906.00 per student

Book Fees                     $425.00 per student

 

Grades 9-12

All Students                 $11,985.00

Class Fees                    $425.00
 

Our Programs

children's center artwork

Philosophy

Expanding each child’s wonder of the world around us and integrate multicultural awareness are essential parts of the early learning experience in today’s world. Our programs intertwine skills to promote academic, artistic, emotional, and social development for children, providing instruction and guidance from teachers who specialize in these areas.

Objectives

Our programs intertwine skills to promote academic, artistic, emotional, and social development for children, providing instruction and guidance from teachers who specialize in these areas.

Art

Our art teacher creates art experiences for our small artists; these are imaginative opportunities for creativity and learning.

Movement

Our instructors lead children through joy-filled and musical motion and gross motor movement. The Movement Room is an indoor play room where children move and play each day.

Music

Music and song are infused into many facets of each child’s day. This program gives children time to explore music and rhythm.

Literacy

Our Book Nook is a place where children have time to read and share stories individually and with the class.

Multi-cultural Connection

Weekly themes encourage children to learn about the world around them.  Children explore other cultures and places through music, crafts, and language activities, such as our Spanish Word of the Day.

Hours

The Caring Place Child Care Center is open year-round with the exception of several holidays. Our childcare opens at 7am each day and closes at 6pm.

Directions

From 695: Take the Pulaski Highway exit toward Aberdeen. Drive north to Middle River Road.  Turn right on Middle River Road and drive to Bird River Road. Turn left on Bird River Road and follow 1.5 miles. The Children's Center is on the Queen of Peace campus at 10001 Bird River Road on the left.

From 95:  Take 695E toward Essex. Take the Pulaski Highway exit toward Aberdeen. Drive north to Middle River Road.  Turn right on Middle River Road and drive to Bird River Road. Turn left on Bird River Road and follow 1.5 miles. The Children's Center is on the Queen of Peace campus at 10001 Bird River Road on the left.

Facilities

The Movement Room

boy playing with a ball in movement room

The Movement Room is an indoor play room where children move and play each day.  Our instructors lead children through joy-filled and musical motion and gross motor movement.

The Book Nook

children reading books

Our Book Nook is a place where children have time to read and share stories individually and with the class.

The Discovery Room

discovery room at the children's center

Our Discovery Room is a place for messy fun and exploration.  In addition to their daily art activities, the lower school art instructor meets with children each week to help them create while developing fine motor skills in the context of shapes and colors.

The Playground

boy playing on playgorund slide

Our playground is a place for outdoor fun where children play each day.  This enclosed area has equipment for both younger and older children.  The playground is surrounded by protected, grassy fields and is the perfect place to build gross motor skills and learn about cooperation.

The Caring Place Children's Center

 

Serving the Parishes of Our Lady of Mount Carmel & Our Lady Queen of Peace

Children’s Center Childcare

Children are welcomed into the Children’s Center Childcare program from six weeks through preschool age. In small groups, our children learn to explore their world as they grow day by day.

Contact 410.687.8513 for more information

Middle School Cheer

2013-14 Season

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Thurs  Dec  5  Girl's Basketball   3:45
Mon  Dec  9  Boy's Basketball‐A  4:00
Tues  Dec  10  Girl's Basketball  3:30
                     Boy's Basketball‐A  4:45
Wed  Dec  11  Girl's Basketball  4:00
Thurs  Dec  12  Boy's Basketball‐B  3:30
Mon  Dec  16  Boy's Basketball‐B  4:00
Tues  Jan  7  Boy's Basketball‐B  4:00
Thurs  Jan  9  Girl's Basketball  3:30
Tues  Jan  14  Boy's Basketball‐B  3:30
Wed  Jan  15  Boy's Basketball‐B  4:00
Wed  Jan  22  Girl's Basketball  3:45
Thurs  Jan  23  Boy's Basketball‐A  3:30
                      Boy's Basketball‐A 4:30
Fri  Jan  24  Girl's Basketball  3:30
Fri  Jan  31  Boy's Basketball‐A  3:45
Mon Feb  3  Boy's Basketball‐B  3:30
Thurs Feb  6  Girl's Basketball  3:45
                    Boy's Basketball‐B  4:45
Mon  Feb  10  Boy's Basketball‐A  3:45

Ways to Give

There are several different methods of making a contribution to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish and/or Schools. Each method provides you, the donor, with attractive tax benefits and is suited to varying financial situations. The following will be helpful as you consider the best way to make your gift to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. We will be pleased to provide you with more information and assist you in making your gifts.

We always encourage prospective donors to seek the advice of professional counsel concerning the best giving option for them.

Please click here to see Wish Lists from teachers and staff.

Gifts of Cash

There is no easier way to garner a charitable deduction and support Our Lady of Mt. Carmel at the same time than by simply writing a check. The donor in the form of cash, through a check, writes most gifts made to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.

Gifts of Stock

It is almost always more tax-wise to donate stock rather than cash (if you have stock) because a gift of appreciated stock normally offers a two-fold tax saving. The donor not only receives a charitable gift tax reduction for the fair market value of the security, but also avoids the capital gains tax on the appreciation. 

Matching Gifts

Your gift can be doubled or tripled if you or your spouse's employer matches charitable donations. Please contact your Human Resources Department to ask whether yours is a participating matching gifts company. If so, simply request a matching gift form, complete and forward it to the Development Office at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. 

Pledges 

Scheduled payments over several months allow you to increase the amount of support to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.

Payroll Deduction

If your employer participates in a United Way Campaign, Maryland Charities Campaign and/or any Federal or City Campaign, you can write in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to receive your gift. Our United Way designation number is 4593.

Gifts of Insurance

A gift of life insurance is one way you can make a major contribution to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel at a relatively low cost. Gifts of life insurance can be made to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to benefit the Church, the Elementary School or the High School; you can even name a particular ministry with the church if you so choose. There are several possible ways to give the gift of insurance:

  • Donate an existing paid-up policy- Name Our Lady of Mt. Carmel as the permanent owner and beneficiary of the policy. You can deduct the "terminal interest reserve" (IRS language that means "approximately the cash surrender value") as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes.
  • Purchase a new policy- Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church or School can be applicant, owner and beneficiary of the policy. You make annual contributions to the Church or School that equal the premium cost. The designee then pays the premium. Your annual contributions are charitable contributions for income tax purposes.
  • Name Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church or School as beneficiary; retain the other rights of ownership- While you receive no income tax benefit, the parish and/or school ultimately receives the death benefit, and, while the insurance benefits will be included in your estate, your estate will be entitled to an estate tax charitable deduction for that amount.
  • Name Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church and/or School as contingent beneficiary- We receive funds should your primary beneficiary die before you.

Legacy League

We are proud to announce the formation of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Legacy League. Planned gifts help perpetuate the ministry of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Community. The following are brief explanations of some of the various ways you can make a legacy gift to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church and/or Schools.

Bequests

Bequests are the most frequent form of legacy giving. They are made part of a standard type of Will or can be added to an existing Will by means of a Codicil. Bequests can be made to the Church and/or Schools for as little as several hundred dollars or as much as several million dollars. You can either make a bequest for a specific dollar amount or leave a residuary portion of your estate-after all other distributions are made. This usually takes the form of a percentage ranging from 10% to 100% of the residual (leftover) estate.

The following is a sample codicil that you can use in preparing your Will:

I bequeath the sum of $_____ (or ___% of the residue of my estate) to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Roman Catholic Congregation, Inc., whose principle office is located at 1704 Old Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21221, for the benefit of (you name the specific ministry).

Charitable Gift Annuity

Charitable Gift Annuities have been a popular way to leave a legacy to the charity of your choice. Gift Annuities provide a guaranteed income stream for either one or two lifetimes (in the case of a spouse). Income can be received either immediately or on a deferred basis. Compared to CDs or low dividend stocks, it is possible to increase your income, get a charitable deduction, and make a wonderful legacy gift to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.

Catholic Community Foundation Trust Fund

One of the most interesting ways to leave a legacy is by setting up a trust fund in your name or family's name. This process has been made easier with the newly established "Catholic Community Foundation." Your trust is professionally managed by a permanent endowment trust and distributions are made in accord with your designation instructions. The minimum required is much lower than setting up your own private trust fund - $1,000 at account set-up and $25,000 either in the form of a bequest, gift annuity or some other means during your lifetime. You name the fund and the beneficiary, and, receive a tax deduction for the full value of the contributions.

There are other forms of legacy giving: Charitable Remainder Trust, Charitable Lead Trust, Unitrust, Qualified Retirement/IRA plans, and more

We would like to repeat the importance of using professional counsel to advise you on the best options for your personal situation. Your tax accountant or financial advisor will be able to explain all benefits that may apply to your gifts to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. 

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
Endowment Funds

Established through the Catholic Community Foundation

The Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School Endowment Fund

The Rev. Msgr. Robert L. Hartnett Fund

The Michele Bevans Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

The Joseph Cramer Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

The Romadka Family Endowment Fund

The Dr. Jeff Bunn Music Scholarship Fund

The Rev. Don McMaster Scholarship Endowment Fund

The Michael & Kathleen Sipes Scholarship Fund

The Norbert & Oriole Porter Scholarship Fund

The James "Pop" Reynolds Memorial Scholarship

The Baynes Family Endowment Fund

The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Elementary School Fund

The Sisters of St. Francis Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Henry A. & Mabel A. Bauernfeind Memorial Scholarship

Campus Ministry

Spiritual Life at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Believing that the faith and spiritual development of young people is of the utmost importance, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel provides an extensive Campus Ministry program which invites the participation of all members of our school community.  Campus Ministry includes retreats, Masses, prayer services, servant leadership training and service opportunities for all members of the school community.

Spiritual life at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel focuses on supporting young men and women as they become effective decision makers who base their actions on Gospel values and Catholic teachings. Campus Ministry has a philosophy of inclusiveness and all members of the school community are invited to participate. Through participation in service opportunities, retreats and liturgical celebrations all students are able to gain a greater sense of faith in God and each other.

Students develop an awareness of the needs of those in the community and learn to become a person of service based on the Gospel. Students can volunteer or be invited to become part of the Campus Ministry Leadership Team (CMLT) beginning as early as the second quarter of their freshman year.  This group delves more deeply into their “call” to leadership.  Students are trained as peer ministers, learn to plan prayer services and liturgies, develop and implement service and fundraising experiences and connect with parish youth ministry activities.

male student carrying a cross during a production

An important part of the mission of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School is to provide experiences of prayer, sacrament, and service which allow students to grow in faith. There is an effort made at all levels to help students benefit from an atmosphere of tolerance, respect for self and others, and an appreciation of the values of the Gospel.

All students are presented with information about our Catholic faith and the tenets of the Church. In addition, they are surrounded by instructors who are role models of faith, integrity and good character.  As students grow in mind and heart, they are challenged to grow in faith as well so that they can be leaders who are willing and able to work for justice and peace.

Our deepest and sincere gratitude to all of the donors to the 2010 Annual Appeal.

 

Bishop Rozanski Society

Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, HS '76
Margaret McKenzie Hodge, HS '71

Monsignor Luca Society

Sister Michele O'Brien
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kinnear
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Porter

Franciscan Guild

Mr. & Mrs. Chris Coleman
Don DiBlasi
Joanne Baker Dieter, HS '65
Robert Gawryck, HS '77
Mr. & Mrs. Dev Jagadesan
Michele Hannon Kesler, HS '69
Paulette Blain Ketzner, HS '69
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Kinard
Jo Ann Weitzel Lingner, HS '71
Joanne Meekins
Father Austin Murphy
Mr. & Mrs. Neil Potter
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Rehmeyer
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Willbanks
Donald Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Doten

Principals' Club

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bartulis
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Baynes
Thomas J. Bonner, HS '64
Diane McLaughlin Boask, HS '63
Matthew Brown, HS '89
Rita Slowik Carnes, HS '64
Rita Denbow
John F. Fischer
Sister Betty Kane
Frances Krannebitter
Stephanie Wilson Ordakowski, HS '00
Mary Lou Poteat
Mr. & Mrs. John Rasmussen
Denise Debelius Rostkowski, HS '81
Christina Steck
Mr. & Mrs. Dieter Steck
Kathleen Eitel Wiley, HS '72
Helaine Freyer
Mr. & Mrs. John Cieslak
Charlene Michaloski
Richard Bandel

Blue & Gold Club

Mr. & Mrs. Scott Baier
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Bailowich
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Burruss
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Conway
Christine Zinkand Dennison, HS '75
Charlotte Diffendall
Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose Edebe
Leone Egner
Christopher Giordano, HS '79
Mr. & Mrs. John Gmurek
Joseph Griffith
Tracy Houck
Mr. & Mrs. John Jessa
Christopher Jessa, HS '06
Michelle Kosiba Munson, HS '78
Denise LeBrun
Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Lookingland, HS '92/'95
Gregory Matysek, HS '92
George Matysek, HS '90
William McKay, HS '73
Mr. & Mrs. William McKay
Pamela Morris Naparano, HS '65
Donna Noble
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Paepcke
George Parsons, HS '68
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Rapanotti
Sandra Hornack Ravita, HS '80
Sister Margaret Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Urie
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Feltz
Mr. & Mrs. Roy Diffrient
Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Bonomo

Cougar Club

Mr. & Mrs. Tony Altiere
John Badolato, HS '73
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bell
Mr. & Mrs. John Bennett
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Boland
Carroll Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Connolly
Jaime Dwyer Fishpaugh, HS '95
Lynn Higgs Grzechowiak, HS '85
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Hart
Dawn Gardner Heine, HS '76
Melissa Kalinowski Ramtahal, HS '05
Mr. Francy Kovalick
Corinne Metzger Lam, HS '73
Olive Littman
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Medvigy
Sister Elizabeth Novak
Mr. & Mrs. John O'Brien
Dorothy E. Geckle Ogle
Agnes Schenning Oldewurtel
Donna Gebhard Patterson, HS '80
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Ritter
Patricia Lubawski Snyder
Mr. & Mrs. George Telljohann
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Terry
Mr. & Mrs. John Thompson
Brittany Vallecillo, HS '05
Ellen VanDaniker
Rita Vestal
Sharon Dugent Youmans, HS '67

Our Lady of Mount Carmel publishes a high school yearbook, Carmelight, and students are in charge of layout, photography, captions, and all other phases of the production of the yearbook supervised by Mrs. Lauren Elfring, the yearbook moderator.  An online literary magazine, Chaos, is also published and students are in charge of editing and illustrating the magazine, supervised by Ms. Barb Petr, the literary magazine moderator.

Submissions to the literary magazine can be made at any time by a student and should be emailed to bpetr@olmcmd.org.

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