Carroll Catholic School was formed from the merger of the respective grade schools of St. Mary’s and St. Patrick’s parishes. CCS celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 2021, as the school opened its doors in the fall of 1961. Thirty-two students graduated as the Class of 1962. Originally a school of first through eighth grade, kindergarten was added in the 1970s and preschool and prekindergarten in the following decades.
Today’s students at Carroll Catholic enjoy the same rigorous education as in years past, infused with faith, and taught by teachers who continue the tradition of dedication and excellence. Our school gathers as one each week to celebrate Mass. Outside the classroom, students may take part in a wide variety of extracurricular activities: softball, baseball, cross country, basketball, volleyball, cheerleading, speech, wrestling, bowling, track and field, scholastic bowl, student council, chess, band,
Carroll Catholic School is part of Holy Family Parish and the Diocese of Peoria, and it is fully recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education.
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