CyberPatriot is a school-sponsored club open to all students. Many of the graduating seniors from last year's successful team went on to major in Cybersecurity in college.
Did you know that the brain is not wired to learn how to read? In recent years, what we know about how the brain acquires the skill of reading has evolved.
Changes in year-to-year enrollment over the next 10 years will primarily be due to smaller cohorts entering and moving through the school system in conjunction with larger cohorts leaving the system.
Congratulations to 2008 Carmel High School graduate Dr. Harrison Hines, who was named a 2022-2023 White House Fellow.
Parental involvement has always been paramount to CCS students’ academic and extracurricular achievements.
Dr. Beresford was selected by his peers for his professionalism, communications, community involvement, and leadership demonstrated over the past year.
Carmel Clay Schools is an A-rated, high-performing school district that is consistently ranked in the top three school systems in the state.
As part of the curriculum adoption cycle, the secondary World Language program evaluation and recommendations are now available to review.
For years, the annual playhouse decorating and auction have been a favorite homecoming tradition. This year, however, there was a fun and educational twist.
Smoky Row music teacher, Mr. Southard, is the newest Carmel Clay Schools bus driver! He is finishing his first week in his expanded role and is enjoying the new opportunity to further connect with his students.
Congratulations to the following 53 Carmel High School seniors for their outstanding performance on the qualifying National Merit Scholarship test. Their scores ranked them in the top 50,0000 highest scorers in the nation.
Congratulations to the following 56 Carmel High School seniors named 2023 National Merit Semifinalists.
Carmel High School started a local chapter of the Computer Science Honor Society three years ago and has seen enrollment grow yearly to more than 75 students this year!
Over Labor Day, more than 180 Carmel Middle School 8th graders had the opportunity to visit the nation's capital for the annual Washington D.C. class trip.
Sixth-grade teacher, Brian McGuckin, was awarded the Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship and spent three weeks traveling Iceland. He encourages all teachers and educators to apply!
The team approach with students and teachers allows for enhanced learning opportunities and academic support.
Congratulations to the 20 Carmel High School students who were selected as College Board National Recognition Program awardees.
Carmel Education Foundation is partnering with Junior Achievement (JA) of Central Indiana to send all Carmel Clay Schools (CCS) fifth-grade students to JA BizTown through the newly announced ACHIEVE initiative.
Thanks to the quick action and life-saving equipment and training provided, Mr. Kevin Vogt and Mr. Darren Monke saved a man's life last week at the Carmel Middle School football game.
The variety of tasks and responsibilities makes the day go by quickly, according to Tre. He has worked with almost every grade level and fills in as needed throughout the building in various role