Engaging. Innovative. Supportive. Successful.


Pursuing the Iditarod in Tutoring

April 17, 2014 Eager students crowd around a large map of Alaska. A one thousand mile route is marked in red, and along the route are towns named Ophir, Rainy Pass, Kaltag, and Nome.  Colorful paw prints dot the red line showing the position of nine dog sled teams that Carroll students are cheering on.... » Read more

Auction 2014-- A Night To Celebrate!

April 14, 2014 High spirits were contagious at the Carroll School Auction on Saturday night, April 12th at the Wellesley Country Club. Billy Costa, our MC, had our audience of Carroll parents, past parents, trustees and friends jumping out of their seats to place bids, laughing heartily, and even dancing in the... » Read more

Carroll Art on Display: Visit the Lincoln Library during April

April 10, 2014 An extraordinary collection of Carroll Middle School and C 8/9 student artwork is on display at the Lincoln Library during the month of April. This bountiful exhibition features works of art including paintings, prints, sculptures, ceramics, fused glass, stained glass, fiber arts, and pastel and... » Read more

Industrious Activities in a Colonial Whaling Town

April 01, 2014 Our third grade students’ grand finale of their unit on ‘Whaling in Colonial America’ was sharing their hand-made replicas of nine shops that would have been found in a colonial whaling town. During this multisensory project, our students learned why colonialists needed these different shops,... » Read more

The Connection-- Winter 2014

March 25, 2014 The Winter 2014 issue of The Connection explores the question: What has remained the same and what has changed during Carroll’s forty-seven years of educating children with language-based learning difficulties? Faculty, parents and alumni share their insights about this important question.... » Read more

5th Grade Students: "Tell A Tale"

March 20, 2014 The 5th grade writing program combines developing sentence structure with writing eight to twelve sentence paragraphs. The students learn the five parts of speech (article, noun, verb, adjective, adverb) and how to expand sentences with where, when, how and why phrases. The paragraph types are... » Read more

An Exceptional Tour of Our Capital with Senator Coats

March 20, 2014 An Afternoon with a Senator You and your family will have the unique opportunity to meet with Indiana Senator Dan Coats. As part of your visit, you will receive an insider’s tour of both The White House and The Capitol. You will be visiting restricted areas of both buildings that... » Read more

Would You Like to Join Billy Costa in the KISS 108 Studios?

March 13, 2014 Then join the festivities at the Carroll Auction at the Wellesley Country Club on April 12th and bid on this exciting Auction item! The Top 30 Countdown with Billy Costa On your ride to school every morning you are probably listening to the Matty in the Morning show. Does the banter between... » Read more

Jessica Alderman '99: Overcoming Challenges

March 12, 2014 Jessica Alderman ’99 received a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Photogography at Colorado College in 2007.  While in college, she received a Venture Grant, a Service and Learning Grant and a Presidential Grant to conduct research in Narkuru, Kenya. In 2011, Jessica graduated with a Master... » Read more

New Approach to Studying Ancient Civilizations

March 04, 2014 New Approach to Studying Ancient Civilizations The roots of civilization are long and sinuous, full of amazing developments, the real experiences of native peoples, and surprising achievements that tie our modern world to the past. Our 6th grade is getting a chance to unravel and examine... » Read more