Posts in Classical Liberal Arts
What Young Alumni Are Saying About OLMC

“I am so grateful to have been accepted to the International Baccalaureate program at Morris Knolls. It is an internationally recognized course of study that stresses well-roundedness and critical thinking with a curriculum that emphasizes writing, thinking, communication skills and community service: exactly what I was already focused on at OLMC!

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Defined by Our Love: A School Dedicated to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty

It’s easy to become preoccupied with the ancillary and peripheral features of the life of a school, whether artwork, new basketball nets, or lunch vendors. So, tonight we will spend some time thinking about that for the sake of which everything else is done. Said differently, tonight we will reflect on the essence of why we are here.

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OLMC Students Soar On National Latin Exam

The National Latin Exam is a rigorous 40-question test covering Latin grammar and comprehension as well as Ancient Roman life, history, mythology, and geography. It was first administered in 1977, and since that time hundreds of thousands of students from across the globe have sat for it, putting their command of Latin language and culture to the test. To perform well on this exam is a significant feat.

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel School: 2018 Commencement Address

You’ve probably been asked a lot this last week where you’re going to high school, what you’re doing this summer, maybe where you want to go to college or what you want to be when you grow up.  This is, of course, a perfectly lovely conversation starter, but I want to ask you all, and the graduates especially, to consider with me for a moment: Is there part of human existence that isn’t fulfilled, isn’t completed by this world of accomplishments, activity, work?

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All the World’s a Lovely Stage: OLMC Students Present Shakespeare's As You Like It

Under the able direction of middle-school Math and English teacher Mr. Brendan Reim, Our Lady of Mount Carmel students staged a triumphant performance of Shakespeare’s As You Like It. The audience of parents, teachers, parishioners, neighbors, and students was visibly delighted as the cast treated them to an uproariously funny and high-tempo rendition of this beloved play.

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