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Carmel District and Curriculum

Carmel Clay Schools follows the curriculum prescribed by the Indiana Department of Education in the core classes of Mathematics, Language Arts, History and Science. The English curriculum offers instructions and practice in the critical reading and writing skills, with emphasis on assignments that require summary, critique, analysis and arguments as per the academic standards of each grade level.

We currently cover the following Carmel-area school district: Carmel Clay Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Carmel District Curriculum

The Mathematics curriculum is designed to build on prior math skills to assist students in becoming more successful in their math classes. The basic curriculum follows the ability level of each individual student. Skill development focuses on application of math operations as well as quantitative thinking.

Carmel High Schools Science curriculum offers a wide variety of science classes from the basics to specialized areas. Students who enjoy science have the opportunity to join one of many science clubs or begin a new club for their specific interest. Laboratory classrooms, a greenhouse, planetarium, meteorology instruments and solar panels are some of the Science facilities available to students.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Carmel Educational News

  • Carmel Clay Public Library - The Carmel Clay Public Library has installed a library drop box at a pharmacy which is a convenient location that will be available throughout the year and opened at all times. The librarians will pick the books dropped in the drop box each day that the library will be open and return them to the library the same day. This move has been appreciated by many library members.
  • Carmel High School Activities - The school strives to create a positive environment that challenges students to achieve their potential through extra-curricular activities alongside academic programs. These include sports clubs, social work programs including fund raisers and creative writing clubs. Research shows that participation in extracurricular activities is an effective predictor for success and teaches students' commitment and involvement.
  • Carmel's Athletic Programs - The athletic program at Carmel High School reflects excellence and diversity offering basketball, football, cheerleading and athletics. Carmel High School is member of the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference, the champions of which are recognized in all 20 sports for both boys and girls. Carmel has won the all-sports crown for boys and girls each year. Carmel High School was honored in the Redbook article 'America's Best Schools' for successful programs in a variety of sports for both boys and girls, commitment to academic excellence for their student-athletes, and for a record of winning games at the district and state level.

Carmel Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: School Nutritional Programs

Schools aim to provide nutritionally balanced meals at reasonable cost to students, staff and visitors. Major changes have been made to school meal programs in the past few years. Every child must now take at least one fruit or vegetable as part of the meal. New regulations have limited the servings of grains and proteins served to students. Desserts have been nearly eliminated from menus, while most bread is served whole grain.

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