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Junior High School Summer Connection

This page contains information helpful to new and returning students and parents attending the Junior High School (grades 7 & 8) at Carrollton. We hope this will help in your preparation for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Much of the content on this page contains links to forms and important printable material. You can access links by clicking on the appropriate highlighted text. 

Important Information

School Hours: The Junior High School begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. and dismissal is at 3:30 p.m.  Students may be dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m. After School and Enrichment classes are also available.  Please click here for additional information:  After School/Enrichment Program/Developmental Sports.

Uniforms:  Uniforms may be purchased at AA Uniform, click here to view the Junior High School Requirements.  Used uniforms are also available at no charge in the Admissions Office. The Office is open from Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

School Supplies: 
Supplies and books are included in the tuition and provided by the School. The only items needed are student's laptop, backpack (no wheels), reusable water bottle, and lunch box.

Technology Handbook for all Grades
LaptopStudents joining the 7th or 8th grade are expecting to use the same device that their classmates have. The Junior High students have the latest version of Microsoft's Surface Pro Series.  Click here for specifications and how to order through the school.  Please contact Joe Carver, Director of Technology for ordering information: jcarver@carrollton.org  for ordering information.

Lunch Program
: Carrollton has a lunch program available once the school year has begun. The first term lunch program order forms will be made available via email in August. Parents have the choice to buy the lunch or provide a lunch from home.

Mentor Program
: The Mentor Program is a program to help new families (Mentees) in adjusting to life at Carrollton.  The program is set up to help pass along the special heritage of Sacred Heart, the importance of the Goals and Criteria, and what it means to be part of our family.  We have two wonderful parents who will be our Mentor Liaisons, Cecilia Pino for Grades 7-12 and Marta Sacasa-Torres for Grades M3-6.  Their job is to ensure that the families connect and share with the Mentors on the happenings at the school.  Mentors will be assigned in May with intentions that they reach out to the Mentees before summer.    

Academic Calendar 2018-2019
: This all-school calendar, includes orientation dates, school start dates, vacations, holidays, teacher workdays, early dismissals; however, it is limited to special events hosted by each of the divisions.

Institutional Advancement Key Initiatives and Events

In an effort to alleviate traffic along Main Highway and reduce our school’s carbon footprint, Carrollton has again joined forces with Franmar Bus Company to provide transportation services to our students.  Based on a review of our current student body, we have designed five bus routes which cover key areas where the majority of our families live. The morning buses are expected to arrive at Carrollton between 7:45 am and 7:50 am. The afternoon buses will depart Carrollton at 3:45 pm (Early Bus) and 6:00 pm (Late Bus). 

Athletic Program

Students in the Junior High School are eligible to try out for Carrollton's competitive sports team. If you are interested, please click here for competitive sports information.

Students in the Junior High School interested in participating in Carrollton's Athletic Programs should complete the required pre-participation forms. Please click here to access these required forms.

If your daughter is interested in using the Wellness Center - Weight Room/Indoor Track but will not be participating in a competitive sport, please click here to access the necessary information and release forms.

For additional information about our Athletic Programs please contact Matt Althage, Athletic Director.
Carrollton’s Summer Programs provide your child with a high quality, safe and fun learning environment. Our summer programs provide all campers with an exciting and enriching summer experience under the supervision of a well-trained and experienced staff. We create a unique environment where children have an opportunity to learn from new experiences, to grow, to make new friends, and to develop important social skills that will last a lifetime. Children have an opportunity to participate in the following camp experiences:

Basketball by Allison Bustamante (Grades 4-8)
Held in our state of the art Wellness Center, the basketball program provides high-level instruction from experienced coaches to help athletes elevate their game and focus on specific skill development in a competitive and fun environment.

Coding by MT Valle of Carrollton Engineering Department(Grades 2-7)
Students will use JavaScript language and 3D modeling software to bring their designs to life. Why learn JavaScript? Because JavaScript is a web standard for in-webpage apps per the HTML5 standard. Learning JavaScript also helps students with their math skills and improve their punctuation because all designs require that students learn written commands with proper punctuation. They also start to learn about pixels and web design. In our 3D art portion of the class, students learn to create art using 3 dimensions. They start by doing a simple fidget spinner and move to more advanced objects of art. Students will have an opportunity to see their work being printed in our MakerSpace.

Debate Camp by Carrollton Debate Teachers (Grades 7-9)
The Carrollton Cyclone Debate Camp will provide young women entering their 7th, 8th, or 9th-grade year the opportunity to complete a one-week seminar with Carrollton’s Director of Debate Dana Randall and Assistant Debate Coach David Heidt. The seminar will focus on providing a primer for students interested in cross-examination style debate. The seminar will also introduce students to the 2018-2019 national policy debate topic, which discusses United States federal government’s immigration policy.

Maker Camp by Carrollton Engineering Department (Grades 5-9)
Campers will develop their own designs to be integrated into both group and individual projects. Participants will have access to various technologies and will create a base project that they can share with their peers while taking advantage of opportunities to further their interests. No previous experience is necessary — the development of a growth mindset coupled with new abilities is guaranteed.

Mindful Living by Carrollton Faculty (Grades 5-8)
Students will ponder upon the importance of the choices they make as they begin to develop lifelong habits. The goal of the course is to have them start thinking from early on of the right choices they can make. The course will incorporate the preparation of some healthy snacks and exercise as well! Campers will take part in yoga exercise and cooking classes.
Theater Camp by Red Carpet Kids (Grades 2-9) 
This two-week holistic performing arts camp will be taught by working professional Actors and Producers from New York City as well as seasoned teaching artists. The program will be an excellent introduction to the dramatic arts for both outgoing performers as well as kids, who are looking to build self-confidence. This camp will allow kids to work one-on-one with Broadway Producers and Actors choreography, exciting scene work, and more! Over the course of 1 week, the campers will create an ensemble Cabaret Show straight from the Best of New York’s Broadway Theaters to the Budding Miami Stage.

Volleyball by Carrollton Athletics (Grades 4-8)
Held in our state of the art Wellness Center, our volleyball program provides high-level instruction from experienced coaches to help athletes elevate their game and focus on specific skill development in a competitive and fun environment.

Summer Scholars (Grade 6-12)
The goal of Carrollton Summer Scholars is to offer an educational summer program that provides an exciting opportunity for students to explore their academic passions. Students can select from a wide array of courses in the sciences, arts, humanities, or the social sciences.

For more information on our Summer Camp Programs, please contact the Summer Camp Office at (305) 446-5673, extension 2340 or 2341. 


Click on the button below to enroll.  Please use your parent credentials to register or contact the Summer Camp Office for more information at 305-446-5673 x2340. Click here to access the Summer Programs Health & Emergency Form for 2018.

Required Forms for New Students

  • 7th Grade Immunization Requirement

    Besides those listed above, required School Forms by Carrollton are assigned within the parent portal. Please log into the myCarrollton portal to view and fill out all required forms. 

  • Grade 7 & 8 New Students Checklist

    Besides those listed above, required School Forms by Carrollton are assigned within the parent portal. Please log into the myCarrollton portal to view and fill out all required forms. 

    • Health and Emergency Contact Form
    • Biographical Information and Sacred Heart Legacy

Summer Academic Preparation

Summer is a wonderful time for students to play, pray, rest, read and spend time with families; to provide some ‘down’ time. We are certain that your summer plans will include enriching learning activities for your daughters. In order to keep their reading skills sharp over the upcoming months, we will be requiring summer reading activities.  In August, the teachers will collect and review the work completed over the summer. We know that this reinforcement will continue to help them grow as learners. We are looking forward to seeing your family in August.

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