Carroll has always been about breaking barriers. In 1951, Carroll opened as one of the first integrated high schools in the DC region. Carroll expanded its mission of inclusion by welcoming its inaugural class of women admitted in 1989-90. 

These women ushered the school into a new era helping to shape Carroll in their own unique ways and by establishing the foundation for female students to leave indelible marks on athletics and academic achievement. They passed on the legacy of pride that continues to live on in current faculty and parents. 

On this Giving Tuesday, we hope to have 1000 alumni and supporters that will continue to advance Carroll's Legacy. Please help us to continue to change the trajectory of a young person's life with a gift to Carroll today!



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Carroll has always been about breaking barriers. In 1951, Carroll opened as one of the first integrated high schools in the DC region. Carroll expanded its mission of inclusion by welcoming its inaugural class of women admitted in 1989-90. 

These women ushered the school into a new era helping to shape Carroll in their own unique ways and by establishing the foundation for female students to leave indelible marks on athletics and academic achievement. They passed on the legacy of pride that continues to live on in current faculty and parents. 

On this Giving Tuesday, we hope to have 1000 alumni and supporters that will continue to advance Carroll's Legacy. Please help us to continue to change the trajectory of a young person's life with a gift to Carroll today!