Mt. Carmel was founded in 1925 by Lela G. McConnell and provides a Christ-centered, Bible-based education for students in grades K-12. Students in grades 8 through 12 may board at the school. We have many international students, providing a rich multicultural experience.
I discovered my 'love for words' under the teaching of Miss Paulo and Mrs. Cundiff.
If Miss McConnell had not allowed me to come to MCHS, only the Lord knows where I would be today. Thanks for her willingness to take a chance on a lost teenager. I will be forever grateful. If I were a teen again, I would go to Mt. Carmel.
When I came to Mt. Carmel and heard the Word of God preached, it was like my soul had been half dead and Jesus breathed new life into it. Now I am a different person. Now I really see how God works in my life.
I was not satisfied with who I was. I wanted to be known and have respect. Then I met a man who told me to forget all of my selfishness and follow Him. I decided to do that, so I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior.
I was a lumpy, distorted piece of clay before I came to know God. Now I have found forgiveness beyond belief and God's love more real than possible.
Through my devotions and reading the Bible, I surrender all to Jesus. I'm so thankful that I can have eternal life with Jesus, and my sins are washed. Jesus is everything to me.
I will never regret that I came to Mt. Carmel because I don't know where I would end up if I hadn't come here and met loving and God-fearing people who help me to understand God and His love for me.
The discipline, the study halls, the accountability, the personal attention all combined to enhance my college life and all my ministry and personal life.
God has done so many amazing things since I’ve been here at Mt. Carmel. I started my spiritual life with ‘one foot in the water,’ but now I have both feet in the water, and am in about up to my waist. I want to get my whole self in the water and bathe in His presence every day.
I am really thankful that I came here to Mt. Carmel. In 2011 I gave my life to Christ. But when I came here, I understood what Christianity really means and that I needed to be close to God. In discipleship, we learned about things that I really struggled with, and I am thankful that God helped me grow through it.
I’ve been here for four years, and growing up here has changed me so much, spiritually and physically. I want to thank Mr. Mills for always having time for us.
In October of my junior year, I got saved. I want to thank God for that. I want to thank Mr. Munson for showing me how I can be a better spiritual leader for my generation.
Through devotions each morning, God helped me in changing my attitude and gave me peace in my heart. Thank you, faculty and staff, for taking care of me and praying for me. Mt. Carmel became my second home, my family.
This was my first year here, but it was a beautiful experience. I am especially thankful for the Bible class because of the way it helped me to learn more about the scriptures.
This school changed me a lot. When I first came here, I could not speak English. I came to Mt. Carmel to learn English, but missing something I really needed: it was God. In my junior year, when I understood English better, I started to understand who God is. I struggled a lot this year, but I thank God for helping me through.
When I came here, my life was changed and I became a new person. I thank God for friends and faculty who help me through good things and bad things and help me to grow spiritually and have faith in God. Since I gave everything to God, I have peace in my heart.
I want to thank God for bringing me to Mt. Carmel and helping me grow spiritually. Mt. Carmel has really been a blessing for me. I want to thank Mr. Munson for helping me in Bible class to learn how to be a leader and to learn about God’s kingdom.