ON BEHALF OF the Headmaster, Principal, Faculty and Staff of Mt. Carmel School, we extend a hearty welcome to you.

We are thankful for our heritage and tradition. Not only in Kentucky but also throughout the entire United States of America and the world, Mt. Carmel School is respected as one of the finest private schools. Many of our graduates have completed their studies in higher education and are fulfilling needs in Christian ministries and secular professions. Approximately eighty-five percent of our students go on to further training in various colleges and universities. The credits from this high school are recognized in each school. We are hopeful that you will contribute to our rich heritage.

We recognize that in our changing world it is difficult to stay abreast of the times, but we assure you that we do our best to provide you with the finest curriculum, instruction, physical plant and spiritual atmosphere possible.

This information has been prepared with you in mind. We trust it will help to familiarize the students, teachers, staff, parents and other interested people of Mt. Carmel School concerning:

  • Information that will aid the students in planning their high school program,
  • Orientation of new students to Mt. Carmel School,
  • Academic requirements each individual student is expected to meet for graduation,
  • Conduct expectations for students at Mt. Carmel, and
  • Spiritual opportunities Mt. Carmel High School affords.

Philosophy, Goals, and Objectives

See Mt. Carmel’s philosophy, goals, and objectives here.

Application Process

Because we want to make sure that your child’s experience as a student at Mt. Carmel will be both pleasant and productive, our application process may be a little longer than other schools. The following steps are included in the process:

  1. The application packet is filled out and returned along with a $25 application fee.
  2. Teacher and pastor references are to be filled out by the person writing the reference and mailed by them directly to the school. Please do not have them return the references to you.
  3. When the completed application is received, the admissions committee schedules its first meeting to consider the application. This committee makes the recommendation to either proceed with the application process or to deny the application.
  4. If the application process proceeds, the applicant and at least one parent will be asked to schedule a visit to the campus. If a personal visit is not feasible, an interview by phone may be arranged. We use this opportunity to show you what we are like and to get to know you a little better.
  5. After the visit, the application committee meets for the second time. This committee makes the recommendation to offer a provisional acceptance or to deny the application.
  6. If the acceptance is approved, an enrollment packet will be sent. These forms have to be sent in before the application process is complete.

Application Forms

You may email your completed application forms to