Category: News

Mrs. Gilbart, CLS Principal, received a Certificate of Recognition from The Baltimore Ravens Touchdown for Teachers Program, presented by M&T Bank! The Baltimore Ravens Touchdown for Teachers program, presented by M&T Bank, recognizes local teachers… ... read more →

The 2018-2019 academic school year began with some exciting new learning opportunities open to all CLS students. In addition to instrumental music lessons, students could choose to participate in the Soccer Club, Lego Club, Spanish… ... read more →

Students from Carroll Lutheran School visited Little Friends of Grace to read to the preschoolers. The four-year olds looked with awe at the older youth who took time to talk with them and inspire them by… ... read more →

Carroll Lutheran School is proud to announce several full and part time career opportunities as it seeks to expand its staff to support school growth and additional programs. Positions announced include: Full-time Certified Elementary School… ... read more →

The Maryland State Department of Education announces that the School Year 2016-2017 BOOST Scholarship Application is now available online in both English and Spanish at http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/boost/index.html. Applications will be accepted through June 11, 2016. ... read more →

Jumping to the sounds of LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" Wednesday afternoon, Carroll Lutheran School students cheered as entertainer Eric Krupkin blew dry-ice fog rings over their heads in the gymnasium. Krupkin, the headliner of the… ... read more →

This year’s consignment sale had an excellent turnout and was a huge success. With a great amount of help, we were able to raise a little over $9,000.00 in net profit for the school! This… ... read more →

Children and seniors joined together to sing and pray, while learning about Cuba, at the annual World Day of Prayer held at Carroll Lutheran Village. The assisted living home holds a World Day of Prayer… ... read more →

In December 2015 Mandy Gilbart, a Wilson Level I Certified educator, reached out to Wilson to share a Carroll County Times article about her remarkable Wilson Reading System® student, Coley. Mrs. Gilbart first met Coley… ... read more →

 As part of the chapel services at CLS, students give monetary gifts to support the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) World Hunger projects. Cornerstones of this work include hunger education, advocacy and projects focused… ... read more →