Bishop Carroll Catholic High School is a private high school located in Wichita, Kansas, United States. Along with Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, it is one of two Catholic high schools in the city, part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wichita. Bishop Mark K. Carroll was installed as the bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wichita on May 6, 1947. From there he began to have a vision. He wanted to establish the first Catholic boys' high school in the Wichita Diocese. He immediately began to follow this dream. By September 1962, Bishop Mark Carroll had installed two Catholic boys' high schools, Bishop Carroll being the second. At first, he named the new school Notre Dame High School, but by May 1964, Notre Dame had closed in order for it to be moved to its current location and reopened. The name was then changed to Bishop Mark K. Carroll High School, and classes began on September 8, 1964. Then, in 1971, Bishop Carroll High School merged with Madonna High School, an all-girls school founded by the Sisters Adorers of the Blood of Christ and the Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph. More information...

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