San Carlos School is a fully accredited Transitional Kindergarten through Eighth Grade school that has been providing academic excellence to children on the Monterey Peninsula for more than 100 years. Our students are immersed in a well-rounded educational environment with a curriculum that prepares them to be lifelong learners.
Prospective Kindergarten parents are invited to Kindergarten Information Night
Please join us Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in the school library. The principal will provide an overview of the school followed by a presentation by the Kindergarten teacher.
Prospective parents are invited to an Open House
Please join us Tuesday, November 19, 2013 from 8 to 11 a.m. in the school library. Individual tours will be provided through out the morning.
San Carlos School, an educational ministry of San Carlos Cathedral Parish, is a Catholic, coeducational, TK-8 school. The school serves several local parishes and the surrounding communities. San Carlos School embraces families of all faiths who seek a safe and nurturing learning environment for their children.
Established in 1898 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet, the school strives to develop in students a sense of responsibility both for themselves and the greater community. San Carlos School is committed to preparing students for academic excellence in high school and to be self-confident, lifelong learners who embody Gospel values. In this spirit, San Carlos School:
- models and teaches Catholic Christian life;
- integrates academic excellence with spiritual and moral development; and
- creates a mutually supportive Catholic Christian community.
San Carlos School is a Catholic school. Our academic faith community fosters the development of the whole person - mind, body and spirit. By promoting academic excellence and personal growth, individual talents are cultivated, Gospel values are affirmed, and opportunities to experience God are nurtured. San Carlos School encourages a partnership with parents, who are the first educators, to guide our students to become value-oriented, compassionate, self-disciplined, responsible citizens. We prepare our students to be life-long learners who possess an appreciation for humanity and all of God's creation.