Welcome to Carlmont’s PTSA!

The Mission of the Carlmont PTSA: To advocate for our students and families and to bring a closer relationship between the home and school so that parents and teachers may work collaboratively in the education of children and youth.

PTSA Senior Scholarships 2023 – Applications Open
Carlmont PTSA offers scholarships to recognize and reward Carlmont seniors who have a demonstrated history of community involvement and volunteerism. The scholarship may be used to help fund attendance at any accredited college or university, community college or trade/technical school.  Applications are open through April 15th for senior Carlmont students to apply. Students must be a PTSA member by April 1st to apply.
PTSA will award up to 10 recipients a scholarship of $500.

Deadline to apply is April 15, 2023.
Click here for more information & to apply.
Grad Night ’23 Tickets Now on Sale!
Tickets are now available for Grad Night, a fun evening the night of graduation, at an undisclosed location (it’s a secret each year for everyone!) This year’s Grade Night event will be on Friday, June 9th, 6:30pm until approximately 1:30am (sometimes later arrival back at CHS). Tickets are $130 each, same pricing as previous 2 years. 

Go to the Class of 2023 page for more information and to buy tickets!

PTSA membership is open to all parents, students, school administrators and staff.

What Carlmont’s Parent Teacher Student Association does:

  • PROGRAMS: Teacher/Staff Mini-Grants; Reflections Art Program; Grad Night; Parent Education Series; SAT/ACT Practice Tests; Senior Scholarships; Honorary Service Awards
  • COMMUNICATIONS: The Bagpiper (bi-monthly e-newsletter); PTSA website; 8th Grade Transition Information & Events; Parent Volunteer Coordination
  • SUPPORT: Carlmont Pantry assistance; Students Offering Support (SOS); Teacher/staff help; School event chaperones
  • SERVICES: Student Store management & volunteers; Teacher/Staff Appreciation events, PTSA awards evening, Grad Day concessions; PE clothes & spirit wear; “Class of” committees