Christian service is an integral part of learning and living the Gospel lessons of Jesus Christ. It is also an integral part of the education of a Camden Catholic student. Seeking opportunities to love those in need not only allows us to live out the Christian call of discipleship, it allows us to continue the charism of our founders, the Sisters of Mercy, to be “united to God through service.”
At the first Mass of the 2018-19 academic year, CCHS students who went above and beyond their service obligation in the last academic year were recognized. We are so grateful for the witness of faith they have provided us in their dedication of serving others.
Names & Service Projects listed below photos…
For over 75 hours of service in the 2017-2018 school year
Harrison Keller- 11th grade (75) – service at CCHS and Resurrection School
Brelyn Friedman- 12th grade- service at Gloucester Township Field Hockey and Lacrosse program
Ray Drman- 12th grade (88)- service at NY Dept of Environmental Conservation- Camp DeBruce, Wildlife Leadership Academy and various charitable 5K races
Nickolaus Obuchowski-12th grade (98) – service at Our Lady of Perpetual Help parish and school.
For over 100 hours of service in the 2017-2018 school year
Lily Smith- 11th grade (100) – service at the Salvation Army, Resurrection School and a Costa Rican service trip
Amanda Conover- 11th grade (133) – service at the Perkins Center for the Arts as a counselor and the Mount Laurel library
Christopher Miranda- 10th grade (266) – service at St. Michael the Archangel School and the Philadelphia Animal Hospital
Myra Pereira- 11th grade (316) – service at Corpus Christi Parish, John Paul II Regional School and the YMCA as a camp counselor