Congratulations to the following students who were named to the Distinguished Honors and Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2019-20 academic year. DISTINGUISHED HONORS GRADE 9 GRADE 11 Madeline Armstrong Megan Arnold Alexa Babnew Hayden Lyons Jack Baylouny Laura McCann Amelia Calzaretto Adam Merenyi Mykal-Michelle Caniello Leonardo Oberti Chiemeka Chukwueke Sean Patrick Otremsky […]
This week is Discover Catholic Schools Week! Stay-tuned to this webpage and our social media channels to hear more from our students, faculty, parents and volunteers about why they choose Catholic schools. Sunday = Discovering Our Parishes Monday = Discovering Our Students Tuesday = Discover Our Parents Wednesday = Discover Our Faculty Thursday = Discover […]
The Irish Field Hockey team brought home the first sectional title since 2011 on Wednesday night with a dominant 7-0 win over Moorestown Friends. Freshman Olivia Bent-Cole led the charge with three goals, senior Kate Walsh netted two, Payton Koss and Elena Leahy had one a piece. This historic victory brings them to the Non […]
After a sell out weekend, 12 Angry Jurors will return to the stage for an extra performance on Friday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. Visit www.cchsperformingarts.com to purchase tickets. Very limited seating is available as all audience members sit on the stage!
Become a part of the Irish Family, get your special Club Irish T-Shirt, and green & white priority access for children in grades kindergarten through 8. Sign up here:
Click here to view the Student Handbook for the 2019-2020 school year.
Dear Parents, As we reach the middle of August, we know that the first day of school is around the corner. We have received many questions about transportation over the past week and wanted to put this email together for you to try to answer some of your questions To date, this is the information […]
Please click here for a copy of the Summer Mailing.
Click here to check out our Pasta and Pom-Poms fundraiser held at CCHS for our Irish Cheerleading Squad on September 13th.
The school day at Camden Catholic will start with first period instead of homeroom. This means that all students must be in their first period class at 8:11AM. Instruction will begin at 8:15 AM. This may mean that families will need to change their morning routines to arrive by 8:00AM. Since the student will be […]
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Follow the link below for the list of athletes cleared to tryout for fall sports: ClearedFallSports2019-8-8
Click here to download a PDF of the 2019-20 Calendar
Please click through to access links for 2019 Summer Assignments. Any questions, contact Vice Principal of Academic Affairs Ms. Eileen Wilkinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> 856-663-2247 ext. 130. Math AP Calculus or Honors Calculus (Part I Assignment) AP Calculus or Honors Calculus (Part II Assignment) Algebra I Summer Assignment Algebra II Summer Assignment McAuley Program CCHS McAuley general […]
May 28, 2019 – Camden Catholic High School mourns the passing of Bishop Joseph Galante, who died on Saturday at the age of 80. Bishop Galante led the Diocese of Camden from 2004 through 2013. CCHS President Emeritus Monsignor Andrew Martin stated, “Bishop Galante was a kind man, and a courageous bishop who served this […]
May 22, 2019 – James Kelly ‘57 has announced the foundation of the Lyn E. and James C. Kelly Scholarship for current and incoming students at Camden Catholic High School. In memory of his wife Lyn, Class of ‘58, Jim has created this scholarship fund to award $5,000 to incoming and current students who are […]
May 7, 2019 – The senior class of 2019 gathered to celebrate their college choices and celebrate their achievements, among which is the earning of more than $24 million in scholarships and grants for this year’s graduates. In addition, the class of 2019 received 591 acceptances from 191 different colleges, a 62.5% acceptance rate. The […]
May 14, 2019: CCHS faculty gathered to celebrate their colleague, Tony D’Antonio, “Mr. D,” for his 53 years of service to Camden Catholic High School, as he prepares to retire at the end of this academic year. During his tenure, Mr. D held the position of Dean of Students, English Department Chair and faculty member. […]
May 15, 2019: Procacci Holdings’ CEO and alumnus, J.M. Procacci, presented Camden Catholic with a check for $18,600 in support of the Estrella Naciente Scholarship Program at Camden Catholic High School. The Estrella Naciente Scholarship Program at CCHS is a partnership between Procacci Brothers Sales Corporation, Santa Sweets Inc., and the Spanish Sports Network to […]
Camden Catholic High School mourns the passing of one of our greatest honorary alumni, Coach Jim Delaney, former football coach and faculty member. Coach Delaney is revered among generations of alumni for his legendary coaching style, mentorship and inspirational leadership. Delaney coached the Irish to 62 wins in a total of 13 seasons and is […]
Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for the 2019-20 Hall of Fame Scholarship. Click here for details! And, find out more about this year’s accomplished group of inductees being celebrated on Saturday, April 13, 2019…
From March 20th through the 22nd, Camden Catholic students had the opportunity to embark on learning journeys unlike any other high school experience in the region through the offerings of J-Term 2019. During this second annual break from our curriculum and classroom routines, students registered for three-day courses led by faculty with visits from guest […]
DONOR LIST MARCH 16, IGD 2019
Camden Catholic donors, alumni, students, parents and friends met the challenge and surpassed the 2019 Irish Giving Day goal of $125,000 by raising more than $145,000 for the CCHS Annual Fund…
This spring CCHS presented the Broadway hit Guys and Dolls for the fifth time in our 132 year history, featuring the work of over 100 CCHS students between the cast, the crew and the band. Dozens of performing arts alumni returned to the stage to celebrate the long tradition of The Arts at CCHS for […]
Irish basketball brought home the South Jersey Non-Public A Title for a second consecutive year by beating Paul VI 40-34 in a thrilling rivalry match-up on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Both schools brought a huge and intense fan base to cheer on the Diocesan and Olympic Conference rivals. In the end, CCHS’ experience, effort and […]
URGENT ACTION NEEDED. CATHOLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP! Please use this link to send a letter to Governor Murphy asking him to continue funding the nonpublic school accounts at the current levels. It is a proven fact that large numbers of contacts by New Jersey voters to the Governor’s office play a decisive role […]
February 17, 2019: Today, Camden Catholic lost one of our most loyal, dedicated and inspiring alumni, faculty, Board members and coaches: Monsignor Bob McDermott ’60. No words can describe the immensity of Msgr. McDermott’s impact on the Camden Catholic community, from his days as a student to his leadership once he was ordained and returned […]
This week students from 10th and 11th grade attended the Gift of Mission Girls Retreat at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Chesnut Hill, Pa. They had a wonderful day of prayer and sharing with students from Archbishop Ryan, St. Basil Academy, and Little Flower Academy. The students were moved by the […]
CCHS students, administrators and faculty attended the diocesan workshop “What is Racism?” on February 5, hosted by the Office of Life & Justice Ministries. Presenters Sister Cora Marie Billings, RSM and Sister Rose Martin, RSM led the discussion which explored the definition of racism and the historical development of institutional racism in the United States. Students […]
Congratulations to the following senior student-athletes who are committing to continue their academic endeavors and athletic careers in the NCAA. These students are proud examples of the honor, faith, loyalty and discipline that are instilled in each Camden Catholic student. In a Convocation Wednesday ceremony, the 14 seniors were lauded for their accomplishments by Rector […]
Congratulations to the following students who have received Distinguished Honors and Honors for the first semester of the 2018-19 academic year at Camden Catholic High School. FRESHMAN-Distinguished Honors SOPHOMORES-Distinguished Honors Isabella Diaz Nayeli Gomez Hope Elgart Isabella Granieri Mario Feliciano Elena Leahy Macallister Gallagher Sophia Martino Robert Gardner Laura McCann Rocco Giegerich Krystal Nguyen Eilijah […]
Join us for the very first CCHS Topgolf Tournament on April 10 to celebrate the conclusion of Irish Giving Day 2019. Golfers and non-golfers alike will enjoy one of South Jersey’s most popular attractions for entertainment and competition. Clubs are provided, or you can bring your own.
Congratulations to sophomore Jaden Harrell for winning a $3,000 scholarship and the honor of being crowned Miss Jabberwock of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc New Jersey Garden City Alumnae Chapter for 2018. Jaden participated in a range of service and learning activities which help to provide a foundation for success during the high school years […]
Nicoletti’s film “Once in a Hundred Years” will premier on February 23 at the Kimmel Center, as well as on 6ABC at 11:30PM that same day. The film follows the life and impact of the amazing Marian Anderson, the South Philadelphia native who broke down racial barriers as a respected and world-renowned classical singer who […]
January 27-February 2, 2019 CCHS will celebrate all aspects of being a Catholic school, forming faith-filled global leaders. Click through for the #CSW19 schedule! Beginning on Monday, January 28 Camden Catholic High School will celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2019 (#CSW19) with a week-long series of events which showcase this year’s theme “Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” […]
This workshop, hosted by the Camden Diocese Life & Justice Ministry, will explore the definition of racism and the historical development of institutional racism in the United States. Learn how systemic racism affects us all, and how we can move toward an anti-racist transformation. The presenters will also reference the recent Bishops’ Pastoral on Racism […]
Ad & Patron Drive launched! Support this year’s production by purchasing an ad…Tickets now available! Show times: March 8, 9, 15, 16 at 7:30PM, March 10 & 17 at 2PM. Alumni Night is March 15 at 6PM.
Test your knowledge and enjoy a night out with food, drink, raffles, prizes and fun to support Irish Girls Basketball & Lacrosse! Tickets are $25 in advance/$30 at the door.
Are you considering what your (or your child’s) high school options are? This is the event for you. Join us at a casual information session to take a tour of CCHS and to hear directly from our students about their Irish Experience.
Congratulations to the following students who have been named to the Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2018-19 academic year. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL GRADE 9 GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12 Isabella Diaz Elena Leahy Cassandra Arencibia Alexandra Calzaretto Hope Elgart Laura McCann Marchello Barile Jessica Clancy Lana Matthews […]
We “CAN” and did do it! Way to go CCHS students and families, coming through in a huge way for needy families. The annual Spirit Week Canned Food Drive was a huge success with over 4,700 cans collected. Alumnus and assistant baseball coach Lou Marshall helped organize the collection as a part of the South […]
Camden Catholic High School honors our country’s veterans, especially CCHS alumni and current CCHS families who are serving in the Armed Forces. Students and faculty were led in prayer to honor these courageous women and men. God Bless America.
The Camden Catholic Academic Olympics hosted almost 50 students in a battle of the brains on November 7, 2018. Schools represented included Resurrection Catholic School, St. Mary Williamstown, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Paul Burlington, St. John Paul II, St. Cecilia, St. Joan of Arc, St. Peter and Christ the King. Resurrection Catholic School […]
Postponed due to the conflict with rescheduling of the Eagles game. All tickets will be refunded.
Thank you to all who attended the fall production Peter and the Star Catcher! This tale of Peter before he became the boy who would never grow up, delighted audiences young and old. Congratulations to the cast and crew, and directing staff, on another amazing Arts at CCHS production. Stay-tuned for the annual Spring Musical: […]
Friday, September 28, 2018 – Camden Catholic students and faculty raised almost $2,000 to support pediatric cancer efforts during Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. Funds were raised through the annual Go4TheGoal Dress Down Day, supporting this foundation which was created in memory of Richard Stefanacci, a former CCHS student, who lost his battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma […]
September 28, 2018 – Members of the CCHS family, students, faculty and administration, joined with Bishop Sullivan to pray for and support local law enforcement, firefighters, first responders, as well as their families, at the 16th Annual Blue Mass at Our Lady of Hope Parish today. The liturgy celebrated by Bishop Sullivan, is a time for the law […]
Danielle placed among the top scorers of more than 1.6 million students who took the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT. She was awarded with her certificate at the all-school Mass on Monday, September 24.
Welcome to The Irish Experience This Blog will serve as an insider’s perspective on what it means to be a member of the Camden Catholic community. Both students and faculty will participate by sharing posts on a regular basis that discuss academics, extra-curricular activities and spiritual insight gained from their Irish Experience. Read on, and […]
Tuesday, September 12: Over 100 colleges attending. This is the perfect opportunity to show your demonstrated interest in the schools on your application list. Financial Aid session hosted by Villanova University…
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 […]
A blog post by Mya Whiles ’20 T.H.E (Together Honoring Everyone) Council is a student driven group with the intent to celebrate racial and cultural diversity at Camden Catholic. T.H.E. Council is moderated by faculty members and includes participation from students in each grade level. As our world continues to evolve, Camden Catholic students, faculty, staff and […]
Friday, October 12 at CCHS. Ages 21+ only. $25/in advance. Doors open 6:30 PM. Games start at 7 PM. Don’t miss out on this always sell-out event! Click through to reserve tickets securely online, or email email@example.com.
Hosted by Senator Cory Booker and Senator Bob Menendez on Sunday, September 23 at Rutgers New Brunswick. The event is open to all students interested in applying to the Naval Academy, West Point, the Merchant Marine Academy, the Air Force Academy or the Coast Guard Academy, as well as their parents, guidance counselors, teachers and administrators. Click […]
The following students have been recognized as AP Scholars having received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams: Gia Carusone ’18 Maureen Dymond ’18 Samuel Kasilowski ’19 Qingchen Li ’18 Thomas Marciano ’18 Mary Marino ’18 Shannon McHugh ’18 Erin Wilson ’18 Yudiandian Xia ’19 The following students have been recognized […]
Please click through for updates and important details for Back to School 18-19, including Summer Reading Discussion dates, Online Bookstore, Athletic Communion Breakfast, and Freshman BBQ forms. Back to School Newsletter & Letter from The Rector, Fr. Joseph Capella (click here) Summer Reading Discussion Groups (incoming Freshmen & Sophomores ONLY): Get help with your summer […]
Bishop Dennis Sullivan has appointed Father Joseph Capella to serve as Rector of Camden Catholic High School. He has been the school’s Director of Catholic Identity for the past two years. Fr. Capella is a seasoned educator, having held the positions of teacher, chaplain and the Rector of Bishop Eustace Preparatory School in Cherry Hill […]
SPORTS PHYSICALS AND FRESHMAN HEALTH OFFICE PACKETS ARE DUE TO SCHOOL BY AUGUST 1st. Click through for list of athletes cleared for the Fall season and for important information from the Nurse’s Office for new and returning students and all athletes!
Click here for the Student Parking Lot Agreement & Registration Form 2018-2019
Congratulations to the 2018 Hall of Fame Scholarship winners: Liam Barnett ‘20, Kofo Adeleye ‘21, Nicholas Maslin ‘21, Sara Otremsky ‘19 and Marchello Barile ‘20! These students were selected by the Hall of Fame committee among almost 50 applicants. They have each been awarded a $1,000 scholarship for the 2018-19 academic year.
Camden Catholic’s graduates have earned 744 College Acceptances and 485 Scholarships & Grants Totaling more than $26 Million…
The administration of Camden Catholic High School announced the hire of Christine Matera as head girls basketball coach, succeeding longtime coach Christine Palladino, who retired following the 2017-18 season. Matera is a 2007 graduate of Camden Catholic and has served as an assistant coach since 2015 under Palladino. She was an integral member of the […]
Camden Catholic proudly welcomes Coach Robert “Cody” Hall as the head coach for the legendary Irish football program. Hall is a graduate of James Madison University, where he was a wide receiver and return specialist on the Dukes football team, as well as a member of the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He comes to CCHS […]
Catholic schools across the state are once again at risk of losing vital state funding for transportation, nursing and technology. Despite the legislature’s increase in these areas for this year’s budget, the 2018-19 budget returns funding levels to the previous amount, which they had remained for seven years prior to this year’s increase. Our school […]
On Tuesday, May 22, the newest members of the Camden Catholic family gathered for their first official class event: Building the Class of 2022. An annual tradition, the students pray together, play together, and share with one another to help break the ice as they embark on an entirely new journey with dozens of new […]
Girls Lacrosse plays in the SJ Final on Thursday 5/24 at 5:30PM at Haddonfield Memorial High School. Be there to cheer on the Irish! Track celebrates two Non-Public A South Sectional Champs: Matt Coffey 3200M and Boys 4x100M Relay (new school record) Marcus Hillman. Kevin Lynch, Myjere Evans, Tirek Austin-Caveto. Additional track members set school […]
On Friday, May 4 the class of 2018 was celebrated for earning 485 scholarships and grants totaling over $22 million (and counting) and 744 acceptances to 270 different schools. 61% Are attending college out of state. Congratulations Seniors!
We categorically deny the hateful allegations former football coach Nick Strom has levelled against Camden Catholic High School. Mr. Strom is peddling complete falsehoods to drive a wedge in this community to advance his own agenda. Camden Catholic is proud to educate students from all races, backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses across our region. Forty percent […]
Longtime girls basketball coach Christine Palladino has retired from the helm of one of South Jersey’s most respected and successful programs. In her 34-year career as head coach, Palladino has led the team to 660 wins, the second highest win total in SJ girls basketball. Just last weekend, Palladino was lauded, along with the 2005-06 […]
Friday, May 11 Doors Open 6 p.m. | Bingo Starts 7 p.m. | Tickets $25 in advance & $35 at the door | Ages 21+ Click through to purchase tickets or reserve through Mrs. Merenyi: firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets include 10 boards for 10 games of Bingo. BYOB & bring appetizers to share with your table!
Current 9th, 10th & 11th graders are invited to apply for this $1,000 scholarship award. Students should demonstrate the exceptional qualities of the Camden Catholic Hall of Fame inductees such as leadership, determination, and a Camden Catholic spirit. Applicants must write a 400-500 word essay. Essay topic: Choose one of the Camden Catholic founding principles, […]
CCHS is proud to be a Catholic Relief Services certified Global High School. Among many social action projects that students participate in is the annual Lenten Rice Bowl collection. The CCHS total is currently at $1,075.00 and still counting. We will accept anymore Rice Bowls on Monday April 9th to add to our total. Thank you to […]
Congratulations to longtime CCHS basketball coach and faculty member Jim Crawford for being honored by the Coaches vs. Cancer organization at their annual Legends Dinner. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at the Great American Pub in Conshohocken. Click here to purchase tickets, tables, and ads. http://coaches.acsevents.org/site/Calendar?id=122770&view=Detail You can also purchase tickets, […]
Class of 2020 Ring Order Form
Over 1,000 donors raised $107,904 for the CCHS Annual Fund on Irish Giving Day 2018! Thank you!
Congratulations to junior Lucas Revano who brought home the NJ State Wrestling Title for 132 lbs. and to the entire Irish Wrestling family for an amazing season. The team won the District 25 title, finished #2 in South Jersey and #17 in the state. In their Region (7), Irish Wrestlers placed: Dante Monaco (3rd), Cody […]
Congratulations to Irish Boys Basketball who captured the South Jersey Non-Public A title on March 8 with a win over St. Joe’s Metuchen. The team plays for the state title on Saturday, March 10 at 2 p.m. vs. Don Bosco Prep at RWJ Barnabas Healthcare Arena in Toms River (formerly Pine Belt Arena). Get on your […]
For 24 hours, midnight to 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 16 you have the chance to show your #IRISHPRIDE with a donation to the CCHS Annual Fund on Irish Giving Day! This is the 4th year of this annual event. In 2017 over $90,000 and 500 donors showed us that “Tradition Never Graduates.” Here’s how to […]
Click on the image below to view the awesome video from the Harlem Globetrotters. The visit was even tweeted about by Sports Illustrated! On Thursday, February 22, the incredible Zeus McClurkin of the Harlem Globetrotters stopped by CCHS to talk about being kind, lifting others up, and never giving up with our Irish Girls Basketball […]
DISTINGUISHED HONORS FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES JUNIORS Adriana Palma Cassandra Arencibia Erin O’Callaghan Aedan Rosolia Claire Marino Lucas Revano Annaliah Maldonado Dalton Foster Megan Hulsey Brooke Foster Edward Guerra Sara Otremsky Caroline Troise Giavonna Gaw Cassie Glisson Isabella Ochalik SENIORS Isabella Granieri Katherine Nguyen Anne DelColombo Jason Nguyen Kaylee Johnson Asia Feliciano Jennifer Pham Lauren Owens Junwen […]
Senior Veronica Cava has been awarded the Moore College of Art “Visionary Woman” Scholarship! The Visionary Woman Honors Program includes a $20,000 per year scholarship to focus on fine art studies. Only 15 students are admitted to the program each year. The Visionary Woman Honors Program challenges high achieving student artists and designers with advanced […]
The administration of Camden Catholic High School announced the following student-athletes in the class of 2018 signed letters of intent to play athletics in college on National Signing Day: Wednesday, February 7, 2018. The school hosted the students, parents and siblings, as well as their Camden Catholic coaches for a breakfast reception and photo opportunities […]
Congratulations to the Irish Wrestling team, which brought home the school’s first Virginia Duals Title in the American Division. The team is having a successful 2017-18 season as they continue to roll over conference opponents and have maintained a state ranking throughout the season.
Led by our Director of Catholic Identity Fr. Joseph Capella, Camden Catholic students marched for the dignity of all human lives in Washington DC at the annual March For Life on January 19, 2018.
On Saturday, December 16, joined by his family, friends and colleagues, Monsignor Andrew Martin, President Emeritus, Camden Catholic, celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. Monsignor was joined by several fellow clergy who concelebrated the Mass in the Grandi Auditorium at CCHS. Following Mass, guests enjoyed special tributes to Monsignor from Bishop […]
Saturday, January 20, 2018 Gather with good friends and great food to test your knowledge at the Parents Association Chili Cook Off & Trivia Night. Click through for tickets!
The Arts at CCHS is pleased to announce the 2018 spring musical: Anything Goes. Support the Ad & Patron Drive today. Click here to securely purchase ads online, or click here to download the ad order form. The show will be performed on the Grandi Auditorium stage on March 2, 3, 9 & 10 at […]
CCHS Students Visit Bloomberg Headquarters, NBC Studios & Paley Center for Media On December 4, 2017 senior members of Green & White and Mr. Bruckner’s Communications students visited New York City. The Green & White students enjoyed a tour of the Bloomberg offices and visits with alumna & COO of Bloomberg Beth Mazzeo ’77, alumnus […]
Congratulations to the Irish fall athletes and teams who were honored with All Conference selections for the Fall 2017 season. Irish Volleyball and Irish Football brought home division titles. Congratulations! Volleyball: Division Champions Madeline Dutterer 1st Team Field Hockey Katherine Walsh 1st Team 15-7 Veronica Cava 1st Team 16-5 (1 tie) Katie Miller 1st Team […]
Congratulations to the following students who earned Distinguished Honors (93 percent and above in all subjects) for the First Quarter of the 2017-18 academic year: GRADE 9 GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12 Molly Chamberlain Matthew Denton Joseph Barr Brianna Broccoli Mollie Crumpton Patrick Galloway Megan Hulsey Yubei Yvonne Chen Daniel Freire Sophia Gawronski Erin […]
On November 10 CCHS students donated over 5,000 cans of food to the South Jersey MSBL Toys for Tots and Holiday Food Drive sponsored by alumnus and assistant baseball coach, Lou Marshall ’77. The Irish baseball team and CCHS student government were key to making the drive and delivery a success. Lou said, “It was […]
Core to Camden Catholic’s mission is to develop leaders in the Catholic tradition in order to empower students to define their purpose, to serve others and God and to develop creative solutions leading to a just society. Camden Catholic High School recognizes that for students to be successful leaders in the 21st century economy there are […]
During National Veterans and Military Families Month Camden Catholic remembered and honored the extreme sacrifice that all veterans and their families have made and continue to make, especially our alumni and current student families. On Thursday, November 23, Thanksgiving Day prior to the annual Camden Catholic vs. Paul VI football game, Camden Catholic held a […]
Thank you to all who purchased Christmas Frenzy Raffle Tickets from CCHS students! This fundraiser helps our students pay for their registration fee and assists in various school expenses. Week 10-Grand Prize Final Week (12/12/17) First Place: Fernando DeLasotta $1,500 Second Place: Evelyn Goldstein $1,000 Third Place: Mr. & Mrs. F. McCann $500 Week 9 […]
In his statement following the white supremacist demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, Bishop Sullivan wrote, “Catholics have a crucial role to play in the fight for racial justice, inspired by our belief that every single person is sacred because each person is created in the image and likeness of God. Let us pray for an end […]
Camden Catholic was honored to host Bishop Dennis Sullivan, Diocese of Camden, along with Vicar General Rev. Robert Hughes and Director of Vocations Rev. Michael Romano to celebrate Mass of the Holy Spirit on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Bishop Sullivan urged the student body to dress themselves in the armor of Christ. Remember the “right” […]
On Friday, September 15, 2017, Camden Catholic dedicated the renovated Library, now known as the Hocker Information Commons and the Monsignor Bob McDermott ’60 Collaborative Learning Center, with the blessing of Bishop Dennis Sullivan, Diocese of Camden. Among more than 80 special guests, Camden Catholic President Mary Whipkey thanked the Diocese for their support, and […]
Rev. Rob Hagan, O.S.M. joins CCHS Student-Athletes and Families for First Annual Athletic Communion Breakfast On Sunday, September 17, as a part of the Catholic Athletes for Christ program, Camden Catholic hosted the first annual Athletic Communion Breakfast with Mass celebrated by Rev. Joseph Capella, Director of Catholic Identity followed by special guest speaker Rev. […]
Class of 2021: click here for important tips and notes that are essential as you begin high school at Camden Catholic!
456 College Acceptances | 323 Scholarships & Grants Totaling $15,345,132 Attending 61 different colleges and universities | 28 Attending Catholic colleges and universities 14 Seniors have committed to play athletics in college | 99.6% Attending College (1 Student Entering Military Service) Accepted to 210 Schools Ranked on the US News & World Report “Top Colleges […]
So proud to welcome J.M. Procacci ’70 back to CCHS where he presented the Estrella Naciente Scholarship to Cassandra Arencibia ’20 and Nicole Jimenez ’20. These “rising stars” are set to do big things at CCHS and beyond, and Mr. Procacci has helped make that possible. Thank you to the @phillies, Bill Kulik and Spanish […]
The Camden Catholic family was blessed once again with the presence of hundreds alumni and supporters of this year’s Hall of Fame inductees, paramount among them the beloved Sisters of Mercy of CCHS, who were inducted as a group in the 1887 Special Recognition category. In addition, our individual inductees included entertainment agent Thomas Escott […]
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