High School

Heights hosts college talk

On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, the President of Camden County College, Mr. Donald A. Borden, and staff will be presenting to Haddon Heights High School juniors and seniors on various collegiate topics. Throughout the year, the High School administration has reached out and met with student leaders and discussed several…

T.H.E. Council

T.H.E. Council organized a women's personal care drive at Camden Catholic High School for Joseph's House of Camden as a part of their Women's History Month efforts. Thanks to those who contributed to the cause, we will help make some women more comfortable and provide much needed items to them…

CCHS Students Support Their Own

CCHS students stepped up to the plate in a big way to surprise one of our dining hall workers with a $2,500 check to help support Joe’s family as his son battles brain cancer. "We found out this year that Joe's son had brain cancer and we all felt we…

CCHS hosts Open House

Meet our students, faculty and coaches, experience our arts offerings, and tour the campus on Thursday, October 25th at 6:30 p.m. Mark you calendars for this important night to experience all that Camden Catholic has to offer. Learn about our excellent academic profile, witness our prestigious performing arts programs, meet…

Irish Basketball on the right track

In a season where it’s experienced ups and downs, the Camden Catholic High School boys’ basketball team looks to have taken a turn for the better. Winners in six of their last seven, including three straight, the Irish find themselves a much different team than the one that lost by…

Crusemire is in command

Crusemire, a senior lefthander, wasn't a first-team, all-conference selection as a junior and won't be attending college on a baseball scholarship. But if the first two weeks of the baseball season are any indication, Crusemire is set to make some serious noise. And so are the Irish. "He's such a…

CCHS has successful fundraiser

Camden Catholic High School hoped to raise $50,000 during its first one-day giving event, based on a theme of the school's Irish roots and held on St. Patrick's Day. The luck of the Irish was with organizers, who reached that goal by early afternoon and went on to raise $63,302…

HS show features resident

On Nov 15, 16, and 17, Upper School students at Moorestown Friends School staged a production of Legally Blonde. Elle Woods is played by Pilar Martinez, a junior from Moorestown. Senior Maureen Kelleher (Merchantville) plays Paulette Bonafonté, a spunky beautician at the Hair Affair salon. Ex-boyfriend Warner is played by…

Experience Camden Catholic High School

We encourage eighth-grade students to experience a day at Camden Catholic. Schedule "The Irish Experience" by filling out a registration form. After the form is completed, you will receive a call from an admissions officer to schedule which day you would like to visit. Students should wear their school uniform…

Resident earns scholarship

The New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) announced the 2013 recipients of the Association’s James R. Leva Scholarship, Excellence in Diversity Scholarship and Trade and Vocational School Scholarship awards. Jason J. Ramos of Merchantville received the Trade and Vocational School Scholarship, valued up to $6,000. 
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