New principal to lead CCHS
Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, South Jersey’s oldest Catholic co-educational college preparatory school, will welcome Heather Crisci as the new principal of Camden Catholic, effective July 1, 2012. The Bishop
appoints Ms. Crisci after she has served as Vice Principal for Academic Affairs at Camden Catholic for the past seven years. She developed and maintained school curricula, managed and served as a professional development resource for a faculty of 58, headed the Academic Council, and developed all school scheduling. Prior to serving as Vice Principal for Academic Affairs, Ms. Crisci sat as the English Department Chairperson, supervising eight teachers and making great enhancements to the course offerings and curriculum. She taught American Literature as well as Literature and Composition, a course she still teaches today.
Before her 12 years of service to Camden Catholic, Heather graduated from Boston College with a BA in English. She received her Masters with a concentration in Education: Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall University in 2006.
About Camden Catholic High School Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, NJ, South Jersey’s oldest Catholic co-educational college preparatory school, was founded in 1887. Known for its academics, arts, and athletics, it has approximately 800 students from 70 towns and cities in South Jersey. Each year, approximately 97% of the students enroll in two- and four-year colleges. The website for the school, which celebrates the themes of opportunity, community, and tradition, is www.camdencatholic.org.