Tickets are now on sale for Haddon Heights High's Performing Arts “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”. This funny and family-friendly show based on the beloved Charles Schulz comic strip -  starring Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts bunch - explore life's great questions as they play baseball, struggle with homework, sing songs, swoon over their crushes, and celebrate the joy of friendship. You do not want to miss it! Buy your tickets for the whole family here.

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Camden Catholic High School has named Mr. Jim McHugh as the school’s next Director of Athletics. Mr. McHugh is a seasoned athletic department professional with over 10 years of experience, most recently as head athletic trainer at Group IV Rancocas Valley High School. "We are excited to have Jim join the Camden Catholic administration. We were fortunate to have a very competitive pool of applicants and Jim emerged as the best person to lead Irish athletics,

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Just one glimpse at the spin of her breaking pitches or hearing the whizzing sound of her heater, it’s easy to see why Merchantville resident and Haddon Heights HS freshman, Sophia Bordi, is so successful in the pitching circle. But to know the true meaning of her dominance is to watch a steady line of opposing hitters go to the plate with a plan, only to return to the dugout three strikes later, wondering what went wrong. That scenario played out 307 times this year as Bordi put together one of the best seasons by a freshman in South Jersey history, pitching the Haddon Heights High School team to conference, sectional, state and Tournament of Champions titles this spring. During states the freshman blasted three home runs and struck out 15 batters en route to a shutout during the Haddon Heights High School’s softball team’s 8-0 championship-clincher. An all-around player and teammate!

For parents in the Borough of Merchantville, the opportunity to send their kids to Haddon Heights High School was a welcome option after more than 40 years of trying. But since then, some say getting their kids there every morning has become a hardship among missed or late pick-ups. The bus should drop off students in the morning between 7:45 and 7:50 a.m. so students have enough time to get to their homerooms or 1st period and it's reached a breaking point this year amid a national bus driver shortage. The Merchantville School District is responsible to provide student transportation to and from Haddon Heights High School, as well as certain other out-of-district placements.  The district utilizes the Camden County Educational Service Commission (CCESC) who directly contracts with various busing companies that can meet our student transportation needs. Nationally, death and illness from COVID-19 has resulted in massive bus driver shortages and in some cases the choice to supplement with National GuardRead the article at NJ Pen.

Tickets for the 101st CCHS Spring Musical are now ON SALE! Purchase NOW for best seats to the Irving Berlin classic HOLIDAY INN, performing live on Grandi Auditorium stage Friday & Saturday, March 10th & 11th and March 17th & 18th at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 12th & 19th at 2:00 p.m. The show features incredible dance numbers, live music and sets which will whisk you through a year of holidays as only The Arts at CCHS can do. All ages will adore this show! Get your tickets online today!

Here is a sneak to all the amazing baskets for the Haddon Heights High School Boy's Soccer Booster Club Virtual Basket Auction. Store will be open 10/20 to 11/5. Live Facebook drawing will be 11/7 @ 7pm. Tickets are $5 per entry. Purchase tickets starting 10/20 at this online link. The Boys Soccer Booster Club has historically supported the 3HS Boys Soccer teams by providing funding for items such as Stockton Tournament fees, T-shirts, equipment, scoreboard, senior photo books, end of season banquet (pay for seniors and staff), middle school pizza party, support for soccer family in need and senior scholarships. The club has also been responsible for organizing pasta parties, fundraisers, senior night and the end of season banquet. The 2021 Season may look a little different, of course, but we are looking to support the teams as much as possible. Any donation will go a long way to help us accomplish that. Thank you to all the families who supported the team! 

Haddon Heights Course Information Night for 8th graders attending Haddon Heights High School next year as 9th graders will take place at Merchantville School on Wednesday, January 15th from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Haddon Heights Jr./Sr. High School continues to be proud of its tradition of excellent academic performance and high standards for all students. The high number of students who move on to post-secondary education and the military continues to be competitive nationally. Students and staff have access to current technology to assist teaching and learning. Students are participants in Google Classroom where they can share and interact with other students and teachers in a learning environment that opens up opportunities outside the classroom walls. Students, parents, and professional staff focus on the academic pursuits that prepare the students to enter high school as confident learners. Elective courses and our extra-curricular programs ultimately prepare each student to become a well-rounded learner, equipped to meet the challenges they will face in high school and the world. 2019-20 Program of Studies.

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