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College bound

Students in South Jersey Catholic high schools are bound for college. Over 96 percent of graduates in the class of 2016 enrolled in college for the fall semester, compared with

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Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Camden Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools with a high school scholarship and an essay contest for seventh and eighth graders. Three one-year scholarships

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Secrets of the small but mighty schools

Success is not always measured by size. Four South Jersey Catholic School principals talk about the vibrancy of their ‘small but mighty’ schools. South Jersey Catholic Schools come in many

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Catholic schools united by a common mission

Each South Jersey Catholic School has a unique culture and personality. The schools also take advantage of opportunities to share interests, ideas and resources. South Jersey Catholic Schools are united

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Cookies to Computers

South Jersey Catholic Schools enable students to explore interests, hobbies, talents and careers with clubs and electives. Mike Klein is a volunteer teacher at Bishop McHugh Regional School in Cape

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The spirit of Christmas is contagious in Catholic schools

The spirit of Christmas is contagious in South Jersey Catholic schools. Angels and elves are serving others by collecting and delivering food, clothes, toiletries, toys, coats, socks, mittens and household

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Students prepare for Christmas Amore concert

  It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. Students from Camden Diocesan high schools are fine-tuning their selections for “Christmas Amore,” the Dec. 3 concert to support the South

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Students join transportation funding campaign

Eighth grader Josh Kolasa was quick to say “yes” when Resurrection Catholic School principal Molly Webb asked for student volunteers to help with a hefty mailing. The subject of the

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You’re going to love the arts in Catholic schools

Vince Giannini believes in paybacks. A graduate of Saint Joseph elementary and high schools in Hammonton, Giannini recently donated nearly 650 copies of “Getting Music: the Basics of Rock, Jazz,

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A pastor’s school commitment is invaluable

If Sister Jerilyn Einstein’s height were measured in smiles and attitude, she’d probably top six feet. In traditional Franciscan habit and sensible sandals, she hops back and forth between the