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The difference tuition assistance can make

Catholic school might have been a pipe dream for Siobhan McGirl and her three siblings when their father was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis as she entered high school. Instead, the

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School students step up to help needy

From soup to pillows — with diapers, tissues, water bottles and other necessities in between — several South Jersey Catholic Schools made their mark by sending supplies to Texas, Florida

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Getting the message out about Catholic schools

Kevin Mohan still remembers how welcome he felt as the new kid when a spot in his local Catholic School opened up after the start of the school year. A

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Principals meet and focus on best practices

Principals from South Jersey Catholic elementary schools gathered in Cape May on Oct. 11-12 for their annual professional development conference. They spent the better part of two days sharing best

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Finding the love of a lifetime

Matchmaking isn’t part of the mission at South Jersey Catholic Schools, but for many couples the connection is destiny. Take Anne and Tom Heim, who met at Gloucester Catholic High

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Parish, school communities mourn a beloved educator

  Mary Ellen Schurtz’s last day as principal of Assumption Regional Catholic School in Galloway was June 28, 2017. She died July 17, leaving a legacy of faith, love, commitment

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A hard fought victory for Catholic school students

Months of letter writing, emailing and calling have paid off for students in South Jersey Catholic Schools. The 2018 New Jersey state budget includes increased funding for transportation and school

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The Olympics matter, but so does the ‘small stuff’

Olympic triathlete Joe Maloy has traveled the world in the sea, by bicycle and on foot. He knows the joy of victory, the disappointment of defeat and the uncertainty that

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Seminarians talk about their school days

Seminarians Peter Gallagher and Logan Nilsen answered a call to discipleship in the Diocese of Camden. They heard, discerned and responded to the call in different ways at different times,

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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