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Our parishioners value our schools

I am in awe of the sacrifices our parents and guardians make to provide their children with the gift of a Catholic school education. I am grateful to the many

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Local education leaders have national voices

Marianela Nunez is a bridge builder for Latino families and South Jersey Catholic Schools. Dr. Bill Watson leads all efforts related to curriculum and assessment for the schools. Recognized as

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Looking ahead in South Jersey Catholic Schools

Planning for the next year is underway long before a school year ends, and when students leave for summer, the heavy lifting begins for the fall — from brick and

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Art by students, on display in Cape May

CAPE MAY — Joe Pasquarello stared at the mesmerizing images before him — a wide-eyed owl on scratchboard, a wintry forest in pen and ink, and a menacing wolf on

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Father Capella named rector of Camden Catholic

Bishop Dennis Sullivan has appointed Father Joseph Capella to serve as Rector of Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill. He has been the school’s Director of Catholic Identity for the

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Holy Spirit welcomes changes

— Holy Spirit High School, Absecon, welcomes Father Joshua Nevitt, far left, as Director of Catholic Identity. Other changes for the upcoming academic year include Jason Downey, second from left,
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A Saint Joseph Jewell

Father Allain Caparas, president of Saint Joseph High School, Hammonton, welcomes Deborah Jewell, who joined the school last month as Director of Advancement.
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Saint Mary graduate wins Young Catholic Leader award

Eighth grade ended on a high note for Samuel Bachinsky, winner of the 2018 Young Catholic Leader award. Sam graduated from Saint Mary School in East Vineland and will begin

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Class of 2018 offered nearly $204 million in scholarships

The class of 2018 is spreading its wings – from the Ivy League to community colleges, from Catholic institutions to large state universities, from military academies to private schools throughout