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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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Long-time principal retires

Gloucester Catholic High School paid tribute to long-time Principal and former Head of School John Colman on Thursday night, Nov. 2, with a retirement party at Tavistock Country Club in
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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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Cross country Good Samaritan

In a recent cross-country competition, Camden Catholic High School (Cherry Hill) senior Shane Costello got the opportunity to demonstrate not only his athletic talents, but the faith he has been

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Halloween parade

Principal Thomas McGuire, advancement director Felicia Niven and schoolchildren ride the Bishop McHugh Regional School float in the Sea Isle Halloween Parade on Oct. 20. The float’s theme was “Bishop
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Outdoor classes are growing in Haddonfield

If you see students outside, with their feet up and reading a book, they are not skipping class. They are using one of the outdoor classrooms at Christ the King

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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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Fatima scene

Children of Saint Joseph Regional School, Hammonton, recreate the scene of Mary appearing to three shepherd children at Fatima in 1917.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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Dual-credit partnership

Saint Joseph High School, Hammonton, and Seton Hall University signed a dual-credit partnership on Sept. 25. An initiative of Saint Joseph's Pathway to College Program, students are able to earn
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Special needs students take the field at Bishop Eustace

Twenty youth with cognitive and/or physical impairments received a full “Football Game Day” experience last weekend in Pennsauken, courtesy of Bishop Eustace Preparatory School students and its fifth annual Victory