The future of CCHS

The future of CCHS

cchsgroup-webOn June 24, Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, held a “wall-breaking” ceremony, signifying the beginning of construction on the school’s new dining hall. The $600,000 project is the first to be funded by The Campaign for the Future, a $6 million fundraising effort for the oldest Catholic high school in South Jersey. Leading the ceremony were, from left, Heather Crisci, school principal; Mary Boyle, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Camden Diocese; James and Mark Williams, of J.W. Williams Contractors; and Mary Whipkey, school president.

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