Calendar of Events
Week of November 12-18
Monday, November 13
RenWeb Posting
Performing Arts Parents Meeting 7 p.m. Faculty Lounge

Tuesday, November 14
Guest Day
Project Graduation Meeting 6:30 p.m. Faculty Lounge
Parents Association Meeting 7 p.m. Faculty Lounge
Wednesday, November 15
Regular Schedule

Thursday, November 16
Guest Day
Underclassmen Picture Makeup Day

Friday, November 17
Cathedral Scholars Visit Museum of the American Revolution
Cabaret Night 7 p.m.  All are welcome!

Sunday, November 19
Catholic Athletes for Christ-Fall Athletes Retreat 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Thanks to the efforts of CCHS students and families, over 5,000 cans/boxes of food were donated to the MSBL Toys For Tots and Holiday Food Drive. The Irish Baseball Team is commended for their participation in this special project, and a special thanks to assistant baseball coach and alumnus Lou Marshall and Mrs. Merenyi.

Picture Retake day is this Thursday, November 16th. Any student who missed the first picture day or wishes to have their pictures retaken may do so on their lunch or free period. The photographers will be in the Emerald Cafe. Order forms are available in the Information Commons. 
From the Office of Student Services

Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 14th at 7 p.m. (note DATE CHANGE)
Next Meeting for Project Graduation: Tuesday, November 14th at 6:30 p.m.
  • Chick-fil-A, Cherry Hill Dine and Donate- December 7, 2017 from 6:30pm to 10pm- just mention Camden Catholic High School when ordering
  • Chipotle Dine and Donate- Wednesday, January 10, 2018 from 4pm to 8pm, 818 Haddonfield Rd, Cherry Hill- must show flyer
  • CCHS Choir @ Raymour and Flanigan, Cherry Hill, Wednesday, December 13 at 7:00PM. 
Performing Arts
Students will performing at the second Cabaret Night of the year on Friday, November 17, 2017 at 7pm in the Dining Hall.  Come and enjoy the musical talent!

Student Government
Congratulations to the students of CCHS who in fine Irish spirit exceeded their Can Food Drive goal of 2500 cans.  Students will have a Color dress day on Friday, November 17, 2017.  The classes should dress in their designated class color.
Freshmen: Red
Sophomores: Yellow
Juniors: Blue
Seniors: Green
Students are to follow the guidelines in the student handbook for a dress down day.
Please note:  Students who are not dressed properly may receive demerits, be asked to change into a uniform or be sent home.  They may lose the relaxed dress privilege for the remainder of the school year.
  • Shirts:  t-shirts may be worn - no improper messages and no rips or tears
  • no sleeveless shirts or tank tops
  • no low-cut shirts
  • no short shirts - no stomach or waist showing
  • no slits in skirts or dresses
  • Pants:  jeans/sweat pants may be worn - no ripped, frayed, tight or low-cut pants.  No writing, logos or messages should be on the seat of the pants.
  • Skirts:  girls may wear dresses or skirts within two inches of the knee
  • Shoes:  sneakers are preferred -  No open toed shoes
  • Jewelry:  see regular dress code
  • General Appearance:   Students should be dressed neatly and well-groomed.  Head covering such as hats and full bandanas may not be worn.  Sunglasses are prohibited.  Boys may not wear earrings.
  • Monday, November 20, 2017- Character Day- Students may dress up as their favorite cartoon, Disney, or superhero character.  They must be readily identifiable as a character or will be charged $2 for being out of uniform.  All money collected will be donated to Joseph House.
  • Tuesday, November 21, 2017- Pajama Day- To participate you must wear pajamas - sweatpants and/or shorts do not count as participation.  Do not wear pajamas with writing on the seat of the pants.  Your chest, stomach and waist should be completely covered with clothing.  Undergarments should be worn.  No offensive images or sayings.  Any student wearing inappropriate nightwear will be given demerits and sent home to change. 
  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017- Spirit T-Shirt Day- All classes should wear their Spirit Week T-Shirts.  If you did not buy a spirit Week T-shirt you must wear your uniform. 
From the Office of Student Affairs
Late Arrivals: Parents are reminded that if your student arrives to school after  8:15 am he or she must enter the building through the Student Affairs entrance (Door C-2) not the Main Entrance.  
All other visitors must enter the building through the Main Office. 
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
College Application Transcript Requests
Attn: Senior Students and Parents
Just a reminder that there is a fee charged for transcripts sent to colleges.  The first 3 are free, additional transcripts are $2 each.  Please monitor Naviance for fees.  Students can submit payment to the guidance office.  
Christmas Frenzy Raffle
Thank you to all who purchased Christmas Frenzy Raffle Tickets from CCHS students! This fundraiser helps our students pay for their registration fee and assists in various school expenses.
Week 5 Winners
First Place: Tony Mostak $500
Second Place: Mr. Glenn Abano $300
Third Place: Michele Granieri $200
From the Nurse's Office
Parents are reminded that all Juniors need a physical.  Please schedule appointments if physicals haven't been returned yet and return completed forms to the nurse's office.

The start of winter sports will be here before we know it!  Any student trying out for a winter sport must have a current physical on file in the nurse's office.  Practice/try-outs begins  November 6th for swimming and ice hockey.  Sports physicals for these sports are due no later than  November 3rd.  Practice/try-outs for all other winter sports begins  November 20th and physicals are due no later than  November 17th.

If a sports physical becomes a year old during a sport season, there is a 10-day grace period from the date of the last physical to obtain a new one.  If no physical is returned at the end of the 10-day grace period, the athlete must sit out of sports until a new physical is returned and cleared.  If possible, a courtesy reminder will be sent from the nurse's office, but as noted in the student handbook, it is the responsibility of the student/parent to ensure sports physicals are current.

Please contact Mrs. Veneziani in the nurse's office with any questions.
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Save the Date: March 8, 2018-Education Career Fair
  • St. Rose of Lima Food Pantry in Haddon Heights is in need of volunteers. Large packing days are listed below. Contact Joan Kilpatrick for specifics (
    November 17th  3-5pm- we arrange the food in our Parish Lounge located in the basement of the Rectory.
    November 18th 8:30am-12pm- we bag and give out the food to the needy families in our Parish Lounge located in the basement of the rectory.
    December 15th  3-5pm- we arrange the food in our Parish Lounge located in the basement of the Rectory.
    December 16th 8:30am-12pm- we bag and give out the food to the needy families in our Parish Lounge located in the basement of the rectory. 
    March 23rd  3-5pm- we arrange the food in our Parish Lounge located in the basement of the Rectory.
    March 24th 8:30 am-12pm- we bag and give out the food to the needy families located in our Parish Lounge located the basement of the rectory.
  • Swim Instructors @ Croc Center: accepting teens who are at least 14 years of age and are experienced swimmers. All Salvation Army volunteers are interviewed and reference checked upon acceptance of a Salvation Army volunteer position.  Click here for position description.
  • Animal Welfare Association, Voorhees: offering high school service weeks the entire school year!  Please visit the following link to better familiarize yourself with what our program entails, as well as the new dates:
  • Service Hours available  4:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesdays working with a special needs child at St. Mary's Church in Cherry Hill.  Please see the guidance office for details.
  • Cherry Hill Library: click here for available opportunities
The Irish Baseball program is fundraising for field improvements. Show your support for the team with a season sponsorship and memorialize your gift/recognize your player with the "Buy a Brick" program! Bricks are available with a donation of $125, featuring up to four lines of text.
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Camden Catholic High School is a suburban, college preparatory, day and boarding school. It educates young men and women spiritually, academically, socially, and physically in a faith community to develop as life-long learners and leaders in a global society in the Catholic tradition. 
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