Calendar of Events
Week of June 10-16
Monday, June 11
PM Schedule
RenWeb Posting

Tuesday, June 12
Regular Schedule
Faculty Meeting (at dismissal, Information Commons)

Wednesday, June 13
Final Exams

Thursday, June 14
Final Exams

Friday, June 15
Final Exams
Dine & Donate at Joe's Pizza 11:30AM-4PM
Students are preparing for final examinations this week. These assessments count for twenty percent of the semester grade, and should be approached seriously. The final examination schedule is as follows:
June 13                  English and World Language
June 14                  Religion and Science
June 15                  Math and Social Studies
Each day we will follow a similar schedule. The first exam will start at 8:25. The second exam will start at 10:05. Dismissal will be at 11:30. Students who have already qualified for extended time accommodations will receive separate instructions. The extended time testing begins at 8:00 and lasts until 12:25. Parents are asked to contact Ms. Wilkinson at if there is a need for a student in the extended time room to take the school bus home. A detailed list of class and room assignments will be posted throughout the school.

Students should make every effort to be in school each day for Finals. Only an absolute emergency should keep a student from taking the final exam on the scheduled day. Parents should call the attendance office by 8:00 AM any day an emergency prevents a student from taking the exam. A doctor's note, or other official document, is required to be eligible for make- up exams. Make-up exams will be given on June 18, 2018.

Taking final exams is the culmination of the effort of our students and faculty throughout the year. They provide an opportunity to reflect on all that has been learned this year as we prepare for a well-deserved summer break. This information is provided so families can mark their calendars. Any questions about finals should be sent to Ms. Eileen Wilkinson, Vice Principal for Academic Affairs at
Our students are at risk for loss of hard-fought state funding! Ask NJ legislators to fight for our students!  Just months after funding for bus transportation was increased from $884 to $1,000 - the first increase in seven years - Governor Murphy's 2019 budget calls for a reduction back to $884 per pupil for non-public school students. The proposed budget also calls for cuts in nursing and technology funds.  Please go to  and ask our legislators to make sure all students have access to essential services!
From the Office of Student Services

Next Meeting: Tuesday, June 19th at 7pm in Faculty Dining Room. This is the final Parents Association meeting of the year and we'll be having a potluck of appetizers and honor our outgoing president for her many years of service.  We'll also be discussing next year's calendar of events. We hope you can join us!

Dine and Donate at Joe's Pizza - right around the corner from CCHS on Friday June 15th from 11:30am to 4:00pm. Celebrate the end of the school year and raise money for CCHS at the same time. Just mention you are from CCHS when you are ordering!
Campus Ministry 
A special joint KAIROS experience with Paul VI High School is available for a limited number of rising juniors and rising seniors. Kairos is from Jun 18 to 21st and will be at Malvern Retreat House in Malvern, PA. Students need to submit permissions slips and payment to Rm 114 by Friday, Jun 15th.
Service in the Summer
We encourage our students to seek out service opportunities in the summer in their churches and other non-profit organizations in an effort to put faith into action. Summer service hour verification forms will be posted on the Faith and Service page on the Camden Catholic website this week. Just as a reminder, s ervice hours will no longer be accepted for time spent in profit making businesses, or for service to an individual friend, neighbor or family member. If service was done through a FOR PROFIT business, union, office etc. please clarify service provided i.e. served "Locks for Love" at Sally's Hair Salon, or worked a canned food drive sponsored by the Carpenter's Union Local 774.

As the end of the school year approaches we want to advise parents that any funds remaining on Nutrikids accounts do not transfer to the next school year.  We advise all current funds on the account are used prior to the end of the school year.  Cash can be used for food service if you do not wish to add additional funds on your students Nutrikids account as we approach the end of the school year. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO TURN OFF THE AUTOMATIC REFILL ON THE ACCOUNT to avoid additional funds being added.

Mrs. Werner-Kaiser's students participated in the "Cultivating Peace through Faith, Culture, and Beauty" writing contest sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia.  Freshman Sophia Conte was awarded 3rd place and additional students participating included: Brian Spagna, Madison Stowe, Sophie Choi, Jessica Nguyen and Franki LaPata.
Ms. Oasin shared the Spanish II Honors Final Projects: the assignment was a two page paper and a creative aspect to accompany it. Some students danced (tango, salsa) others spoke as a historical figure - Justin Seo spoke as Pope Francis with the help of Father Joe (and even learned some phrases in Latin to recite), students wrote about food in various countries, prepared culinary specialties, and built pyramids. Pictured here are recreations by our students of famous artworks by Spanish artists.

Click below to find out more!
Salman Khan was living in in Boston and tutoring his cousins in New Orleans. In an all-too frequent story, these children had gaps in their learning that made them believe that they could not do math. Khan set out to fill in those gaps. Along the way, he developed videos and posted them to YouTube. It turned out that his cousins like the videos better than the live Salman Khan. The reason was obvious. The cousins could pause the video, but not the live Salman Khan. Khan Academy was born from that experience and now has over 2000 videos that reach over a million students each month. These videos are now linked to practice problems that allow students to practice a skill until they truly understand it. Khan's premise this that students should keep practicing a topic until they master it. 

Recently, the College Board has collaborated with Khan Academy to provide free, online SAT and AP test prep. The College Board reports that last year, 16,000 students saw gains of 200 points on their SATs when they dedicated 20 hours to this online prep. Students can click on the College Board's website to customize their online tutorial. However, these resources are not just for SAT and AP prep. Students can use these resources to review even basic concepts. We at Camden Catholic want our students to tap into this powerful resource. The Guidance Department and Office of Academic Affairs will encourage students to use this resource. Salman Khan encourages families to watch the same video, and talk about it. Together, we can all benefit from this resource.
The Summer in the City Program is a week-long immersion project where the participant is given the opportunity to live and work the gospel of service and social justice through the gift of self. The combination of service at multiple work sites and reflection sessions gives young people the chance to use their talents and abilities to help their neighbor, and increase their awareness and understanding of the importance of the rights and dignity of the human person. This is a project of the Youth Ministry Office of the Diocese of Camden.  CLICK HERE FOR FLIER

Dr. Panaia, Office Job,  3-7pm (summer hours may vary). Contact: Marilyn 856-795-2424.

Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA, based in Camden NJ, is seeking coaches for the Soccer for Success program through the US Soccer Foundation. Click here for details.
Stockton CSI is a residential summer camp for high school students (and those who will enter high school in the fall) who  would like hands-on experience with a homicide investigation and trial.  The camp has been featured on The Today Show and in The Wall Street Journal.
Campers will work alongside criminal justice and forensic psychology professionals as part of an elite team to help solve a murder.  They will be involved with every phase of the investigative and legal process, from a crime scene investigation to a criminal trial.  Campers also go on field trips to the Atlantic County Medical Examiner's Office, the Air Marshal Training Center, and the Atlantic County Jail.   
For more information, please visit our website:   
Stockton will offer three camps this summer.  Space is limited to 25 students per camp.  Please encourage your students to register early!
Summer 2018 Camp Dates
Camp 1: July 15 - 19
Camp 2: July 22 - 26
Camp 3: July 29 - Aug 2
If you have any questions, contact us at   or  609-798-1409.
What is taking place at the JCC Katz of Cherry Hill?
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Attention Juniors-->Taking the August 25th SAT??
What: Kaplan SAT course (10 sessions)
When: Sunday,  June 24, 2018 - Sunday, August 19, 2018
Time: Sundays at 1PM
Where: JCC Katz of Cherry Hill 
Class Code: SAIKS18624

What: Kaplan SAT course (10 sessions)
When: Monday,  June 23, 2018 - Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Time: M/W/F  10AM
Where: JCC Katz of Cherry Hill 
Class Code: 

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To register or find additional locations, visit or call 1800-KAPTEST.
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FREE EVENTS for parents & students:
Need more practice? 
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Questions? Contact Pre-College Programs Manager Ashley LaFrance at

PSAT 10 Free Prep Help:
Does your school have a specific date when students are taking the PSAT 10 this spring? We're here to help them get ready for it. Check out our  PSAT 10 Preppage for test and prep information.

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6/21, 9AM-2PM @ CCHS
We will be collecting used baseball, softball and playground equipment and donating it to the North Camden Little League in cooperation with Urban Promise. The North Camden Little League has an organization of 800 plus children up to the age of 18. This is a great opportunity to help an organization that does such good and continue to flourish and keep our great game alive! Collection day for this program will be  Saturday June 21st  at Camden Catholic High School 300 Cuthbert Blvd. Cherry Hill, N.J. ( parking lot behind the school near the baseball field)  9am-2pm This equipment will help keep our youth off the streets and on the fields and playgrounds where they are safe and can enjoy a great summer! So please take part in this great cause tell your team, your friends, families and neighbors and clean out your basements, garages, sheds and attics and let's continue to  make this a huge success. For more information please contact Lou Marshall at 856-266-7916. If you are unable to attend that day please contact me and Lou will arrange for a pick-up. Don't forget  Saturday June 21st 9am- 2pm .  Rain or Shine  
  • Berlin AA concession stand volunteers needed. Duties include but are not limited to: serve food, snacks, and beverages to customers to fill their orders, totaling the customer's order and making change in the cash register, making sure counters, metal and glass surfaces are cleaned as needed, check and stock supplies in counter area, display area, and display refrigerators, perform other related duties, tasks and responsibilities as required. ***Please no flip flops, sandals, or open toe shoes. Sneakers or enclosed shoes are permitted only!***
  • Please click here for Sign Up Genius. Located behind the Berlin Community School's Middle School parking lot. Address: 215 N. Franklin Ave. Berlin, NJ 08009. All dates are subject to change due to weather, there may or may not be make-up dates.
  • St. Vincent de Paul Food Distribution: 4th Saturday and 2nd Tuesday of every month from 9am-1pm. Our Lady of Mercy Rectory, White Horse Pike, Somerdale, NJ 08083
    Must contact Mrs. Donna Frieling  856-842-2378.
  • 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

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Girls Lacrosse Softball
1st Team 2nd Team
Saige Lyn Gidzinski
Madison Marks
Brynn Eilbacher Jillian Orcutt
Camille Pottillo  
Julie Rosica Boys Lacrosse
Brelyn Friedman 1st Team
2nd Team Bentley Owens
Kate Walsh Brett Ziegler
Devin Rybacki  
Lynn Hardy Track
  1st Team
Baseball Matt Coffey
1st Team
Boys 4x800 Relay
Brian Brown Zhanye Vines
2nd Team Eliana Santana
Aidan Nanni 2nd Team
  Kim Powers
Girls 4x400 Relay
  Sayndia Sando

Our Mission
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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