Camden Schools Primary Admissions Essay

High School Plus Program

The High School Plus program (dual credit) is designed to accelerate student achievement by awarding college credits for college-level work completed while in high school.

The program offers freshman-level college courses. The courses approved for college credit are usually Honors or AP high school courses that have been certified as containing all the components of the college-level course for which credit will be awarded. For example, a student taking high school Physics will receive high school credit and four (4) Camden County College credits.

It should be understood that no college, including Camden County College, can absolutely guarantee the transferability of its credits to another institution. Ultimately, transferability is up to each institution from which the student is seeking credit and any questions should be directed to that institution.

Cost:

$150 per course

Participating High Schools

Audubon High School
Bishop Eustace High School
Burlington County Institute of Technology
Camden Academy Charter High School
Camden Catholic High School
Camden City School District
Camden County Technical Schools
Cherry Hill East High School
Cherry Hill West High School
Clayton High School Clearview High School
Collingswood High School
Delsea Regional High School
Deptford High School
Eastern High School
Gateway High School
Glassboro High School
Gloucester City High SchooL
Haddon Heights High School

Haddon Township High School
Hammonton High School
Highland High School
Kingsway High School
Our Lady of Mercy Academy
Overbrook High School
Paul VI High School
Pennsauken High School
Salem County Technical School
St. Augustine Preparatory Academy
St. Joseph’s High School
Sterling High School
Timber Creek High School
Triton High School
Washington Township High School
West Deptford High School
Williamstown High School
Winslow Township High SchooL
Woodrow Wilson High School

Contact Information:

Division of School, Community and Workforce Training Program
Blackwood Campus Connector Building Room 351
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4530

 Dr. Michael Colbert,Program Administrator
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4307
mcolbert@camdencc.edu

Since 1887, Camden Catholic has prepared more students for college
than any other private school in South Jersey. Accepting students on a rolling basis for the 2018-19 academic year.

Camden Catholic High School provides an environment that the allows the student: 

  • to grow academically in preparation for college
  • to mature morally as a person in preparation for the world in which they will lead
  • to learn how to interact with various cultures in preparation for the real world
  • to embrace their communities in preparation for them to serve

Our well-qualified and caring faculty takes the time to know their students as individuals and nurture their talents, even sometimes unveiling new talents. In addition to this engaging learning experience, Camden Catholic High School offers a full range of interscholastic athletics, and a wide variety of clubs and extra-curricular activities. This close-knit community makes Camden Catholic a place where students, during their teenage years, find themselves, uncover talents, grow academically and spiritually, and are more than ready to take a step into that real world.

Do you have what it takes to be….

 a National Merit Scholar?
… a National Honor Society member?
… a state champion?
… a retreat leader?
… a member of a prestigious music program?
… a drama performer?
… a foreign exchange student?
… a spirited CCHS student that “bleeds green”?

Then You Belong at Camden Catholic.

If you would like to talk more about admissions at Camden Catholic please call 856-663-2247 ext. 136 or email admissions@camdencatholic.org. There are three areas of the admissions website depending on your status: prospective freshman student, transfer student, or international student. Please look at the proper links. Also be sure to check out the videos below!

Sincerely, 

Howie Sexton
Director of Admissions

 


Welcoming the Class of 2021

Upperclassmen welcome our freshmen during orientation for the Class of 2021 in September. A Link Crew leadership team made up of administration, faculty, staff and students hosts an awesome day of fun and team building to orient the newest members of the Camden Catholic family to their new classmates and surroundings. Video directed, produced and edited by Chris Spano ’18. 

Welcoming the Class of 2020

The newest members of the Irish family enjoy Link Crew Orientation during their first few days as Camden Catholic students. They are welcomed into school by our specially-trained group of Link Crew Leaders, consisting of students, faculty and staff. Video produced and directed by Justin Cruz ’17. 


Welcoming the Class of 2019

The Freshman class is welcomed into Camden Catholic during a memorable orientation, and celebrates becoming members of the CCHS family. 

“The Irish Experience”: Admissions Video 2015

 


Welcoming the Class of 2018

In what’s become an annual tradition, the CCHS family welcomes the class of 2018 through this entertaining production, created during Orientation 2014, led by faculty, administrators and students who are members of the official Link Crew welcoming body.



Camden Catholic: Our Second Home 

This video encourages prospective students to learn about Camden Catholic’s outstanding faith, academics, athletics, Leadership Academy, along with inviting them to spend a Guest Day at Camden Catholic.  

For more information and to experience a Guest Day, please visit http://www.camdencatholic.org/s/835/Admisstart.aspx?sid=835&gid=1&pgid=305
This video was created by students Ally MacLean ’15, and Katelyn D’Ambrosio ’16.


Home – Welcoming the Class of 2017

Camden Catholic students and faculty welcome this year’s class to their home away from home. 


We Are Camden Catholic

Students share what the Camden Catholic Experience is all about:


Call Me Maybe – Welcoming the Class of 2016
Welcoming the Class of 2016 this year with a little help from Carly Rae Jepsen!

 


Green And White Wall
A look at what Camden Catholic means to students:

 


Welcome, Class of 2015

The incoming Class of 2015 was welcomed by current students, faculty, clubs, and teams to Camden Catholic in a different way:

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