In our schools, children grow in their faith, receive an outstanding education and participate in a wide range of activities outside the classroom – especially in service to others.
Because Catholic schools have the freedom to celebrate our faith openly, we have the unique ability to bring ethics, morality and creativity into every facet of learning. We educate the whole person, far beyond the core elements of traditional schooling. In this way, Catholic schools are a gift not only to our students and their families, but also to our Church, our community, and the future these young people will shape as adults. For this reason, a Catholic School education is “the Gift of a Lifetime.”
The doors of our schools in Southern New Jersey are always open to interested families who desire to learn in a Catholic school setting. If you are concerned about financial obligations, please know that tuition assistance and financing options may be available.
I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to give your children this Gift of a Lifetime. God bless you and God bless our Catholic schools.
Sincerely in Christ,
Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D.
Bishop of Camden
The Diocese of Camden proudly sponsors 28 elementary schools and six high schools throughout Southern New Jersey. Three private high schools offer additional options for families seeking a Catholic education.
South Jersey Catholic Schools are filled with administrators, faculty and staff members who dedicate every day to our mission, helping young minds grow spiritually, academically and in service to others. Many of our teachers have advanced degrees and/or come to our schools with career experience in areas such as business, law, medicine, technology and the arts. Our students are eager learners, growing in faith and knowledge and seeking ways to make a difference in their communities.I invite you to learn first-hand the difference a Catholic school can make for your child. Find a school near you or contact the Office of Catholic Schools at 856-583-6103 to learn more.
Mary P. Boyle
Superintendent of Catholic Schools