Guests enjoying the 2016 Dancing on the Stars Gala.

Sr. Karen Dietrich, Executive Director of Catholic Partnership Schools.

The future of our State and our country is sitting in our classrooms right now and that is a responsibility we take very seriously.

Strengthening and sustaining schools

Integrating technology into the classroom is imperative for 21st century learning. Teachers and students in Catholic Partnership Schools enjoy the benefits of SMART boards, classroom workstations, and fully equipped computer labs.

Our ministry to children includes empowering their families to value education’s significance. Our Family Support Programs allow us to provide necessary tools and resources to families that will reinforce classroom learning and help families identify and remedy barriers to children’s success.

Excellent Catholic schools provide an environment that nourishes the spirits and souls of children to sustain them for a lifetime. Our graduates are moving on to excellent high schools and later on, outstanding universities and professional trades.

Our responsibility is to provide an excellent education that gives children the skills they need for success in rigorous high schools so they have a choice of a college, profession, or trade. Measuring our success is important. It allows us to build on our strengths and to strengthen opportunities for growth.

Education is a transformative power that can positively change children’s lives and give them hope and a future of possibility. CPS co-curricular activities are designed to present new opportunities to students while enhancing their school-day learning.  

Catholic Partnership Schools believes that it is our obligation to insure mastery of core, foundational skills in reading and math. Our new literacy programs include the Children’s Literacy Initiative and First in Math.

Art becomes a unifying theme for Catholic Partnership Schools. In so many ways, the arts, whether visual, musical, or performing, can change everything. Art is a gift, an original gift that changes the one who receives and the one who creates.

Latest News

Holy Name First Graders Show Off Their Reading Skills

Our smart and studious first grade class at Holy Name School was profiled on Channel 3  doing their daily reading exercise with teacher Georgie Gatinella, principal Pat Quinter, and the editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Check out their adorable “magic” glasses! Click here to view.

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Catholic Partnership Schools featured in Two National Reports

Over the past several months, Catholic Partnership Schools have been identified as a promising and successful model by multiple sources. Most recently, our achievements and organizational unity have been highlighted in the new guidebook from the Philanthropy Roundtable’s Catholic School Renaissance: A Wise Giver’s Guide to Strengthening a National Asset. As well as, The Foundations and Donors […]

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Claiming Our Place In The Education Landscape: CPS Releases 2014-2015 Report to the Community

Catholic Partnership Schools is pleased to release its latest 2014-2015 Report to the Community: Claiming Our Place In The Education Landscape. This report is an opportunity for Catholic Partnership Schools to share the many accomplishments achieved throughout the year.

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Catholic Partnership Schools Release Commerical

Just in time for registration for the 2015-2016 school year, Catholic Partnership Schools releases a commercial targeting new families throughout the City of Camden and neighboring communities. The commercial shares some of CPS’ unique characteristics and what makes our schools so special. Learn more about CPS today and make us your choice for your child.

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Catholic Partnership Schools Celebrates Teachers

Happy National Teacher Appreciation Day! This week is a special week. A week to give thanks, in a public way, to the many teachers who fill our five schools each day. On this Teacher Appreciation Week, Catholic Partnership Schools would like thank all of our teachers for their countless hours, their sweat and tears, and their […]

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Keeping Faith in Catholic Education

Catholic Partnership Schools Executive Director Sister Karen Dietrich, SSJ, PhD was recently featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer sharing her thoughts on the changing educational landscape in the City of Camden. Despite a recent surge of Renaissance and Charter Schools in the City, enrollment across all five Catholic schools in Camden remains strong. Also featured in […]

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2015 Dancing on the Stars Gala Cocktail Party Recap

Thank you for your support of Catholic Partnership Schools’ 2nd Annual Gala Cocktail Party Dancing on the Stars hosted by Mark and Ann Baiada and honoring Maureen Nulty. The Dancing on the Stars Gala Cocktail Party in honor of Maureen Nulty is Catholic Partnership Schools’ signature fundraising event and provides the opportunity for investors, supporters […]

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2015 Education Summit Recap

On March 23, 2015, education professionals and support workers filled with auditorium of the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College for a day of thought-provoking discussions lead by some of the nation’s most powerful voices in education.  Keynotes for the 2015 Education Summit included:  Baruti Kafele, an internationally-renowned education speaker. He works with hundreds of […]

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CPS Celebrates Catholic Schools Week #CSW15

  It’s an exciting week for Catholic Partnership Schools and all five of our schools as we celebrate Catholic Schools Week. The theme this year is “Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service” and events are planned during the week to remind us all of the importance of community. Each school has a a fun-filled week […]

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#GivingTuesday – December 2nd

  On December 2nd Catholic Partnership Schools will participate in #GivingTuesday, a worldwide effort that will harness the collective power of a unique blend of partners—charities, families, businesses and individuals—to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. Coinciding with the Thanksgiving Holiday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season, […]

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