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.

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

Small Schools Matter

Sr. Karen Dietrich’s commentary was published in the Courier Post: Commentary: Inner-city children can thrive in small schools.

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The 11th Annual James Gillespie, Sr. Memorial Beef and Beer

The 11th Annual James Gillespie, Sr. Memorial Beef and Beer will be held from 2:00 p.m. until  6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 25, 2017 at PJ Whelihan’s located at 1854 Marlton Pike, Cherry Hill, N.J. Click here to purchase tickets. For more information please call 856-338-0966.

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Commentary: Smaller Schools and Class Sizes Make a Difference

Executive Director, Sister Karen Dietrich, SSJ, explains why smaller schools and class sizes make a difference in this commentary published in The Inquirer Daily News. Read the entire article at Philly.com.

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Sr. Storyteller

Our youngest students had a special visitor last week. Sr. Bridget Hasse visited our Pre-School and Kindergarten classes to share her talent of storytelling and puppetry.  View the Highlights from Sister Storyteller‘s visit.

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Bishop Sullivan Visits Holy Name School

Bishop Sullivan visited Holy Name School yesterday to welcome them back to school and celebrate the Feast of the Birthday of the Blessed Mother. Bishop visited classrooms, commenting on how hardworking the students were, and presented the school with a flag featuring Pope Francis from the World Youth conference in Poland.

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Another Choice for Educating Camden’s Children

Executive Director, Sister Karen Dietrich, SSJ, claims our place in the educational landscape of Camden with this commentary published in the Courier-Post. Click here.

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“Magic” Glasses

Magic Glasses: Young readers wear their ‘Magic Glasses’ to look for words they recognize in the local paper at Holy Name School. 

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Official End of Summer Programs

It was an amazing summer of learning and fun from ESL “Campers” to Soaring through Summer “Olympians”, to High School Enrichment Program “We wish we could sleep late-ers”. Many thanks to the staff who made it all happen! For ESL: S. Clarisa Vazquez, Charlotte Perez, Georgie Gattinella, and Megan Hee. For High School Enrichment: Emilia […]

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2016 CPS Angels Baseball Team

The 2016 CPS Angels baseball team was having a ball playing in the North Camden Little League over the weekend. The team is comprised of 11 boys from 4-6th grades from all five CPS schools. Thanks to coaches Marcus Meara and Luca Chigounis for their continued work with our young men!

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Fund a Future

The future of our State and our country is sitting in our classrooms right now and that is a responsibility we take very seriously. Our schools don’t simply educate students; they change the lives of thousands of children and their families at a fraction of the cost of public schools. Our donors’ support has helped […]

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