Boys' Cross Country Team at CCTS Wins
2014 NJ Technical Athletic Council Championship

Congratulations to Anthony Copestick, Head Boys Coach at Camden County Technical School and Head Girls Coach Andy Schafer and the Varsity Boys’ Cross Country Team at the Gloucester Township Campus for winning the New Jersey Technical Athletic Council Championship on October 27, 2014. This race was attended by all Vocational Technical Schools throughout NJ.

The team also won the NJ Technical Athletic Council South Jersey Invitational that was held at Westampton Technical School earlier in the season. This was the second consecutive year that the team won this invitational.

"We were happy winning the South Jersey title back-to-back for the first time in the school's history, but we knew the NJ Technical Council Championship was still ahead," said Coach Copestick. "We had a great chance of winning since we had a record where we had only lost one dual meet the entire season. We only celebrated our South Jersey Championship for a day and then got right to work preparing for the NJTAC meet. Coach Schafer explained to the team that in order to be successful at Holmdel, we would have to do a lot of hill work. Living in South Jersey, our runners had no idea about the hills they would face when we traveled north to Holmdel. The practices were long and hard, but it paid off when we won the championship."

The Championship team was led by Captain Jacob Gilbert, Seniors Trayvon Price and Daquan Lindsey and Freshmen, Nelson Aliciea and Alex Camacho.

Choir Members from Camden County Technical Schools Perform at County Vigil

The Chamber Choir from Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) performed at a candlelight vigil in remembrance of those who lost their lives to drug and/or alcohol addiction. The Camden County Freeholder Board and the newly created Addiction Awareness Task Force coordinated the evening in an effort to provide fellowship and hope. More than 350 people attended to remember their family, friends, and loved ones.

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College/Post-Secondary Acceptance

Congratulations to our CCTS students who were accepted into the following colleges, universities, military branches or other postsecondary institutions:

Gloucester Township Campus

Alston, D'amonte A. - Bendedict College, SC ($52,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
Baile, Azure E. - Bendedict College, SC ($52,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
Brooks, Adariah N. - Bendedict College, SC ($52,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
Coles, Nikia L. -  Bendedict College, SC ($8,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
McIntyre, Alexandria L. - Eastern University,  PA ($56,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
Simmons, Quason A. - Bendedict College, SC ($30,000 - 4 Year scholarship)/Johnson & Wales University, RI ($40,000 - 4 Year Scholarship)
Steinbach, Karl D. - US ARMY
Watkins, Ebbia M. - Bendedict College, SC ($68,000 - 4 Year scholarship)/Richard Stockton College of NJ
Webber, Quinn M. -  Culinary Institute of America, NY ($20,000 - 4 Year Scholarship)/Johnson & Wales University, RI ($32,000 - 4 Year Scholarship)
Williams, Arianna D. -  Bendedict College, SC ($52,000 - 4 Year scholarship)
Zacamy, Rebecca L. -  Johnson & Wales University, RI ($32,000 - 4 Year Scholarship)
Zapata, Malaysia N. - Bendedict College, SC ($52,000 - 4 Year scholarship)

World Class Musician Showcases Talent and Provides Words of Inspiration to Music Academy Students at Camden County Technical Schools  

The students in the Music Academy at Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) were spellbound when Julian Bliss of Great Britain, one of the world’s finest solo clarinetists, personally visited their class on September 11.


Culinary Students from Camden County Technical Schools Win Grand Championship at County Competition

September 2014 - Congratulations to the students and staff in the Culinary Arts Career Program at Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) for winning the Grand Championship and three other awards at the Annual Camden County BBQ Cook Off on September 12. The students and staff competed against eight other teams comprised of police officers, fire fighters, health care workers, correction officers, college staff, and other county employees.

“We are very honored to compete in such a wonderful event,” said Judy Tencza, culinary arts teacher. “It’s a great experience for our students to go head–to–head with so many great chefs."


Penn Tech Earns Bronze Medal from US News and World Report

The Pennsauken Campus of the Camden County Technical School District has been acknowledged nationally for its high level of student achievement and its commitment to educating students.


Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying

2014 - School Self-Assessment

While completing the New Jersey Department of Education School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights, we learned that our school district has demonstrated strengths in most of the core elements, such as HIB training, personnel, programs and approaches, investigative procedures, and reporting. Any areas that scored less than perfect have been addressed, with changes made to our policies and procedures, to strengthen our commitment in providing a safe, secure, and caring environment at Camden County Technical Schools.

Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying District Policy 5512

Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying Reporting form - District Regulation 5512

Information for Parents and Students

District Anti Bullying Coordinator
Dawn Sponheimer
343 Berlin Cross Keys Road
Sicklerville, NJ 08081
856-767-7000 x-5434
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