Pennsauken and
Gloucester Township Campus

Our SchoolsDr. Stallone

Gloucester Township Campus
Message from the Principal

Dr. Teri Stallone

As educators, we give the gift that cannot be repaid. This gift forms bonds and makes connections with our students. We focus on the skills and interactions that allow students to become indispensable driving forces for whatever tomorrow's economy and society may become. We believe that the young adults who attend CCTS will graduate with an advantage that the student who attends a traditional high school will not have. The advantage is the acquisition of career skills coupled with problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as becoming self-directed and self-assessing lifelong learners.

The needs of our students are met with services provided by a dedicated staff, faculty and educational service professionals, such as the guidance and child study team members. Student-centered instruction is our method of delivering curricular information. We promote student discovery of new knowledge so that strong connections are made with prior learning.

New programs are constantly being developed. For example, over the past five years we have started the following new programs and courses: Law and Public Safety, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Mandarin, Art, Performing Arts and Music Academies. We are continuing to develop an Integrated Studies approach to the Science Technology Engineering and Manufacturing (STEM) and Performing Arts programs. Our students also participate in the numerous activities and athletic programs offered at CCTS.

The CCTS education team is extremely eager to provide your son/daughter with the best possible academic and technical education. Parents/guardians are encouraged to become involved in their child's education. We believe that the education of children is a joint responsibility of the family and school. Parents/guardians are invited to participate in the Parent Advisory Council and Parent Voice Committee. Please contact the staff in the principal's office if you wish to become a member of these committees.

We look forward to providing learning experiences that set our students on a life-long career path. If we work together and communicate effectively, your individual goals, as well as the school goals can be attained.



2014 - HIB 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.



Parent Advisory/Parent Voice Committee Meetings
Gloucester Township Campus

TENTATIVE DATES
*Monday, September 23, 2013
*Monday, March 3, 2014


*Meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Center in Building 1.

Interested? Please fill out this form.