Cherry Hill, NJ (PRWEB) February 20, 2010
Prospective and current students, parents, alumni and the general public can easily stay informed about Camden Catholic High School’s student life, academics, admissions, campus ministry, and alumni activities at the newly redesigned website http://www.camdencatholic.org.
The unveiling of the website comes as Camden Catholic re-emphasizes the key role it has played for more than 120 years as the school which has educated more students for college than any other school in South Jersey. “We recognize how technology has become essential in all our lives and how for many, the website is the first place they go when looking for information about our school. Our revitalized design makes it easier to find what you’re searching for on the site,” said Mary Whipkey, Director of Advancement.
The new website focuses on audience-specific categories, including Admissions, Academics, Advancement, and CCHS Parents. Each interest area puts reports and other facts at the visitor’s fingertips. In addition, new video clips are now posted for viewing in the Admissions page. The “CCHS In the News” section found in the “About Us” page of the site gives the media and anyone else interested in what’s new at Camden Catholic quick access to the latest news releases on school news.
The “Alumni” section has a Career Center where alumni can network when looking to hire or find new positions and photo sharing and message board to enable alumni to stay in touch.
“We think our vibrant site demonstrates our continued efforts to stay abreast of the newest technology and keep our many audiences well informed,” Whipkey said.
About Camden Catholic High School
Each year, approximately 95% of the students from Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, NJ, enroll in two- and four-year colleges. Since 1887, the Catholic co-educational college preparatory school has prepared more students for college than any other high school in South Jersey. Known for its academics, arts, and athletics, it has approximately 850 students from 70 towns and cities in South Jersey. The website for the school – which celebrates the themes of opportunity, community, and tradition – is http://www.camdencatholic.org.
Editors: For a jpg of the website homepage, contact Elva Clements at elva (at) alvare (dot) com.