Gloucester Catholic students believe in the values of their Christian faith.
Gloucester Catholic provides students with the knowledge needed for life.
Gloucester Catholic students practice their faith.
Gloucester Catholic students remain loyal to God, their school, and one other. Once a Ram; always a Ram!
Gloucester Catholic Closed on Thursday, March 5
Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School will be closed on Thursday, March 5, due to the forecasted severe winter weather. Students are reminded that ITED testing will continue on Friday while the senior boys' retreat will also take place on Friday.
Registration Information: Become Part of the Ram Tradition!
Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School is currently accepting applications for those families wishing to enroll students in Grades 7-11 for the 2015-2016 school year.
An online application may be found on this website. Go to “Apply to Gloucester Catholic” on the left side of the website. A paper application is also available. Click on the GC Applications link and download the form.
Any student wishing to "Become a Ram for a Day" is welcome to contact the school to set up a personal visit. For additional information, please call Mr. Tom Flynn, Admissions, at (856) 456-4400, Ext. 228.
We welcome you to become part of the Ram Tradition here at Gloucester Catholic, and we look forward to you joining our family!
Bishop Sullivan Congratulates the Gaudreau Family During Recent “Johnny Hockey” Homecoming
Diocese of Camden Bishop Dennis Sullivan visits with Guy and Jane Gaudreau, parents of Flames' star Johnny Gaudreau, during the Flames' 3-2 win over the Flyers on March 3 at the Wells Fargo Center. Calgary's Johnny Gaudreau is a Gloucester Catholic graduate who is a candidate for the NHL Rookie of the Year award this season. Read more about Johnny's return home by clicking on the image below.
Gloucester Catholic Celebrates the Season of Lent
Father Allain Caparas celebrated the Ash Wednesday liturgy and the beginning of Lent with Gloucester Catholic students, faculty and administrators on February 18 in the GCHS gymnasium. Father Caparas stated this year's Lenten Challenge as doing something positive in the areas of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. He asked our students and faculty to continue refraining from gossip and limiting the use of social media to necessary communications.
Gloucester Catholic Partners With Rowan College at Gloucester County!
The future looks bright for Gloucester Catholic students as Rowan College at Gloucester County aligns with GC Junior Senior High School to offer free college-prep services to make the transition to higher education easier. Gloucester Catholic is the first private institution to partner with Rowan College’s new Center for College and Career Readiness, a program that helps high school students better prepare for the rigors of higher education. Call our Admissions Department at (856) 456-4400 for additional details.
Apply to Gloucester Catholic Online!
You may now apply to Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School online! For the online application, select the "Apply Online" button on the left side of this home page. A traditional paper copy (PDF) application is also available on the left side of this home page.
Gloucester Catholic High School’s Mission
Gloucester Catholic High School empowers young men and women to become faithful citizens and to develop in all aspects of life: spiritual, intellectual, moral, emotional, social and physical.
Our goal is that our graduates continue their education and carry with them a guide for Catholic Christian living: vibrant faith, respect for human dignity, strong belief in the values of family, promotion of justice, service to community and country, and the desire to make a positive difference in society.
Gloucester Catholic High School is enriched by a legacy of Catholic tradition spanning four generations. We draw strength and inspiration from our past as we make an exceptional Catholic education available and accessible to our future leaders.