WATCH VIDEO! Gloucester Catholic Stages Production of “Seussical the Musical”


Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Seussical the Musical”, which is being staged by Gloucester Catholic students this weekend at the Rowan College at Gloucester County Fine Arts Center. Check out the video below.
One more show will begin today (Saturday, March 18) at 1:30 pm. Tickets are still available.

Register for an RCGC course at Gloucester Catholic!

There will be a representative at Gloucester Catholic on November 14th to register qualified students for an RCGC class for the spring term. Students who have never taken a course at RCGC should make an appointment with Mrs. Buckland at least a week in advance in order to complete the High School Option (HSOP) form and review requirements for signing up for a class.

An Announcement from Gloucester Catholic Principal Ed Beckett

May 19, 2016

Dear Families, Alumni and Friends of Gloucester Catholic,

I write to inform you of the news that Fr. Allain Caparas has been assigned to serve as Principal of St. Joseph’s High School in Hammonton, NJ beginning with the 2016-17 school year. We informed the faculty and staff of Father’s assignment yesterday and held an assembly with our student body to inform them of his new duties. Father addressed the students and we held a prayer service with students, faculty and staff which included a tribute to Fr. Caparas.

Mr. Colman and I want to thank Fr. Caparas for his selfless service to our students and the Gloucester Catholic community over the last three years. The impact he has had on the hundreds of students he served, as well as their families and the wider community, is incalculable. He has poured himself out on their behalf in prayer, teaching, counseling, celebrating the sacraments and leading our students to a deeper knowledge and experience of Christ present in their lives. Whether cheering at a sporting event, humming a tune in the hallway or leading a European tour, Fr. Caparas’s joyful spirit touched the lives of not only his students and their families, but also of our faculty and staff. He has, in short, been an exemplary priest in his time here at Gloucester Catholic.

While we will miss him greatly, we wish him many blessings in his new vineyard at St. Joseph’s in Hammonton. We know that the community there will grow to love him as deeply as we have and that his service there will bear great fruit as well. Father will continue here at Gloucester Catholic until the end of the school year. If you’d like to drop him a note, you can reach him here.

Please keep Fr. Caparas and Gloucester Catholic in your prayers.


All the best,


Ed Beckett



GCHS Forms Partnership 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.

Gloucester Catholic Students Announce Spring College Commitments

L to R: Danielle Baxter, Alexa Bonomo, Austin Regan, Olivia Cann, and Eva Partridge.

L to R: Danielle Baxter, Alexa Bonomo, Austin Regan, Olivia Cann, and Eva Partridge.

Five Gloucester Catholic High School student-athletes have committed to the following colleges to play sports in the 2015-2016 school year:

Austin Regan — Philadelphia University (Golf)

Eva Partridge — Widener University (Swimming)

Olivia Cann — Rider University (Swimming)

Danielle Baxter — Gwynedd Mercy University (soccer)

Alexa Bonomo — Rowan University (Field Hockey)

The announcements were made on April 15, 2015, National Spring Signing Day.

Congratulations to all on their collegiate choices and best of luck!

Alumni Scholarship Winners Honored During Communion Breakfast

More than 40 students were honored as Alumni Scholars at the annual Gloucester Catholic Alumni Association ALUMNI SCHOLAR2014_1ACommunion Breakfast on Sunday, November 23rd. The generous spirit of the GCHS Alumni Association provides full and partial scholarships for these young leaders.

Freshmen and sophomores honored at the event included: Emma Billings, Sabrina Blake, Morgan Burman, Michael Casino, Johnny Jackson, Mia Lugiano, Meghan McGonigle, Monica Patel, Curtis Pegues, John Reimel, Marissa Rodriguez, Jack Ruggieri, Isabella Versace, Michael Zelinski, Laura Blaston, Kiersten Labbree, Garrett Lugiano, Patrick Glennan, Joseph Fowler, Matthew Gray, Devon Gadek, Matthew Masiejczyk, Caroline Marinari, Kayla Sorbello, Matthew Mood, Tyler Suckiel, Kaitlyn Allison, Brandon Buchanan, Megan McGowan, Camryn McHugh, Lauren Rossi, Gregory Cann, Meghan Gedaka, Christopher Polidoro, Victoria Straub, Kate Allison, Timothy Logan, Emma Murphy, Andrew Guldin, Nicole Langdale, Andrew Stetser, and Taylor Rouh.