Gloucester Catholic has announced our reopening plan (click on link below) to welcome our students, faculty and staff back to campus and reopen school in September. Our reopening plan was developed in coordination with the Diocese of Camden with the expectation that we reopen full time for in-person learning. We are following the New Jersey guidelines, the CDC, and local public health officials to ensure the safety of our students, families, faculty, staff and all members of our community as we reopen school.
Thank you again for your cooperation, patience and flexibility. We look forward to the renewal of school life in September. Please continue to keep Gloucester Catholic in your prayers, as well as all those affected by COVID-19. Thank you again for your support.
Gloucester Catholic’s Class of 2020 recently received their diplomas after completing required course work. See where members of this special graduating class of Rams will be headed this coming Fall as they move on to a new stage in their lives.
If you would like to register online, visit www.gchsrams.org and click on the “Apply Online” tab on the home page. You may also download a paper application on the GC web site.
If you would like to schedule a visit to Gloucester Catholic as a Ram for a Day, please register online at www.gchsrams.org by clicking on the Ram for a Day link and submitting the form.
For additional information, please contact Mr. Tom Flynn, Director of Admissions, at email@example.com.
Dear Families and Friends of Gloucester Catholic,
You may have heard that Congress is presently working on the fourth phase of federal economic stimulus relief. It is imperative that every family who has children in our diocese contacts their elected officials in Washington asking for their assistance in providing additional funds for nonpublic school students. Parents can use the Voter Voice System set up by the NJ Catholic Conference. This is a very quick and easy way to get your message out to legislators.
Please see the attached materials below:
It is with genuine regret that we have decided to cancel this year’s Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament, scheduled for July 24th, due to the ongoing crisis affecting our world, our country and great state of New Jersey. We do so with heavy hearts. The scholarships that are funded through the Gaudreau Family Scholars Program remain an important priority for all of us. More than 30 students at Gloucester Catholic have been positively impacted by the generous support of our golfers and sponsors. There is hope. We have already started the planning for the 2021 Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament, one that we promise will be bigger, better, and more impactful. For your support of Gloucester Catholic and the Gaudreau Family Scholars Program, we remain grateful. We send our best wishes to you and your families for good health in these exceedingly difficult and challenging times. In the true spirit of Gloucester Catholic, we will come through this stronger.
All the best,
The Gaudreau Family and Ed Beckett ’78, Principal
Governor Murphy has extended school closures through the end of June. Please see important message below about the continuation of distance learning through June 30 at Gloucester Catholic. It includes a statement from the Bishop’s office concerning schools in the Diocese of Camden.
Gloucester Catholic will contact parents and families by email with further information.
Please continue to keep all of those affected by the COVID-19 crisis in your prayers.
Students, faculty and alumni are invited to participate in our all-school liturgy live streamed by Father Ramos at 9 am on Wednesday morning, April 8th on the Gloucester Catholic Facebook page.