Camden Charter School News

Today’s decision to revoke the charter of the Camden Community Charter School (CCCS) is extremely disappointing and completely unwarranted. In its three-and-a-half shor...

View the gallery to see pictures from Camden Community Charter School's Legacy Tennis field trip.

Camden Community Charter School hosted a Valentine's Day Dance on Friday, Feb. 10. Scholars enjoyed a night filled with dancing, food, and family and friends.

Camden Community Charter School will celebrate National School Choice Week January 22-28. Held every January, National School Choice Week shines a positive spotlight on eff...

Santa Claus hand-delivered gifts to kindergarten, first grade, and second grade scholars at the 4th annual Santa Brigade on Thursday, December 22. The toys and gift...

Camden Community Charter School is working to make the Thanksgiving holiday brighter for the families of its students during its annual Thanksgiving gift card giveaway. The scho...

For decades, the NAACP has worked to throw open the schoolhouse doors for children of color. At every turn, they have fought to remove the ethnic and racial barriers that stand ...

By Bob Brooks CAMDEN, N.J. (WPVI) — Police haven't given up — not even close — in their search for the killer in the shooti...

By Laurada Byers Philadelphia's public pools are closing this week and back-to-school sales are everywhere, but the first day of school is still a ways off for the 140,00...

Camden Community Charter School is mourning the loss of one of its bright young scholars after a tragic shooting Wednesday night. The student, who was 8 years old and about t...

By Nina Rees for Heritage Foundation President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools This year marks the 25th anniversary of the nation’s first c...

CAMDEN – Camden Community Charter School gives all 700 students books to take home and read through the summer months. Watch this SNJ Today video for the full story.

The staff at Camden Community Charter School is taking action to prevent a decline in students’ reading growth over the summer On Friday, June 17, all 70...

On Thursday, June 9, Camden Community Charter School honored parents and guardians who received the highest grades in the school's "Parents' Report Card" ...

Camden Community Charter School hosted a Fitness Party on Thursday, June 2, to promote health and wellness. CCCS received a grant totaling $2,400 from NFL Play 60 t...

Thanks to generous grants and donations, Camden Community Charter School will be able to provide each scholar with 15 to 30 books for the upcoming summer. Wilbooks, which off...

Camden Community Charter School hosted its annual Father Daughter Dance on Friday, April 22. The purpose of the event was to allow fathers in the Camden community the oppor...

Camden Community Charter School celebrated ‎Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss's birthday on Wednesday, March 2. Scholars dressed as their favorite book characters an...

The Phillies Phitness team visited Camden Community Charter School on Thursday, February 11, to teach students about the importance of being active through both exercises and ac...

Santa Claus made a special appearance in Camden bringing joy, excitement and gifts to several boys and girls whose families are struggling financially. It was the true meanin...

Santa Claus hand-delivered gifts to Camden Community Charter School scholars at the 3rd annual Santa Brigade on Tuesday, December 22. The toys and gifts were provided by ...

By Matt Flowers CAMDEN – "Its Santa!" students of Lisa Lowery's kindergarten class screamed. "Has everyone been good this year?" Santa asked ...

Since Camden Community Charter School opened its door in September 2013, it has lived up to its promise of being an agent of change for the children of Camden. Now, with the ...

By Vanesa Serrano Molina School failed me and my family for years. As a parent, I seek a place to send my child to school to learn, to grow intellectually into the le...

By Jomayra I. Torres Public charter schools have been making headlines in New Jersey for years. As policymakers debate equitable funding and the expanding role of charter...