New Catholic high school in South Jersey

June 18, 2008
1,200-student facility would be the first Catholic high school in Gloucester County

The Camden, N.J., Catholic Diocese is finalizing plans to build its first new Roman Catholic high school in 40 years in the fastest-growing county in South Jersey. Church officials want to purchase a 100-acre farm in Gloucester County as the site for a 1,200-student facility. The diocese is moving forward with the high school, its first in the county, at the same time a shift in the region's Catholic population has led it to close nine elementary schools and make plans to merge 66 parishes.

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