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St. Joseph High School Signs Partnership with Neumann University

St. Joseph High School in Hammonton expands its Pathway to College initiative by signing a partnership-agreement that would enable the two institutions to collaborate in academic and college preparation opportunities.

The partnership includes Guaranteed Admissions for qualified SJHS students, Partnership Scholarships exclusive for qualifying SJHS students with a maximum award of $64,000.00, Dual-Credit Courses, Grant Funding-Opportunities, Peer Mentoring, and Internships.

Pictured from left to right: Dillon Kramer (SJHS Class of 2018), Edward P. Wright (Director of Undergraduate Admissions), Dr. Chris Domes (President, Neumann University), Susan P. Kassab (Dean of Enrollment Management), Fr. Allain B. Caparas (Principal and President, St. Joseph High School), Louise Fourney (Director of Guidance, SJHS), Carina Barse (SJHS Class of 2018).

St. Joseph High School is one of six diocesan and three private Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Camden.