Camden County High School

The Bruins Den-February, 2016

Second Semester Open House

We will have our second semester open house on February 3 at 6:00 p.m. We encourage you to come out and meet your child's second semester teachers.

Social Media Awareness Presentation

Following the Open House on February 3, we will have a social media awareness presentation. Representatives from the Camden County Sheriff's Department will be on hand to discuss issues regarding teens and social media. All parents are encouraged to attend.

Congratulations to the Varsity Cheerleaders, Coastal 10 Conference Champions!!!

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2016-2017 Registration

It's hard to believe, but it's almost time to register for classes for the 2016-2017 school year. Registration for upcoming seniors, juniors, and sophomores will take in late February. For information on course selections, see the CCHS Curriculum Guide at the link below.

Released Items for State Exams

Each year the Department of Public Instruction releases forms of the End of Course Tests and NC Final Exams. Reviewing these released forms will help students know and understand what the tests will look like so that there are no surprises on exam day. The released forms can be found at the link below:

Fall Portraits

It's not too late to order fall portraits. You can order from Lifetouch online.

  1. Order online at photogifts.lifetouch.com
  2. Log in with your Portrait ID and Access Code located in your picture package.

Parent/Guardian, how was this year's school picture experience? Take Survey.

Parent Advisory Council

The Parent Advisory Council will meet the first Tuesday of each month at 5:00. If you have an issue or concern that you would like to discuss, please feel free to contact Mr. Berry at bberry@camden.k12.nc.us or feel free to stop by the meeting.

Rachel's Challenge

CCHS will participate in Rachel's Challenge this year. For more information on Rachel's Challenge, check out the video below:
The story that changes everything

Canvas Mobile App

Download the Canvas mobile app for your Apple or Android device to keep up with your assignments, grades, and homework. To search for CCHS, just type in ccsnc.instructure.com.

CCHS Parent Resource Symbaloo

Camden County High School teachers have created a Symbaloo to give students and parents additional resources to help with homework and studying. A Symbaloo works essentially like a favorites list. Just click on the resource you are looking for and it will take you directly to the website. Click the link below to access the Symbaloo.

Bruin Focus

Bruin Focus is a tutoring session for CCHS students that meets Wednesdays from 3:10 – 4:00. This group will focus on transitioning freshmen for high school success and tutoring all students. All students are encouraged to attend these sessions.

What's Happening This Week:

February 1, 2016


February 2, 2016

Home Basketball vs. Perquimans

Athletic Boosters Chicken Dinner


February 3, 2016

School Improvement Team Meeting-3:15

Parent Advisory Council Meeting-5:00

Second Semester Open House-6:00

Social Media Presentation-7:00


February 4, 2016

Cap and Gown Portraits

Voter Registration Drive-Lunch


February 5, 2016

Basketball @ Mattamuskeet

What's Happening Next Week:

February 8, 2016

Berry and Harnly Out-Greenville

Driver's Ed. Begins


February 9, 2016

Work Keys Exam

Home Basketball vs. Plymouth


February 10, 2016


February 11, 2016

Voter Registration Drive-Lunch

Board of Education Meeting

Basketball @ Perquimans


February 12, 2016

Camden County High School

MISSION STATEMENT

We believe that Camden County High School students have opportunities to graduate from a rigorous, relevant academic program so they will succeed in post-secondary education, 21st century careers, and as productive citizens while fostering meaningful relationships.


OUR BELIEFS

  • All students who desire can learn.
  • Camden County High School has high expectations for all students, teachers, staff and administrators.
  • The staff will work consistently as a team to guide students to achieve their highest potential.
  • Students, parents, and staff share responsibility for student learning.

CCHS Highlight Video

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