Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May County Campus will be the home to 4-H members from March 12-16 as 4-Hers give their annual public presentations.
The event was an opportunity for the student body to come together and celebrate the district slogan, “Diversity is our Strength.”
In front of an audience of 700 students and parents at Middle Township’s Performing Arts Center, McNeal defeated 28 other contestants between the ages of 11 and 14, in the 23rd round of the fifth annual spelling bee of the township’s middle school.
Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week (CSW), Jan. 28 through Feb. 3, 2018. CSW is a national annual celebration of Catholic Education, and this year’s theme was “Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.”
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications from high school graduates planning to pursue a college education or a trade school education.
For 11 years, the National Liberty Museum and State Farm have recognized “Teachers as Heroes,” ordinary Americans who, through extraordinary efforts, impact students across the nation.
The filing deadline for Atlantic Cape Community College’s 2018 Student Scholarship Application Packet is fast approaching. Applications are due by Feb. 9.
It wasn't night court that kept the lights burning in Courtroom B of Cape May County Superior Courthouse Jan. 18, it was a session of this year's Vincent J. Appruzzese Mock Trial Competitions.
Under a new program added to the current County Technical Adult Education offerings, Cape May County residents are now eligible to apply for training for a CDL license through a Fare Free Internship Program.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs will bring its Consumer Bowl competition to high schools across the state starting this week.
Dennis Township Middle School Student Government members volunteered at the annual Dennisville Historic Homeowners’ Christmas House Tour Dec. 16.
Taylor, the 2018 New Jersey Superintendent of the Year, was recognized by the New Jersey State Board of Education at a Dec. 6 ceremony, at the department’s Trenton headquarters, according to a release.
Middle Township High School Athletics will honor four distinguished alumni athletes by unveiling new banners of their retired jerseys in a ceremony Jan. 9, 2018.
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Alumni Association Advisory Committee is accepting nominations for the Atlantic Cape Community College President’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
Cape Tech was named one of the nation’s 255 state finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages students to solve real-world issues in their community.
Nov. 20, Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School officially unveiled Lori Larkin Court, named in honor of retired teacher and athletic director Lori Larkin.
On Dec. 6, students from Cape Christian Academy were busy baking dozens of cookies for our local community to enjoy, making this Christmas season a little sweeter!
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey, in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health, today announced the launch of the sixth annual Protect Me With 3+ poster and video contest.
Dr. Nancy Hudanich, superintendent of the Cape May County Technical School District, conducted the Superintendent’s Advisory Council meeting on Dec. 5.
The grand opening offered an introduction to the Funding Information Network, a fundraising information and grant research hub offering free access to the most comprehensive online tools and resources.
Thirty-one Middle Township High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society at a candlelight ceremony at the Performing Arts Center.
Cape May Tech’s Maritime History & Leadership class and instructor, Ms. Andrea Krautler, visited the Coast Guard Training Center Cape May and Station Cape May.
Atlantic Cape Community College invites students to attend a free hands-on FAFSA session for help completing a 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The Sandman School of Lower Township recognized fifth and sixth grade students for academic achievement and outstanding effort during the first marking period.
The Bacharach Institute of Rehabilitation donated $25,000 from the Pauline Hollander Scholarship Foundation toward nursing scholarships at Atlantic Cape Community College, Monday, Oct. 9.
Staff at the Cape May County Special Services School District took part in the 2017 Jeans for Troops fundraising drive benefiting GI Go Fund, an nonprofit organization that helps veterans returning home find employment.
Every year on "All Saints Day," the third grade class at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School has a saint parade. Each student picks a saint to be and talk about to the entire school.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation received a $10,000 gift from A&R Mack Charitable Foundation on behalf of Anthony and Rita Mack of Galloway, Oct. 30, to aid in scholarships for Atlantic Cape students.
Cape May City elementary school was recognized Nov. 1 by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) as one of seven Lighthouse Districts statewide.
A group of classmates from Rutgers University volunteered their day at Crest Haven Nursing Home by coordinating a "Day of Festive Fun" for the residents Oct. 24.
Recruits from Coast Guard Training Center (TRACEN) Cape May brought an outdoor courtyard another step closer to becoming an outdoor classroom at Lower Cape May Regional High School (LCMR) Oct. 21.
Atlantic Cape Community College offers college credit for college level learning obtained outside of the traditional classroom through a prior learning assessment.
Atlantic Cape Community College was one of 19 community colleges across the state hosting a series of campus-based activities during the statewide NJ Community College Completion Challenge (NJC4) this week.
The Cape May County Special Services School District accepted the 30 Items in 30 Days Challenge for victims of Hurricane Irma.
Wildwood Catholic Freshman, Jasmine Filippo collected 870 pieces of new and gently used sports equipment for the Do Something.org and ESPN Game Winning Challenge during the month of September.
Students in preschool through grade 8 were recognized for embodying the Gospel value of love at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School.
A Rachel’s Challenge staff member will share Rachel’s story with the entire community Nov. 1, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.
Students in Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius’ new Applied Nutrition class at the Academy of Culinary Arts created dishes on Fri., Oct. 6, in recognition of Oct. being National Farm to School Month.
The City of Cape May and the Cape May City Elementary School are proud to announce the grand opening and dedication of the Cape May City Elementary School Pool.
Atlantic Cape Community College invites students to attend a free hands-on FAFSA session for help completing a 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
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