The New Jersey Tourism Industry Association (NJTIA) and the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) sponsored twelve students from Cape May County Technical High School’s Travel, Tourism, Event Planning and Marketing program to attend the New Jersey Conference on Tourism Dec. 5, held at the Hard Rock Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, where they met the industry’s leading professionals along with local and state officials.
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Alumni Association Advisory Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2019 President’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
Sandman School submitted the following names of students who attained Academic Achievement or Outstanding Effort for the first marking period:
Dennis Township sixth grade students and teachers descended upon the Court House McDonald’s to raise money for their May trip to Camp Mason in Hardwick, NJ on Nov. 15.
With the help of three retired staff members, Cape May County Special Services School District’s Media Center partnered with the Occupational Therapy Department to teach students how to knit using a loom.
Ten teams of students from Ocean City High School (OCHS) and five teams of students from Ocean City Intermediate School (OCIS) have submitted proposals for experiments to be conducted on the International Space Station (ISS).
As part of the New Jersey Department of Agriculture’s continuing efforts to improve nutritional opportunities for school children, New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher announced Nov. 2 that 144 New Jersey schools are participating in the 2018-2019 school year’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP). Wildwood's Glenwood Avenue and Woodbine Elementary schools are the only ones in Cape May County to participate.
DENNISVILLE -- Dennis Township Elementary and Middle schools honored Hawks and Junior Hawks of the month, who were chosen because they represent the theme of fairness: Aleida Bernat, Sophie Palmer, Kaylee Graziano-Goodman, Ashlynn Doughty, Nick Pizagno, Arianna Beasley, Taylor Brewer, Trey H…
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May County Campus will offer the “12-Week Seasonal Semester,” a semester that “works around your schedule,” this spring.
The Ocean City School District (OCSD) announces a new Raider Ready Program to help prepare district pre-K students and their guardians for a successful transition to Kindergarten.
Students, staff, alumni, parents and members of the clergy gathered in the Bishop McHugh School gym on Sept. 24 to pay tribute to Sister Rosemary Powers, who stepped down from her role at the school this past summer after 60+ years in Catholic education.
Many of the people who contributed to the Cape May County Special Services School District’s 1993 time capsule were in the room Oct. 5 when the box of memories was unveiled.
If you’ve always loved to cook or are ready to make a career change, now is the time to register for spring 2019 classes at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College.
An idea by a second grader has mobilized the students at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School to put on a talent show to benefit the pediatric patients at Cape Regional Health System.
COURT HOUSE - Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School is seeking vendors who would like to participate in a Shopping Showcase fundraiser on Sat., Nov. 10, 2018 from 2-5 p.m. at the school at 2221 Route 9 North, Dennis Twp., (near mile marker 20).
Atlantic Cape Community College’s second “late-start” online semester begins Oct. 29 for students who want to add a class to their schedule or anyone interested in continuing their education with the convenience of not having to leave home.
Registration for winter and spring sessions at Atlantic Cape Community College will be offered earlier to help students plan and take advantage of the delayed payment.
Cape Christian Academy held its third annual RaiseUp! Giving Day on Sept. 25. This is a 24-hour fundraiser to raise funds for scholarships, financial aid and other school resources. Our goal this year was $15,000. We were able to raise over $11,000 and contributions are still coming in! We r…
The Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees conducted their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the Mays Landing Campus.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) announces a new scholarship to be awarded to a graduating high school senior during the 2018-19 school year.
Atlantic Cape Community College will provide information for those looking to earn their degree, begin a new career or enhance job skills at an open house, 1-3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14, at the new Student Center of the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.
Cape May County Special Services School District would like to congratulate Mrs. Gina Lanza for her 40 years of outstanding service to our district.
Parents who suspect their child may have a disability, can get free help from their local school district’s Child Study Team. The Dennis Township School District is organizing a Child Find campaign to assist in the identification of unserved/underserved youth with a delay or disability from birth through twenty-one years of age.
Students interested in pursuing a career in medical laboratory technology can now do so through a cooperative program between Atlantic Cape Community College and Mercer County Community College.
Sustainable Jersey for Schools announced Sept. 5 the 111 schools that achieved the Sustainable Jersey for Schools certification. Three of those schools, which attained Bronze status, are in Cape May County.
Atlantic Cape Community College will offer “late-start” classes beginning Sept. 24 for students who want to add a class to their schedule or anyone interested in continuing their education.
This summer, Atlantic Cape Community College received two prestigious grants that will turn it into a resource and lead institution for drone technology in the Tri-state area.
With school starting after Labor Day, school district transportation supervisors, including those at Lower Township Elementary and Lower Cape May Regional school districts, are finalizing routes, times, staff and buses to ensure students get picked up in as smooth a fashion as possible.
Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School (BMRCS) has spots available in PreK through 8th grade for the 2018-19 school year, and invites interested families to set up an appointment for a tour.
TheBestColleges.org recently ranked Atlantic Cape Community College 10th overall best online community college in New Jersey.
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union announced recipients of their various scholarship programs. The students demonstrated academic excellence, community service, and participation in sports or clubs, where many held leadership positions.
Local youth Andrew Heim represented Lower Cape May Regional High School at New Jersey Governor's School of Engineering & Technology (GSET) at Rutgers University.
The heat was on as nine finalists, five for culinary and four for baking and pastry who had entered their recipes in the first-ever Academy of Culinary Arts’ “Cook Your Way to $18K” Contest competed Aug. 2 at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City campus.
Sarah Doherty, a Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) student member from Rutgers University, will be the first recipient of the organization's Fran Burns Scholarship Fund.
Atlantic Cape Community College faculty had an experience this summer unlike most, where they had the opportunity to teach, as well as to learn, at one of the largest and oldest universities in Central Europe.
Individuals listed are the recipients of the Sandman School's fifth and sixth grade academic achievement and outstanding effort awards for the fourth marking period
The AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center (ARMC) Atlantic City Campus Auxiliary is seeking applicants for the 2018 Martha B. Keates Fellowship Fund from New Jersey residents pursuing nursing education.
Middle Township High School Alumni Association presented scholarships to three graduating seniors at their 28th Annual Dinner June 1 held at the Avalon Links Restaurant.
A male student at Ocean City High School died by suicide June 10. It was the third suicide of a student at the high school in four years.
The students explained that they chose cosmetology because it provided a skill that they can take with them after graduation, leading to career and college success.
Five students from Cape May County Technical High School graduated as certified Class I Special Law Enforcement Officers (SLEO) from the Cape May County Police Academy May 22.
On Saturday, June 2, Cape Christian Academy had their annual Walk-A-Thon at the Cape May County Zoo and Park. The students acquired sponsors to pledge money toward the number of laps they walked around the park. With the dedication of our students and our generous matching donors, we were ab…