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GHS Lions 5 - 0 GCHS Rams 0 - 8 Records

Pictured Lions Steven Burkhardt against Palmyra The local Lions are currently 5 - 0 after defeating the opposition by a combined total score 225 to 47. The Lions are led my Senior running back Steven Burkhardt. Burkhardt is one of the League and South Jersey leaders for running backs, entering Fridays game against Pitman with 798 yards rushing and 15 TD's. Currently Burkhardt is #1 in West Jersey Football League with a total points with 107 and 17 touchdowns Across town the Rams are 0 - 8 being outscored 281 to 42 along with being shutout in 5 games. The... Read more →

Lions Win City Championship Again

The Annual City Championship Football Game between the G.C. Lions and crosstown rival Gloucester Catholic Rams was played under near perfect weather on Thanksgiving. The Lions 9-2 coming off a heartbreaking SJ Semi Finals defeat to Haddonfield hammered the archrival Rams 33-0 in a game that it appeared much worse then the score indicated. The GHS seniors walked off the home field knowing that their four Thanksgiving game battles against the Rams, they went 4-0 and holding the Rams scoreless with a four year scoring difference of 172 to 0 It was bittersweet win for the seniors, this group of... Read more →

GLOUCESTER CITY News Vault May 26, 1983: Pony Tail League & Gloucester High Baseball

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 4, 2023)(CNBNews)--We are currently republishing articles from the Gloucester Gloucester City NEWS Archives City News, which were initially written when the Cleary family owned the newspaper. George F. Cleary Sr. worked as a reporter for the paper from 1948 to 1950, and soon after that, he and his wife, Mazie Cleary, acquired the paper. In 1968, William E. Cleary Sr. began his career as a reporter. Ten years later, in 1978, he was named editor of the Gloucester City News and the Camden County Record. In 1984, he and his wife, Connie J. (Sarlo) Cleary, became... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Rams Football Fundraising Campaign

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 26, 2023)(CNBNews)--Hope is everyone is doing well and Gloucester Catholic Football is having a fundraiser and we are asking for donations from our alumni which will help with upgrades to weight room, equipment, and practice equipment (bags etc). Link to Fundraising - Thank you, and as always, Roll Rams!!! Contacts: Brian Startare Head of Advertising 609- 828-0491 Casey Murphy Head Football Coach 856-264-2910 Please let us know if you have any questions at rampathletic[email protected] Thank you and ROLL RAMS! Committee of the RAMP fund Read more →

Gloucester High Homecoming Game

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ -(CNBNews)-During halftime of the Lions - Collingswood Football game the 2023 Homecoming ceremony was held. The King and Queen were announced and Outstanding Running Back Jake Zearfoss added to to memorable night being crown Homecoming King along with Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss (photo below). Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss Homecoming Queen Brianna Wimer Photos Courtesy Rachel Marie, Kaylee Lovern Read more →

Lions improve to 7-1; Host Playoff Game this Friday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ ((October 21, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester High School Lions won their 7th straight game on Friday night, October 20. Their only loss was to Schalick on the opening day of the season. Pictured Lions Jake Zearfoss Friday evening was the GHS Homecoming Game where the Lions hosted Collingswood High School. The Lions beat Collingswood 35 - 0 behind Lions RB Jake Zearfoss who rushed for 85 yards and a 5 yard TD run. The Lions RB Mason Widman provided another rushing TD to his resume of 20 touchdowns in 2023 Pictured Td Run Mason Widman Interception touchdown returns by Trevin... Read more →

The Best Players In The Lost Angeles Clippers HistoTitle: The Pinnacle Performers: Unveiling the Elite in the Legacy of Los Angeles Clippers

In the landscape of California basketball, the Lakers have long held sway as the undisputed monarchs of the court. Yet, recent seasons have seen the Los Angeles Clippers assert themselves as formidable contenders in the hearts of basketball aficionados across the United States. While sports betting odds may not always favor their championship aspirations, the Clippers have earned their due respect. For aficionados of sports and scholars of the game alike, sites such as offer a comprehensive repository of updates concerning the intricate legal facets of sports betting in the Golden State. However, let us pivot back to our... Read more →

CASE SOLVED: A "Dumpster Diver" is the Culprit...UPDATED

CNBNews photo Behind the Cold Springs School is an area explicitly used for trash and broken school equipment that is being thrown away. Usually, there are several dumpsters sitting there, also. Next to the blue storage trailer in the distance is a fenced area with a padlock on the gate where items not being thrown out are kept. (photo below) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 11, 2023)--The photo of the bench was taken on October 7, 2023, in the dumpster area behind the Cold Springs school complex. We first noticed it several weeks prior. Around the same time, and over the... Read more →

Michael Kazmar III's Eagle Scout Project Includes a Town-Wide Food Drive & Expansion of Helping Hands Food Pantry

Michael Kazmar III needs your help to obtain his Eagle Scout rank GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 17, 2023)(CNBNews)--Michael Kazmar III, a Gloucester City resident, is currently working on a project to achieve his Eagle Scout rank this fall. The Boy Scouts of America consider the Eagle Scout rank as the highest and most distinguished achievement for a Scout. This title is held with immense respect and carries significant meaning in Scouting, school, business, and the community. To gain the Eagle rank, a Scout must earn at least 21 merit badges, exhibit leadership skills, demonstrate outdoor skills, lead by example according... Read more →

14 Area High Schools Nominated for Turkey Bowl Inc. GCHS, GHS, Haddonfield, Haddon Hts.

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 6, 2023)(CNBNews)--Fourteen area high school football teams are competing for the honor of having their Thanksgiving Day game broadcast live on 94WIP radio on November 23, Thanksgiving Day. Plus, each winning school will win $3,000 for their athletic departments. The following rivalries were nominated for Turkey Bowl V 2023: image courtesy of 94WIP Neumann-Goretti vs. South Philadelphia High School Haverford High School vs Upper Darby High School Central High School vs. Northeast Philadelphia High School Chichester High School vs. Sun Valley High School Father Judge High School vs Lincoln High School Gloucester Catholic High School vs... Read more →


GCHS Homecoming Game this Saturday @ 11am! Hi All, Hope is everyone is doing well and we wanted to invite all of you to the Homecoming game vs Wildwood at 11 amand not 12 at Gloucester High School. Hope to see everyone there! Thank you and as always Roll Rams!!! Read more →

One of The Largest Halloween Parades in the Nation

Annual Toms River Halloween Parade October 31, 7 pm Reported to be the 2nd largest Parade of its type in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records! It’s a parade with plenty of floats and decorative Halloween-themed attractions. Arrive early. It is recommended you arrive about 2 hours prior to the start of the parade. This allows time to get settled and comfortable so the parade can begin on time. In the past, people have put chairs out even earlier. The parade starts at 7:00 pm, from the Toms River Center located at Main Street and Route 37,... Read more →

CPL Mark Ryan Memorial 5K RUN/WALK Saturday, Oct. 28

5k Run $25 9:00AM EDT-11:00AM EDT Registration ends October 28, 2023 at 7:00am EDT Sign Up Walk $25 9:00AM EDT-11:00AM EDT Registration ends October 28, 2023 at 7:00am EDT Sign Up Virtual 5k $30 Registration ends October 28, 2023, at 7:00 am EDT Sign Up Place No. Burlington & Hudson Sts. Gloucester City, NJ US 08030 Description In memory of Cpl. Marc T. Ryan, USMC (KIA November 15, 2004) * Ramadi, Al Anbar Province * Operation Iraqi Freedom. Remembering Our Fallen Brother's Sacrifice ***SHOULD any unforeseen State regulations keep us from conducting this event live it will be converted... Read more →


Pictured Gloucester High School Color Guard (L-R ) Luis Calderon (Rifle), Michael Kazmar (American Flag), Joshua Herbert (Naval Flag) and Robert McDowell (Rifle) Audubon Cheerleaders GHS Unsung Heroes #50 Kaleb Wright, #66 Jeremy Smith, #54 Jermy Schoenfeldt, #55 Caidan Elmore, #12 Trevin Burkhardt GHS Unsung Heroes--#50 Kaleb Wright, #66 Jeremy Smith, #54 Jermy Schoenfeldt, #55 Caidan Elmore, #12 Trevin Burkhardt Pictured #12 Trevin Burkhardt Read more →

Lions Win Third Straight Defeat Audubon 43 - 6

The Gloucester City Lions improved to 3- 1 overall when they defeated visiting Audubon 43 - 6 in Conference play. Audubon entered the game at 2 - 0 behind QB Breyson McCracken and Wide Out Luke Hoke who combined for 4 Td's in the Green Waves 2 win start. Both McCracken and Hoke were not allowed to make an impact against a Lions stubborn defense. The underrated Lions defense led by Seniors Jake Zearfoss, Kaleb Wright, Caiden Elmore, Justice Dolson and Shurke Copeland have account for 71 tackles while Juniors Trevin Burkhardt and Kadon Harris have provided their input with... Read more →

Lions Football Improves 2-1 Siebert tosses 4 TD

Pictured Justin Frazer Gloucester hammered host Overbrook in WJFL Colonial conference play 41 - 7 to improve to 2 - 1 overall, while Overbrook dropped to 1 - 1. The Lions receivers combined to catch 4 touchdown passes from Lions QB Jake Siebert, led by wideout Justin Frazer’s 2 touchdowns. QB Siebert tossed 2 other TD passes to Jaden Garris and Joey MacDonald for over 100 yards. Siebert completed 4 of 6 passes for the Lions and Jake Zearfoss rushed 1 yard for the lone TD scored on the ground. Mason Widman featured the ground attack with 230 yards rushing.... Read more →

YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW: James O'Keefe Brings Cameras To NJ School Board Meetings

A New Jersey Police Captain captured on film by James O'Keefe of scanning the license plates of citizens who attended school board meetings. In the second video, O'Keefe tries to interview , (Top)--O’Keefe’s exposé led to the NJ Police Captain announcing he would review the officers' conduct for "deficiencies." In the second video below, O'Keefe tries to speak with a former Roselle Park school district employee who had published a video simulating sex with a mannequin and pretending to eat babies. CNBNEWS NOTE: COMING SOON...More videos of O'Keefe confronting Local School Boards in NJ source Read more →

GHS Lions Beat Buena - GCHS Rams Suffer Home Loss to Palmyra

Pictured above Joseph MacDonald The Lions Mason Widman rushed for 3 td's on runs of 60, 45 and 2 yards giving the Lions a 1st quarter 20 - 0 lead over visiting Buena in a non-conference action. Buena fell behind 34 - 0 before crossing the goal line. Gloucester's Jake Zearfoss rushed 150 yards and Qb Jake Seibert reached over 100 yards passing. Pictured Gloucester Mason Widman The Lions rest at 1 -1 on the season and travel to Overbrook for the first In Conference play next Saturday 11:00. The Overbrook Rams are coming off a 36 -34 win over... Read more →


We have been made aware of reports claiming that CNBNews published a story about the alleged passing of DelVal Football Coach Bill Manlove. We want to make it clear that we have not released any article regarding his death or any contradictory information Occasionally, we may re-publish an article that we believe readers would find interesting. On July 11, 2011, we published an article about Manlove's induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Indiana. On August 14, 2023, we re-published the same article with the headline "Memories of Gloucester City: GHS Football Coach Bill Manlove." We... Read more →

RAMS Football Opens Season at Home, Saturday against Palmyra; See Game Schedule

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 1, 2023)(CNBNews)The Rams will kick off their season against Palmyra at home this Saturday at 11 AM at the John Lynch Field, Market Street and US Route 130. If you're interested in sponsoring the second half of the football season, please get in touch with Brian Startare at 609-828-0491 or Casey Murphy at 856-264-2910 for advertising rates. space donated by CNBNews Read more →

Gcity Resident Michael Kazmar III Needs Your Help With His EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT

Greetings, Friends and Family! (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)(August 29, 2023)(CNBNews)--As many of you know, our 16-year-old son, Michael III, is now a junior at GHS. A Superintendent's List student since his day at Gloucester Middle School, Michael has been selected by his peers to serve as Unit Commander of GHS' NROTC program for the 2023-24 school year. He also participates in GHS swimming, track, and cross-country and is a member of Interact, LEO, and Friends of Rachel clubs. Outside of GHS, Michael lifeguards at Gloucester City Swim Club and is a member of Haddonfield Troop 3064 Scouts BSA. In November, Michael... Read more →

Lions suffer loss in final minute

CNBNews photo PITTSGROVE, NJ (August 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester High Lions traveled to Schalick for the 2023 football Non Conference opener. The Lions took the opening kickoff and started play outside the 20 yard line. After a few runs and a penalty, the Lions turned to the arm of Senior Qb Jake Siebert. Siebert completed 3 first down passes before connecting with Jaden Garris on a 22 yard TD reception with 4:32 remaining in the 1st qtr. giving the Lions 6-0 lead after a missed pat. Schalick HS used a ground game with 6 rushes to put 7 points on the... Read more →

GHS Boys Basketball Team Holds 10th Annual Free Basketball Camp

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 26, 2023)— Last week, the Gloucester High School Boys Basketball team hosted its 10th annual free basketball camp for our boy athletes in the district. Liam James, (photo) head Lions Basketball Coach said, "Along with the instruction and competition, we invited a group of speakers throughout the week with a wealth of knowledge and experiences at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. Looking forward to seeing all of our Lions, young and old, this upcoming season!" James said, "We would like to thank our sponsors who helped us make this event free for the kids:... Read more →

GHS 2023 Football Schedule

Photo Audubon 2022 The 2023 Lions Football Season Kicks Off tonight in Schalick. The Lions are the defending WJFL Champions and Central Jersey Group 2 Runnerup. The Lions return many key players and should be a strong favorite to repeat as Champions Photo Gloucester Catholic 2022 x Read more →

Lions open 2023 Football Season Friday at Schalick HS

The local GHS Lions Football team opens the 2023 Season, Week Zero Friday August 25 at Schalick.High School. The Lions a Central Jersey runner-up in 2022 return many key players. The Lions have beaten Schalick 3 of the last 5 games, including a 21-0 win in 2022. The Lions shared the West Jersey Football League title with Deptford HS last season but return many key players who should make the Lions the pre-season favorite to win the WJFL Championship this season. Lions offense is led by running back Jake Zearfoss, who will run behind Damere Finlay. Finlay's biggest contribution is... Read more →

Memories of Gloucester City: GHS Football Coach Bill Manlove

This article was originally published here in 2011 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (SOUTH BEND, INDIANA)(July 11, 2011)--Former LaSalle Football Coach Bill Manlove (photo) will be heading to South Bend, Indiana, this week for the College Football Hall of Fame ceremonies being held July 15-16. He is one of four coaches that will be enshrined. Knowledgable South Jersey football fans will remember Manlove as the head football coach at Gloucester High School (Gloucester City, NJ) in the 1960s. A graduate of Temple University, Manlove taught math at GHS. Along with coaching football, he also coached Lions freshman basketball. Former... Read more →

Brookers Win Mid-Atlantic Regionals; Next Stop American Legion World Series August 10-15

Brooklawn American Legion Post 72 wins the 2023 MID ATLANTIC Regional Championship. MORGANTOWN, West Virginia (August 6, 2023)(CNBNews)--Brooklawn Legion Post 72 secured their well-deserved spot in the American Legion World Series, set to take place in Shelby, N.C. Their impressive 10-2 victory against Paxon PA during the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament held in West Virginia sealed the deal. It is worth noting that Brooklawn Legion Post 72 boasts the most successful American Legion Program in the state of New Jersey, with a remarkable track record of 31 New Jersey State Championship titles, 19 Regional Championship titles, and four World Series Championship... Read more →

Matt Garcia Succumbs at the Age of 35; GHS Alumnus; Owner of Cynthia Auto Glass

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ --On June 7, 2023. Age 36. Of Gloucester City. Beloved son of Dawn Collins. Loving brother of Jeremy Collins, Steven Garcia, Joseph Collins, Brandi Collins and the late Cynthia Garcia. Cherished uncle of Diane, AJ, Mia and Blake. Also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Matt was a graduate of Gloucester City High School, class of 2005. He was the owner and operator of Cynthia Auto Glass… a company he started named after his late sister. Matt was an avid football fan of the Dallas cowboys. His love of football started while playing for the... Read more →

GoFundMe Page Opened for 9-Year-Old Gloucester City Resident with Chiari Malformation

UPDATE/CORRECTION- There was an error in the headline, the youngster doesn't have brain cancer he has Chiari malformation (kee-AH-ree mal-for-MAY-shun)which is a condition in which brain tissue extends into the spinal canal. It occurs when part of the skull is misshapen or smaller than is typical, pressing on the brain and forcing it downward, according to the Mayo Clinic. Although he doesn't have cancer he still is in need of medical care which may include brain surgery. Chiari malformation In Chiari malformation surgery, doctors remove a small section of bone at the back of your skull to make room for... Read more →

Settlement Agreement with ELC; NJDOE Agrees to Major Revisions in Handling Special Ed Complaints

In response to a complaint filed by Education Law Center (ELC), the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) agreed to make major revisions to the information it provides parents, the public, and Department complaint investigators about issues to be considered in state special education complaints and the remedies that may be granted. The revisions, required by a Mediation Agreement between the NJDOE and ELC, underscore the NJDOE’s “acknowledged obligation” to investigate and remedy not only procedural violations, but also substantive failures by school districts to offer appropriate services and placements to students with disabilities. Departments of education in every state... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Baseball and Softball Teams in Sectional Finals

GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC SPORTS NJSIAA SECTIONAL FINALS INFORMATION SOFTBALL - Lady Rams @ St. Joseph Academy, Hammonton Friday June 2 @ 4pm @ SJA Softball Field on Peach Street BASEBALL - Rams host Ranney School Saturday, June 3 @ 1 pm at Joe Barth Field, Brooklawn +++++ Two Rams achieved career milestones yesterday. Junior AJ Kuc set the school record for saves in a season with 226 while Senior/Bridge Matt Leahy recorded his 100th career hit. Congrats AJ and Matt! GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC SPORTS BANQUET On Wednesday MAY 24 Gloucester Catholic's Annual Sports Banquet was held. Congratulations to the team award winners,... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic's Cafe Cabaret June 9

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 24, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic's Performing Arts program will be transforming the school's cafeteria into a 1920s Cabaret on Friday, June 9th. Performances, thematic snacks, and an entertaining night. Read more →

Elementary School Tech: What To Look For What to Ask

All this "ed tech" sounds modern and cool — but how can you be sure the devices and apps your child's school is using are actually helping your child learn? by: Crystal Yednak | Updated: April 24, 2023 Dusty media labs with old desktop computers — or sleek iPads, cloud-merging Chromebooks, immersive VR helmets, and data projectors flashing micro-films? Today, what passes for “ed tech” (educational technology) ranges widely. If a school’s technology is shiny and new, parents can assume their child is getting a modern education. But does all this ed tech really improve learning? Parents who studied with... Read more →

Gloucester City's 400th Anniversary Includes Griscom & Ross Marriage

By Joe Hargesheimer* Betsy Ross sewing the first American flag. Painting by Henry Mosler (1841-1920) image courtesy of GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (MAY 7, 2023)(CNBNews)--This year we celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Dutch settling Fort Nassau in the area that now comprises the City of Gloucester City. Throughout this year, there have been and will be more events that will take place during this historic period in our history. The closing of this year-long celebration is Saturday, November 4th. On this day a recreation of the wedding of Elizabeth Griscom and her fiancee John Ross will take place on... Read more →

Shelby L. Brooks, age 37, of Brooklawn; Cold Springs School Teacher, GHS Alumnus

On April 25, 2023. Age 37. Of Brooklawn. Formerly of Gloucester City. Predeceased by her parents, Richard “Rick” and Marlene “Bonnie” Brooks. Survived by her loving sisters, Heather L. Brooks and Ariel M. Didier; niece, Delilah; boyfriend, Michael Cipolone; many loving aunts, uncles and cousins; her dog Rex and cat Boots, as well as many loving members of the Adams and Cipolone families. Shelby was a graduate of Gloucester City High School class of 2003. She went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Shelby was a school teacher in Gloucester City for many years,... Read more →

GHS Grad Johnson Continuing Sports Accomplishments

2021 GHS Graduate Crystal Johnson left behind a very busy and successful athletic career as a Lion, Johnson spent 4 years on the soccer field, 4 years on the hardwood basketball courts, as both team's captain and in between those seasons Johnson found time to participate on the softball field and track. Upon graduation Johnson took her talents to RCSJ (Rowan College of South Jersey). During year one at RCSJ she made the schools soccer team as a walk on athlete. Johnson had the winning goal when the Nationally Rank Roadrunners clinched the Region IXX championship to advance to the... Read more →

GCHS MEMORIES: From Bert Nolan and Beyond

Join THE RAMS Saturday, May 13th, for Celebration of Gloucester Catholic's Legendary Women's Basketball Program! Save the Date for a special event -- "From Bert Noland and Beyond -- A Celebration of Women's Basketball at Gloucester Catholic"! This special reunion of GC's legendary women's basketball stars from throughout our history will take place on Saturday, May 13th in the GCSH gymnasium. If you wish to attend at a low fee of $25 per individual or $30 for a family package, contact Gus Ostrum at [email protected] or fill out the online form below. Click Here to Purchase Tickets Online Click Here... Read more →

GCHS Boys Basketball Ends Season with 16-11 Record;Flight Tourney Champs

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--(April 11, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic Boys Basketball had a winning season this year going 16-11. The Rams won the Tri-County B Flight tournament and went on to win the 1st Round Game in the State Tournament on a buzzer-beater by Trey Battle against Princeton Day 47-45 before falling in the quarterfinal round to Ranney. The team roster included: Seniors - Alex McMahon, Shane McCormick, RJ Mustaro Juniors - Nick Calzonetti, JonCarlo Coia, Trey Battle, Billy Ginipro, Kyle Guldin, Darian Handy Sophomores - Ehthan Dugue, Brody Gates, Gavin Friel, Carlos Mendez, Jack Mustaro Freshman - Zack Payne RJ and Jack... Read more →

Nomination to the GHS Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, Due April 7

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 2, 2023)--Nominations are currently being accepted for the Gloucester High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. Inductions take place each year at the GHS “Academic Awards Night.” Nomination forms can be found here and are due to Mrs. Kasey Bobo by April 7, 2023. Read more →

Alice Costello 8th Grade Student-Athelete Playing in Al Carino's All-Star Game

source of photo Alice Costello Elementary School BROOKLAWN, NJ (March 23, 2023)Congratulations to Mike Barcklow (photo) for earning a spot in the annual Tim Lenaham Memorial 8th Grade All-Star Game on Sunday, March 26 at 1 PM at Rutgers, Camden City. That game will be followed by the 46th annual Albert J. Carino Boys Basketball Club of South Jersey Senior All-Star Game which is jointly sponsored with the Lions Club of South Jersey. Playing in that game are 30 of the area senior boys basketball players from the seven-county region. Nearby Gloucester High School will also be represented that day... Read more →


The Woodshop Class is Coming Back to the Gloucester City School District

The tribute to the military is erected at the front entrance of Gloucester High School (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 9, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Board of Education will accept sealed bids for the interior and exterior alterations of an Industrial Arts (wood shop) at the City High School, 1300 Market Street, on Friday, March 17, in the Board offices. This is not a school development authority (SDA) project. For decades the local public school district always had a wood shop, but for whatever reason, that class was done away with in 2005. Vince... Read more →

Gloucester High School Fun Run for Austism Acceptance

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (March 6, 2023)--The Autism Acceptance Month Committee is happy to announce our 2nd Annual Community Fun Run/Walk SATURDAY APRIL 1st, 2023. This event will kick off our month’s celebration with vendors, sensory-friendly activities, basket raffles, and Gloucester City Community Egg Hunt. We kindly ask all participants attending to register using the link Fun-Run Pre- Registration 2023 or scan the QR Code attached to the flyer. Teams are welcome too!… source Gloucester High School Read more →

NJ Business and Industry Association Excited About Proposed State School Funding Plan

TRENTON, NJ (February 22, 2023)--NJBIA Chief Government Affairs Officer Christopher Emigholz issued the following statement in response to a school funding plan that would result in property tax relief announced by Assembly Minority Leader John DiMaio today. “NJBIA commends any property tax relief efforts such as the school funding reform proposed today, especially if it results in much-needed property tax relief for New Jersey residents AND businesses. “New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation, with our employers paying about half of that enormous burden – all while being excluded from the ANCHOR property tax relief program. “NJBIA... Read more →

GMS and GHS Updated Schedules Released; School Superintendent Gorman Answers Questions

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (FEBRUARY 17, 2023)( City School Superintendent Sean Gorman released updated schedules today (see below) for both Gloucester Middle School (GMS) students and Gloucester High Students (GHS). The Superintendent answered several questions about when the students will be able to return to their regular schedules. What caused the HVAC system to break down? Is the district addressing the possibility of mold developing in the GMS building? Will the effect of the split schedule cause a problem with athletics or any other activity? When will middle school students and staff return to GMS? Unfortunately, the date for the reopening... Read more →

Gloucester High's Aydan Hagan Joins 1,000-point Club

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 1, 2023)-- It was an exciting night at Gloucester High when Lions senior Aydan Hagan (above surrounded by family) officially added his name to the GHS 1,000-point ball on Wednesday night, February 1. Aydan is the 18th GHS boys basketball player to score 1,0000 points. Congratulations Aydan. Great accomplishment. ~Joe Gorman source Gloucester City History in Photos Read more →

Jeanne Allen from Forza...for Education

There are a lot of things I love about my work, my colleagues and many of YOU reading Forza today. And I’m crazy about anything or anyone that works hard to influence those who influence policy, or people, or behaviors to understand what it takes to educate kids. Like these examples… Loving the Yass Prize Family of Innovators Love was in the air even before Valentine’s Day, when Yass Prize awardees and alumni reunited in Washington DC for two jam-packed days to fill the hearts and minds of members of Congress, Governors and their teams with their views on what... Read more →


Mustaro Hits 1000; Zearfoss Wins 100; Dancing 'Lions' at 76's Game; Frosh Barrera Honored

RAMS MUSTARO JOINS 1000 POINT CLUB--Gloucester Catholic’s RJ Mustaro scored 45 points to become the 16th Rams basketball player to reach the 1,000 career points plateau as the Rams beat Clayton 108-65 at their home court in Gloucester City. According to the team’s Twitter account, the milestone point came in the second quarter. The 45-point effort also established a school high for a single game. In doing so, he broke Ryan Roney 35 point school record for points in a game. source Gloucester Catholic's Twitter page +++++ 100 WINS FOR LIONHEARTED JAKE ZEARFOSS-Congratulations to Gloucester High’s Jake Zearfoss for winning... Read more →

Building a Gloucester City Champion

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Recently early on a Saturday morning, Gloucester Lions Coach Liam James gathered his Defending South Jersey Group I Champions varsity basketball team to instruct a clinic for future stars. Led by Senior 1,000 points scorers Aydan Hagan and Liam Gorman, these five y/o kindergarteners listened intensely and work through fundamental drills. This Annual 9:00 AM event is one of several ways the current Lions work to help build the Lions into future Champions. On Tuesday once again the current Lions honored the younger player K through 8th grade at the GHS Fieldhouse where they were honored on... Read more →