Camden High School

A Palmetto's Finest School

Honos Probitas Prefectio


  • Registration will be held on Wednesday, July 29th and Thursday, July 30th.  Hours for both days are 9:00 until 1:00 and 3:00 until 6:00. 
    See district website for information about online registration.  Schools will be open and have computers available for families who do not have Internet access on July 20-23 and July 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in order to complete the online registration process.

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  • Back to School Pep Rally and Concert: Thursday, August 20th 5:30-8:30

    Patrick Davis  
    A Back to School Bash and Concert, featuring Nashville songwriter and CHS graduate Patrick Davis, will be held on Thursday, August 20th at Zemp Stadium.  The event is sponsored by Mid-Carolina Credit Union and Camden High.  Gates will open at 5:30 with activities for all ages.  The concert will begin at 6:30.  A Pep Rally led by the Camden High Cheerleaders will begin at 7:15. CHS graduate Vonnie Holliday will make a special appearance during the Pep Rally.
     Click on the following link for more information about purchasing tickets.
    One ticket - $13.00
    Family tickets - $23.00
    Package Deal - $103.00

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  • Summer Office Hours: 

    Monday through Thursday 7:45 - 5:00 
    Closed for Lunch 12:00 - 12:30 
    Closed on Fridays until August

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  • Summer Validation Lab Schedule 

    Click on the following links for more information about Summer Validation Lab.

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  • Report Cards and Student Debt 

    REPORT CARDS can be picked up in the front office.   ALL STUDENT DEBTS must be paid/cleared before picking up a report card. All debts must be paid in CASH or DEBIT/CREDIT CARD. A $3.00 convenience  fee applies to all debit/credit card transactions.

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  • Summer Reading 

    The One Book, Everyone Reads book is VIRALS, by co-authors Kathy Reichs and Brendan Reichs.  Kathy Reichs is the executive producer of the Bones television series.  Her son Brendan is the co-author of the young adult VIRALS series.  Brendan Reichs will visit our school on Thursday, October 22nd. Check out Brendan's website to learn more about him.  
    The assessment on VIRALS will be given to all students on Thursday, August 27th. 
    The Camden High Library staff has designed an incentive program to reward students who choose to read other books in the series. Click on this link to learn more:  Summer Reading Incentive Program
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    A second reading incentive program is Summer Reading Bingo.  Click on this link to learn more: Summer Reading Bingo  
    The Virals books are available for checkout in eBook format.  Click on this link and follow the instructions for checking out electronic copies of the Virals books.  You can download the Follett Brytewave app and read on any device.  
    Students who are taking Honors English courses must read VIRALS as well as other required titles.  Click on the following links to learn more about Honors English summer reading requirements. 

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From the Principal

Bulldogs Lead The Way

Camden High School is very committed to community service and involvement.  In 2014-2015, students and staff raised in excess of $50,000 for various organizations.  Our Student Council provided the leadership in raising $24,000 which was the largest amount collected during United Way Spirit Week.  Our Relay for Life team led the way to collecting over $10,000 for the Relay for Life event.
In addition, school clubs and organizations raised funds for the annual Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness and Research, for the Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services (which provides service dogs for military veterans), and for the Kershaw Community Medical Clinic. 
 Thousands of pounds of canned foods were collected by members of Beta Club (which benefited the Camden Community Ministries' food bank) and by members of the Camden High Gospel Choir (which benefited Food for the Soul's food bank).  Ashley-Tri-Y sponsored "Jelly Up" in February to collect jars of jelly to donate to CCM. 
The CHS Key Club and Spirit Club sponsored a basketball marathon in March which featured members of the 2009 State Championship Basketball Team.  The proceeds from the event were presented to the Kershaw Community Medical Clinic. 
DeSaussure Tri-Hi-Y's annual Dodge Ball Tournament has raised thousands of dollars and benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation. 
Our Commitment to Excellence permeates our dedication to community service.  Students donate over 5,000 hours of their time each year to various community groups.  The Varsity Football team volunteered at Habitat for Humanity homes.  Dozens of athletes and other students participate in Read Across America each year at area elementary schools.  JROTC cadets volunteer at the local animal shelter and participate in the Adopt-A-Highway program.  The PAWS art club creates artwork for community displays.  This year PAWS created stone mosaics for the local animal shelter.