The Bulldog Life - One Team, One Town, One Goal
The Miss Gold and Black pageants will be held on February 3rd (Freshmen and Sophomores) and on February 4th (Juniors and Seniors). See Mrs. Horton in the Library for more information.
The application, permission form, registration fee and t-shirt money, are due by 11:30am on Friday, December 16th.
We want to make sure all students and parents are aware of two free tutoring services for all students.
First, Tutor.com is a live tutoring service for all subjects from 8 AM- 10 PM each day. Please visit https://www.kcsdschools.net/tutor for more information.
Second, we offer a tutoring center for all students. On Mondays and Wednesdays, students may receive tutoring from Mrs. Speaks in Room 409 for English and Social Studies. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students may receive tutoring from Mrs. Ferrugia in Room 210 for Science and Math.
Again, both of these options are at no cost to our students.
The Guidance Counselors are ready to serve our students with their needs. To request an appointment, you must complete a request form before you can meet with a counselor.
We have three counselors dedicated to serving the needs of our students. Please use the following links to request assistance from them.
Mrs. Katie Cooper:
9th-11th Last Names A - I
Mrs. Pamela Chickering:
9th-11th Last Names J-Z
Mr. Brant Freeman: 12th Grade (all)
Assistance is also provided by:
Mrs. Vaughan Dew: Registrar
Ms. Ann Hough: Career Counselor
Ms. Cynthia Atkinson: Guidance Secretary
Need Tech Support?Our CHS technicians are ready to help you. Please complete the technology form to help them diagnose the issue. You will be contacted via email. Use this link to request technical assistance.
If you need to have your school Gmail password reset, complete this form:Please contact the district's eSupport Helpline by phone or by email after 4:00pm and until 8:00pm.
The Kershaw County School District began implementing clear bag procedures on December 1, 2019 for middle and high school extracurricular activities as an added safety measure.
Under the guidelines, persons can use clear tote bags no bigger than 12x6x12 inches or a clear plastic bag no larger than a gallon size to carry items into extracurricular activities. Keys, wallets, phones, credit cards and cash may be carried in a pocket or in hand. Medically necessary items will be able to be brought in after proper inspection at the gates.
Visitors can also bring seat cushions that do not have pockets, zippered pockets, compartments or covers. Umbrellas and clear rain ponchos are also acceptable as well as small clutches that are no larger than 4.5 x 6.5 inches.
For more information, visit www.kcsdschools.net/safety.
Commitment to Excellence
"Our mission is to provide an environment where students feel inspired to become active, successful, productive, and confident members of society."
Camden High School students and staff are committed to excellence in academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.
"Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality. It is the words that speak boldly of intentions, and the actions which speak louder than the words. It is making the time when there is none...coming through time after time after time, year after year after year. Commitment is the stuff character is made of, the power to change the face of things. It is the daily triumph of integrity over skepticism."