The first high school in North Camden!
Welcome to Mastery High School of Camden, home of the Warriors! We serve students in grades 9-12.With AP classes and dual enrollment, our students can earn college credit while they are still in high school. They can also explore various careers through our internship and automotive tech programs, get one-on-one coaching from college & career advisors and help to prepare for the ACT.
Opportunities? We’ve got them! From sports and robotics to travel and music, students have tons to choose from.
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- Dual enrollment with Camden County College to earn an associate degree while still in high school
- AP classes to earn college credit
- ACT prep and college/career advisors for every student
- Internships for sophomores to gain valuable work experience and network with professionals in the community
- Automotive tech training program where students get a certification in automotive service and help to find a job or paid internship after completion
- More than 20 sports, including boys and girls basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, boys and girls volleyball, cross country & track
- Clubs and activities, like National Honor Society, student government, Japanese & anime club, Spanish heritage club, homework support, drum line, art club, theater
- Over 20 electives, such as journalism, poetry, creative writing, African American literature, marine biology, architectural design, yoga, psychology, environmental studies, health, weight lifting, fashion design, band, & film study
- Beautiful, updated facilities, including an $18 million dollar renovation. New weight room, science labs, and more!
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Dr. William Hayes, Principal
Dr. William Hayes is the founding principal of Mastery High School of Camden. This school began as an extension of Mastery East Camden Middle School of which he was also the founding principal in 2015.
Prior to joining Mastery, he was a turnaround principal at Franklin D. Roosevelt Academy Pre-K-8 in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Hayes spent his early career as a high school teacher and administrator in Boston Public Schools.
He is a 2007 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College and received his master’s in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In 2016 he received his doctorate of education from Vanderbilt University with a concentration in education leadership and policy.
Dr. Hayes is a native of small-town Hartsville, South Carolina and hopes to be a voice and advocate for change in public education. During his high school years, he was in the marching band, played football, ran track and sang in his school choir.
Jennifer Cooper, Assistant Principal of Operations
Jim Sheward, Chair
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