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Jacqueline Borger 

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Gloucester City High School
Media Center
1300 Market Street
Gloucester City, NJ

 

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2010 Gloucester City Public Schools, 520 Cumberland St., Gloucester City, New Jersey 08030
Information: 856-456-7000 | Mr. Joseph G. Rafferty, Superintendent

MISSION STATEMENT

 The educational process of the Gloucester City Public School District is the embodiment of visionary leadership, involved community, and individual needs.  It is characterized by a holistic approach, by technological innovation, and by the development of socially responsible citizens.  All students in the Gloucester City School District will be able to demonstrate the skills as outlined in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.  The students of the Gloucester City Schools will become contributing members of a changing economy and be prepared and committed to life long learning.