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St. Charles Borromeo Parish School provides a high-quality academic and religious education for boys and girls in grades PreK-3 through 8th grade.  Operating within the Diocese of Trenton, St. Charles is centrally located in Cinnaminson, New Jersey and draws students from over 22 area school districts.

Disclaimer: Some photos and other media published on this website were taken prior to the pandemic.

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Changes to Dismissal Procedures

May 5, 2022

Attention parents/guardians:

Effective immediately, our dismissal procedures have changed due to the arrival of the trailers for the Carnival.

Afternoon carline will now take place in the rear of the building. You must enter from Branch Pike next to the Wagner House as depicted on the attached map.

You will create four lines of traffic going against the parking space as shown in the map via the arrows.

All vehicles will then be directed to exit the parking lot via the back driveway into the neighborhood.

Carline will not be dismissed until all children have entered their vehicles.

PreK parents, we ask that you pickup your children and exit the parking lot as soon as possible so we can clear space for carline. Students with PreK siblings, your PreK child will remain with their teacher until K-8 is dismissed at 3 pm.

Faith at Home

March 1, 2022

Please see the links below for Faith at Home.

Faith at Home is a monthly resource produced by the Diocese of Trenton to encourage families to grow in the practice of the faith. Practical ideas, tips, resources, and encouragement will be provided each month through the monthly column and podcast.



Spring Picture Day is March 8th

February 24, 2022

Spring Picture Day

Spring Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8th.

Your child can wear any outfit to school of your choosing. These pictures are for your family and will not be in the yearbook.

This is a new option we wanted to offer our families this year.

Spring Picture Day Order Form

St. Charles Borromeo Parish School Receives Cognia Accreditation

February 4, 2022

We are pleased to announce that St. Charles Borromeo Parish School has been granted Cognia accreditation.

Please see the linked press release for more information.

Registration Open for the 2022-2023 School Year

January 30, 2022

Registration is now open for the 2022-2023 school year at St. Charles Borromeo Parish School.

You will find all of the required registration documents at the following link:

Registration for 2022-2023 School Year

Please complete all of the forms and either email them to Mrs. Mary Glass or drop them off at the school office with your registration fee.

Thank you for your support of Catholic education and we look forward to meeting you and your child(ren).

Tours are available during the school day. Please call the school office at 856-829-2778 to schedule a tour at your convenience.

Snapshot of Catholic Schools

November 3, 2021

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Read all about the Catholic schools within the Diocese of Trenton in the linked Snapshot of Catholic Schools. Click on the image for more information.

Check the PTA Schedule

October 4, 2021

The SCB PTA has some amazing events and fundraisers scheduled for November.

Please check the PTA page on the school website for the full list of events, event flyers, and more information.

Letter From Superintendent About Masks

August 29, 2021

Parents, please see the linked letter from Diocese of Trenton Superintendent Vincent de Paul Schmidt about masks in schools for the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year.