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Camden Middle School is registered with mycokerewards.com.
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  • On multi-pack wraps
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Boxtops for Education

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Banner Purchasing

As a fundraising activity, Camden Middle School offers banners for supporters, and for personal acknowledgements of Cougar athletics and student athletes. We also offer banners for our local businesses to place advertisements on.

The banners are displayed in prominent locations on campus; primarily on all athletic venues. Businesses or other interested supporters of Cougar athletics, may contact the CMS athletic director or any coach.

Order soon and get your banner placed among other community supporters as a demonstration of our overwhelming  pride for Camden Middle School.

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Upcoming Events
  • Active Parenting of Teens



    “Active Parenting of Teens” is a free class offered to parents of students attending CMS. The goal of the program is to learn effective parenting skills and methods to alleviate conflict with their teens, to build a level of respect and cooperation with the structure of the home, and to emphasize positive communication and trust between the parent and the teen. 

    Each parent receives a free “Parent’s Guide” as well as Power Point presentations each session. Each session (4) focuses on specific goals and concepts with an emphasis on teaching:

    Methods for respectful discipline.
    Skills for clear, honest communication.
    Concrete strategies to prevent risky behavior such as drugs, alcohol, and sexual situations.
    How to be encouraging, attentive, and a positive role model and parent.

    Classes begin on Thursday, September 18th, September25th, October 2nd and October 9th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.  Sign-up at the front attendance window or contact Dr. Scanlon at 729-3113.


Current news

Today’s students face dangers that older generations could not have imagined.  Things like the internet, cell phones, etc., have created a whole new set of issues and dangers for today’s youth.  CHAMPS was founded in 2003 by the Georgia Sheriff’s Association to address the urgent challenges. The target audience for this is the 8th grade.  This is the pilot year for the middle school program.  Camden County was selected to be one of the counties to teach the program in the middle schools.  Both Camden Middle School and St. Marys Middle School accepted this opportunity. 
Click Here to see the flyer for additional information.

Georgia was one of 10 states granted a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act in February 2012.  The state created a new accountability system called the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which will roll out for the first time on May 7th.  Please see the links below for more information on how our schools will now be scored.

CCRPI Overview

CCRPI Achievement, Progress, and Achievement Gap



Practice SAFETY


Work towards SUCCESS 


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