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High School 101
New CHS course aims to help new students succeed
High School 101
This year, all Camden High School ninth graders are required to take the high schools new High School 101 course. Taught by Stephen Sutusky and Casey Faulkenberry, the High School 101 course gives students a basis to succeed while focusing heavily on academic and social skills. In the picture are CHS teacher Stephen Sutusky, assistant principal Lesley Corner and teacher Casey Faulkenberry. - photo by Ashley Lewis Ford
Most college freshman are familiar with their university’s College 101 courses, usually referring to it as a guaranteed “A” that requires little, if any, effort. But for rising ninth graders at Camden High School (CHS), the new mandatory High School 101 class is anything but an “easy A.” According to CHS teachers Stephen Sutusky and Casey Faulkenberry, the school’s two High School 101 teachers who teach the course at CHS, High School 101 gives students a “basis to succeed.” “In the High School 101 class, our focus is on academic and social skills.

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