Home of the Mustangs
Carusi Middle School is the neighborhood middle school on the West side of Cherry Hill. Our school’s enrollment ranges from approximately 960 – 1000 students in grades 6-8. We have exciting staff and students who do incredible things every day. Our school’s focus on the whole child provides opportunities for students to grow in academic and extracurricular areas. Our curriculum focuses on academic excellence and has the three pillars of character (Respect, Responsibility, and Citizenship) rooted in all we do.
Our goal is to make connections with all our students and empower their passions into learning experiences that foster meaningful contributions to our global community. Becoming a Carusi Mustang is a lifelong commitment. We inspire students to be Caring, Academic, Respectful, Unparalleled Students with Integrity. We are proud of all of our students and their awesome accomplishments – within and beyond Carusi!
Dr. Neil Burti, Principal
Information on how to log into Parent Portal for Parent-Teacher Conferences can be viewed online here and more information on Parent-Teacher conferences, including dates, can be viewed online as well.
Students will be dismissed at 12:15 PM from December 2nd - 5th. Each day and lunch will be served.
Important information for parents and guardians regarding the HIB Back to School Night 2019 can be viewed online.
Parents/Guardians please read this important message from Dr. Burti regarding a Shelter in Place September 26, 2019.
Attention Parents/Guardians: Please view this New Student Orientation Presentation for important information regarding the 2019-2020 school year. Thank you!
- No breakfast
- No second meals
- Limits on particular snacks, for example: no fruit snacks, no ice cream
Community members with additional questions after the Safety & Security Forum at Cherry Hill High School West at 7 pm on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 are invited to submit them via our online portal. Post-forum submissions may be included in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document posted on this web site. The video recording of the forum is available on our YouTube channel. Also available online are the panelists' biographies and a chart showing security and mental health support resources at each of our high schools and middle schools, and at the elementary grade level.
Now available online: A statement from Cherry Hill Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche and Board of Education President Eric Goodwin regarding the district's revised Unpaid Meals Policy.
Congratulations to the staff, students and families of Joseph D. Sharp Elementary School for being named on September 26, 2019 as a National Blue Ribbon School. A press release about this honor is available online.
The New Jersey Department of Education has released the updated high school graduation assessment requirements in English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and mathematics for the Classes of 2019 through 2022. These requirements are available online.
LaCoyya H. Weathington