A series of ceramic-polymer scaffolds were studied for bone tissue engineering applications. These applications require bone reactivity as well as suitable scaffold properties and structure. Bioactive glass (BAG) and sol-gel derived silicas were chosen for ceramic components of the scaffolds, and crosslinked poly(ε-caprolactone/D,L-lactide) copolymers with monomer ratios 90/10 and 70/30 were used as polymer matrices. Scaffolds were prepared by photo-curing crosslinkable oligomers in the presence of the ceramic component and porosity producing salt. Scaffolds with 60-80 vol-% continuous phase macroporosity were obtained by using calcium chloride hexahydrate (CaCl2⋅6H2O), and were further tested in simulated body fluid (SBF). The ceramics remained highly reactive during scaffold preparation resulting in in vitro calcium phosphate formation.