Monthly archives: June, 2014

Graduation 2014

Class of 2014

What began with thirteen students in 1993 has blossomed into a thriving environment where the school is nearly at full student capacity. Our graduating classes have grown drastically within a small time frame (a great problem to have) to the point where we can no longer fit our family, friends, and alumni inside our hosting church, Prince …

SJCS Highest Honors Awards for Students and Faculty

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The following awards are the highest honors that our faculty and students may receive at St. Joseph’s. For students: The Father Fox Award, The Redemptoris Custos Award, and The Outstanding Christian Athlete Award. For faculty: The Deacon Robert Brady Excellence in Teaching Award and The St. Joseph’s Catholic School High School Excellence in Teaching Award. We are …

2013-2014 Academic Awards Recipients

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Briefly, St. Joseph’s would like to extend a very special congratulations to our 2013-2014 Academic Awards Recipients who have excelled in a particular subject, and often times, in many subjects simultaneously. We are so thankful to have a student body which seeks out knowledge instead of passively accepting information, and challenges the status quo. We applaud …

SJCS Athletes Score Recognition & Coveted Titles

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Each year the SJCS Athletics Department recognizes our student athletes for their physical abilities as well as their mental and emotional strength, commitment to sportsmanship, leadership, and improving their body and mind through adherence to our school’s mission. Our teams have performed extremely well this year and we are proud to announce that, for the second …

Mission Trip Creates New SJCS Tradition

Mission Trip

Beginning a new tradition, 21 members of the Class of 2014 traveled to Charleston, SC May 24- 28 for St. Joseph’s first Senior Mission Trip. The group was graciously hosted by St. Joseph’s Catholic Church (Charleston) for the duration of their stay. Organized by the South Carolina based Homeworks of America, students worked on major repairs …