Monthly archives: October, 2014

Tailgate for Donors Unites Fellowship, Food, and Football

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Prior to the St. Joseph’s vs. Christ Church Varsity Football Game on Friday, October 24th, the SJCS Advancement Office hosted a Donor Appreciation Tailgate for our current Founders Circle and Red Door members. Catered by Chef Shawn and his talented FLIK team, the event brought around 250 guests consisting of families, faculty, and staff together for …

A Visit with the Bishop

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On Monday, September 29th, the Most Reverend Robert Guglielmone, Bishop of Charleston, joined SJCS Headmaster Keith Kiser in congratulating the school community on its recent 2014 National School of Excellence award. The Bishop spent the day on campus celebrating Mass, touring the school and the Chapel construction, and speaking to student groups during lunch, at which time …

Board of Trustees Welcome New Members

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The SJCS Board of Trustees recently announced the addition of two new members elected to serve three-year terms beginning July 1, 2014: Matt Foster and James Satterfield. Look for more in-depth interviews with Matt and James in the next Shield! Matt Foster, SJCS Class of ’04, is a managing partner at Greenville Rental Properties and the …

Celebrating Our Scholars

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Please take a moment to congratulate all our scholars, current as well as alumni, on their academic performances and upholding the St. Joseph’s standards of excellence! National Merit Scholarship Program Congratulations to seniors Glenn Andrew, Christopher Baumgarten, Gunnar Johanning, and Brooks McCoy, who have been named Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. These students placed among …

Fine Arts Showcase Talent for Charitable Works

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The Fine Arts Program at St. Joseph’s does more than showcase musical, artistic, and theatrical talents…they contribute to the good of local and global communities, mostly for the health and happiness of children. For several years, each program has given back and this year is no different. With several projects still to come, the SJCS Fine Arts …