Young Entrepreneurs Advocate the Outdoor Lifestyle

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Young entrepreneurs, from those setting up lemonade stands to selling their jewelry to creating a non-profit foundation, are a particularly impressive type of teenager…they have a special internal drive, a knack for business, and are resourceful.   However, not every young entrepreneur can say that they have landed a patent lawyer, marketing team, articles of business, and have a …

Sharing a Second Chance at Life

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Slightly more than a year ago, Aaron Lesiak (SJCS, Class of 2012) was enjoying his junior year at Presbyterian College in Clinton. At SJCS, he was a wonderful student and a cog on the run of state baseball championships by the Knights.   He had selected PC as the college of his choice and was …

Calling All Future Knights!

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Are YOU a Future Knight?   There’s still time to apply for fall 2016 admission! The last scheduled admissions testing date is Saturday, March 12, 2016. Applicants should strive to get their application into the school office as soon as possible to ensure a spot for the March testing.   Our Door is Open! SJCS …

Finding Humility Through Exercise

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  A simple, seven-word declarative sentence is a call to a different kind of action for St. Joseph’s strength and conditioning coach Joel Raines.   “God needs our poverty not our abundance.”   That is the basis for the Mother Teresa Humility Challenge that Raines has set forth this school year for middle school boys …

SJCS College Bound Athletes

They may be Paladins, Owls and Cougars soon, but they’ll always be Knights to us! Congratulations to senior Sean Langan, who committed to play Soccer for Furman University on National Letter of Intent Signing Day in February. During his high school athletic career, Sean has contributed to the team’s consecutive State Championships all three years …