St. Joseph Catholic School

Worship...developing devotion to God and appreciation of His love for us

Worship...developing devotion to God and appreciation of His love for us

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Study...accomplishing academic excellence by engaging students

Study...accomplishing academic excellence by engaging students

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Serve...encouraging a lifelong desire to help others in need

Serve...encouraging a lifelong desire to help others in need

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Technology...supporting a strong academic program

Technology...supporting a strong academic program

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Extra-curriculars...enriching the lives of our students through fine arts and academics

Extra-curriculars...enriching the lives of our students through fine arts and academics

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Athletics...developing student skill and character through practice and competition

Athletics...developing student skill and character through practice and competition

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News and Announcements

6th Grade Boys win DPL Basketball Championship

6th Grade Boys win DPL Basketball Championship Congratulations to our 6th grade boys for winning the DPL Basketball Championship! We are so proud of your hard work and dedication this season! Go Jaguars!
Congratulation to 8th Grader, An Cao!

Congratulation to 8th Grader, An Cao! Eighth grader, An Cao, has been named as a recipient of a DPL athletic scholarship. An plays basketball, volleyball, and runs track for St. Joseph all while maintaining excellent grades. Congratulations, An! We are so proud of you!!
Congratulations to 8th Grader, Kyle Chmielewski!

Congratulations to 8th Grader, Kyle Chmielewski! Eighth grader, Kyle Chmielewski, has qualified for the National Geographic State Bee on March 27th. Each state champion will receive $100, the "National Geographic Atlas of the World, 10th Edition," a medal, and a trip to Washington, D.C., to represent their state in the National Geographic Bee Championship to be held at National Geographic Society headquarters, May 11-13, 2015. Congratulations, Kyle, and good luck! We will be cheering for you!
First Graders Receive Crosses

First Graders Receive Crosses Our 1st graders received special crosses at last week's All School Mass. Fr. Timothy reminded the students that just as they are making Lenten sacrifices to show their love for Jesus, the cross is the ultimate sign of love and sacrifice. By wearing the cross, we are reminded of the great love Jesus has for each of us and that we must make sacrifices in order to help one another and share His love with all those around us.
For more pictures from last week's All School Mass, please click on the headline above and follow the link.
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