Claudia S., SJCS 8th grader, is an amazing gymnast! She pursues her passion year round and is so successful all while maintaining an excellent academic record. We are so proud of this awesome Jaguar!
St. Joseph is very proud of our students. We love to watch them developing as individuals, leaders and competitors, and we support their efforts to challenge themselves. They apply the same effort and perseverance to their extra-curricular activities as they do in the classroom. We celebrate their talents and achievements.
Congratulations to Team #5 and Team #2 who won the SJCS 2021 Religion Scholars Bowl!
Congratulations to four St. Joseph students who placed in the grade level Catholic Schools Week Annual Diocesan poster contest hosted by Bishop Lynch!
Congratulations to our super speller, Ayden L, for his recent 5th place finish in the 2021 Diocesan Spelling Bee! We are so proud of you! Go Jaguars!
Gaby V. has been participating in modeling classes this year ... this gorgeous 8th grader will be participating in a runway show for local modeling agencies soon!
Firecracker Bethany W., recently helped her team to a FIRST place victory in the Gold bracket (the most competitive bracket) of the U9OC Upper 90 Challenge Soccer Tournament!
Abby and her soccer team placed FIRST in a hard fought tournament in September 2020!
We are so proud of two of our 2020 SJCS graduates, Chris and Athena! They recently won a NASA Science essay contest, 'Scientist for a Day' with their collaborative essay on Triton, Neptune's largest moon. Click here to read their informative essay!
Congratulations to 4th grader Claudia Schroeder! Claudia tied for first place on floor exercise and the balance beam at the TAAF (Texas Amateur Athletic Federation) State Gymnastics Meet in Whitney, Texas, over the weekend. Way to go, Claudia! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to 7th grader, Gwen Hoover, on her recent performance in the Xcel state gymnastics meet. Gwen took home a 4th place finish on Bars and came in 5th on Beam. In each event she was less than two-tenths of a point away from first place! Congratulations, Gwen!