Apr
28

SJCS Hosts Documentary

In partnership with Furman University, Dorman HS, and Christ Church, SJCS hosted a public screening of the documentary film, “Children of Chabannes,” on Monday, April 11 in the JPII Center. Mr. Norbert Bikales, a child hidden in the small french town of Chabannes during the Holocaust, introduced the film and conducted a question & answer […]

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Apr
27

MS Students Compete in Science Fair

SJCS eighth grader Julia VanPutte was recently awarded 3rd Place in Biology in the junior division (Grades 6-8) of the SCISA State Science Fair held April 13th at the Sumter County Civic Center. SJCS students Spencer Marchant, Anna Impeduglia, Karina Jimenez, and Maclean Armstrong also represented SJCS at the science fair.

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Apr
26

Students Attend Model UN Conference

The Middle School Model United Nations program, a full-year curriculum implemented in schools with direction from the YMCA Youth in Government staff, helps participants expand their knowledge of global issues while also improving their debate and leadership skills. Students study and represent a particular country, create a “Festival of Nations” display, and write a resolution […]

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Apr
21

Students Spend Break Abroad

During Easter Break from March 25-April 2, thirty-three St. Joseph’s students, faculty, and parents traveled to Berlin, Prague, and Munich. Easter Mass was attended at St. Hedwig’s in Berlin and some of the other highlights included visiting the Berliner Dome, Dachau, the Pergamon Museum, and Neuschwanstein Castle. Click here to view more photos.

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Apr
20

Theatre Presents Spring Musical

The SJCS Theatre Department put on their annual Spring Musical from March 17-20. On the first night of performances, Founders Circle members enjoyed a preview production of State Fair, accompanied by a Flik Dining catered reception which was themed to fit the musical. Based on the film, State Fair follows the adventures of one Iowan […]

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Apr
19

Mini-Mester Offers Unique Learning

St. Joseph’s annual Mini-Mester hosted a variety of classes and learning opportunities, complete with fun and adventures. High School students enrolled in classes ranging from Dog Training to German, French, and South African Cultural Experiences and everything in between. Middle School students participated in a grade specific Mini-Mesters including a day at the Carl Sandburg […]

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Apr
13

Forum Hosts Student Leaders

On March 16, St. Joseph’s Pope Francis Forum club hosted a Dialogue & Friendship dinner to honor students across the Greenville community who are interested in diversity and inclusion efforts. Students attending this dinner were given an opportunity to meet other community leaders and peers from their neighborhood schools. Following mealtime roundtable discussions, a panel […]

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Apr
11

SJCS Golf Continues Successful Season

Led by senior Christian Baliker, the St. Joseph’s boys varsity golf team finished second in the All-Greenville County Golf Tournament held at Green Valley Country Club in late March. Baliker posted a 27-hole total of 106, three shots shy of winner Bennett Gillard of Eastside. Eastside won the team competition with a score of 453. […]

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Apr
8

Seniors Serve on 3rd Annual Trip

From March 8-13, thirty-nine members of the class of 2016 participated in the 3rd annual Senior Mission Trip to Tampa, Florida. Planned by the Senior Senate, the seniors worked on two Habitat for Humanity build sites and two Restore facilities then visited migrant camps and fed the homeless. In addition to their days of service, […]

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Apr
6

Rising Freshmen Named SJ Scholars

Congratulations to St. Joseph’s rising ninth graders Isabel Poinsette and Andy Widman, who were recently selected as the recipients of the St. Joseph’s Scholar Award. This scholarship, awarded annually to two incoming freshmen, recognizes academic excellence. Isabel is a current eighth grader at SJCS and Andy is a current eighth grader at Prince of Peace […]

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