May
31

SJCS Serves for Feast Day

To celebrate the Feast Day of St. Joseph the Worker, the entire SJCS community embarked on a day of service on April 29. An annual tradition at St. Joseph’s, all middle and high school households worked at various community locations to provide love and care to those in need. This year, students and staff worked […]

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May
25

Jubilate Knight Supports Fine Arts

The SJCS Fine Arts Department and Jubilate Arts Guild hosted the eighth annual Jubilate Knight Talent Competition, Fine Arts Department fundraiser on April 30. The coffeehouse themed event showcased talent from throughout the St. Joseph’s community, including artwork and performances by students, faculty, and staff. Thank you to all the volunteers who made this night […]

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May
24

SJCS Hosts Danish Students

From Sunday April 24-Friday, April 29, twenty-two Danish students and their two teachers visited SJCS from Roskilde Gymnasium, Roskilde Denmark. The Danish exchange students and teachers were hosted by SJCS families and attended classes at SJCS, and participated in some field trips. The Danes and SJCS students and teachers hiked Paris Mountain, explored downtown Greenville, […]

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May
19

National Honor Society Inductees

The school’s annual induction ceremony for the St. Joseph’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) was held on April 27 in a special school-wide ceremony in the gym. New members were inducted into one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for high school students. NHS students, selected by a Faculty Council for […]

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May
16

SJCS Prom 2016

Congratulations to seniors Mark Estes and Morgan Guest who were voted Prom King and Queen. Travis Garceau and Breanna Anderson were crowned Prom Prince and Princess. Student Council hosted Prom on Saturday evening, April 23 at The Hyatt Regency in Downtown Greenville. Following Prom, prom-goers enjoyed the trampolines, games, music, food, and prizes at the […]

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May
13

Junior Beta Club Inductees

The SJCS Junior Beta Club held its fourth annual candlelight induction ceremony on April 2. The school’s Junior Beta Club is committed to providing middle school students with a positive experience by encouraging service to others, developing character and leadership skills, all while recognizing and promoting high academic achievement. Congratulations to the 2016 members of […]

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May
12

Academic Honor Society Inductions

The annual Academic Honor Society Inductions were held April 20th during a high school assembly. Congratulations on all our 2016 inductees. English Honor Society The “Mystery and Manners” Chapter of the National English Honor Society, founded in January 2011, recognizes students who have excelled in the area of language arts and who show a genuine […]

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May
9

Moms Participate in Football Clinic

On Saturday, April 16, Varsity Football Coach Dan Navarro hosted our first ever Knights Football Clinic for Moms. Participants learned safety protocols, received instruction on proper equipment fitting, concussion awareness, proper tackling techniques, on-field drills, and how the mission of our school is taught to our student athletes. Click here to view more photos.

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May
6

Seniors Sign for Collegiate Sports

Congratulations to the following seniors who recently signed to play collegiate sports: Michaela Biske signed to play soccer at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Michaela has participated in SJCS varsity soccer team from 2014-2016 and served as Team Captain. Michaela also played two years at the Furman United soccer club. Kristen Kauffman committed to run […]

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May
4

SJCS Students UKnight

On Friday, April 15, the Advancement Office and Capital Campaign Committee made the UKnight campaign public to our student body during a brief assembly. Following the assembly, every student received a free campaign t-shirt and participated in a school-wide drone photoshoot held outside in the space where the new UKnight building will eventually be built. […]

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