Apr
25

SJCS Students Welcomed into Church at Easter

This year at the Easter Vigil Mass, five St. Joseph’s students were confirmed in the Catholic Church, with two of those also being baptized. It was a wonderful night of celebration and joy in our Risen Savior! All the sponsors were in some way SJCS community members, either students, teacher, spouse, or alum. Congratulations! Elizabeth […]

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Apr
24

Seniors Honored at Spring Athletic Signings

On April 19th, four members of the Class of 2017 were honored at an Athletic Signing Ceremony recognizing their commitment to continue their athletic careers at their colleges of choice. Micah Banks will be playing basketball at Columbia International University, Caleb Coleman will be playing basketball at Johnson and Wales University, Drew Luzzatti will be playing soccer at Oglethorpe University, and […]

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Apr
24

Rising Freshmen Named St. Joseph’s Scholars

Congratulations to SJCS rising ninth graders Jessica Gerac and Sara Gushue, 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. Both girls are current eighth graders at SJCS.

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Apr
18

Boys and Girls Lacrosse Qualifies for Playoffs

Congratulations to our girls and boys lacrosse teams for qualifying for the Class AAAA state playoffs. The boys team received a four seed in the Upper State bracket and will host Eastside High School today at 5:30 PM. The girls team are the sixth seed and will travel to Greenville High School today. That game […]

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Apr
18

Boys Varsity Golf Beats GMC

St. Joseph’s, missing its two best players because of spring break, put together solid rounds by four players to beat Greer Middle College 181-195 Monday at The Preserve at Verdae. The Knights (8-2-1) were led by sophomore Ryan Gorman who shot a 3-over 38. Junior Greg Hazelhurst contributed a solid 40 while seventh-grader Joey Clary […]

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Apr
4

Honors Physics Tries New Circuitry Labs

In February, teacher Julie Schroeder attended the American Association of Physics Teachers Conference in Atlanta. At that conference, she learned about many new labs and was excited to bring them back to her students at St. Joe’s! Honors Physics performed a lab using Squishy Circuits, in which students learned about what qualities affect an object’s resistance. […]

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Apr
4

Campus Cleanup with Greensteps

Many thanks to the fourteen juniors who came out to help keep our campus looking beautiful! These students spend their morning picking up litter around our campus and by the surrounding roads. We appreciate your service!

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Apr
4

STEM Scouts Experiment with Hydraulics

The STEM Scouts are at it again! Last month, the students learned about hydraulics, constructing their own working hydraulic arms and using them to pick up everyday objects. The hands-on project was an extremely engaging way to learn the principals involved and the students really enjoyed constructing their arms! Thanks to teachers Joanna McLucas and […]

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Apr
3

Varsity Boys Tennis Training Hard

Boys Varsity Tennis is putting in the hours this season! Coach Kevin Meyer says that the majority of his team trains 4 to 5 days a week, combining team practices and individual clinics to improve their game. The team is fairly young, mostly 8th and 9th grade, and show great dedication. “They’re excited, and have a […]

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