Nov
17

SJCS Students Participate in SC Theater Association Convention

St. Joseph’s students had a successful weekend at the SC Theater Association Convention this past weekend. SCTA hosted the ​fourth​ annual Tech Olympics. Teams from schools across the state competed in ​five​ technical theatre events, including rigging, hanging and focusing a light, sewing a button, ​prop change, and drop folding. ​At this year’s event, the team ​representing SJCS included ​Philip Mosley, Jacob Kiser, Dillon Spikings, Luke […]

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Nov
17

Spanish Class Celebrates “Dia De Los Muertos”

Senora Lumbreras’s class spent their class period celebrating the Day of the Dead last Wednesday. The celebration welcomed a few guests, including alumni Hugo Hernandez (Class of ’17). The class also welcomed a guest that built and explained the history behind a traditional altar used in Celebration of the day. Students were then asked to write […]

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Nov
17

SJCS Students Travel to Furman to Listen to Former Head of NASA

A group of SJCS National Science Honor Society students and faculty member Ryan Koon went to Furman University to listen to astronaut and former head of NASA, Charles Bolden. Bolden spent 34 years in the United States Marine Corps and he spent 14 of those years as a member of NASA’s Astronaut Office. He traveled […]

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Nov
17

March for Life Registration Open

Registration for the 2018 SJCS March for Life Trip is open now through December 8th. Last year, 70 of our students attended this powerful demonstration in Washington D.C. and we hope to take even more for 2018! Please read the testimony of SJCS parent Brandi Koontz on why this was a life-changing experience for her […]

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Nov
16

SJCS Duke TIP Qualifiers for 2017-18

Congratulations to the thirty-six SJCS seventh graders, representing 49% of their class, who qualified for participation in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP): Hannah Adams, Bianca Alabau, Martha-Glen Boggs, Chloe Bradley, Maxwell Bridges, Anne Cole, Emma Cumby, James Delo, Morgan Fayssoux, Allison Gerac, Edward Gillespie, Riley Gopalakrishnan, Matthew Hall, Sylvia Kucinic, Joshua Lagleva, Thomas […]

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Nov
16

2017 AP Pass Rates Announced

The College Counseling Office recently reported that SJCS students scored a 78% pass rate on Advanced Placement (AP) exams completed during the last three years.  Of the 765 AP exams taken, SJCS students scored a “3” or better on 599 of the tests.  St. Joseph’s AP students are required to take AP exams each May after completing these […]

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Nov
13

Spring 2017-18 Sports Start Dates

Baseball Jan 29th – Feb 1st – 3:30 pm Tryouts for MS Jan 29th – Feb 1st – 5:00 pm Tryouts for JV & Varsity Boys Golf Jan 30th – 2:30 pm at Preserve at Verdae Feb 7th – 2:40 pm at Chanticleer Boys Lacrosse Jan 22nd – 4-6 pm at Sunset Park Girls Lacrosse […]

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Nov
13

Bikulege (SJCS ’14) Student-Athlete Interview

Source: Athletics.CMU.edu The Carnegie Mellon University Department of Athletics interviewed senior football player Stanley Bikulege in its first installment of a new student-athlete video series. Stanley talks about football and being a student-athlete on campus at Carnegie Mellon, along with special moments of his career and where his academic life is taking him. Watch the video

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Nov
10

2017 Color Run Together for Greenville – Sign Up TODAY!

The 3rd Annual CCES & SJCS Color Run is upon us again! St. Joseph’s Catholic School and Christ Church Episcopal School are teaming up together for Greenville and this year, the money raised by the schools will be donated to The Family Effect, an organization working to reduce addiction as a leading cause of family collapse […]

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Nov
10

Wednesday, Nov 15 @ 7 PM – Parent2Parent Meeting

This session is aimed at helping parents navigate raising teens in this fast paced, ever changing world of technology. There are reasons why Steve Jobs, inventor of the iPad, never allowed his children to use one and why Bill Gates did not allow his kids to have smart phones until they were 14. The answers will […]

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