Apr
27

Spartanburg Herald Features Coach Nash

Article Excerpt  By Todd Shanesy Spartanburg Herald Journal Staff Writer Longtime Wofford offensive line coach lands job as athletics director at Greenville school Read Full Story Eric Nash stood at the back of a room last December and had tears in his eyes as he watched the official retirement announcement of legendary Wofford football coach […]

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Apr
27

Spring Athletics Update

As April draws to a close, our varsity spring sports teams are wrapping up their regular season play and beginning state playoffs. We hope you will all go out and support our student athletes as they compete for region and state titles! See the Athletic Calendar for locations and game times. Girls Lacrosse The girls […]

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Apr
26

Our Lady’s Pantry Mural Dedication and Spring Visual Arts News

At the end of January, Art Teacher Deborah Pickard met with SJCS parent Maria Gray, who works for Catholic Charities, to make a plan for St. Joseph’s students and faculty to create artwork for a new healthy food bank, Our Lady’s Pantry. Fifteen students and two faculty painted 112 6″x 6″ canvases with 16 different […]

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Apr
25

2018 Annual Auction Gala – A Starry Knight

Continuing the celebration of the 25th Anniversary this year, the Annual Auction Gala, held Friday, April 20th, was A Starry Knight: Shining Christ’s Light for 25 Years. St. Joseph’s largest fundraiser of the year involves hundreds of hours of planning, and included all members of the SJCS family: students, staff, parents, friends, and community partners. […]

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Apr
25

Strengthening the Soul in the Weight Room

Lent may be over, but there’s one story that still has people talking. In the forty days leading up to Easter, Strength Coach Josh Reynolds used a beautiful means of blending his skills in the weight room with the opportunity for prayer and meditation of the Lenten Season. Every week, students and teachers gathered for […]

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Apr
24

Jubilate Knight for the Arts – May 5

The Fine Arts Department’s annual “Jubilate Knight for the Arts Talent Competition” is coming up fast! Make plans to join us May 5th for this family-friendly event, highlighting our artistically-gifted school community. Doors will open at 6:00 PM and the Talent Competition will begin at 7:00 PM. Patrons will enjoy an evening of fabulous entertainment […]

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Apr
18

Boys Track and Field Wins Relay Second Year in a Row

St. Joseph’s Boys Track and Field was featured in the Greenville News following the Greenville County Track and Field Championships after they claim victory in the 4×800-meter relay for the second year in a row. See excerpt below and follow the link to read the full story: One of the great things about countywide events is […]

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Apr
17

Knights Tennis Defeats Powerful JL Mann Team

Continuing their historic undefeated season, Boys Varsity Tennis claims the victory over JL Mann 6-0 in the first-ever match played against our near neighboring school. “Our guys played very well in some rough, windy conditions. Mann is having a really good season and has a solid team,” says Coach Kevin Meyer. Going into this match, […]

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Apr
13

Middle School Agape – Building the Whole Person

St. Joe’s has no lack of motivated students, but the Middle School Agape group is raising the bar. This Friday morning at 7:00 AM, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders filled the Meeting Room to gather with their friends for a common purpose – to be a mutual encouragement for each other as they strive to […]

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Apr
12

Four Seniors Participate in Spring Athletic Signing Day

  Congratulations to the four seniors who committed to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level! Brandon Bennett Jr. will participate on the Track and Field team next year at Limestone College, Emily Lotts will play volleyball for Columbia College, G Hazelhurst will play golf for Erskine College, and Christian Castillo will play lacrosse […]

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