Nov
30

Leah Saunders (SJCS ’17) Claims National Championship with Emory University

Emory’s volleyball team won its second-ever national championship on Saturday, Nov. 17, where Knight alumni Leah Saunders (SJCS ’17) contributed eight kills to help her squad claim the title! Following the UAA Championships earlier in November, Saunders was named to the 2018 All-University Athletic Association Team, where she was awarded the conference’s Most Valuable Player. See below […]

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Nov
29

SJCS Youth In Government Delegation Brings Home Honors

The SJCS Youth in Government (YIG) delegation had great success this year in the state capitol. The delegation, representing St. Joseph’s for our 17th year, once again received the Premier Delegation Award. St. Joseph’s has brought this high honor home every year since we began participating and speaks to the incredible time and efforts put […]

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Nov
29

‘He’s earned everything’ – Andre Stoddard (SJCS ’14)

‘He’s earned everything’ Wofford fullback Stoddard overcomes missing fingers to be a force on the field By Todd Shanesy – Article from the Spartanburg Herald Journal In youth league football, Andre Stoddard sensed that other kids — adults as well — were rudely staring at him with unabashed curiosity and sometimes even making shameful comments. Stoddard […]

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Nov
28

FRIDAY: Jr. Beta Club Movie Night, Elf

The St. Joseph’s middle school Jr. Beta Club invites you to come get in the Christmas Spirit and raise funds to benefit Birthright of Greenville! We will be hosting a movie night this Friday on campus and watching the Christmas classic Elf! All middle school students are welcome. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 6:45-8:45 PM DOORS OPEN […]

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Nov
23

SJCS Theatre Team Places First in SCTA Tech Olympics

During November, the South Carolina Theatre Association hosted their fifth annual Tech Olympics. This event allows theatre students to demonstrate their accuracy, speed, and efficiency as well as creativity, ingenuity, and teamwork in executing technical theatre skills in the areas of Lighting, Stage Management, Wardrobe, Stage Crew, and Rigging. At this year’s event, the team representing SJCS included Carson Crockett, Philip […]

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Nov
20

St. Joe’s Gathers for Friendsgiving Celebration

On the Friday before Thanksgiving, over 150 people from the St. Joe’s family – students, their families, teachers, and staff – gathered to celebrate the holiday together with a Friendsgiving potluck hosted by Campus Ministry. The evening ran several hours with great conversation and energy, families sharing their favorite dishes and enjoying each other’s company. […]

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Nov
19

Knights Welcome Visitors for Grandparents Day

St. Joseph’s welcomed more than 230 guests for Grandparents Day during November. The annual celebration has become one of the largest events held on campus each year and is a wonderful highlight in the community life of the school. This year, the morning began with an invitation for grandparents to arrive early if they wished […]

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Nov
14

Athletic Signing Commits to Three Division I Programs

First athletic signing of the year knocks it out of the park with Knights athletes committing to three Division I schools! Knights Volleyball seniors Lauren DeLo commits to playing for Ole Miss while teammate Katie Culumovic signs to rival school Mississippi State, while Liam Walker signs to Purdue University for Swimming. Congratulations to all the […]

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Nov
11

Volleyball wins eighth straight state championship

The Lady Knights won their eighth consecutive title Saturday as they defeated Oceanside Collegiate, 25-15, 25-12, 25-12, for the Class AA championship at White Knoll High School. Read the following article from The Greenville News, and congratulations Knights and Coach Jan Carino on a fabulous season! “The eighth one is just as exciting as the […]

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