Dec
20

Sixth Grade Academy Completes Successful First Semester

The Sixth Grade Academy has officially completed its first semester, with St. Joseph’s youngest students headed home for Christmas break. There are so many highlights from the first term – the hot air balloon visit, bible blessing, the Altruism in Action series with visits from the sheriff’s office and Water of Life, service projects, Day […]

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Dec
19

Jake Johanning Signs to Furman Football

Congratulations to senior Jake Johanning on committing to play Division I football for Furman University! Johanning signed on December 19 with his friends and family gathered to celebrate this achievement. Johanning finished his high school football career with high honors as the Region 1-AA Player of the Year by the region’s coaches. He was also the […]

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Dec
14

Prayer for Study and Exams

As we enter exam week on Monday, know that the prayers of the faculty and staff are will all of our students, particularly as they prepare over the weekend. Good luck and finish strong! St. Joseph, pray for us. PRAYER FOR PREPARATION TO STUDY Lord, I know you are with me and love me. Give […]

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Dec
11

Fine Arts Christmas Concerts – December 11, 12, & 13

Celebrate the end of the semester by joining the Fine Arts Department at this week’s Christmas concerts! Band Ensemble – Tuesday Strings Ensemble – Wednesday Choral Ensemble – Thursday All concerts begin at 7:00 PM in the JPII Center and admission is free.

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Dec
6

Middle School Celebrates St. Nicholas Day

Happy St. Nicholas Day! Today, the middle school celebrated with treats in the cafeteria thanks to many of our moms and Mrs. Jaraczewski. St. Nicholas is the patron saint of children and is a major saint in many European and Eastern countries. One of the old Christian traditions surrounding his feast day is for kids to […]

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Dec
6

Palmetto Fellows Announced

The College Counseling Office recently announced that twenty-six students out of a class of 109 seniors have met the qualifications for the Palmetto Fellows Early Award. This is a tremendous achievement for our seniors, and showcases the quality of these students among their peers in the Greenville area. According to the Greenville County Schools website, the class percentage of […]

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Dec
6

Sixth Grade Academy Altruism in Action: Water of Life Ministry Visit

On Thursday, November 29th, the Sixth Grade Academy continued its Altruism in Action series with a visit from Water of Life Ministry. The students, who are currently studying the virtue of compassion, listened intently to their guest speaker Sarah Kelley as she shared the about the mission of Water of Life – to support communities in […]

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Dec
5

St. Joe’s Blankets and Stadium Seats Available

The lacrosse team will be selling St. Joseph’s blankets at the upcoming home basketball games Dec. 10, 11, and 14. These cozy throws are 54″ x 84″ and perfect for cool weather events or as an additional layer at the foot of the bed ($40 each). Also available are 11″ x 14″ royal blue foam […]

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Dec
4

Theology of the Body Class Hosts Speaker

St. Joseph’s Theology of the Body course is a unique classroom offering in the Greenville area. As the Upstate’s only Catholic high school, St. Joseph’s is the only educational experience offering an in-depth, semester long exploration of St. Pope John Paul II’s critical work on an integrated vision of the human person. “The human body […]

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Dec
3

Flag Retirement Ceremony to be Held Thursday, Dec 6

All students, faculty, staff, and families are invited to attend a Flag Retirement Ceremony on Thursday, December 6th at 9:45 AM. A special invitation is extended to all veterans who may be interested as well. The ceremony will be conducted by SJCS senior and Eagle Scout Dillon Spikings, and will be held on the St. […]

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