Jan
30

Interfaith Panel Discussion: “Who Is My Neighbor?” Feb 13

Join us at St. Joseph’s Catholic School on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 for an Interfaith Panel Discussion addressing the question “Who Is My Neighbor?”. John Paul II Center 7:00 PM Free and open to the public The evening will be moderated by Fr. Sandy McDonald, pastor of St. John Neumann Parish in Columbia, South Carolina. We are […]

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Jan
29

Ava Dobson Named Two-Time Gatorade Runner of the Year

In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company announced Ava Dobson of St. Joseph’s Catholic School as its 2018-19 Gatorade South Carolina Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year. Dobson is the first Gatorade South Carolina Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year to be chosen from St. […]

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Jan
28

SJCS Spirit Week Concludes with $41k Gift to St. Anthony’s

Spirit Week 2019 concluded Friday night with the basketball games and check presentation to this year’s beneficiary, St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School. After a full week of student led fundraising activities, Student Council was thrilled to report the week’s total came to $41,320! This year’s fundraising is particularly exciting as the total is on par […]

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Jan
23

Food Truck Rally At Spirit Week Basketball Games – Friday, Jan 25

To close Spirit Week and kick off Catholic Schools Week, there will be a Food Truck Rally this Friday as we host CCES for girls and boys basketball! Friday, January 25 SJCS Campus 6:00 – 9:00 PM Come out and support our Knights and enjoy dinner with your family! Available will be BBQ goodness from […]

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Jan
23

New Baseball Hit House and Bullpen to be Named After Papal Honoree Joe Pazdan Sr.

Behind every project St. Joseph’s undertakes is a desire to serve the mission of our school and a dedicated team moving the work forward through their labor, their prayers, and their financial investment. As construction continues for improvements to the baseball field, we would like to recognize the longtime support of “Papa” Joe Pazdan Sr. […]

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Jan
18

Middle School Wrestling Goes to State After Region Wins

Congratulations to Middle School Wrestlers Logan Dodge, 8th grade, who placed 1st in the Regional State Wrestling Tournament, and to Hammond Fayssoux, 7th grade, who placed 4th. Both boys will be going on to compete at the JV & MS Carolina Invitational State Tournament this weekend in 100 pound weight class. Congratulations on your achievements and good luck in Lexington […]

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Jan
18

St. Joseph’s Attends March for Life in Washington DC

Today, thirty St. Joe’s students and four faculty chaperones join over 200,000 participants at the annual March for Life in Washington, DC. The students chose to miss the opening day of the SJCS Spirit Week and to march in freezing cold weather to show their support for the right to life of all people, from […]

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Jan
15

Winter Outerwear Sale – Closes January 22

We’ve opened a quick Winter sale for items to keep you cozy during these colder months! Students are permitted to wear SJCS Spirit Wear on Fridays and outerwear any day of the week (except Wednesday), so stock up for those upcoming chilly fall and winter days.  PLEASE NOTE SALE CLOSES ON JANUARY 22 @11:59 PM […]

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Jan
15

SJCS Receives Cross Country Awards

The St. Joseph’s Cross Country program was awarded the following at the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (SCTCCCA) winter meeting on Saturday, Jan. 12th, at the offices of the South Carolina High School League in Columbia, South Carolina: Ava Dobson: 2018 Fastest SC Female Runner Caroline Linen: 2018 SCRunners XC Series Championships […]

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Jan
14

A Knight with the Legends – February 9, Tickets on Sale Now

Please join us for a very exciting and unique event, “A Knight with the Legends”, that will be happening in the St. Joseph’s JPII Center the evening of Saturday, February 9th. St. Joseph’s Catholic School will be hosting an exciting slate of Hall of Fame college football coaches as they share stories and experiences in a […]

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