Jun
27

KNIGHTS HELP NORTH TO ALL-STAR SOCCER VICTORY

Recent St. Joseph’s Catholic School graduates Connor Stein and Robbie Cromley helped the North record a 4-1 victory in the 31st North-South Soccer Classic Saturday, June 22 at T.L. Hanna High School. Connor was the only goalkeeper chosen for the North squad, so he played all 40 minutes and allowed only one goal against the […]

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Jun
24

KNIGHTS REPRESENTED AT PALMETTO BOYS/GIRLS STATE

Rising seniors Spencer Marchant, Russell Warren, Mary Ellison McCoy, Jenna Maunsell, Gracie Lawton and Alex May represented St. Joseph’s June 9-15 at the prestigious American Legion Palmetto Boys State and the American Legion Auxiliary Palmetto Girls State. The Boys State was held at Anderson University and the Girls State at Presbyterian College. Selection is highly […]

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Jun
23

COACH KUCINIC CHOSEN TO OFFICIATE AT SOCCER NATIONALS

SJCS boys soccer coach Frank Kucinic has been chosen to officiate at the President’s Cup National Championship July 10-14 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Coach Kucinic is one of the 15 Region III referees who will join the other three regions’ officials in supporting the competition for the National Championship. Coach Kucinic and the others had the […]

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Jun
19

SJCS STUDENTS TOUR GREECE, TURKEY

A group of St. Joseph’s students recently enjoyed a nine-day ACIS Tour through Greece and Turkey under the direction of SJCS teachers Elaine Trakas and Marla Palmer. It was a great way to learn about Ancient Greece, considered the birthplace of Western civilization, as well as Greek cuisine and Turkish history. The group visited Biblical […]

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Jun
18

GEORGE CARR, JOSH POWERS HONORED BY HSSR

St. Joseph’s coach George Carr and recent graduate Josh Powers have been honored as all-state in track by the High School Sports Report. Coach Carr led the Knights to their third consecutive Class 2A state championship May 11 at Spring Valley High School. Josh had state runner-up finishes in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 and […]

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Jun
11

SJCS 8TH-GRADERS CLAIM TOP PRIZES IN ESSAY CONTEST

Lane Anderson (first), Meghan Spikings (second) and Christopher Johnson (third) took the top three prizes in a patriotic essay contest for SJCS eighth-graders sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council #10819 at St. Mary Magdalene Parish. The theme of the essay contest was, “What does patriotism mean to me?” The three winners were honored at […]

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Jun
10

SJCS GRAD SALLY CADE HOLMES HAS BIG NIGHT AT TONY AWARDS!

Hadestown, a musical produced by SJCS graduate Sally Cade Holmes (Class of 2006), won eight Tony Awards during Broadway’s biggest night Sunday at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Hadestown won a total of eight categories, the most of any nominated show, and also had the most nominations with 14. The show won for: […]

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Jun
6

SJCS Summer Camps Open Next Week: Register Now

Don’t have your summer plans finalized yet? There is still time to join in one of the many Academic, Athletic, or Fine Arts Camps offered on campus this summer! Some camps start next week, but registration is still open. Bring your friends and learn from our talented instructors and coaches! Follow the links below for full details. See you soon! […]

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Jun
5

MINISTRY TRIP BRINGS LIKE-MINDED KIDS TOGETHER

It’s called a GS Vacation, and it’s bringing kids from all over together for a special time of fun and fellowship. Students from St. Joseph’s will be joining kids from Washington, D.C., Boston, New York, Florida, Ohio and elsewhere for a camping trip to Table Rock State Park June 28-July 3. “We’re joining with kids […]

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Jun
3

Charlotte’s Web Summerstock Cast Announced

Congratulations to the cast! Performances will be August 16-18, 2019. Tickets will be available to purchase on the school website in late-July. Any students wishing to be involved with crew and other production elements can contact Ms. McGrath. Charlotte’s Web Fern Arable – Sarah Morris Mr. John Arable – Jordan Plumblee Mrs. Martha Arable – […]

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