5K Run / 1 Mile Walk Family Event Saturday June 3, 2017 Please join us for the 2nd annual Caracciolo Classic family fundraiser event to benefit the Adorno Father’s Foundation. The Foundation is a 501C, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting seminarians and priests in the order of the Clerics Regular Minor in their preparation into Catholic priesthood through retirement. WHEN: […]
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The American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League have named their award winners for those students who took the National Latin Examination this year. Representing St. Joe’s for Latin II were: James Clemence – cum laude certificate Abby Horne – magna cum laude certificate Sami Miller – silver medal and maxima cum laude certificate Daniel Pekalak – silver […]
In two amazing matches, both our girls and boys varsity soccer teams were defeated by Academic Magnet in the state championship games Friday in Columbia, placing St. Joseph’s in 2nd in the entire state our first year in Class 2A. The Lady Knights played at 2:00 PM in their first ever championship game, showing tremendous fight all the way to […]
Saturday afternoon at Spring Valley HS in Columbia, the girls and boys track and field teams competed in their state championship meet. The boys team finished as State Champions by scoring 80 points! That was 22 points better than Keenan HS who finished in second. The following team members had top 5 finishes in their events: Ford McCoy– 1st in […]
Every year, the students of St. Joseph’s Catholic School divide into their households and take a day off from their classes to serve in the Greenville community. It’s an awesome opportunity for us to get our hands dirty and put our faith into action through corporal works of mercy. This year, our students and their household deans provided roughly 130 hours […]
On May 10th, St. Joseph’s was honored to receive the Valued Lives Award for School Excellence in Diversity during the 13th Annual Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards. The awards are hosted by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce and the Riley Institute at Furman, in partnership with Upstate Chambers. We are so proud of the efforts of our students and the leadership […]
St. Joseph’s Catholic School is offering two middle school scholarship opportunities for incoming 6th grade students. The scholarship will cover 50% of tuition for each winning applicant and is renewable for two consecutive years contingent upon the applicant maintaining A/B grades and an excellent disciplinary record throughout middle school. All rising 6th grade students applying for admission for the […]
Last night was a classic case of “it ain’t over til it’s over”! The Knights boys soccer team mounted an epic comeback after trailing 3-0 against Christ Church for most of the match. The Knights began their wild ride with a goal near the nine minute mark and followed that with a rocket of a goal from close to 40 yards out […]
On May 3rd, the SJCS Pope Francis Forum welcomed students and teachers from As-Sabeel Academy to St. Joseph’s for a school visit. We visited As-Sabeel two months ago and we wanted to reciprocate their generosity! They brought 15 middle school students and four teachers. We paired their students with St. Joe’s students for a tour of the school, then we […]
The Lady Knights soccer team defeated Greer Middle College Charter 3-0 to win their first ever Upper State Championship! They will play Academic Magnet High School for the Class AA state title on Friday at 2:00at Irmo High School. Also yesterday, the SJCS baseball team defeated Landrum HS 1-0. They will play another elimination game today in the Upper State […]
To every single St. Joseph’s teacher, past and present, THANK YOU for everything you do! For long hours, late nights, lesson planning, grading our papers, making us think and laugh, noticing when we’re down, celebrating us when we succeed, pushing us to aim higher, and believing in us. WE APPRECIATE YOU!
On Thursday night last week, the boys varsity tennis team defeated Saluda HS 7-0 to advance to the next round. They play Christ Church today at 4:30. On Friday night, the Lady Knights soccer team defeated Landrum HS 2-0. They will now host Greer Middle College this evening at 7:30 for the Upper State Championship. Also on Friday, the SJCS […]
Today six of our SJCS alumni came back to campus to share their college experiences with the Class of 2017. They answered a wide variety of questions about how life in college will be different from their time at St. Joe’s, including balancing being a student athlete, Greek life, study habits and workload, getting to know your professors, getting involved […]
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Junior Ben Loudermilk fired a 5-under 67 Tuesday to lead the St. Joseph’s boys golf team to the Region I-AA tournament championship. Playing the 6,131-yard, par-72 River Falls Golf Club course, Loudermilk shot 34 on the front nine and 33 on the back. A junior, Loudermilk took only 19 putts over 18 holes and won the individual Region Golfer of […]
The Knights baseball team defeated Cheraw HS in the first game by a score of 5-0 and are District Champions! They will now advance to the Upper State tournament which begin here on Thursday against Fox Creek. The Lady Knights softball season ended with a close 9-7 defeat at Saluda HS. I would like to publicly thank Deacon Bill Hudson […]
On Friday, the boys and girls Track and Field Teams competed in the Region Championship Meet. The boys team placed second and the girls team finished in third place. The Boys 4×800 team, Ford McCoy, Brendan McTigue, Zac Palmer, and Josh Powers came in first place in their event with a brand new school record of 8:09! The following athletes were recognized […]
Six members of the St. Joseph’s Class of 2018 have qualified to enter the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Of some 1.5 million program entrants, these students are among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants in the nation who qualified for this prestigious honor. From these 50,000 high scorers, approximately 16,000 students will be named in September as National Merit Semifinalists and approximately […]
St. Joseph’s closed out its regular season in golf last Thursday by beating Region I-AA rival Chesnee at The Preserve at Verdae. In damp conditions, the Knights (10-4-1) were led by sophomore Ryan Gorman with a 38. Junior Ben Loudermilk shot 42 while senior Sean Miller and 7th grader Joey Clary each shot 44. Now the Knights get ready to […]
SJCS JUNIOR BETA CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTS MOVIE NIGHT! To Benefit Birthright of Greenville FRIDAY, May 12 6:45-9:00 PM DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 (ENTER AT DOORS NEAR FOOTBALL FIELD) $5 ADMISSION CHARGED TO YOUR SCHOOL ACCOUNT (INCLUDES CONCESSIONS!) Register
Enjoy this year’s Annual Auction Gala video and hear the beautiful ways your support touches the lives of our students! Thank you for all you do!
Jack Culumovic (’17) has been selected to participate in the North/South All-Star Baseball Games which will take place at Lexington HS May 23-25. The North/South All-Star Baseball Games will include the top senior players in the Upper State against the top senior players in the Lower State. Christian Castillo (’18) and Luke Bikulege (’17) were named to the Lacrosse Coaches Association Association All-State […]
Walker Fann ’20 and his parents attended a banquet in Columbia where Walker was presented with a trophy by the High School Sports Report for being selected to their All-Rookie Team in Wrestling. Congratulations Walker!
The NSSHS sponsored a talk from author Sheila Ingle on Friday, April 21. Senior Sara Slaughter contacted Mrs. Ingle to give a talk on Kate Barry, a heroine of the American Revolution from Spartanburg County, and the namesake of our Honor Society; we are the Kate Barry Chapter. Mrs. Ingle has written several books for middle school aged children on […]
Sean Miller ’17 has been selected to participate in the North/South All-Star Golf Matches which will take place at the Litchfield Country Club May 19-21. The North/South All-Star Golf Matches will include the top senior golfers in the Upper State against the top senior golfers in the Lower State. In the past, this event has featured a number of golfers […]