The Together for Greenville Color Run has been postponed due to rain! Stay tuned for details on a reschedule date!
On January 10th, our students will have a opportunity to sit down with SJCS alumni and hear about the career paths they are pursuing during the kickoff event for the Technology & Engineering Experience – a SJCS initiative to provide our students with fresh insights and personal interaction with careers in these fields. The alumni panel on January 10th will be […]
Varsity Girls Golf (1st in Region, 5th in State) All-Region- Emma Curran, Kaitlyn Dumit, Carleigh Noonan Co-Region Coach of the Year – Mark Matlock Team Awards MVP – Carly Lyvers MIP – Emma Curran Varsity Girls Volleyball (1st in Region, 1st in State) Co-Region Player of the Year- Allison Whitten All-Region- Leah Saunders, Kaely Thompson, Allison Whitten AA Player of […]
The middle school girl’s household the MidKnight Riders got in the Christmas spirit early in November! Household mom Emily Getz put the girls in touch with the needs of a local 10 year old girl, who they immediately decided to adopt for Christmas. The girls shopped from her Christmas wish list and spent time together wrapping gifts while listening to […]
Wednesday December 7, the Middle School Beta Club will be holding a charity run/walk for the Make A Wish Foundation. In 2016, Make A Wish South Carolina was able to grant 180 wishes to children suffering with life threatening illnesses, right here in South Carolina. There are currently 226 children waiting for their wishes to be granted. Please join […]
This past Monday on the last day of Thanksgiving Break, Shawna Fesler and the ladies of the Comadres joined together at the Hyatt downtown Greenville to represent SJCS in the St. Francis Festival of Trees. You did great work ladies!
St. Joseph’s 8th grade students Kimsey Fiddie, Noelle Shorter, and Garrett VanEvera were selected to participate in the Limestone College Middle School Honor Band Clinic November 17-19. During the three day clinic, students received instruction provided by top-quality clinicians and the opportunity to perform alongside highly talented students from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Congratulations on this honor, and keep […]
Middle School “Bring A Friend To School” Day January 13, 2017 VISITOR INFORMATION FOR PARENTS Registration closed Friday, January 6, 2017 Would your son or daughter like to see what life is like at St. Joe’s? Students currently in grades 5-7 are encouraged to visit our middle school for a half day of classes and lunch on January 13th. While Greenville […]
The Science Department hosted their annual St. Albert the Great Middle School Science Fair on November 16 in celebration of its namesake, a Doctor of the Church and Patron of Scientists. The afternoon was open for family viewing as eighth graders presented their science fair projects, seventh grade students presented their inventions, and sixth graders presented projects demonstrating scientific concepts.The […]
SJCS Wrestler Ethan Hammond participated in the Hillcrest Wrestling Tournament this weekend. Ethan dominated his weight class with an 18-0 Technical Fall and 2 Pins to win 1st place. Congratulations Ethan!
Didn’t get to hear the testimonials at Open House on November 13, 2016? Not to worry! See the videos below to hear from one of our current 6th graders, a member of the senior class, an alumni you might recognize, and one of our parents! Visit our YouTube channel to see more on the SJCS community. Mark your calendars […]
The Lady Knights Varsity Volleyball team defeated Academic Magnet High School in three straight games by scores of 25-9, 25-4, and 25-6 to win the Class AA State Championship! The following girls received honors this year: Kaely Thompson– All Region, All State, All Stars; Allison Whitten– All Region, All State, Co-region Player of the Year and AA Player of the […]
Our middle school STEM Scouts have been very active this year! Recently, they have taken two field trips. The first trip was to CU-ICAR, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research, an advanced technology research campus for the automotive industry. While at CU-ICAR, our students participated in the Deep Orange Challenge. Working in teams, our students designed a vehicle concept based […]
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, five St. Joseph’s seniors, Breanna Anderson, Kathleen Browne, Christian Gillespy, Kevondrea Haynes, and Drew Luzzatti, attended the Atlantic Institute’s Future Leader’s Dialog Dinner at Furman University. Their table was sponsored by the school’s chapter of National Social Studies Honor Society, and the students were selected as recognized student leaders at St. Joseph’s. After a round-table discussion on topics relating […]
Congratulations to seniors Jack Culumovic, Ford McCoy, Sean Miller and Sydney Richardson on signing for collegiate level sports on November 9. Jack will be playing baseball at the College of Charleston. Ford will compete in both cross country and track for Wofford. Sean and Sydney will be playing for Belmont Abbey in men’s golf and softball, respectively.
Senior Micah Banks has been named one of the Top 5 Seniors in the AA by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association at their annual preseason banquet on November 16, 2016. Congratulations and good luck to our Varsity Basketball team for the upcoming season!
On Thursday, October 27, 2016, the St. Joseph’s Middle School Math Competition Team travelled to Sumter, South Carolina to compete in the SCISA Middle School Math Meet. There were 29 teams, representing 16 schools, and St. Joseph’s had 2 teams competing. Students representing St. Joseph’s were Isabella Adams, Everett Babcock, Baxter Barrett, Sandon Brown, Samuel Dobson, Jessica Gerac, Sara Gushue, […]
Congratulations to the fifty-three SJCS seventh graders, representing 68% of their class, who qualified for participation in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP): Isabella Adams, Benjamin Anderson, Julia Arnett, Everett Babcock, Bryn Bissinger, Averi Brice, Edward Brierton, Sandon Brown, Katie Byrne, Christian Cancello, Allison Cerino, Joseph Clary, Charlie Covington, Andrew Cuppett, Madeline Duwe, Anna Evancho, Juan Carlos Garcia, Jalen […]
2016 AP Pass Rates The College Guidance Office recently reported that SJCS students scored an 84% pass rate on Advanced Placement (AP) exams completed this past spring. Of the 253 AP exams taken, SJCS students scored a “3” or better on 212 of the exams. A score of “4” was earned on 67 of the exams, while a score of […]
Congratulations to all of our students who made the First Quarter Honor Roll! We are proud of your hard work and dedication. View Honor Roll Roster
Nationally-touring R&B/soul/pop/ a cappella group, Ball in the House, will be visiting St. Joseph’s for a performance on Saturday, November 19. Based out of Boston, MA, this five member vocal performance group covers a variety of current and classic popular songs. This performance will also feature the SJCS High School Chorus. More information on Ball in the House can be […]
On Saturday, the Lady Knights volleyball team played, for the first time, in the Class AA state championship match at Dutch Fork High School and easily defeated Academic Magnet High School 25-9, 25-4, 25-6. This is the sixth straight state championship for Coach Jan Carino and the team. Click below for more coverage on the match from the Greenville News: […]
The South Carolina Coaches Association of Women’s Sports has named Allison Whitten ’18 as their SCHSL Class AA Volleyball Player of the Year! Congratulations Allison!
The Lady Knights Volleyball team continued their run to the State Finals by going to Keshaw last night and defeating North Central High School 25-17, 25-13, 25-18. They will face Academic Magnet High School out of Charleston for the State Championship on Saturday at Dutch Fork HS at 12:30. The Lady Knights tennis team lost to Christ Church yesterday in […]
On Saturday, at the Clemson Sandhills Research Center in Columbia, our girls and boys cross country teams competed in the SCHSL Class AA state championships. Both teams ran incredible well and both came home as State Champions! The girls started the afternoon with a team score of 42 points which was 12 points better than runner-up Greer Middle College Charter. […]
We are thrilled to report that we have exceeded the $2.5 million UKnight Campaign goal ahead of our deadline! As of October 24th, we have received 208 pledges totaling $2,536,935.00. Just as encouraging are the grade-level participation numbers which are steadily rising and have exceeded 30% in three grades. A hearty thank you to all of you who have helped make the campaign […]