Class of 2020 Population: 102
Classes of 2019 Test Results
SAT Results: Mid-50% Range (Mean)
Critical Reading: 590-690 (642)
Math: 540-695 (620)
Composite: 1140-1400 (1262)
ACT Results: Mid-50% Range (Mean)
English: 24-33 (27.8)
Math: 23-28 (25.6)
Reading: 25-33 (28.4)
Science Reasoning: 23-29 (26.3)
Composite: 24-30 (26.7)
Students are admitted into AP courses based on grades in prerequisite courses,
teacher recommendations, and PSAT scores. All students enrolled in AP courses
are required to take the AP exams. During 2019:
Students tested: 148
Tests taken: 267
A score of 3 or above was earned on 86% of AP exams taken.
School of Excellence
The Cardinal Newman Society again recognized St. Joseph’s as a Catholic Education Honor Roll School of Excellence in Fall 2017. Honor Roll schools are marked by the integration of Catholic identity throughout all aspects of their programs, as well as excellence in academics.
College Acceptance and Scholarship
Traditionally, all graduates attend college with the majority entering four-year
institutions. The 109 members of the Class of 2019 had 98% entering four-year
institutions and 2% entering two-year institutions. They received acceptances
from 123 different colleges and universities in 28 states, and attended 36
different colleges in 17 states.
Ninety-nine percent of the Class of 2019 received at least one merit-based
scholarship, totaling 20.5 million dollars in merit-based scholarships earned.
Thirteen members of the Class of 2019 committed to continue their athletic
careers in college. In the school’s ninth year of competition in the SC High School
League, its teams earned five state titles, and one team was state runner-up. In
addition, SJCS was awarded the 2A Carlisle Cup by the SC Athletic Administrators
Association (for outstanding excellence in its athletic program).
National Merit Scholarship Competition
The Class of 2019 had two Finalists, and two Commended Scholars. Since the
school’s inception, there have been fifty-one Finalists/Semifinalists, fifty-four
Commended, six National Achievement Scholars, and two National Hispanic