St. Joseph’s Boys Track and Field was featured in the Greenville News following the Greenville County Track and Field Championships after they claim victory in the 4×800-meter relay for the second year in a row. See excerpt below and follow the link to read the full story: One of the great things about countywide events is the opportunity for athletes from […]
Continuing their historic undefeated season, Boys Varsity Tennis claims the victory over JL Mann 6-0 in the first-ever match played against our near neighboring school. “Our guys played very well in some rough, windy conditions. Mann is having a really good season and has a solid team,” says Coach Kevin Meyer. Going into this match, JL Mann tennis was 12-1 […]
St. Joe’s has no lack of motivated students, but the Middle School Agape group is raising the bar. This Friday morning at 7:00 AM, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders filled the Meeting Room to gather with their friends for a common purpose – to be a mutual encouragement for each other as they strive to live their faith as Middle […]
Congratulations to the four seniors who committed to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level! Brandon Bennett Jr. will participate on the Track and Field team next year at Limestone College, Emily Lotts will play volleyball for Columbia College, G Hazelhurst will play golf for Erskine College, and Christian Castillo will play lacrosse for Queens University of Charlotte. […]
“Our graduates are destined to change the world.” Most St. Joe’s families have heard this quote from our late founding Board Chair, Margaret Ann Moon. Drew Lyons from the Class of 2018 was recently featured in the Greenville Journal, and hopes to do just that. Read Full Story Article Excerpt: “Success is measured by how hard you work for it. […]
St. Joseph’s Varsity Boys Tennis have been a force to be reckoned with this season. With a perfect 6-0 record, the Knights have been dominant on the court, decisively defeating each regional powerhouse school, including two victories over the defending state champs CCES. Tuesday, April 10, the Knights defeated Southside Christian 6-1. Coach Kevin Meyer says “There were some great […]
The On-Campus Mills Uniform Sales Event Monday, April, 16th. Mills Uniform Company will be on campus for a Mobile Store Event in our gym. They will bring a fully-stocked Mobile Store directly to our campus, complete with Mills staff, sizing specialists, portable fitting rooms, and a full-selection of garments for try on and purchase. The hours will be from 10am-6pm […]
Join us for a magical evening of celebration and support the St. Joseph’s Annual Fund! All proceeds fund tuition assistance, academic programs, athletics, fine arts, campus ministry, student life, and more.
Congratulations to SJCS rising ninth graders Mia Kim and Zana Norton, who were recently selected as the recipients of the St. Joseph’s Scholar Award. This merit-based scholarship, awarded annually to two incoming freshmen, recognizes academic excellence and covers one-half of high school tuition. Both girls are current eighth graders at SJCS.
During this Lenten season, the students of St. Joseph’s have taken many opportunities to engage more fully in their faith, both Catholic and non-Catholic students alike, beginning with all-school Mass on Ash Wednesday. Each Friday during Lent, several teachers including Mr. Karl Orbon and Mrs. Lynn Connelly, take their classes to the chapel or the John Paul II Center […]
The next issue of the student newspaper, The Knightly News, is now available! Please see the entire issue by clicking the preview below.
Congratulations to Andrew Lyons and Carson McAbee who were named National Merit Finalists and ranked in the top one percent of the nation’s high school students, and Anna Catalina Lindstrom who was named National Merit Semifinalist. The National Merit Scholarship Program, a privately financed academic competition for recognition and scholarships, bases its awards on high school student results on the PSAT. Congratulations to seniors Christian Castillo, Dominic Mosley, […]
On Thursday, March 15, St. Joseph’s band students participated in the South Carolina Independent Schools Association (SCISA) Annual Music Festival. The spring Music Festival involves over 1,100 talented students from SCISA member schools. St. Joseph’s entered 2 groups in the Large Instrumental category. The 6th grade band with twenty-nine student members and the audition only Festival Band consisting of forty-five […]
The Catholic Education Foundation hosted its 28th annual Salute to Catholic School Alumni Dinner at the Galt House Hotel on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. The Salute honored six graduates of Catholic schools who have had an impact on the community. Among this list of honorees was our own Barbara McGrath, one of the original founders of St. Joseph’s who currently serves […]
We are pleased to welcome Mr. Eric Nash to St. Joseph’s as our upcoming Athletic Director! Coach Nash will be starting in June following the retirement of our own RJ Beach. Coach Nash is coming to us from a very successful career with the Wofford College football program, where he has served for fifteen years as the offensive line coach […]
St. Joseph’s Catholic School held a student-led service at 10:00 AM to stand against violence in schools and show solidarity with the victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The entire student body was present in the athletic stadium, along with the faculty and staff. “We wanted to join this national moment in a safe and powerful way […]
Purchase Tickets Tickets are on sale for the spring musical, Little Women: The Broadway Musical! Performances will be March 22-25. Thursday, March 22 @ 7:00 (Preview Performance, discounted price) Friday, March 23 @ 7:00 Saturday, March 24 @ 7:00 Sunday, March 25 @ 3:00 Based on the classic novel of the same name, journey into the lives of the March family. The bonds of sisterhood run deep as the wild stories […]
St. Joseph’s Track and Field teams performed extremely well at prestigious Chick-fil-a Invitational at Eastside on Saturday, March 10th! Annika Bissinger set the new Meet record of 2:19.69 with a win in the Girls 800 Meter Run, besting her own previous Meet record of 2:28.73 set in 2015. Ava Dobson, in her first year running track, set the new Meet record […]
Senior golfer Ben Loudermilk posted a 37 to tie for medalist honors Monday in a tri-match at the Preserve at Verdae. The Knights (3-2) narrowly lost to Christ Church 166-167. Landrum posted a 215 total. Junior Ryan Gorman fired a 40 while senior Greg Hazelhurst and eighth-grader Joey Clary shot 45. Carly Lyvers had a 47 and CJ Sahlman a […]
Every year, the typical schedule here gets turned upside for a week to allow for a time of special exploration and discovery. Minimester allows the students to explore topics outside the classroom in a unique way, and also gives the faculty an opportunity to share their diverse interests. Last week, Minimester 2018 brought a fantastic offering of special courses for […]
Twenty-five years ago, in August of 1993, the founders of St. Joseph’s Catholic School took a leap of faith and opened with only 13 students enrolled (all 9th graders) and a mere $800 in the bank. On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018, our school community threw a big party to celebrate 25 years of providing Catholic high school education in the […]
It’s been tremendously exciting over the past several months to watch the UKnight building go up on campus! This new addition connects the academic building to the gymnasium and provides two new science laboratories, flexible meeting and classroom space, four new locker rooms, and athletic department offices. From the beam signing by the senior class at the beginning of the school year […]
Last weekend, fourteen of our students represented St. Joseph’s at the Palmetto Dramatic Association/SC Thespian State Festival, celebrating educational theatre with twenty-five high schools from South Carolina. Of the Individual Events that the students presented, the following received a “Superior” rating by the judges and were selected to advanced to compete with students from across the country at the International […]
Most Friday mornings at St. Joe’s, you can find a group of students on campus bright and early, well ahead of their classmates. These students are part of the Campus Ministry group called Agape, and they gather for food, fellowship, and to grow in the their faith together. This morning, about 40 middle schoolers gathered to eat, pray, and hear […]
Louis and Sissy Beck share their experiences from the early days of St. Joseph’s and their joy of the watching our growth over the last twenty-five years.
St. Joseph’s was pleased to host the Maîtrise des Chartreux from Lyon, France, a boys choir on tour in the United States. The boys performed in the John Paul II Center during the school day on February 12th and afterwards answered questions about their studies, travels, performance schedule, and a few fun things like their scarves and if they had tried […]