Mar
16

SJCS VIRTUAL DAY INSTRUCTIONS

Good afternoon, There was a generous and supportive spirit among the students and parents who visited campus today, and St. Joseph’s is in good shape as we head into the next few weeks. The well-being of our entire community is our chief concern, and know that we will be praying for all of you. Likewise, […]

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Mar
16

COVID-19 UPDATE: SJCS SUSPENDING REGULAR CLASSES MARCH 16-31

Dear St. Joseph’s Catholic School Families, This letter is to inform you that we are suspending regular classes beginning Monday, March 16th through March 31st per Governor McMaster’s order this afternoon. We will use Monday as a day of preparation for transitioning to online teaching, which will begin on Tuesday, March 17th. The school building […]

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Mar
16

ROUNDUP: SJCS MS BASEBALL TEAM RALLIES FOR VICTORY

The SJCS middle school baseball team scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning Friday to rally for a 6-2 victory over the visiting Upstate Eagles. With the Knights trailing 2-1 entering their half of the sixth, Miller Babcock led off with a walk. Brayden Renfrow doubled, and Sam Utecht was hit by […]

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Mar
12

ROUNDUP: BOYS TENNIS, SOFTBALL TEAMS IMPROVE TO 2-0

The SJCS varsity boys tennis team hosted Class 5A Riverside Wednesday and battled past the Warriors, 4-3. Nick Loudermilk (6-3, 6-0 at No. 1), Patrick Reese (6-2, 6-4 at No. 2) and Matthew Jacques (5-7, 7-5, 10-2 at No. 4) posted singles victories for the Knights, and Loudermilk and Reese clinched the win with a […]

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Mar
11

THE WINNER OF THE SJCS CAMEO CONTEST IS … KARL ORBON

Thank you to all who contributed to the Cameo Contest, which served as a fundraising event for the Jubilate Arts Guild. The winner of the cameo appearance in “High School Musical” is … Mr. Orbon! The SJCS Fine Arts Department’s production of “High School Musical” will be April 2-5. Ticket sales will be open to […]

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Mar
10

BIG FIRST INNING HELPS KNIGHTS ROLL IN SOFTBALL OPENER

The SJCS softball team scored 12 runs in the first inning, and the Knights cruised to a 20-3 victory over visiting Eastside in their season opener on Monday. Kendall Harvey was the winning pitcher for St. Joe’s, and Julie Slaughter delivered an inside-the-park grand slam. Maggie Olewiler made two nice catches in center field to […]

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Mar
4

MARGARET ANN MOON MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP

MARGARET ANN MOON MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP For Families Who Believe That a Catholic School Education Is Financially Out of Reach Margaret Ann Moon (1953-2014), a lifelong Catholic, was one of nine Founders of St. Joseph’s Catholic School. She served as Founding Board Chair from 1993-2012 and dedicated her life’s work to advocating for Catholic education. […]

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Mar
3

MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHEDULE ADDS TO MINIMESTER EXPERIENCE

Mrs. Susie Benkert is preparing to deliver invitations by Owl Post to those who will be attending Harry Potter’s World Wednesday and Thursday this week during SJCS Middle School Minimester. Professor Benkert and Professor (Lisa) Shapiro will be ready and waiting for those students. Other students will have numerous choices during the annual Minimester, which […]

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Mar
3

SJCS BOYS LACROSSE TEAM DEFEATS WADE HAMPTON

Sami Nassif scored six goals, and the SJCS boys lacrosse team earned its first victory of the season by defeating visiting Wade Hampton 9-5 on Monday night. The Knights (1-2) scored four consecutive goals after the Generals had tied the score at 5-5 early in the fourth quarter. Mac McCauley scooped up a rebound off […]

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