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High School

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Situated on a 36-acre campus centrally located in Greenville County, St. Joseph’s Catholic School provides a rigorous liberal arts curriculum with challenging college-preparatory, honors, and Advanced Placement classes utilizing co-educational instruction.  The school’s spiritual environment, rooted in the teachings of the Catholic Church, helps to create a joyful, Christ-centered school in which students can learn and grow. St. Joseph’s also offers more than 100 co-curricular activities, including athletics and fine arts, as well as academic, leadership, service, and personal enrichment clubs and organizations.

22 Honors Classes & 13 Advanced Placement® Classes


40,000 Community Service Hours Completed by High School Students

60 National Merit Commended Scholars & 57 Semifinalists / Finalists

65 AP Scholars with Distinction

Core Curriculum






World Languages

Fine Arts

Physical Education

Computer Science

AP Capstone Program

College Board's AP Capstone Program, comprising of AP Seminar and AP Research, supplements the 12-course AP program. It fosters cross-disciplinary learning, and hones analysis, teamwork, and evidence-based argumentation skills, culminating in students' proficiency in independent research.

Students who receive a passing score of 3 or higher on both the AP Seminar and AP Research portfolios will be eligible to receive an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.  Those who receive an AP Seminar and Research certificate while also receiving a passing score of 3 or higher on four additional AP exams will be eligible to receive an AP Diploma.  For more information visit the College Board website.

Saint Joseph's graduates attend some of the top colleges and universities.


Beginning in the 9th grade, Knights begin to prepare for the college admissions process.


Upcoming Events

Steven Jones

Director of High School