Mar
3

6TH GRADE BOYS CRUISE TO CHAMPIONSHIP

The SJCS 6th Grade boys basketball team won its 10th game in a row Tuesday, and the victory came with a bonus — the Carolina Middle School Conference 6th Grade basketball tournament championship. With eight players scoring, the balanced Knights rolled to a 37-21 victory over visiting Langston Charter to earn the title. Langston scored […]

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Mar
3

6TH GRADE GIRLS DEFEAT BOB JONES TO WIN TITLE

St. Joe’s defeated visiting Bob Jones Academy 20-8 Tuesday to win the Carolina Middle School Conference 6th Grade girls basketball tournament championship. The Knights were sparked by the ball handling and passing of Lily Del Collo, who continually hit open teammates. Most often she found Cason McCall or Emma Stewart, each of whom scored eight […]

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Mar
3

7TH-GRADER GOES ABOVE, BEYOND WITH DRAWINGS

In Mr. Frank Kucinic’s 7th Grade Religion class, students have been taking an in-depth look into Jesus’ life, message and activity through the four New Testament narratives: the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. “When I was looking through my new Word on Fire Bible from Bishop Barron, I was looking for information on […]

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Mar
2

6TH GRADE GIRLS, BOYS ADVANCE TO FINALS

It’s Championship Tuesday at St. Joseph’s Catholic School. The SJCS girls and boys advanced to the championship games of the Carolina Middle School Conference 6th Grade Basketball League Tournaments with victories at home Monday, setting up today’s finals, which will also be at St. Joe’s. The SJCS girls defeated Our Lady of the Rosary 22-14, […]

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Mar
1

MED SCHOOL DEAN GIVES TALK TO SJCS STUDENTS

Dr. Matthew Cannon, the Dean of the VCOM-Carolinas Campus Medical School in Spartanburg, gave a talk to several SJCS students on Wednesday, February 24. SJCS Science Department Chair Mr. Ryan Koon said Dr. Cannon, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and a St. Joseph’s parent, “reached out to us about wanting to give our students opportunities.” […]

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Feb
26

6TH GRADE BOYS RECORD EIGHTH STRAIGHT WIN

The SJCS 6th Grade boys built a big first-half lead and went on to a 31-18 win over visiting Bob Jones Academy on Thursday. It was the eighth victory in a row for the Knights, who improved to 8-1. Jack Stewart scored eight points for St. Joe’s, which led 19-4 at halftime and 29-6 after […]

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Feb
26

DREXEL HOUSE HONORS ST. KATHARINE DREXEL

The Drexel House celebrated its namesake, Saint Katharine Drexel on Monday, February 22. We will not be in school on her actual feast day, March 3, but February 22 is the first day of her novena. On that day, the Middle School students in Drexel Households ate Chick-fil-A biscuits during lunch and then played dodgeball. […]

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Feb
25

’20 GRAD STARTS CLOTHING COMPANY AT SYRACUSE

Peter Permanente, a 2020 SJCS graduate, didn’t wait long to make the most of his time outside of the classroom at Syracuse University. Soon after becoming roommates, Peter and Aidan Turner started a clothing company called Grater Things. Peter, who was a member of three state championship swim teams at St. Joe’s, is a computer […]

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Feb
25

BOYS GOLF, BASEBALL TEAMS WIN SCRIMMAGES

The SJCS boys golf team got off to a great start Wednesday by defeating Brashier Middle College 174-189 in a home scrimmage at The Preserve. The Knights’ Joey Clary and C.J. Sahlman both shot 42 to share medalist honors, and Henry Hall was one back at 43. On Monday, Clary will lead the Knights off […]

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