Nov
23

SJCS GRAD INTERNS FOR CATHOLIC CENTER IN DC

Brynn Reese, a 2018 SJCS graduate, is a junior studying politics and business management at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She is an intern at the Catholic Apostolate Center where she collaborates on podcast analytics and video editing. The following is a blog about Christ-centered collaboration that Brynn wrote as part of her internship: https://www.catholicapostolatecenter.org/blog/christ-centered-collaboration?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-cathapostlectr&utm_content=later-11947338&utm_medium=social&utm_source=instagram

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Nov
23

HAPPY VIRTUAL GRANDPARENTS AND FRIENDS DAY!

Happy Grandparents & Friends Day! Most of our Grandparents received this email. In the event they did not, please feel free to pass on this link to them: https://mailchi.mp/781bb80a3da3/sjcs-happy-grandparents-friends-day  

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Nov
19

SJCS SENIOR ISHAN LAL ADDRESSES VIRTUAL YIG

SJCS senior Ishan Lal, elected Governor a year ago, addressed the virtual SC Youth in Government conference Wednesday night. “Leave the fabric of our country stronger than we found it,” he said. “Pay it forward.” You can listen to Ishan’s speech by clicking below. The following SJCS students also hold 2020-2021 YIG positions of leadership: […]

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Nov
17

SJCS GRAD’S FAMILY BUILDS DISNEY-LIKE ROLLER COASTER

The family of 2012 SJCS graduate Emily LaRochelle (nee Norton) has made national headlines lately, not to mention news all over California’s Napa Valley. Emily’s husband, Sean LaRochelle, and Sean’s brother, Michael, spearheaded an unusual family project — they built a roller coaster inspired by Disneyland’s Matterhorn. Click HERE for a story in the Napa […]

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Nov
17

TICKETS FOR VIRTUAL SJCS FALL PLAY ON SALE NOW

As we move into our remote learning in the classroom this week, the SJCS High School Theatre students have also quickly readjusted to the virtual performance world! Throughout the semester, they have embraced their biggest artistic challenge of 2020 – devising an original theatrical production with masked, distanced staging! Now, these student-written plays will be […]

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Nov
16

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS GIVES TO SJCS

The state chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians donated $500 to St. Joseph’s Catholic School, and the Order’s local chapter donated an additional $250 to the school. Thank you so much to the Ancient Order of Hibernians! St. Joseph’s appreciates your generosity!!

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Nov
16

SJCS STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO NATIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES HONOR SOCIETY

The Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society is an honor society for the recognition of achievement and excellence in the discipline of social studies at the high school level. This society is open to juniors and seniors who meet the entrance criteria. The SJCS chapter actually predates the national organization, and in the spring […]

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Nov
15

KNIGHTS FALL SHORT IN FIRST-ROUND GAME

The SJCS football team stayed close early, but Gray Collegiate Academy pulled away and defeated the visiting Knights 47-22 in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs Friday night. The eighth-ranked Knights ended another highly successful season with a record of 6-2. They’re 16-4 over the past two seasons. Undefeated and second-ranked Gray Collegiate […]

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Nov
13

KNIGHTS TAKE ON GRAY COLLEGIATE IN 1ST ROUND

The SJCS Varsity football team will play on the road tonight against Gray Collegiate Academy in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. Coach Jon Wheeler’s Knights, 6-1 and No. 8 in the state, finished second in Region 2. Gray Collegiate, 6-0 and No. 2, was the champion in Region 3. The game will […]

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