60 & Beyond: Planning Our Future

  • planning Saint Joseph High School has repositioned itself to celebrate a future filled with a vibrant curriculum, an increasing enrollment, and additional resources to provide financial assistance for our families.  As you review the elements of our planning document, please consider investing in our young women and men.


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  • Chargers present research findings on college campus (read more)

    Eight Saint Joseph High School students recently presented their findings and reflections on the progress of equity in women’s rights, civil rights, and education as part of an online dual-credit American history course offered through Benedictine University. As one of the course requirements, the Chargers on March 3 went to

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  • "What do we have here?" (read more)

    Whenever he’s back in town, Andy Pacejka visits his alma mater. The 1987 graduate of St. Joseph High School is never too busy to share with the Chargers his latest experiences as a forensic science manager for the identification section of the Utah Bureau of Forensic Services. In what better place to share his passion than the crime scene investigation class? “I always look forward

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    St. Joseph High School has cancelled all of its classes and extracurricular activities until further notice. Please follow all recommendations and requirements by state and local governments concerning COVID-19. We look forward to your return to campus in the near future!

    Students experiencing technical problems with their device during eLearning activites should contact the help desk at St. Joes. 

    Please note that all athletic contests have been cancelled through April 13th. More information will be posted when available.

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