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.

     

    Click here to view Mission, Vision, and Planning Document

     

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  • WELCOME BACK Faculty & Staff
    Retreat & Inservice
    Monday and Tuesday, August 17 & 18

    WELCOME CLASS OF 2024!
    Freshman Orientation
    Wednesday & Thursday, August 19 & 20 8:00 a.m. to Noon

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    Friday, August 21, 8:00 a.m. to Noon

    WE MISS YOU!

    ACT TEST

    St. Joseph High School will not be hosting the ACT during the month of August. 
    For more information refer to www.actstudents.org

     

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In the News....

  • Alum Heart Surgeon Branches Out (cick to read more)

    As early as his second year in college, Tej M. Singh (far left), St. Joseph High School Class of ’85, had an idea for a groundbreaking device. “I was interested early on in hemodynamic changes, how blood travels through veins and arteries. There were sufficient challenges to locate access points in veins to

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  • Journey in Media Leads to Found Passion (read more)

    Frank Capra, Bugs Bunny, and robots. Connecting these disparate dots leads to Gene Koprowski, Saint Joseph High School Class of 1983. For him, they would all make great subjects for documentaries. Having already won a PBS Telly Award for his production “The Frank Capra Story: It’s A Wonderful Life,” Koprowski, who lived in Westchester while attending St. Joes...

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  • This Job is for the Birds! (read more)

    While at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he majored in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Michael Baranski, Saint Joseph High School Class of ’95 and recent inductee into the school’s Sports Hall of Fame, had priorities...

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  • Two graduates create innovative medical device (read more)

    There’s always been a strong relationship between technology and health care. Before the internet arrived, the technology rested primarily in a hospital or at a doctor’s office. With online resources, however, an individual might research symptoms or locate doctors and treatment centers. With the proliferation...

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