Let me take this opportunity to report on our forward progress since July 2021 and share our areas of focus for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year
St. Joseph High School is an independent Catholic college preparatory community that educates and motivates young women and men to live purposeful lives as ethical leaders committed to the common good of all.
Seek Out Your Talents
St. Joes students discover their potential and find their calling by exploring a remarkable array of opportunities in academics, athletics, clubs, activities, and service. This access to unmatched experiences helps Cadets become their best selves and make their mark on our world.
AP & Early College
Athletic Sports Teams
in Clubs or Athletics
Hours of Community Service Performed Annually
Strive for Greatness
Cadets never settle for the status quo. At St. Joseph High School, students prepare to meet the challenges of the collegiate world by continuously setting higher goals and advancing their skills. They embrace the aspirational academics that provide a competitive edge for college admission.
On Saturday, July 2, St. Joes was so proud to host our 3rd annual Tyler Matakevich Football Clinic for students in grades 5-8.
Gatorade today announced Mary Lundregan is the 2021-22 Gatorade Connecticut Girls Soccer Player of the Year. Lundregan is the fifth Gatorade Connecticut Girls Soccer Player of the Year to be chosen from St. Joseph High School.
On Saturday, June 4, St. Joseph High School graduated 186 members of the Class of 2022!
Congratulations to the 64 Juniors who were inducted into the National Honor Society on May 17, 2022
St. Joseph High School is proud to to announce the appointment of Jeff Bernardi as our new Head Boys Basketball Coach!
To say that we’ve been happy with our decision to send our son to St. Joes would be an understatement. We have put our full trust in the SJ institution and it has benefited our family as a whole quite significantly. Chris’ experience would not have been duplicated elsewhere.” Kathy Kiley, Parent of Chris Kiley ‘21
As a St. Joes Cadet, students are part of a faith-based community that, no matter their religious beliefs, helps them mature spiritually and in service to others. Here, our students develop a lifelong love of serving those in need and giving generously with their time, talents, and unique gifts.
In July, students took time from their summer vacations to volunteer for our Backpack Service Day!
Jason Lambert ’23 Organized his 3rd Annual Neighborhood Food Drive Last Thanksgiving.
Grace DeDonato and Kayleigh Carson both volunteered with TEAM Inc, CT in May, unloading pallets of food and sorting them for 5 local pantries.
Thrive with Confidence
At St. Joseph High School, students build an ethical foundation for success that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives and as they forge their own futures. As our Cadets embark on the path of their own choosing, they take with them the support and shared values of the entire St. Joes community.