A Life-Long Love of learning
The goal of every course at St Joes is to challenge our students - challenge them to grow academically; to develop spiritually; to immerse themselves socially. Throughout their years at St Joes, our students become problem solvers, creative thinkers, language afficionados, art lovers, and life-long learners.
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Focusing on developing real-world business acumen, entrepreneurial readiness and innovative skills in students.
health & wellness
Educating the whole student, spiritually, academically and physically.
Promoting informed citizenship and an introducion to a process of investigation and analysis centered on social issues.
Educating the whole student through the teaching of language, grammar, and culture.
Presenting our students with a challenging curriculum that focuses on reading, writing, and critical thinking skills.
Offering a learning environment that fosters analytical thinking, logical reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
technology & innovation
Fostering the ability to critically think, analyze, explore, and create using project and inquiry based learning.
Exposing students to the arts allows them to develop self-expression through visual, aural, and performance mediums.
Preparing students for life in a technologically advancing society and the importance of science in everyday life.
Articulating the Faith and developing a closer relationship with God while manifesting the Gospel values in life.
academic fast facts & Resources
Bring Your Own Device Policy
We understanding that every student uses technology differently. St Joes has adopted a BYOD policy - every student is required to have a preferred device designated for learning each day.
12:1 faculty to student ratio ensures that our students get the attention and support they need to reach their highest potential.
62+ Early College, AP, and Online AP Courses ensures that our students are prepared to excel and succeed when they enter college.
250+ AP Exams were administered in the Spring 2021.
10 Honor Societies (5 National), including Art, Chinese, English, French, Italian, Mandarin, Math, Music, Spanish, Theatre, and National Honor Society.
100% college and university acceptance. The Class of 2021 attracted $20 million in college scholarships.
Dual Enrollment Courses are offered in International Relations, World Religions, and Entrepreneurship through the University of Connecticut, Sacred Heart University, and the University of Iowa.
Francis Xavier International Scholars engage in a minimum of two travel and immersion experiences and complete requisite courses in addition to world language study.
FUTURES Program participants are given an opportunity to explore their career interests through an internship in a field of interest.
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