CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2027!
Welcome to your Accepted Student Website - your resource for all Class of 2027 news and events! Scroll down to access event registration, quick links, and important enrollment information designed just for you. We know you may have questions as you finalize your high school choice so please don't hesitate to contact our admissions team for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click below to view a special congratulatory message from your future classmates!
"At St. Joes, you won't limit yourself to any one thing. You'll be part of a community that will embrace you for who you are and who you're working to become."
CELEBRATIONS & EVENTS
Join us to celebrate your acceptance, learn more about enrolling at SJ, or attend an extracurricular activity on campus!
Enrollment Information Session
Join the admissions team on Wednesday, January 11 from 6:30-7:30pm via zoom for a conversation to tackle the planning logistics of St. Joseph High School enrollment including:
- Planning Your Tuition Investment
- Course Placement
- Freshman Orientation and more!
No need to RSVP - all accepted student parents will be sent a zoom link! This presentation is specifically designed for parents and guardians.
Unable to attend? No problem! We will email minutes from this meeting on Thursday, January 12.
Accepted Student Night
Don't miss our Accepted Student Night celebration on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 from 6:30-8:30pm on Campus. This event is designed for both Future Cadets and Parents! We can’t wait to get to know you better and connect you to new friends and your new school community!
Please RSVP below to allow us to plan appropriately for your arrival!
Use Your All Access Pass!
The best way to discover St. Joes is to see our school in action! Use your All Access Pass as a ticket for you and one adult to attend an event free of charge such as:
- Any one home athletic meet, game or match in the winter or spring season. Click here to view our team schedules.
- Drama Club’s Spring Musical - April 27, 28, or 29. Click here to learn more about past productions.
- Spring Concert and Fine Arts Night on May 18. Click here to view our Fine Arts course offerings.
Here you'll be challenged, encouraged, inspired and supported. This is your chance to meet new people, make new friends and learn alongside students who will push and uplift you throughout all four years.
Ready to become a Cadet? Enroll today!
When I came for a visit at St. Joes, I watched how students treated one another and their teachers. The faculty were kind, approachable and welcoming while the students were respectful, dedicated and open. I knew this was a community I wanted to be a part of.” Bella jakab '24
Click here for a printable guide to your St. Joseph High School tuition investment and payment plans!
There's a reason we say St. Joes Cadets are on a Mission for More.
It’s because here, students are always striving forward. They’re eager to discover new talents and expand their existing passions. They’re determined to reach the high academic goals they’ve set for themselves. And they’re ready to serve something greater — their community, their faith, and the larger world.
Freshman Course Placement
Freshman course placement at St. Joseph High School is based on holistic application review (transcripts, exam score, recommendations, etc.). Dynamic placement is implemented for each student. This means students are placed in college preparatory and honors courses according to their individual qualifications.
St. Joseph High School does not adhere to course "tracks" (i.e. Honors Program, College Prep Program). All students are placed according to their aptitude during their time at St. Joes. This course placement process allows students to differentiate their courses according to their future goals while ensuring each student has an equal opportunity for appropriate challenge. Students are also given the opportunity to change course levels each year with appropriate credentials.
Freshman students will receive their course draft at May Orientation.
For specific questions about your student's course placement, contact email@example.com or 203-378-9378 ext 452.
Freshman Success Program
All incoming freshman actively participate in the Freshman Success Program designed to provide a seamless transition from middle school to St. Joseph High School. More specifically, two School Counselors and a team of dedicated SJ staff members will be charged with guiding and supporting our newest Cadets throughout their transitional year at St. Joes. This is especially important because the freshman class includes students from 36 towns and over 55 middle schools! Learn more about the Freshman Success Program here!
Student Academic Center
Through a variety of workshops, services, academic tutoring, and coaching, the Student Academic Center offers students the opportunity to understand themselves and the way they learn. They will make the most of their strengths and learning preferences.
All individual sessions, daily group sessions, and workshops reflect the diverse needs of all our students so that they may enter college and life equipped with the skill sets that drive academic promise, creative problem solving, self-advocacy, and confidence. Learn more about the Student Academic Center here!
What's your Mission for More?
Where you go to high school matters. Make it count at St. Joes - a community filled with opportunity! What will your path look like from here to higher education? How will you make the most of your days? What will you discover about yourself, your passions, your potential? Who will you impact along the way? Click below to learn more about the possibilities that await you on your Mission for More.
I fell in love with the SJ community. The teachers, staff, and students create an environment where everyone can thrive socially, intellectually, and spiritually. Everyone wants you to succeed, which makes going to school so much more exciting."Danielle haniph' 23
I chose St. Joes because when I shadowed here, I felt like I belonged before I even started. I was also intrigued by the many different sports and classes offered. At SJ, I am able to participate in so many different activities; I am on the soccer, winter track, and baseball teams. I also am part of Student Ambassadors and the Tri-M Honor Society.” Jason Lambert '24
Class of 2027: Save These Dates!
- January 11, 2023: Enrollment Information Session (Virtual)
- January 25, 2023: Scholarship Reception (invitation only)
- March 22, 2023: New Parent Meeting
- March 23, 2023: The New Student Website goes live!
- April 5, 2023: Spring Open House
- May 17, 2023: New Student & Parent Orientation
- June 15, 2023: World Language Placement Exam
- June 17, 2023: World Language Placement Exam and Uniform Swap event
- July—August: Summer courses, camps and athletic conditioning for new students (Course dates available in March, registration opens in April)
St. Joes isn't like all of the other local schools I visited in 8th grade. On campus you can feel the school spirit traveling through the hallways. The students are happy to be at school. I knew it was the place for me.” Justin Ruby '24