Stay Connected

1967 Reunion Photo

Stay In Touch With Your St Joe's Family!

Once a Cadet, Always a Cadet. After graduating from St Joseph High School, you are always part of the family. Through the Office of Advancement &  Alumni Affairs, you can connect with your fellow alumni, read St Joes news, register for events, send us your class notes and much more!

We would love to hear from you! Share your news, join us at an event, connect via social media, or submit a testimonial! 

Alumni Association Officers:

  • Lynn Fuchs '83 President

Update Your Information

Help the Alumni Office keep their records up to date. If you have a change of address or think we have old information, update your details below.

Class Agents

The purpose of the St Joseph High School Class Agent Program is to reach out to alumni and connect them with our school. The goal is two-fold: to build alumni participation in events (reunions, homecoming, and special events) and to encourage gifts to ensure the financial stability of St Joseph High School.

Class Agent Program
Class Agents play a critical role in linking classmates to St Joes. We are extremely grateful for your efforts and recognize the value of personal contact with your classmates. Thank you very much for your time, talent and treasure! Without your support, St Joseph High School would not be the successful institution it is!

Class Agent Expectations:
Connect. Like us on Facebook @SJCadetsAlumni and follow us on Twitter @SJCadetsAlumni. Spread the word so your classmates can do the same! Help us find our "missing" alumni and encourage them to update their information. 

Give. Help us rally the alumni community to give to the St Joseph Fund and other areas of interest. Participation is what strengthens St Joes for the future. No gift is too small and gifts to the St Joseph Fund directly benefit all of our students. Your participation will encourage others too!

Meet. Join us for our Annual Alumni Association Meeting held in September at St Joseph High School in the Student Commons. We come together, share what St Joseph High School looks like today, and how you can help be a part of its future! 

Volunteer. We need your help during Reunion time, homecomings, Thanksgiving games, social events, and more! Click here to access our Volunteer Form!

Share Your Story

Please share your story with us! Feel free to include photos, videos or any other media you feel relevant.

Write A Testimonial

We'd love to know how St Joe's has contributed to your life.

Submit Your Throwback Pics


 

Important Note:  All personal contact information is kept privately by St Joseph High School and is never sold or solicited to outside companies or organizations. Contact information may be shared with your classmates, only after they are screened and verified as an alumnus.

Alumni News

Alumni Spotlight: Jeremy Hopwood '14

On April 3, 2019 Jeremy Hopwood '14 came back to Joe to speak to Mr Mamarus' two Engineering classes. After graduating from St Joes, Jeremy went on to study mechanical/aerospace engineering at Central Connecticut State University. Jeremy was one of four students in the state of Connecticut to be awarded the NASA CT Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Spring 2018. This fellowship awarded Jeremy the funding required to perform and publish research on “Aeroservoelastic Control System Wind Tunnel Testing”, as well as travel to present his research in San Diego at the 2019 AIAA SciTech Forum.

Alumni News: Bia Headshot

April 4, 2019 was the soft opening of The Grapevine. The shop, located at 345 Main St in the heart of downtown Westport, is owned by Bia Parente Hittman '99, her husband Seth, and a close friend. Bia told the Alumni Office, "After settling in Westport, we wanted to further deepen our roots in the community and we came across an opportunity to open a full-service wine shop, right in the heart of downtown. Now, along with a good friend, we are the proud owners of The Grapevine!"

Lindsay hugs a child

Over winter break, Robyn Pelletier ’16, a Pre-PA student at UCONN, traveled to Ghana, Africa alongside fellow SJ alumnae, Katelyn O’Dea ‘17 and Lindsay Lucifora ‘16. There, they provided medical assistance to underprivileged families. While visiting this poverty-stricken area, they were able to help over 700 patients by providing treatment and medication in which typically they would not have access.

School News