Senior student, James Murano, has been named a Commended Student in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program.
A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE
Athletic involvement at St. Joseph High School doesn't only speak of our banners or state championships. Athletic involvement includes everyone from the student-led bomb squad cheering group, to those interested in maintaing a healthy lifestyle, to our 3-sport athletes, to our future NCAA players.
The SJ Athletic Department presents students with unique opportunities to build community, character, integrity, discipline, and sportsmanship. Participating in athletic programs offers the opportunity to develop physical and athletic skills and to participate in the tradition of athletic excellence at our school, as well as to represent our entire school community.
St. Joes is a member of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) and the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC).
Sports Teams Playing
Over 3 Seasons
Sports Teams, Including Varisty
Junior Varsity, and Freshmen
Athletic Facilities, Including Tennis Courts,
Fields, Gym, and Track
College Signees in
2021 & 2022
of SJ Cadets
At St. Joes, students don't have to be on the field to be part of the game! Whether it be a Pep Rally, Homecoming event, or a playoff game, the students at St. Joes (led by our Maroon & Gold People) make up a cheer-squad unlike any other!
SJ athletes have access to state-of-the-art facilities on campus at they train to compete within the FCIAC - the most competitive conference in Connecticut.
Health & Wellness
The Health & Wellness Center allows us an additional location for strength building; for alumni to hold adult classes; and for all students to receive nutritional instruction.
Sean Curley '23 has been selected as a member of the National Football Foundation's Team of Distinction!
Alexa Pino '25 has been named the 2022-23 Gatorade Connecticut Girls Soccer Player of the Year!