It’s a unique situation when you find that as a parent you can grow along side your child as they make their way through school. That is exactly what happened to me. So, thank you St Joe’s for accepting me as part of your family and providing an amazing education to all of the students. 

~ Kristi Novitski P '20, Parent Award Winner

Welcome to St Joseph High School!

Whether your child is just beginning to explore their high school options, has been accepted, or is already part of the St Joseph High School community, we welcome you as a partner during this exciting time in their lives!

Parents and families play an integral role in the high school experience and work closely with faculty and staff to ensure success both inside and outside of the classroom.

We encourage you to become familiar with our campus and school community and access the many resources available to make your child's experience a positive one.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact us:

About the Parent Association

Every parent at St Joseph High School is a part of the Parent Association. We encourage you to get involved in our school by volunteering.

The Parent Association is an energetic group, who in conjunction with the faculty, staff, and administration, work hard for the benefit of the students and school community.

We look forward to having you as an active part of the St Joe's community.

 Parents Virtual Triva Night

Parents: Are You Game for Some Trivia? Join us on Saturday, January 16 at 7pm. Register below by January 15.


On Virtual Learning:

"Teachers have kept learning fun and engaging. They were trained well and their transition into distance learning was seamless. I think this experience has even helped the students to see more of the human side of teachers even at the high school level. My daughters have taken school as seriously as they would if they had been sitting in their seats. It is clear that they sincerely care about their students. It has been a very positive experience. Thank you for continuing to support our students each and every day."