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DRIVING TO ST. JOES:
Many of our students are dropped off and picked up each day. Our school building opens at 7:00am with Security and Media Center supervision and remains open with supervision until 5:15pm. St. Joes encourages families to join our private carpool system (read below).
ST JOE'S CARPOOL DATABASE:
As a resource for our families, St. Joes facilitates the creation of a contact list for those who desire to obtain or offer carpool transportation. Click here to learn more and add your name to the carpool list!
PARKING ON CAMPUS:
11th and 12th grade students who complete a Parking Application and Agreement, are allowed a parking space on campus for the year. Follow the link above to read more.
St. Joes offers 4 bus routes (including Trumbull town bus). Stops, pick-up and drop-off times will be modified to accommodate traffic conditions and demand. Transportation will be available each morning with a return bus service leaving SJHS at 3:00pm. Please note: a bus route's availability is contingent on the amount of registrations by families for the start of the school year.
Required. A $600 Fee is payable in advance per semester, and is separate from tuition. Note: Students who choose to take the train to the Fairfield Metro stop will have the price of their train ticket deducted from their bus fee.
AFTER SCHOOL OPTION:
Late bus service leaves St. Joes at 5:15pm for Fairfield Metro North train station and Stratford Train Station. The O'Keefe Media Center will remain open for students until 5:15pm.
Bus Registration Form
Current families: please use the form below to register and pay online. Questions? Contact our Transportation Coordinator, Ms DeStefano at 203-378-9378 ext 300 or email@example.com.
FAIRFIELD METRO STATION:
St. Joes is proud to offer a Fairfield bus stop at the Fairfield Metro train station. This location best serves all those interested in taking the train from all points along the Metro North New Haven line. The pickup/dropoff times will be coordinated with the train schedule.
Students not using the train are also welcome to catch the bus at the Fairfield Metro stop. The one stop ensures multiple students on the bus at all times. For safety reasons, and in adherence to Diocesan policies, there is never to be just one student on the bus at any time and SJHS is not comfortable with single students being left at a stop. We believe this is the safest response to accommodate our families transportation needs.