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Choosing the school that best fits your student is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. SJCA provides
the path for a total education of the whole child: spiritually, academically, morally, and socially. Year after year, SJCA
students consistently outpace their peers in everything from ACT scores to service hours. SJCA’s outstanding outcomes
are not happenstance but a direct result of an intentional, sequential academic and values-based curriculum.

SJCA Class of 2019

 During High School, our students create an

impressive academic transcript while exploring a
wide variety of classes and activities to discover
their strengths and prepare for college.
 Featuring engineering, technology, and the fine arts,
our Middle School focuses not only on the academic
skills necessary for future success, but also on the
specific habits that lead to independent learning.
 The Elementary School curriculum builds a solid
foundation for academic success and nurtures a
moral foundation in every student.
 The Little Lancer preschool ignites the spark of
curiosity, instills the joy of discovery, and fosters a
love of learning.

 Masses, student retreats, and

service opportunities contribute
to our Catholic identity.
 Student government, theater,
fine arts, clubs, extracurricular
activities and organized athletics
are offered across all grade
 Academic guidance counseling
and social/emotional counseling
are accessible to all students.
 The diverse student body is
comprised of all backgrounds
and faith traditions.

 SJCA student standardized test scores are well



above national, state and local averages at all
grade levels.
The top 30% of our seniors averaged 28.7 on
the ACT.
100% consistent graduation rate.
100% matriculation to higher education.
$7.2 million dollars were awarded in college
scholarships this year to our graduating
SJCA athletes won conference, regional,
sectional, and state championships this year.
Students served those in need locally,
nationally, and globally.

Now accepting applications for preschool through 12th grade.
To learn more, please contact the Admissions Directors at or 262-654-8651 ext. 104.



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