Details for SAINT JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL - Ad from 2019-12-01

Choosing the school that best fits your student is one of the most important decisions you will ever make.
SJCA educates the whole child: spiritually, academically, morally, and socially on every step of his or her
academic journey. 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.

 The Little Lancer Preschool ignites the spark of

 Masses, student retreats, and

 SJCA student standardized test scores

 In Elementary School, SJCA’s intentional

 Student government, theater,

 The top half of our seniors averaged

curiosity, instills the joy of discovery, and
fosters a love of learning.

curriculum builds a strong foundation for both
academic and moral success.

 Featuring engineering, technology and the fine

arts, the Middle School focuses not only on
academic skills, but also on the specific habits
that lead to independent learning.

 During High School, our students explore a

depth and breadth of subjects preparing them
not just for college, but for lives of purpose
and meaning.

service opportunities contribute
to our Catholic identity.
fine arts, clubs, extracurricular
activities and organized
athletics are offered at all
grade levels.

 Individualized academic

guidance counseling is
accessible to all students.

 Our diverse student body is

comprised of all backgrounds
and faith traditions.

are well above national, state and
local averages at all grade levels.

27.6 on the ACT, placing them in the
top 15% of students nationwide.

 Consistent Graduation Rate and

Matriculation to Higher Education

 The last two graduating classes

earned over $16 million dollars in
college scholarships.

 Annually, students dedicate over

20,000 hours of service to local,
national, and global causes.

Save the date for the St. Joseph Catholic Academy Open House on Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 1 to 4 p.m.
To learn more, please contact the Admissions Department at or 262-654-8651 ext. 104.



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