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Graduate Outcomes

Saint Joseph High School is a Catholic secondary school dedicated to transforming students in heart and mind, preparing them to serve God, the Church, and the world.

Our vision statement proclaims that Saint Joseph High School will be a diverse Catholic community engaged in the process of preparing our students to live exemplary lives, committed to sharing wisdom, showing courage, and supporting justice in the world. We believe that every member of the Saint Joseph High School community will: practice faith in God; commit to excellence; seek knowledge; live ethically; promote justice; and act with a global awareness.

Throughout a student's four years at Saint Joe, one year will be dedicated to each of our four core values: Reach Higher, Build Family, Serve with Joy, and Discover our Gifts. These core values are integral to our vision of educating the entire student, as is the 20-hour service requirement. It is through service that we are reminded of our animating principle: God Calls; We Answer.

A Saint Joseph High School graduate is:

Intellectually Competent
  • Possesses an intellectual curiosity 
  • Searches for Truth 

  • Approaches situations using critical and creative thinking 

  • Pursues excellence

  • Possesses a sense of awe of God's creation 

  • Understands the fundamental teachings of the Catholic faith 

  • Practices faith in God, progressing in his/her faith journey 

  • Is inspired to live life according to God's teachings

Globally Responsible
  • Demonstrates social, civic, and global awareness and responsibility 

  • Commits to service 

  • Promotes justice in the world 

  • Demonstrates respect for self and others 

  • Develops a moral conscience, accepting responsibility for choices and actions

"Remember, life is a journey, not a destination. It is a winding path filled with twists, turns, and unexpected detours. Sometimes, we may feel lost or unsure of which path to take. But it is in those moments of uncertainty that we have the opportunity to explore, to try new things, and to push beyond our comfort zones."

Emmanuel Thomas, '23, valedictorian

Where do Saint Joe graduates matriculate?

A sampling of where our most recent graduates are continuing their academic careers: