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Why Saint Joe?


 

98%

of graduates enroll in four-year colleges

71%

enrolled in Advanced Placement courses

20

students is the average class size

54%

of Saint Joe families receive financial aid

What People Say

“Saint Joe’s sense of community has been especially important over the past year as we’ve been forced to deal with the pandemic. We’re proud of the way that students and teachers have found ways to maintain their connections to each other. Even when we’ve been physically distant, these bonds have helped us through difficult times.” 

Theo and Kate Helm, Parents of Thomas ‘22, Jack ‘24, Charlie and Elizabeth

What People Say

“Saint Joe means family to me. I am the youngest of seven kids that have all gone through SJHS … The community of Saint Joe does not compare to any other. The tradition and spirit of the students makes Saint Joe truly the best supportive family so all feel welcome.” 

Katie Verhiley ’20

What People Say

“I have seen so many students coming into college with a very poor education in math and science from their high school. Some of them do not even know they were poorly prepared because they were handed cheap As in their high school classes. Among my students, I see students from Saint Joe who are well prepared and excel!

After having three sons taught by [Saint Joe] in the last 10 years, our family owes a huge THANK YOU! We are so grateful that we have such excellent teachers that truly care for the education of the students.”

Tian Zhang, Chemistry professor at Holy Cross College; parents of Nolan ‘15, David ‘20, and Jonathan ‘21

“The faith life here is really something spectacular. It’s not just having a theology class, it’s more like having a theology experience.”  Jack Briggs,’19

“I wanted to be confirmed at Saint Joe thanks to the amazing campus ministry. I felt like getting confirmed at Saint Joe would not only be a great religious experience, but a great experience with my peers. I look back on it fondly and gratefully.” Genevieve Lake, ‘22