Fall Open House 10am-12pm October 22

Mark your calendar! The SJHS Fall Open House will be on Saturday, October 22 from 10am – 12pm. Come for a customized, private tour. Meet faculty, students and parents. Discover Your St. Joes! Details to follow!

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Calling all recent SJHS graduates…the 2022 Yearbooks are in!

The members of the Class of 2022 are cordially invited to pick up their yearbooks at a special signing event on Friday, August 5th between 11-12PM in the Commons.  Stop by to pick up your book, and stick around to sign a friend’s yearbook.  Yearbook Staff members are eager for you to see your copy.  Afterward,…

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SJHS names Mrs. Kaniecki as President and Mrs. Minick as Principal

As we begin our 109th year and after much study, St. Joseph High School has received permission to officially adopt the president-principal model of governance. For the past 10 years, Mrs. Kaniecki and Mrs. Minick have been effectively and collaboratively operating as de facto president and principal even though their official titles were principal and assistant…

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2022 Latin Mass May 12 @ Guardian Angels – OLMBS Church

Saint Joseph High School’s annual Latin Mass that was postponed in December has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 12 at 7:00 PM at Guardian of Angels Parish-Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Natrona Heights. Bishop Larry Kulick ’84 will be the celebrant. All are invited to a reception afterwards. No reservations are required.

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Spirit of St. Joseph Awardees Announced

Saint Joseph High School (SJHS) has named three recipients for its 2022 Spirit of Saint Joseph Awards. The 2022 honorees include: Rosalie Polchinski Kupec, ’61; Kimberly Minick; and Sr. Lisa Paffrath, C.D.P., ’63. “These are the people who quietly bring Saint Joseph High School’s mission of preparing students for college, life, and heaven to life…

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SJHS Welcomed Seminarian John Ferguson Back to St. Joes!

The SJHS community celebrated the feast day of our patron saint St. Joseph in March. The guest speaker was an SJHS alumnus and Diocese of Pittsburgh seminarian, John Ferguson. He spoke about vocations to the student body. He also took the time for a quick game of Knockout with the students!

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