Angel Parent Organization
We are grateful for your interest in the Angel Parent Organization.
As an SJA parent or guardian, participation in your Angel’s education and high school experience is essential.
With parent-daughter Masses and events, service opportunities, activates with Angel Mom’s and Angel Dad’s, there are many ways to volunteer throughout the year and be connected and serve with the mission of St. Joseph’s Academy. The Angel Parent Organization (APO) offers parents, guardians and families the opportunity to fulfill the mission of St. Joseph’s Academy through volunteerism and engagement. There are many opportunities for parents to get involved and support the school. Opportunities can fit all interests/schedules.
The SJA Angel Dads represent the fun and fellowship that it means to be a father or father figure at SJA. Angel Dads have the opportunity to volunteer at SJA, participate in social events, and help plan and play in the annual St. Joe Classic Golf and Pickleball Tournament.
We believe that the opportunity for participation in interscholastic athletics is a vital part of the educational experience. Such participation is a privilege that carries with it responsibilities to the activity, school, student body, community, and to the students themselves. We have opportunities for our Angel Parents to help out with events such as working the door at tournaments, helping with parking, and much more. Click below to sign up to volunteer with Angel Athletics and get involved with this great program.
The SJA Angel Moms represent a great way for you to get involved and support your daughter’s high school years. There are many great ways to volunteer, be part of your daughter’s four-year journey, and enjoy the fellowship of other SJA parents. The Angel Moms also spearhead the school's largest fundraiser, An Evening with the Angels.
Diversity, Culture, and Climate
The Diversity, Culture, and Climate Department of St. Joseph's Academy supports the school in living out its motto, "Not I, But We." It seeks to create a welcoming environment for all students and families within the Academy. APO members who would like to volunteer with DCC can support our whole school events that offer opportunities for students and their families to explore various areas of St. Louis, interact with aspects of different cultures, partner with small businesses, and create fun opportunities for learning and engagement.
St. Joe SErves on the second
Volunteers are needed on the 2nd of every month to help serve meals to the homeless at the Sts. Peter and Paul Soup Kitchen. The St. Joe community helps prepare and serve approximately 150 meals year-round.
There are several ways to get involved with the St. Joe Serves program. If you are interested in contributing ingredients towards the meal or would like to help serve, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our Sign-Up Genius list.