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November 2018

  • Nov
    1

    D750 (2) Schedule

  • Mass: All Saints' Day

    Location: Theatre
    Please wear vest.
  • Holiday Boutique Night

    Location: Sr. Mary de Paul Room and Shanahan Commons
    St. Joseph’s Academy Alumnae Association
    invites you to
    Holiday Boutique Night

    Thursday, November 1
    5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
    Location: Sr. Mary de Paul Room and Shanahan Commons

    The popular shopping and social event returns! Bring your St. Joe classmates and friends and get started on holiday shopping. Proceeds from the event will benefit our girls through Heart of an Angel Fund, which provides financial assistance to fulfill SJA traditions, like Ring Day, retreats and more; proceeds will also benefit the SJA Alumnae Association. 

    $20.00 per person with advance reservation
    $25.00 per person at the door
    New this year! Bring Your Friends Pricing – purchase 4 tickets in advance for $60.00
     
    Click here for more information and a complete list of vendors.

    Online registration for the Holiday Boutique Night has closed. If you would still like to register, please contact the SJA Alumnae Office at alumnae@sja1840.org or (314) 394.4342.  

  • Nov
    2

    E Schedule

  • St. Joe Serves

    Volunteers are needed on the second day of each month, all year long, to serve at the Sts. Peter and Paul Soup Kitchen. Meals are served to about 150 guests – the menu varies and often, parents supply an ingredient such as sloppy joe mixture or a cheesy potato casserole, etc. The entire St. Joe community can participate – there is lots of space and lots to do!

    Volunteers can provide food, assist in cooking, or serve the “Dear Neighbor" food and beverages. When the second of the month falls on a Monday – Friday, volunteers are needed from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., and when the second falls on a Saturday or Sunday, volunteers are needed from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
     
    Sts. Peter and Paul Soup Kitchen (814 Allen, 63104, one block west of Sts. Peter and Paul Church – parking lot is inside a cyclone fence, volunteers enter through a door marked Kitchen).
  • The Rosary

    Location: Chapel
    We invite all parents to join us in the Chapel at 7:30 a.m. on the first Friday of each month (when school is in session) and pray the Rosary for the intentions of our community.
     
  • Visit with Columbia College

    Location: College Advising and Resource Center
    Grab your lunch and head to College Advising and Resource Center to listen and learn more about Columbia College. Be prepared to ask great questions about pre-professional programs, opportunities for women in STEM, clubs and activities, Greek life, athletics, dorm rooms, study abroad and internship opportunities, financial aid, scholarships, and much more. The presentation will begin right at 11:30 a.m., so move quickly from the Cafe to College Advising and Resource Center so that you don't miss any critical information!

    Families are highly encouraged to accompany their students for these events.
  • Nov
    3

    SAT Date

  • Nov
    4

    Daylight Savings

  • Alumnae Reception before Open House

    Location: Zahner Lounge
    Begins at 11 a.m. in Zahner Lounge (former convent).

    SJA alumnae and future Angels are invited to a special reception before the Open House officially begins. Enjoy coffee and donuts while you mingle with other alumnae and prospective students. Our President and Principal will be there to answer any questions you may have. School tours begin at 12 noon at the start of Open House. 

    Online registration for the Alumnae Reception before High School Open House has closed. If you would still like to register, please contact the SJA Alumnae Office at alumnae@sja1840.org or call (314) 394.4342.  
  • SJA Open House

    Each year, in conjunction with the other Catholic high schools in the St. Louis area, St. Joseph’s Academy hosts an Open House for prospective students and their parents. Mark your calendar and plan to join us for Open House on Sunday, November 4, 2018, from noon until 4:00 p.m.  Click here for more information.
  • Nov
    5

    A Schedule

  • Bridge

    For more information on Bridge, please contact Ms. Melody DeGeare at (314) 394-4203 or by email at meldegeare@sja1840.org.
    (limited parking)
  • Visit with University of Kentucky

    Location: College Advising and Resource Center
    Grab your lunch and head to College Advising and Resource Center to listen and learn more about the University of Kentucky. Be prepared to ask great questions about pre-professional programs, opportunities for women in STEM, clubs and activities, Greek life, athletics, dorm rooms, study abroad and internship opportunities, financial aid, scholarships, and much more. The presentation will begin right at 11:30 a.m., so move quickly from the Cafe to College Advising and Resource Center so that you don't miss any critical information!

    Families are highly encouraged to accompany their students for these events.
  • Swim/Dive Tryouts

    Students must attend all tryout sessions and need to hand-deliver the MSHSAA physical form to the coach on first day of tryouts to participate.
  • Nov
    6

    B Schedule

  • Winter Play - Informational Meeting

    Location: Performing Arts Center
    Our 2019 Winter Play will be “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Students interested in auditioning for the show should plan to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 6 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. An audition form and monologues will be available at that time. Students may also view excerpts from a film version of this play.

    Auditions will be held after Thanksgiving Break on Monday, November 26 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Callbacks will be held on Tuesday, November 27. All are welcome!
  • JV2 Racquetball Team A vs. Visitation Academy

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team A Racquetball vs Visitation Academy
  • Swim/Dive Tryouts

    Students must attend all tryout sessions and need to hand-deliver the MSHSAA physical form to the coach on first day of tryouts to participate.
  • Nov
    7

    C250 Schedule

  • Counseling Presentation: Juniors

    Location: Theatre
  • NCAA Signing Date

    Our scholar-athletes will sign Letters of Intent with their chosen colleges/universities.
  • JV2 Racquetball Team B vs. Nerinx Hall (Team B)

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team B Racquetball vs Nerinx Hall
  • Swim/Dive Tryouts

    Students must attend all tryout sessions and need to hand-deliver the MSHSAA physical form to the coach on first day of tryouts to participate.
  • Mandatory Basketball Parent Meeting

    Location: Gym
    One parent and the athlete must attend this meeting. If you attended the fall sports parent meeting, you are excused. You need to attend only one athletic parent meeting per year.
  • Parent Network Event: Hidden in Plain View

    Location: Cor Jesu Academy
    An Initiative to Help Parents Spot Signs of Risky Behavior

    Would YOU recognize signs of youth alcohol or drug use in your home?

    Explore an interactive display of a teenager’s bedroom containing over 70 items that could signal that a young person is involved in risky activities. Learn how to spot warning signs and get tips for talking with kids about the dangers of alcohol and drug use.

    Remember: Talking with your kids early and often about the dangers of drug use is the most effective tool to prevent youth substance use. For tips on starting these conversations go to www.addictionisreal.org.

    The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools (PNCHS), founded in 1990, is an association of members independent Catholic high schools in the St. Louis area. It is dedicated to helping parents with the challenges of raising Catholic teens in today’s world. Representatives from the schools meet monthly as the Parent Network Board to share ideas and strategies for better parenting. The Board plans events and prints material to support parents in their effort to deal with teen issues.
     
    For information about the Parent Network of Catholic High Schools and a listing of their upcoming programming, please visit their web site, www.ParentNetworkStL.org.
  • Parent Network Event: Hidden in Plain View

    Location: Cor Jesu Academy
    Click here for more information.
  • Parent Network Event: Hidden in Plain View

    Location: Cor Jesu Academy
    An Initiative to Help Parents Spot Signs of Risky Behavior

    Would YOU recognize signs of youth alcohol or drug use in your home?

    Explore an interactive display of a teenager’s bedroom containing over 70 items that could signal that a young person is involved in risky activities. Learn how to spot warning signs and get tips for talking with kids about the dangers of alcohol and drug use.

    Remember: Talking with your kids early and often about the dangers of drug use is the most effective tool to prevent youth substance use. For tips on starting these conversations go to www.addictionisreal.org.

    The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools (PNCHS), founded in 1990, is an association of members independent Catholic high schools in the St. Louis area. It is dedicated to helping parents with the challenges of raising Catholic teens in today’s world. Representatives from the schools meet monthly as the Parent Network Board to share ideas and strategies for better parenting. The Board plans events and prints material to support parents in their effort to deal with teen issues.
     
    For information about the Parent Network of Catholic High Schools and a listing of their upcoming programming, please visit their web site, www.ParentNetworkStL.org.
  • Nov
    8
  • Senior Yearbook Ads are Due

    If you would like to purchase a yearbook ad for your soon-to-be graduating daughter, please click here and follow the instructions. Feel free to share with friends and family members! 
  • D900 Schedule

    Late start 9:00 a.m.
  • Lunch & Learn: Engineering

    Location: de Paul Room
    Are you interested in a career in engineering?
     

    Students, join us for the Alumnae Association’s "Lunch and Learn" event on Thursday, November 8 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. in the de Paul Room. SJA alumnae who work in engineering will speak on their careers and answer your questions. Bring your lunch and learn more from our alum experts!

    Online registration for the Lunch & Learn event has closed. If you would still like to register, please contact the SJA Alumnae Office at alumnae@sja1840.org.  
  • Swim/Dive Tryouts

    Students must attend all tryout sessions and need to hand-deliver the MSHSAA physical form to the coach on first day of tryouts to participate.
  • Nov
    9

    E Schedule

  • Swim/Dive Tryouts

    Final team roster will be selected on November 9th.

    Students must attend all tryout sessions and need to hand-deliver the MSHSAA physical form to the coach on first day of tryouts to participate.
  • Nov
    10
  • District Choir Festival

    Location: The Principia High School
    The St. Louis Metro All-District Choir is made up of the top scoring students in our district.

    SJA is proud to have three students in the choir this year. Close to 300 students auditioned for this choir! The choir has two evening rehearsals and participates in an all-day rehearsal and concert with a guest clinician.

    The concert is on Saturday, November 10, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. at The Principia High School. Admission is free.
  • Senior Class Trivia Night

    St. Joseph's Academy, de Paul Room
    All proceeds to benefit the CSJ missions in Peru.

    Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; trivia begins at 7:00 p.m.; event ends at 9:00 p.m.

    Theme: Disney

    Prizes will be given for the best dressed table!

    Cost: $10/person at the door (tables seat 8-10 people)

    Who can attend: 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls

    Click here to register.

    If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Leigh LaMonica.
  • Nov
    11

    Mission Week Begins

  • Community Mass

    Location: Chapel
  • Service Sunday Mass

    Location: SJA Chapel
    Our Service Sunday Community Mass is the kickoff for Mission Week at St. Joseph’s Academy and directly reflects our call, in communion with the Sisters of St. Joseph, to “serve the Dear Neighbor without distinction.” Following Mass, students are encouraged to go out into the community to perform acts of service and earn "service dollars" which will be calculated with their Mission Week total. Freshmen have the option to serve on campus.

    Celebrant: Fr. Eddie Voltz
  • Young Alumnae Service Event

    Join us for a day of service on Sunday, November 11, to celebrate the kickoff of Mission Week.
    The day starts off with Mass at 9 a.m. in the Chapel. After Mass, we will be making sandwiches for St. Patrick’s Center, as well as writing letters to the Senior Class!

    To ensure that we have all the supplies, we need anyone who graduated in a year ending in an odd number to please bring bread, and anyone whose graduation year ended in an even number to please bring deli meat, peanut butter or jelly.

    Online registration for the Young Alumnae Service Event has closed. If you would still like to register, please contact the SJA Alumnae Office at alumnae@sja1840.org or call (314) 394-4342.
  • Nov
    12

    C250 (1) Schedule

  • JV2 Racquetball Team B vs. Notre Dame High School

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team B Racquetball vs Notre Dame High School
  • Nov
    13

    D750 Schedule

  • Music for the Missions Benefit Concert

    Location: St. Joseph's Academy Theater
    All proceeds to benefit the CSJ missions in Peru.

    Cost: $10/person
    Come see all the talent at SJA and raise money for the missions!
  • Nov
    14

    C250 Schedule

  • JV2 Racquetball Team A vs. Nerinx Hall (Team A)

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team A Racquetball vs Nerinx Hall
  • Nov
    15

    Visit with Lindenwood University

    Location: College Advising and Resource Center
    Coffee, juice, and pastries will be provided.

    Meet informally with the school representative, listen to a 25-30 minute presentation on the college, and then attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions.

    Families are highly encouraged to accompany their students for these events.

    Learn more about Lindenwood University.
  • D900 Schedule

    Late start 9:00 a.m.
  • Nov
    16

    Mission Day

    Early dismissal 12:00 p.m.
  • Mission Week Mass

    Location: Theatre
  • Nov
    17
  • Nov
    19

    Thanksgiving Break

  • Nov
    20

    Thanksgiving Break

  • Nov
    21

    Thanksgiving Break

  • Nov
    22

    Thanksgiving Break

  • Nov
    23

    Thanksgiving Break

  • JV Basketball vs. Dexter High School

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    Junior Varsity Basketball vs Dexter High School
  • Varsity Basketball vs. Dexter High School

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    Varsity Basketball vs Dexter High School
  • Nov
    24

    Varsity Basketball vs. Rockbridge High School

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    Varsity Basketball vs Rockbridge High School
  • JV Basketball vs. Rockbridge High School

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    Junior Varsity Basketball vs Rockbridge High School
  • Nov
    26

    A Schedule

  • Classes Resume

  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Winter Play Auditions

    Our 2019 Winter Play will be “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Students interested in auditioning for the show should plan to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 6 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. An audition form and monologues will be available at that time. Students may also view excerpts from a film version of this play.

    Auditions will be held after Thanksgiving Break on Monday, November 26 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Callbacks will be held on Tuesday, November 27. All are welcome!
  • JV2 Racquetball Team A vs. Ursuline Academy

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team A Racquetball vs Ursuline Academy
  • Nov
    27

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • B Schedule

  • Giving Tuesday

    #GivingTuesday is a day to give back and come together to transform the way people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. To make a gift to St. Joseph’s Academy, please click here.
  • Winter Play - Callbacks

    Our 2019 Winter Play will be “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Students interested in auditioning for the show should plan to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 6 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. An audition form and monologues will be available at that time. Students may also view excerpts from a film version of this play.

    Auditions will be held after Thanksgiving Break on Monday, November 26 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Callbacks will be held on Tuesday, November 27. All are welcome!
  • Freshman Basketball vs. Oakville High School

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    Freshman Basketball vs Oakville High School
  • Varsity Swim vs. Cor Jesu Academy/Ursuline Academy

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    Varsity Swimming
    vs Cor Jesu Academy
    vs Ursuline Academy
  • Nov
    28

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • C250 Schedule

  • JV2 Racquetball Team B vs. Lindbergh High School (Team B)

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    Junior Varsity 2 Team B Racquetball vs Lindbergh High School
  • Nov
    29

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • D750 (2) Schedule

  • Winter Pep Rally

  • Varsity Swim vs. MICDS

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    Varsity Swimming vs MICDS
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    Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Click here for more information. 
  • Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    The following opportunity, sponsored by the SJA Diversity Committee and Administration, is open to all students: 

    Student Diversity Leadership Conference hosted by National Association of Independent Schools
    November 28-December 1, 2018 in Nashville, TN

    We will leave on Monday, November 26, and head to Memphis, TN. There, we will experience a bit of Civil Rights history on Tuesday, November 27, before heading to the conference in Nashville.

    This past year, five St. Joe students attended the conference. It was a powerful and transformative experience for each of them. Their confidence grew and their voices strengthened in regard to recognizing the importance of standing by and with our brothers and sisters who experience exclusion as a result of their identities. As the application states, these students developed effective strategies for social justice, empathy and much conversation about love. Though this is not a retreat or a theological conference, it invites the students to live their faith more fully and learn more deeply what it means to live out the CSJ charisms of unifying love and living in right relationship.

    For more information, an application and for estimated costs, please contact Mrs. Ann Hammer via email at ahammer@sja1840.org.
  • E Schedule

  • Junior Varsity 3 Racquetball - Winter Rollout Tournament

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    Location: Vetta Location TBA
  • Varsity Basketball vs. Waynesville High School

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    Varsity Basketball vs Waynesville High School
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St. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school for girls in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Our mission is to provide quality Catholic education for young women in an environment that challenges them to grow in faith, knowledge, and respect for self and others. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.

St. Joseph's Academy

2307 South Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63131
Phone: 314-394-4300
Fax: 314-965-9114
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