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List of 8 news stories.

  • Kerri Morgan ‘92

    Congratulations, Kerri Morgan '92!

    "Hang another gold medal around the neck of Kerri Morgan, a Washington University professor who last week churned her way to an international gold medal.

    Morgan, an assistant professor of occupational therapy and neurology, took first place in the 100-meter dash at the World Para Athletic Games in Dubai.

    A member of the USA Paralympic Track and Field Team since 2010, she is no stranger to world hardware: She has won 15 other medals in five previous international competitions."

    Please click here to read more about this outstanding alumna.
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  • Service Sunday

    On November 17, students, parents, faculty and alumnae gathered in the St. Joe Chapel for our “Sunday Service Mass” to help kick-off Mission Week 2019. Following Mass, students were challenged serve the “Dear Neighbor” in a variety of ways- including on-campus service for the Freshman Class. The Young Alumnae Group joined in the Mission Week fun and sponsored a special service project, where they made over 200 sandwiches for St. Patrick Center.
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  • Holiday Boutique Night

    The highly-anticipated Holiday Boutique Night was once again a success! The Alumnae Association-sponsored event transformed the Sr. Mary de Paul Room and Shanahan Commons into a shopper’s dream. Hundreds of alumnae, parents and friends of the Academy shopped from our vendor booths and supported the Heart of an Angel Fund, which provides financial assistance to fulfill SJA traditions, and the Alumnae Association.
     
    For more information about this year’s event, please click here
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  • Girls on the Run

    St. Joseph’s Academy is a proud partner and supporter of Girls on the Run. On November 16, runners at their 5k race had the opportunity to decorate St. Joe Angel wings.

    Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. Their mission is to empower girls for a lifetime of healthy living.
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  • Lunch and Learn: Business

    The Student Alumnae Association welcomed back Abby Stapf ’13, Carolyn Heger ‘13 and Andrea Aston Kendrick ’02 for a “Lunch and Learn” event about careers in business. These accomplished alumnae gave current students advice about business school and different career paths. If you are interested in talking to students about your career, please contact alumnae@sja1840.org.
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  • National Letter of Intent Signings

    Congratulations to our scholar-athletes who signed National Letters of Intent!
    • Grace Aromando - Seminole State College (Golf)
    • Katie Maxim - Central Michigan University (Field Hockey)
    • Brooke Plessner - Missouri State University (Beach Volleyball)
    • Emily Puricelli - St. Louis University (Soccer)
    • Catey Roux - Rockhurst University (Lacrosse)
    • Holly Schneider - Lindenwood University (Soccer)
    To learn more about athletics at St. Joe, please click here
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  • Students Study the Holocaust

    Students in “Bearing Witness: Holocaust Literature of Extraordinary Lives” had the unique opportunity to speak to Dr. Danny M. Cohen from Northwestern University, who specializes in Holocaust memory and the design of social justice education. The students have read his electronic choose-your-own-pathway mystery "The 19th Window" and the hidden history novel "Train." During their Skype discussion, students asked him insightful questions regarding writing and the Holocaust, learned about specifics of a published author's writing process, and gained knowledge about the connections of past history and the contemporary world.
     
    The class, instructed by Mrs. Kelly Berry, also recently visited the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center to connect what they have read and learned in class with a hands-on experience with an individualized group tour and the exploration of authentic Holocaust artifacts. Diane Everman, archivist and historian, revealed a Jewish passport, release papers from Buchenwald concentration camp, a German children's book, and an American soldier's jacket from WWII. The students donned gloves and critically analyzed the artifacts and their connection to the Holocaust.
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  • CSSJ High School Association Conference

    St. Joseph’s Academy welcomed educators from across the country to the CSSJ High School Association Conference. The theme of this year’s conference was “Remembering Our Roots: Sent Forth by a Spirit of Unifying Love.”

    SJA was proud to host the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet/SSJ schools and show them around our campus, the CSJ Motherhouse and St. Louis.
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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.

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2307 South Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63131
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