Faculty & Staff

At a Glance

Students experience a rigorous academic and values-based curriculum in a climate of high expectations for achievement and mutual respect.

St. Joseph High School welcomes young women in grades 9-12 who value academic success as much and personal integrity.

Friday, September 7th

Full Day of Classes begins – Summer Assignments Due 

Thursday, October 25th 6 pm – 8 pm

Open House

Linked to New York City colleges and universities, the STEM Program offers both academic rigor and unique experiences for students interested in Science and Math.

The visual and performing arts at St. Joseph High School offer students countless opportunities to expand their imaginations.

A variety of extracurricular activities and clubs enable students to develop leadership skills and collaborate outside of the classroom.






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Committed to all intellectually promising young women, St. Joseph High School offers need-based tuition assistance. 

SJHS supports students in their journey of self-discovery with a comprehensive guidance and college-counseling program.

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“I loved making the tacos in the Hispanic Cuisine workshop. They were delicious!” said junior Brianna Solomon, who enjoys cooking. Junior Imani Merlain enjoyed the chance to dance and sing in the Karoke room, while Deonna Cook’s favorite part of the day was the performance by the Mariachi band. She explained, “I appreciated the band’s efforts to interact with students while they were signing their songs, and was intrigued to learn about the history of Mariachi and the unique instruments and costumes they use.”

Read more about our Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration below!

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Change the world, be a St. Joseph Worker! #CSJToday, October 15, 1650, our St.Joseph Workers celebrate with the sisters, the foundation date for the Sisters of St. Joseph. We often see photos of Jeanne Fontbonned associated with this day but it is important not to loose sight or memory of the firsr six women who worked with Jean Pierre Medaille, SJ in organizing the work of which women are capable and which most benefit the dear neighbor.

In gratitude for:

Francoise Eyraud who welcome the orphan, the displaced children as well as the poor to a home where they received shelter, food and medicine.

Clauda Chastel who served the sick in a hospital.

Marguerite Burdier whose great influence attracted like minded people to the service of the neighbor.

Anna Brun, most likely an orphan herself, worked with others so that they no longer felt orphaned or abandoned.

Anna Chalayer: with her sisters divided the city to cure its ills.

Anna Vey: spent her days doing the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.

Each day they would return to the kitchen and share the state of their hearts, how they encountered God and where they were able to bring God to others. May we continue to share their zeal for the dear neighbor!

Change the world, be a St. Joseph Worker!
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