St. Joseph’s Monthly News

April at SJHS: Highlights and Announcements

May 10, 2019
Announcements We are delighted to announce that 6 SJHS students have been accepted to competitive summer programs this year. Read...
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“High School Musical” Brings Joy to SJHS Community

May 10, 2019
This year’s musical cast were particularly dedicated and committed to working together and creating our fun and enthusiastic production!
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Six SJHS Students Accepted into Competitive Summer Programs!

May 9, 2019
Every year, our students are encouraged to apply to some of the many pre-college summer programs available for a variety of academic interests.
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From Cameroon to Brooklyn: One Student’s Journey

May 9, 2019
Did the fact that I spoke with a different accent counter the knowledge I was about to share?
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Sports Day in Review!

May 1, 2019
From Body Ball to the Baton Relay, there was great determination from all players, cheered on by their ‘house mates', with every victory celebrated by the entire house.
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March at SJHS: Highlights and Announcements

April 2, 2019
March was packed with exciting activities and events! Click here to find out about Spirit Week, Sports Day, the National Honor Society trip to the Opera, a special new partnership with Goldman Sachs, and more!
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Alumnae Luncheon Photo Gallery!

April 1, 2019
On Saturday, March 16th, we held our annual Alumnae Luncheon. During the event, hosted by National Honor Society students, members...
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Students, Faculty and Alumnae Remember Principal Caroline Latham

March 26, 2019
Members of the St. Joseph High School community suddenly lost our beloved principal, Mrs. Caroline Latham, on February 26th, 2019....
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“Appearances Can Be Deceiving” – Frida Kahlo Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

March 22, 2019
How do you spend your days off? Most of us would usually hope to sleep in, catch up on life,...
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Students Visit African Burial Ground in NYC

March 20, 2019
How often does an archeological discovery turn on its head everything we thought we knew about a particular place?
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SJHS Students Attend the March for Life

February 6, 2019
Coming from a variety of backgrounds, 5 SJHS students attended the March with an open mind and an interest in understanding more about the reasons why people engage in pro-life activism.
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Senior Spotlight: Bethgeana Coq

February 5, 2019
As a freshwoman at SJHS, Bethgeana Coq didn’t know what to expect when she showed up in the chapel one morning for Ms. Prime’s 40 day Prayer Challenge.
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“Be Positive!”: Student Athletes Reflect on Diamond State Classic

January 31, 2019
Over the Christmas break the Varsity Basketball team attended a tournament called the Diamond State Classic. The tournament was paired with an organization called B+ (Be Positive), and each team was paired with a child battling cancer.
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SJHS Students Attend BNY Mellon Young Women’s Leadership Conference

January 24, 2019
On Friday January 11th, National Honor Society students from St. Joseph High School were invited to attend BNY Mellon’s Young...
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National Honor Society: A SJHS Tradition

December 11, 2018
Founded to acknowledge outstanding high school students across the US, the NHS  rests on 4 pillars: Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. Each year, students all over the country are inducted into this prestigious organization, and SJHS is proud to name many alumni and current students among them.
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You Can Be a Hero!

December 6, 2018
One of the most well-loved annual JANY events our students participate in is High School Heroes. For one day, students visit elementary school classrooms as teachers, sharing what they've learned about finances, business and more with much younger students. In
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Alumna Spotlight: Laure Raymond

December 4, 2018
Class of 2014 Alumna Laure Raymond recently finished her senior year at Barnard College, where she majored in Biology. When...
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Thanksgiving on the Street Corner

November 29, 2018
Once again this year, a large group of SJHS students participated in the annual Thanksgiving-On-The-Street, founded by Sister Mary Lanning of Yes!Solutions. One of the many “neighbor-to-neighbor” initiatives of Yes!Solutions, the annual Thanksgiving feast serves upwards of 2000 New Yorkers from a bench in a bus stop in Harlem.
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Students and Faculty Present at Sankofa STEAM Education Conference!

November 7, 2018
On Friday, October 19th, several St. Joseph High School students and faculty attended and presented at the Sankofa Global Project's...
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Imperfect Love: A Reflection on Service

November 6, 2018
This service experience opened not only my eyes, but it also my heart. Service isn’t about fixing other people or their problems. It’s about loving them through their struggles and being one with them through their suffering.
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SJHS will participate in Civic Spirit Program

June 11, 2018
We are proud to be one of twelve schools participating in a three-year pilot program called Civic Spirit.
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Photo Gallery: Goodbye Seniors!

June 11, 2018
We are so proud to announce that all of our seniors have graduated and are college bound! Here are a few shots from the big day
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SJHS Runners Finish Impressive Year

June 6, 2018
For a team that has been around only few seasons so far, it is very exciting to see our young runners making such big strides!
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SJHS Robotics Takes 3rd Place at NYU InnoVention Competition!

June 4, 2018
Last summer, several SJHS students and faculty participated in a four week robotics design course at NYU Tandon School of Engineering through the NYU ITEST program. This activity jumpstarted the SHJS Robotics Team, which worked hard all year prototyping and building their home-cleaning robot creation, Zeno. On May 22nd, Zeno and the SJHS Robotics Team went on to with 3rd place in the NYU InnoVention Robotics Competition! 
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The Art of Memory: Multimedia Arts Night at SJHS

June 1, 2018
On May 16th, our Spring Multimedia arts night was held at St. Boniface Oratory, just down the street from St. Joseph High School.
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“Don’t Let Anyone Count You Out!” Genelle Sonson’s Alumnae Profile

May 30, 2018
"Don't Let Anyone Count You Out!" Genelle Sonson's Alumnae Profile “It’s fascinating to see how a tiny baby could grow...
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Mu Alpha Theta Shares the Joy of Math

May 17, 2018
It’s hard for many students to believe that learning and using math can be fun and exciting. Here at SJHS, our local Mu Alpha Theta chapter organized two special community mathematics events, Pi Day and a Math Meet!
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SJHS Alumnae Luncheon Celebrates Great Memories and Bright Futures

May 9, 2018
At our recent annual Alumnae Luncheon, alumnae from the classes of 1950 through 1988 shared in a day of fun and fellowship, reminiscing about their own years as students at St. Joseph High School while having the chance to meet current students and to learn more about the present and future of SJHS.
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Shakespeare Comes Alive at SJHS

May 7, 2018
Here at SJHS, through exciting workshops with Stages on the Sound, a Brooklyn based theatre education non-profit, students encounter the language of Shakespeare's plays by jumping right into the action.
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SJHS in Communion and Liberation’s Good Friday Procession over Brooklyn Bridge

April 21, 2017
Seniors from St. Joseph H.S., downtown Brooklyn, participated in the Communion and Liberation’s Good Friday Procession April 14. Faculty member...
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