At St. Joseph High School, we offer a superior liberal arts education in grades nine through twelve, specializing in programs for students of varying abilities and interests. We provide a diverse curriculum, including a variety of Honors and Advanced Placement courses, with an emphasis in post-secondary preparation. St. Joseph High School’s broad selection of courses provides students ample opportunity to fulfill the Michigan Merit Curriculum and specialize in personal interests, while maintaining manageable class sizes and encouraging personal interaction between student and teacher.
St. Joseph High School enjoys strong community support, a high level of parental involvement, and a reputation of excellence in academics, the arts, athletics, and extra curricular activities with students gaining both state and national recognition in all of the fore mentioned areas. Our school has been accredited by the North Central Association for over 100 consecutive years; all of our teachers are highly-qualified and a majority hold Master’s Degrees or above.
We are indeed proud of our fine school, student body, staff, and community.
Jeffrey L. Runser
St. Joseph High School
2521 Stadium Drive
St. Joseph, MI 49085
VARIETY SHOW TICKETS ON SALE BEGINNING THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH
Variety Show tickets will be available beginning Thursday, April 17th. The performances are April 25 and 26 at 7:00pm. All tickets are reserved seating and cost $8.00 each. Come see the first performances in the newly renovated Auditorium. Tickets will be on sale in the lobby of the Auditorium from 7:30 am until 7:45 am, and from 2:48 pm until 3:15 pm Monday through Friday. The High School will be closed on Friday, April 18th and ticket sales will not be available on that day.
"Amy Dirlam, Media/technology integration specialist, St. Joseph Public Schools was recently named the runner-up of the Outstanding Technology-Using Educator award by the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL).
Amy's award will be presented at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids on March 14 as a part of the annual MACUL Conference, attended by over 4,000 educators throughout Michigan and the Midwest."
Joe Rommel got the process started with the nomination and we are all super proud to call her our colleague — and certainly appreciate her high level of expertise.
TARGET FUNDRAISER! Parents - a reminder local Target store has a School Fundraiser that is simple to use and provides the school much needed extra funding. Here's how it works: When parents, teachers and other school supporters use the REDcard, Target donates up to 1% of their purchases to the eligible K-12 school they designate. Each September, those funds are distributed to schools nationwide, including our High School. The Target Business Card saves you 5% on every shopping trip. Designate St. Joseph High School to help us out!