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"Committed to Excellence"

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.

Kevin Riggs
Principal
 “Go Bears”
 


St. Joseph High School
2521 Stadium Drive
St. Joseph, MI 49085
269-926-3200
269-926-3223


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  • Senator John Proos visits St. Joe HS
     
    On Monday, October 13, Senator John Proos visited SJHS and presented Gary Etter's civics class with a tribute for the school's continued recognition as one of the best schools in the country.
     
    Click on the link below to read WNDU's article about this notable event.
     

     
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  • CONGRATULATIONS RECIPE CONTEST FINALISTS!
     
    Emily Roth and Stacy Dixon are finalists in the Michigan Potato Commission Recipe Contest.  The winner receives $1,000 and 50 pounds of potatoes!  They will also be a part of a Meijer photo shoot and have their recipes printed on cards distributed to Michigan grocery stores.  The girls will be attending the Michigan Restaurant Association conference in Novi later this month to be recognized and find out if either of them won.  
     
    Good luck girls!
     
    FOLLOW-UP
     
    It was a St. Joe SWEEP!  Stacy Dixon took 1st with her Gluten-Free Lasagna (potatoes replaced the lasagna noodles) recipe and won $1000.  Emily Roth placed 2nd with her Potato Muffins (used grated potato) recipe.  Both students took home 50 lbs of potatoes and their recipes will be distributed to MI grocery stores.
     
    WAY TO GO LADIES!

     
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  • MY BIG CAMPUS
     
    The My Big Campus (MBC) Parent Portal provides parents with their own account for accessing information in My Big Campus. This portal is different than the Power School Parent Portal, where you access your child’s grades. 

    The MBC Parent Portal will allow you, with one single sign-in, to check on all of your children who are using My Big Campus. Furthermore, you will have access to teachers’ group pages, announcements, homework calendars, and assignments. 

    Not registered yet for MY BIG CAMPUS PARENT PORTAL?
    Register now by going to  http://www.mbcurl.me/CNQ3.
     
    More information on how to register can be obtained by clicking here.
     
    Already registered?  You may access the MBC Parent Portal by going to http://parents.mybigcampus.com/login
     
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  • Newsletter  
     
    Click here to read our new Fall 2014 On-line Newsletter from Principal Kevin Riggs

     
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  • High School Start Time:
    1st Hour start time:  7:45 am
    6th Hour Dismissal time:  2:48 pm
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  • Life Threatening Allergies
    Please click here to view the St. Joseph Public Schools Protocol and Guidelines for Life Threatening Allergies (LTAs)

     

     

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