From Age 1 through 8th Grade
An independent, educational school for Grades Pre-K – 8th and an Early Childhood Academy caring for children ages 1 through 3, Saint Joseph’s mission is to educate the whole child in mind, body, and spirit in a safe, Christian environment. Our school is designed to provide a well-rounded educational environment that will help children develop into responsible leaders as well as grow intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically, and spiritually. Saint Joseph’s welcomes students of all faiths, customs, cultures, and beliefs.
We recognize that children are unique individuals with differing needs, talents, abilities, and gifts that must be nurtured and developed. Saint Joseph’s strives to create an environment that allows children to recognize their individual talents and abilities, and offers opportunities where they can experience success in academic and social situations. We create collaborations with parents so that we can work together to discover, nurture, and capitalize upon the gifts and talents our students bring to St. Joseph’s.
Please visit the links to your right and discover the Saint Joseph’s advantage. As always, we encourage you to visit our beautiful and welcoming campus to learn even more!
The Saint Joseph's Advantage
Among the many advantages of a Saint Joseph's experience:
We offer advanced curriculum that is taught from texts and resources that are cutting edge by experienced teachers who are constantly upgrading their skills through professional development and collegial collaboration.
As an Episcopal school, we pride ourselves in this component of our identity where community service speaks boldly of our intent to make an impact on our community.
School wide projects or individual class programs, random acts of kindness, school cleanup, recycling, environmental awareness, and giving to the poor and unfortunate is a natural extension of our curriculum and awareness that is just one component of what we accomplish each year.
Some of the community impact we have achieved include a building project for Habitat for Humanity, making sandwiches for the Caring Kitchen, donating and collecting turkeys for Thanksgiving with the Community Caring Center, donating and collecting food for the Thanksgiving food drive with Channel 12, adopting families and volunteering for the Angel Tree Dinner at Holy Redeemer Church, assembling the 100 ft. Christmas Tree with Office Depot at Old School Square, and many beach clean-ups.