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New courses available!

**New courses available!**

Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, St. Joe will offer a course in Chinese (7th period) and a course in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (8th period). If you are interested in either of these courses, please contact Karen Appell at karen.appell@stjosephhs.org.

2017 Graduate is Capitol Hill Summer Intern

 

Phoenix Huron is a 2017 graduate of St. Joseph Central Catholic High School in Huntington, WV and currently studies politics and government, and urban studies at Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU), in Deleware, Ohio.  Phoenix is a student board member of the Politics and Government Department of OWU, a senator in student government, and the risk manager and resident assistant of OWU’s chapter of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity.

This summer, Huron is a 2019 Capital Hill summer intern for West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.  Huron’s responsibilities include attending hearings and meetings that involve Senator Manchin, working with the appropriations team on the upcoming 2020 appropriations bill, conducting research on the King Coal Highway, conducting Capital tours for the Senator’s constituents, and assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Senator’s office.

Huron is an OWU Politics and Government Department honors candidate and is currently working on his senior dissertation, entitled “Urban Happiness and Urban Walkability: Why the relationship between the two is important, and how it has already been forged.”

Phoenix is a candidate for graduation in May of 2020 from Ohio Wesleyan University and has applied for departmental honors.

Class of 2019 graduate with 906 dual credit hours!

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!  76% of St. Joe students in the class of 2019 graduated with college credits from Marshall University.  The class completed a total of 906 dual credit hours during their time at St. Joe High School. 19 members (46%) of the class  graduated with enough hours to be considered a Sophomore in college based on Marshall University’s Academic Level Classification.

Note:  This does not include credits earned for AP Courses.


Academic Level Classification from https://www.marshall.edu/sfa/eligibility-costs/academic-level-classification/

 

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School Uniforms

Dear Parents,

Beginning in the 2020-21 school year, the only logo permitted to be worn on uniform clothing is the current school crest.  See the logo below.   Please keep this in mind when placing orders for new uniforms.

Any uniform with something other than the current school crest will not be permitted.

Due to issues with uniform ordering for the upcoming school year, we will allow the old crest for the 2019-20 school year only!  See the logo below.

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Any uniform with something other than the approved school crests will not be permitted.

Please note: Sports team jackets will no longer be permitted as part of our school uniform. They may ONLY be worn on dress-down days

New Basketball Coach Announced

St. Joseph Central Catholic High School would like to welcome Ryan Taylor as our new Head Coach for Boys Basketball for the 2019-2020 Season!  He is a son of Marshall University.  Ryan played basketball at Marshall for 4 years.  He graduated in 2017 with a Sports Marketing and Management Degree.  He played professionally in China and Iceland.  We are excited to have Ryan join our Fighting Irish Family!

2019 Summer Information

Always check back for updates!

The school office will be open each week throughout the summer on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 – 2:00.   The office will be closed during the week of July 4th.

2019 Summer Reading - 9th Grade - 128 downloads

 

2019 Summer Reading 10th - 12th grades - 154 downloads

 

2019 Calculus Summer Assignment - 33 downloads

 

If a student would like to take both Geometry and Algebra II in a single school year, he or she must have earned an A in Algebra I, pass a written entrance exam, and have a written recommendation from his or her Algebra I teacher.  See below: