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The STUCO team during Welcome Week, after revealing the t-shirt design and the Freshman hats.

Learning More about the St. Joseph’s Academy Student Council

Julia Rhodes, Digital Managerial Editor November 21, 2021

Student Council has always been a fun and honored opportunity at St. Joseph's Academy.  The 2021-2022 STUCO team is excited to make this year one to remember.  The executive board consists of  Libby...

Some girls from the class of 2022 showing off their beautiful new rings after their ceremony!

St. Joe Alumnae Welcoming and Bringing in New Students

Liv Brusatti, Senior Staff Writer November 9, 2021

The alumnae of St. Joe has always been strong with its total living population climbing to more than 8,800. Because of this strong, supportive and lively community, girls continue to feel welcomed...

Mrs. Chelsea Layton.

Mrs. Layton Learning the Lay of the Land

Julia Rhodes, Digital Managerial Editor October 10, 2021

St. Joe has lots of new teachers this 2021-2022 school year. Among those teachers is Mrs. Chelsea Layton. Mrs. Layton is originally from St. Louis, specifically the Ballwin area, and has lived there most...

The ACT test dates and registration deadlines schedule.

Staying On Top of the ACT Dates

Julia Rhodes, Digital Managerial Editor October 8, 2021

Mr. Robert Vittoe

Meeting Mr. Vittoe

Frankie Schuman, Senior Staff Writer October 8, 2021

St. Joe is grateful to have a variety of new staff members teaching this year, one of these new teachers is Mr. Robert Vittoe. Mr. Vittoe is specialized in many science classes and is currently teaching...

St. Joe is committed to building generations of strong women.

Spotlighting Phenomenal Women for Women’s History Month

Mary Dill, Digital Layout Editor May 18, 2021

“See me as change, Say I am movement, That I am the year, And I am the era, Of the women.” - Amanda Gorman Women’s History Month, a tradition in the United States during the month of March since...

As registration draws closer, what classes will you register for the 2021-2022 school year? *photo taken before COVID

Students investigating new courses for registration

Rosie Johnson, Social Media Editor May 18, 2021

As the 2021 school year comes to closure and students register for classes, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen are faced with choices. Several new classes have been added to the curriculum as core and elective...

Grace Bradley ‘22 (Left) and her friend attended the climate march in 2019, prior to COVID-19.

Understanding Earth Day: What is Climate Change?

Mary Dill, Digital Layout April 21, 2021

Cursed climate change, the topic reigning over the eyes, and ears of Earth’s population, has repeatedly been a discussion of the future or a mere eventual effect brooding over the Earth, as a reminder...

Mr. Bowlers adorable dog, Oakley.

Meeting Mr. Bowler

Julia Rhodes, Senior Staff Writer April 16, 2021

St. Joseph’s Academy has added a new staff member for the second semester of 2021. While Mrs. Landherr is on maternity leave, Mr. Will Bowler will be subbing for her. He will be teaching American Government...

In his Presidency, Biden represents the nation.

Examining the first week of President Biden’s Executive Orders

Mary Dill, Digital Layout Editor March 23, 2021

Joe Biden is America’s 46th President of the United States. Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the 77-year-old president is coming off of his sixth senator term in Delaware as the newly inaugurated president. In,...

Junior Grace Kelly enjoys spending time in the snow!

Keeping snow days at the Academy

Katie Wilke, Senior Staff Writer March 3, 2021

There is nothing like waking up on a snowy winter morning only to receive the best news possible: snow day. Snow days have always been an exciting part of school during the winter. The joy that a snow...

Many campuses are allowing students to visit while following COVID - 19 protocol.

Checking in with Mrs. Hasbrouck

Mary Dill, Digital Layout Editor March 2, 2021

Beginning in August of 2020, seniors around the country, and at St. Joe began the much-anticipated process of applying to college. From common applications to financial aid, it appears to be a never-ending,...

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