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  • Eighth-grade students look into clubs they could be involved in at St. Joe.


    Celebrating St. Joe Night

  • New World Language teachers, Ms. Sarah Harrington (left) and Mr. Ryan Alsop (right), pose for their SJA portrait.


    Saying Salve and Hola to SJA’s Newest Language Teachers

  • The college advising space where many college reps meet with SJA students.

    Student Life

    Visiting With The Reps

  • Mrs. Lodes stands by the National Geographic Resolution, the ship she sails the East China Sea on.


    Mrs. Lodes’s Trip Of A Lifetime

  • The golf team displays their second place state trophy.


    Putting In The Work

  • Senior Meredith Dunn carries the ball up the field.


    Starting Strong

  • Junior Addison Scharf hits the ball into the field.


    Catching Up with the Softball Team

  • Ms. Tipton choreographing the song Bruce for freshmen Leila Phoenix, Jenna Walters, Lindsay Strickland, Mabry Hamilton, and sophomores Molly Salaberry and Cecilia Simpson.


    The Masterminds Behind Matilda

  • Dan Huss, youth minister at Incarnate Word parish, leads junior retreat on Wednesday, October 4th.

    campus ministry

    Junior Retreat Unites the Class of 2025

  • Lauren Miner, the senior class president, delivers a speech at Senior Investiture.


    St. Joe Recognizes the Seniors at Senior Investiture

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The Voice

The college advising space where many college reps meet with SJA students.

Visiting With The Reps

Izzie Patritti, Senior Staff Writer October 24, 2023

Deciding on where to apply and attend college is no easy decision. Many high school students can become overwhelmed with the abundance of colleges to choose from. Luckily, students at St. Joe are given...

Dan Huss, youth minister at Incarnate Word parish, leads junior retreat on Wednesday, October 4th.

Junior Retreat Unites the Class of 2025

Bella Elpers, Sports Editor October 9, 2023

As a part of their graduation requirement, St. Joseph’s Academy students are required to participate in a yearly retreat. During their freshman year, students travel off campus to the CSJ Motherhouse...

Juniors Caroline Chier, Emma Kelly, Margret Buehring, Grace Ghere, Riley Lydon, and Isabel Henderson pose at Fall Ball.

Dancing for A Night to Remember

Emily Rines, Print Layout Editor October 9, 2023

Fall Ball has been a huge tradition at St. Joe for many years. Every year, juniors and seniors dress up to share in the tradition that has become a core memory for many upperclassmen and alumnae. The tradition...

Current St. Joe sophomores (from left to right, Makenna Hobart 26, Hudson Kenter 26, Katie Kirsch 26, and Alexa Larch 26) doing their part to welcome incoming freshmen.

The Dos and Don’ts of Freshman Year

Amelia Brunnworth, Senior Staff Writer October 1, 2023

The start of new things can be very stressful, especially when it comes to beginning high school. Many struggle with anxiety over what classes will be like, being able to manage school and outside activities,...

Senior volleyball team after their victory over the firefighters.

Angels Take on St. Joe Day

Mackie Schuler , PR Editor September 25, 2023

St. Joe Day is the perfect kick-off to the school year and the best ending of Welcome Week. The seniors began their celebration Thursday night beginning with Senior Sleepover and ending the night with...

Junior NHS inductees smile after the completion of their induction ceremony. Juniors (left to right) Ella Cooper, Katie Hickman, Claire Bucher, Molly Pardeck, and Bella Elpers.

45 New Members Inducted Into the National Honor Society

Bella Elpers , Sports Editor September 18, 2023

On Monday, September 11th, 45 St. Joseph’s Academy students were inducted into the National Honor Society.  The ceremony was led by NHS moderators, Mrs. Donna Videmschek, Director of Counseling,...

The St. Joe library is a great place to study during ones free time.

A Perfect Quiet Sanctuary

Emily Rines, Senior Staff Writer May 26, 2023

Productivity can only happen when one is entirely focused on their task, and being entirely focused starts with finding a perfect environment to work peacefully and without distraction. However, a study...

Senior Photos

Senior Photos

May 19, 2023

Abbie, Emilia, Sabrina, and Macie being greeted at the airport by their hosts, Nicole, Emily, Sophia, and Charlotte.

St. Joe goes to Canada!

Sydney Moore, Senior Staff Writer May 19, 2023

St. Joe is an amazing school for more reasons than one. It offers students an excellent education, as well as a large variety of opportunities for leadership, growth, and service. Most importantly, it...

The student tour guides and Tawainese exchange students pose for a picture in the Commons before the pep rally.

Taiwan Touring

Lucy Broun, Senior Staff Writer May 19, 2023

Taiwan Touring On April 11, SJA opened its doors to a group of Taiwanese exchange students who had spent the previous week at SLUH. Each exchange student was paired with a Level III or IV Mandarin Chinese...

One person works as a lifeguard during the summer.

Working for a Summer to Remember

Emily Rines May 12, 2023

Everyone wants to have a fun, low-stress summer, but that can mean different things to different people.  Some people choose to keep their summers completely laid back and full of fun, while others apply...

These cleaning supplies await being used for spring cleaning

Out with the Old, in with the New

Emily Rines, Senior Staff Writer April 4, 2023

It’s easy for clothes, dishes, and toys to pile up, making anyone’s house a mess; however, since it has recently become spring, one can have a reason to tidy up: spring cleaning.  Although, what is...

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