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  • St. Joe defeats Francis Howell 5-0


    Tennis teams serve up a good season

  • Junior Claire Morrissey attends a volleyball game at the University of Missouri during her campus visit.


    Seniors Accept It’s College Application Season

  • New faculty and staff (from left to right), Mr. Noll, Ms. Nasser, Ms. Chappell, Ms. Howley, Ms. Degenhart, Ms. Beekman, and Ms. Sullivan, enjoy a tour of the CSJ Motherhouse.


    St Joe Meets Mrs. Degenhart

  • Being in a good state of mind will not only help you have the capacity to study more effectively, but it will also lighten the emotional burden you may feel during this period.


    Take one step at a time and then take a breath; how to effectively prepare for the ACT/SAT

  • Moms using the fun props at the 360 camera.


    Partying it up with the Mom’s

  • The front cover of The Book Of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel.


    Diving into The Book Of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel: A Book Review

  • Natalie Mcatee, Elle Woods, presenting her case in why she should get into Harvard.


    Digging into “Legally Blonde”

  • Children enjoying pony rides at Angel Fest


    Serving the Community at Angel Fest

  • A group of St. Joe angels posing in their beautiful dresses for the Fall Ball dance.


    Shopping for Dresses for Dance Season

  • St. Joe Varsity Field Hockey celebrates their Sweet 16 win.


    Changing Traditions: Thrilla Villa

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The Voice

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The Voice

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The Voice

Jo Carollo

Jo Carollo, Senior Staff Writer

Jo Carollo is a sophomore at St. Joseph Academy, and she is a senior staff writer. She is joining The Voice for the first time this year and is very excited! Her favorite subject is math, and she is a member of Club Happy, Respect Life Club, and plays on the field hockey team. Outside of school, Jo enjoys spending time with her friends, watching movies, and traveling.

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Junior Paige Jackson and Freshman Emily Hoehn reach for the ball.

Coming Together as a Team

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