Who We Are
St. Joseph Academy is a Catholic educational organization sponsored by the Felician Sisters that serves children, 6 weeks through 8th grade. Our mission is to educate children to be successful lifelong learners and problem solvers. We are guided by the Felician Sisters’ core values for ministry: respect for human dignity, compassion, transformation, solidarity with the poor, and justice and peace.
Infant & Toddler
Our program provides your infant or toddler with a loving, nurturing environment that supports them physically, educationally and emotionally. We read, sing songs, climb stairs, explore the world around us, and develop self-help skills.
At this age, your child is learning, exploring, making friends and even starting to take the first steps toward reading. It’s an exciting time and the St. Joseph staff is here to help your child make the most of it!
K4 – 5th Grade
In our elementary program, our students learn to tackle big concepts in reading, writing, math, and science, building a strong academic foundation while also developing important social skills.
6th – 8th Grade
Our complete Middle School program curriculum has been developed to help students understand advanced math concepts, use the scientific method, and read across genres as they prepare for further education and transition into leaders in their community.
Do you have any questions?
We’d be happy to answer your questions about our school and Early Childhood Education Center.
Latest from the blog
Video link: https://www.fox6now.com/news/st-joseph-academy-donates-500-textbooks-for-developing-countries Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcxCV0fUeaw&ab_channel=TMJ4News See additional coverage from these newspapers: The Catholic Herald
The Boys & Girls Club basketball team of St. Joseph Academy. Students are gaining self-confidence, building relationships, and learning leadership skills through co-ed sports programs offered by SJA’s Boys & Girls Club. “Sports allows the students to connect...
From left, SJA Resource Development Manager Kim Schubring, teachers Katie Schober and Elena Beihoff, and Principal Scott Hanson in front of the pollinator garden at the corner of Oklahoma and 17th streets. The garden was made possible thanks to funding from a...