Saint Joseph High School is a Catholic secondary school dedicated to transforming students in heart and mind, preparing them to serve God, the Church, and the world. Saint Joe strives to produce graduates that are intellectually competent, faith-filled, and globally responsible.
Saint Joe implements unique block-scheduling with classes meeting every other day and incorporating a "Flex period" allowing students free time to meet with teachers while promoting time management skills. The Kelly Family Student Commons is located in the center of campus and allows students space to gather and features breakout study rooms for a quiet study space.
In addition to the academic requirements, Saint Joseph High School requires students to perform 20 hours of service throughout the school year (five hours per quarter) to contribute to a well-rounded Catholic education.
Accredited by the State of Indiana and AdvanceED, Saint Joe is a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and has been named to the Catholic School Honor Roll as a Top 50 Catholic High School each year since 2005, as well as being named a Four Star School by the State of Indiana.
The Fine Arts include both visual and performing arts, including but not limited to 2-D/3-D art, ceramics, digital design, drawing, painting, photography, piano and electronic keyboard, chorus, orchestra, concert band, instrumental ensemble, and musical theatre.
PROJECT LEAD THE WAY
At Saint Joseph High School, students can engage in a rigorous STEM curriculum that incorporates Project Lead The Way (PLTW), the nation's top STEM program, offering specialized tracks in Biomedical Science, Computer Science, and Engineering.
2023 AP School honor roll
62% of seniors took at least one AP exam during high school, 51% of seniors scored a three or higher on at least one AP exam, and 8% of seniors took five or more AP exams.