This week, the Academy celebrated National French Week through numerous cultural learning opportunities. The French Club began the week-long celebration with decorations highlighting the beauty of the Francophone world (Culture Café) and the 2024 Olympic Games.
On October 17, members of the Orchestra, Jazz Band, Concert Band, Concert Choir and The Academy Chorale performed for fellow students, family and friends and members of the adult community in the annual Fall Concert.
In September, six members of the Engineering & Design Honors Program: Grace Scullion ’24, Elizabeth Zuchold ’24, Grace Gonet ’25, Amari Reese ’26, Madeline Roisman ’26 and Megan Sandy ’26, learned about engineering through a hands-on experience in Richfield.
Saint Joseph Academy is pleased to announce the following students received national recognition for academic excellence through the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).
Recently, the Ohio Art Education Association (OAEA) announced artwork selected for the 2023 OAEA Emerging Artists Exhibition. The exhibition received 260 submissions and 150 pieces were selected for show.
On Tuesday, the community gathered in small groups throughout the Academy for the annual “Learn to Love” summer reading program discussions. Students were given a choice of 15 books that centered around the theme of Emerging Wisdom to read.
On Tuesday, three students, Susan (Susie) McGowan ’23, Ella Hanley ’23 and Ana Drinan ’24 presented their Independent Applied Research projects to fellow students, parents/guardians and faculty and staff members. Students presented their topics and answered questions about findings and any challenges they faced during their research.
Today was filled with friendly competition between the classes at the annual tradition of Paws for Pride. Students have been working tirelessly for the past several weeks crafting hallway decorations; learning and practicing class songs, dances and skits — all in hopes of having the most spirit points to earn the coveted Paws for Pride trophy.
“Life is Gourd,” a ceramic piece created by Cameron Simone, '25, recently received further recognition at the 26th Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition, a juried competition showcases the best K-12 ceramic artwork in the United States.
In preparation for the annual English Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition, members of the Shakespeare Club compete at the local level of the competition by selecting, analyzing, memorizing and performing a monologue from one of Shakespeare's plays.
We expressed gratitude for our founders, the Sisters of the Congregation of St. Joseph, whose vision made possible the gift of Catholic high school education for the young women who attend Saint Joseph Academy.