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St. Joseph’s Izabel Garcillano wins National Poster Contest

Hammonton—St. Joseph High School junior Izabel Garcillano of Vineland was one of 13 students to garner national recognition for her poster entry in the 2017-2018 New Jersey Cybersecurity Poster Contest.

The contest is sponsored by the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) in conjunction with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). Selected as the New Jersey 11th grade winner, Garcillano’s poster was submitted to the MS-ISAC National Cybersecurity Awareness poster contest where thousands of entries were received from across the nation.

An ecstatic Garcillano received a certificate of appreciation from Cyber Liaison Officer Michael T. Vance in a surprise presentation at St. Joseph High School on Wednesday.

“This is a national contest which encourages our youth to use the Internet safely and securely,” explains Vance. “Educating our children about the rules of Internet safety will encourage them to make better decisions when posting pictures, videos and personal information online.”

The 13 winning national posters will be displayed in the 2019 National Cybersecurity Awareness Calendar which is distributed nationwide in October as part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. It may also be used in campaigns to raise awareness among children of all ages about internet and computer safety.

NHS Election for 2018-2019

The NHS elected its new officers for the 2018-2019 school year. President - Bobby Dees, Vice President - Sophia Gerner, Secretary - Bella Bispo, Treasurer - Gianna Dinnini


Mr. Roger Mussa, born in America to Brazilian immigrants, spoke about how being fluent in 5 languages, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, and English has impacted him through each stage of his life and has proven to be powerful in many ways!

Red, White, & Blueberry!

On May 31, 2018, John Runfolo of the Hammonton Chamber of Commerce, addressed the St. Joseph NHS about the upcoming Red, White, and Blueberry festival and to present the group with a generous donation. Pictured with Mr. Runfolo are NHS officers Robert Dees, Sophia Gerner, Gianna Dinnini, and Bella Bispo.


The Award Goes Too!

Congratulations to Bobby Hyndman for winning the West Point Dwight D. Eisenhower award


Foreign Language!

Mr. James Taggart visited Mrs. Ring’s Honors Spanish III class on May 25, 2018, and shared how learning another language, Spanish, and studying abroad impacted his life in many positive ways!


Cathedral Kitchen!

Members of the St. Joseph National Honor Society spent the evening serving dinner to the homeless at the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, NJ. The Cathedral Kitchen serves dinner to an average of 200 people per day. Our students were privileged to be part of such a wonderful program.

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Statement of Beliefs

We believe that:

Catholic Education is the means by which the message of Jesus Christ is lived and passed on. At Saint Joseph High School the active presence of Jesus prevails in every aspect of our being. Grounded in faith, our programs provide a lifetime framework for that which makes committed, faith-filled, productive global citizens. 

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