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News

Silver Jubilee

On Sunday, December 10th, the Diocese of Camden officially celebrated the Silver Jubilee of Bishop Joseph Galante who was ordained a bishop on December 11, 1992 in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.  On this weekend they also celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Diocese of Camden.

Bishop Galante was the main celebrant and was joined by Bishop Sullivan, Bishop Pepe and the priests of the Diocese of Camden.

St. Joseph High School SGA members Gianna Dininni and Brianna Williams, who attended the celebration, are pictured with Bishop Galante

The Brooke-Irvine Award

St. Joseph High School was awarded the Brooke-Irvine Award for the Best Football Team in South Jersey for 2017. SJHS students Wisdom Quarshie ’19 and Jada Byers ’20 were also honored as All South Jersey Football.

Annual Powder Puff Game!

On Friday, December 8, 2017, St. Joseph High School celebrated the Feast of the Immaculate Conception with mass before the annual Powder Puff game. The Senior girls won the game 25-0. 

CHRISTmas Spirit!

NHS student Nicoletta Russo organized the chapter  to make and to send Christmas cards to a young boy suffering with terminal cancer. Nicoletta is pictured with a small portion of the cards created by her and the other members of the NHS.

Evening of Service

On November 27th, the NHS performed an evening of service at the Southern New Jersey Ronald McDonald House. NHS students prepared and served a homemade dinner and dessert to the many families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Families stay there for a minimal fee while their children undergo treatment at area hospitals.The students who participated were:

Sara Guevara, Mac Fabrico, Jules Paolini, Sam McGlynn, Gianna Perna,  Nicoletta Russo, Molly Miller,  Alexa DePalma,  Arrianna Powers, Gianna Dinnini, , Alex Amato, Emily Jost, Jacob Battersby, and Bobby Dees

Saint Joseph Alumni Mass

On Sunday, November 19, 2017 St. Joseph Alumni Association hosts the annual Alumni Memorial Mass. 

Fall C.A.L. All-Stars!

Saint Joseph High School is represented by many Fall All-Stars. To become an All-Star you have to be among some of the best in the league. Then all of the coaches from all teams in the C.A.L meet and vote on who deserves the top spots. Congratulations to all of the Fall All-Stars!

Letters of Intent!

On Monday, November 13, 2017 Saint Joseph students signed letters of intent to college. Gianna Morganti – Rider University for Field Hockey, Sara Rabuertas – Caldwell University for Softball, and Ryan Stansbury – Chestnut Hill for Baseball. More photos are located in the photo gallery!

Matchbox Discovery!

Science labs can be a fun way for students to reinforce concepts they learn during lecture, however, I personally feel students need extra motivation to make this time more constructive. Simply reading and following a detailed procedure only proves students can follow directions, and not necessarily that they understand the lab and its purpose. Discovery allows student’s curiosity to motivate them to solve a practical problem, and to be guided by their own personal scientific experience. As scientists striving to make a discovery, our students will attempt an experiment, and adjust steps in the procedure to accommodate their classroom conditions. Students are much more engaged with one another, asking questions, inspiring each other, and eager to share their ideas and lab results.

Today during Discovery, students were able to observe objects moving at a constant speed, and objects moving with changing speed. Incorporating a blast from the past, students used hot wheels tracks and toy cars to understand concepts taught during lecture, however, they explored and successfully navigated concepts that they may not be taught until later in the year. Learning can be fun, and when you’re able to teach yourself it can be that much more satisfying. Check out our St. Joseph students hard at work in the lab making discovery possible!

SGA Induction!

On November 1, 2017, St. Joseph High School celebrated All Saints Day with mass. The Student Government Association inducted its new members during the end of the mass.

Please click here to see the photo gallery of the SGA Induction

 

Homecoming King & Queen!

 

King and Queen:  Sincere Tapp and Samantha McGlynn

Senior Class Court:  (Left to Right):   Sean Heffner, Mackenzie Fabrico, Sincere Tapp, Samantha McGlynn, Jacob Brennan and Gabriella Scocca

Entire Court :  (Left to Right): 

Freshman Escort Jonathan Champa, Freshman Representative Marissa DiGerolamo

Sophomore Escort Frank Donio, Sophomore Representative Hope Hansen

(Seniors) Sean Heffner, Mackenzie Fabrico, King-Sincere Tapp, Queen-Samantha McGlynn, Jacob Brennan, Gabriella Scocca

Junior Representative Piper Byrne and Junior Escort Ian Brown

St. Joseph Pride Day!

 

Saint Joseph High School celebrates Pride Day for the upcoming homecoming weekend. The football team beat the Prep adding to the excitement and spirit of St. Joseph High School Pride!

St. Joseph Volleyball

 

Saint Joseph High School volleyball players Mac Fabrico and Claire Swift earn over a 100 kills on the court this season!

St. Joseph Volleyball

 

Saint Joseph High School volleyball player Samantha McGlynn earns her 750th assist in Monday nights game against Lower Cape May. 

St. Joseph HS Attends Blue Mass

September 29, 2017

Saint Joseph High School students joined Bishop Dennis Sullivan at the Camden Diocese Blue Mass on Setpember 29, 2017 to honor and pray for all of those who serve our communities in uniform. Fr. Allain Caparas and Mrs. Sonya Heard accompanied SJHS students to the event.

Seton Hall Ceremony!

September 25, 2017
St. Joseph High School and Seton Hall University signed a dual-credit partnership on September 25, 2017. An initiative of St. Joseph’s Pathway to College Program, students are able to earn college credits while still in high school. The partnership with Seton Hall will potentially save St. Joseph High School students thousands of dollars in college tuition and place them on an advanced track entering college.

   

Father Allain B. Caparas, President/Principal of St Joseph High School signs a partnership agreement with Ms. Francesca Phillippy, Assistant Director of Project Acceleration at Seton Hall University.
 
From left to right: Dr. Christopher Kaiser (Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, Seton Hall), Ms. Louise Fourney (Director of Guidance, St. Joseph), Jack Gibison (12th Grade, SJHS), Keith Clayton (12th Grade, SJHS), Fr. Allain B. Caparas (President/Principal, SJHS), Dr. Peter Shoemaker (Dean of Arts and Sciences, Seton Hall)
 

Beautiful Landscaping!

Beautiful landscaping by Ben Castone Landscaping gives St. Joseph a fresh new look.

Breakfast For New Students!

September 19, 2017
Saint Joseph High School hosts breakfast for all new 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students as well as new International students. Father Caparas, welcomes new students and speaks to them about having a great, successful school year!

    

Bishop Sullivan Celebrates Mass at Saint Joseph High School

September 18, 2017
Saint Joseph High School, opened the week with the schools first mass of the year. Bishop Sullivan celebrated mass to the student body as well as local parishioners. He spoke to the students about focusing themselves into the school year not only on academics, sports, and clubs, but to mainly focus on their lives with Christ.

  

SNJ Today's Game of the Week

Congratulations on being selected as SNJ Today’s Game of the Week for September 15th. The match up between St. Joseph and Holy Spirit will be broadcasted via facebook live for everyone to see. To drive more people to view the game, please share the following video on your social media pages. PREVIEW HERE 

Our broadcast will begin at 6:50pm for the 7pm kick off. Please also direct people to our website, SNJToday.com, for more information about watching the replay of the game at a later time and highlights on our Locker Room show.

 Pre-game tickets can be purchased through Holy Spirit.  Students/seniors are $2.00 and Adults are $4.00

Back To School

Father Caparas starts the school year off with freshman orientation. Each class held their own orientation day reviewing the handbook, new technology, having their pictures taken, and going through their schedule. On Monday, September 11, 2017 the seniors will attend their orientation. The entire student body will be in on Tuesday for a full day of classes. Good luck to everyone this year!

New Computer Lab in the Making!

Mr. Falciani 97′ and his father Joseph “Jokey” Falciani 66′ remodeled the Media Center Computer Lab this summer. Mr. Falciani gutted the classroom in June at the end of the school year. At the end of July they put up scaffolding and began painting the room. Later in that week the two installed new carpet. The new look and feel has already motivated students for the upcoming school year. We would like to thank Angelo D’Salvo Masonry of Hammonton for donating his scaffold to be used. We would also like to thank Lou Mazzas Flooring of America from Hammonton as well for donating the carpet that the Falciani’s installed!

St. Joseph Partners with St. Peter's University

Saint Joseph High School, Hammonton, has signed a partnership agreement with Saint Peter’s University of Jersey City, N.J.

The partnership begins with a dual credit program scheduled to begin in the fall. Saint Peter’s has approved six of the high school’s courses for Saint Peter’s University college credits. The university is also looking into a pilot summer program for the high school’s students entering ninth grade. It is an eight-day intensive program that will cover topics in the areas of career development, academic success and possibly SAT/ACT and college preparation workshops as well. More>>>

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