News - Achievements
Friday, June 15
Congratulations to the Class of 2018
St. Joseph School is proud you are part of our legacy.
Thursday, April 27
8th Grader Awarded Knott Scholarship
Congratulations to 8th grader Olivia Wayson who has been awarded a Knott Secondary Scholarship to attend Notre Dame Preparatory School beginning in September. The funds for this four-year, full-tuition scholarship will come from the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Scholarship Fund.
Friday, April 7
8th Grader Heads to District Level Oratoricals
Good luck to 8th grade student Sean Rogers! He heads to the Ocean City District Oratorical Contest, which will be held on Saturday, April 29.
Tuesday, February 7
Eight SJS Students Inducted into National Junior Honor Society
One of the nation's oldest and most prestigious organizations for middle school students, the National Junior Honor Society welcomed eight SJS students as new members in an induction ceremony held at the school last Thursday.
Friday, February 3
Mrs. Kelly Fick Named Teacher of the Year
As a fitting finale to Catholic Schools Week, the Knights of Columbus Father O’Neil Council honored Mrs. Kelly Fick, kindergarten faculty, with their Teacher of the Year award following today's School Mass. Congratulations, Mrs. Fick!
Friday, December 2
Timonium Optimist Club Recognizes Two 8th Grade Students as Leaders
As part of Youth Appreciation Week, the Timonium Optimist Club last night honored six local teenagers including two eighth grade SJS students, Oliva Wayson and Bobby Baird.
Tuesday, September 6
School Receives PBIS Award
The school's PBIS initiative, better known as the ROAR spirit program, received its official Bronze status on September 6. With this new designation, St. Joseph School has achieved the highest possible level for a new program participant school.
Sunday, April 24
St. Joseph School 8th grader Wins Oratorical Competition
Aidan Fritz wins District Level contest of the Optimist International organization's Oratorical Competition.
Tuesday, March 22
Class of 2016 Scholarship Offers Climb to $479,000
The Class of 2016 have received offers of grants and scholarships of $479,000.