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Announcing Our New Champagnat Learning Center Director, Mrs. Ida Saenz

Announcing Our New Champagnat Learning Center Director, Mrs. Ida Saenz

We are very happy to welcome Mrs. Ida C. Saenz as the new Learning Center Director.

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New  Zspace Learning Lab brings virtual experiences to the new STEM Lab

New Zspace Learning Lab brings virtual experiences to the new STEM Lab

A new Zspace learning lab is an exciting addition in the new STEM classroom as part of Phase One of our Science Complex Project.

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Daily Announcements

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:      

Booklists by Subject for SJA students.   Click hyperlinks below by subject to print or view book lists.
Books can be purchased at the Follett Bookstore at UTRGV.

English      French & Spanish      Religious Studies       Science     Social Studies

Current Job Openings: 

Varsity Head Coaches positions for Boys & Girls Cross Country, Boys & Girls Track & Field, Boys Soccer and Girls Basketball
Cheerleading Coach  and Certified Athletic Trainer 

Registration Packet Revisions:   Please click here to view the registration information.   en español

Sports in the News:  Herald Awards Kai Money Top Honors   Memorial to "Chiquito" Carlos Emilio Rodriguez on KRGV-5   Sept 30 Victory over Hidalgo    SJA Victory over Raymondville.

Important Information & Links for Parents:

Click the link and print the form to report your volunteer service.  Parent Commitment Form for volunteer service.

Click Here to View the series of articles by local historian Carl Chilton on the history of Saint Joseph Academy   These articles have been consolidated in a new book with photos ranging the 150 years of SJA history.  Books are available at SJA and the Brownsville Historical Museum.  This book makes a great gift!

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Printable Calendar



Saint Joseph Academy is a faith-based college preparatory school, grades 7-12, with a 100% college acceptance rate and a 150-year tradition of exceptionally high educational and moral standards. Since the end of the Civil War, our school has been providing Catholic education to children of the lower Rio Grande Valley and Mexico, helping to prepare young men and women for university studies and life beyond.

The spirit of St. Joe is very special. For 150 years that spirit has lived on through our school, our faith and our mission.