We want to meet you.

Welcome to our virtual tour!

Thank you for your interest in Saint Joseph Academy. We may be far apart but we hope that our virtual tour will give you a glimpse at life as a Bloodhound. We love to meet all our prospective families in person but because it's not possible at this time, we're happy to schedule a phone call or virtual meeting. We can't wait to hear from you!

If watching our Virtual Tour left you wanting more information, then the next step is to speak our Director of Admissions. Click the link below and let's ZOOM!


Our Admission events may look different moving forward due to the pandemic, so please check back often for updates.


Our Virtual Open House has already happened but click the image below for an opportunity to watch the recorded version!


 

14206127_10153719387606447_8589897472089114749_o.jpg Bloodhound for a Day  

We invite interested students to shadow current students during the fall and spring semesters. To set up a shadow day, please call the Office of Admissions to set up a date. Send us an email requesting details at csolis@sja.us The student will be matched with a current student according to interests and will spend most of the day (8:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.) with that student and attend classes with them. 

 

 

 


campus tour 2019.JPGCampus Tours

Students enrolled in feeder schools visit the campus with other bloodhounds from 9:00 am-12:30 pm. Visitors hear from our administrators and students, tour the campus, participate in classes, and join us for lunch. If your school is not scheduled to visit our campus, please email the Office of Admissions at csolis@sja.us to sign up for a date to attend as a Bloodhound for a Day.



"When I arrived for my tour, I was immediately greeted into the beautiful campus with smiles and welcoming words. I got to meet some staff and students who were all so kind... at Saint Joe, it felt as if people cared about more than increasing their student population. They genuinely care about your well-being and making you feel included in the Bloodhound family; and of course, your faith."

-Salsa Lane '18