For 150 years the students at St. Joseph’s Catholic School have been taught in the rich Catholic tradition of educating students to be responsible members of society. We believe that students acquire the basic building blocks for learning at an early age and therefore we strive to instill a strong academic foundation that can be built upon for life. Students learn through a multi-sensory approach that encompasses basic skills acquisition, higher level thinking, and collaboration with others. Classroom instruction is delivered in a multitude of ways so all students’ learning styles are met. Within each classroom students are encouraged to be creative thinkers while developing wholesome attitudes and habits for learning.
St. Joseph’s Catholic School strongly believes in educating the whole child and providing ample learning opportunities. In addition to the academic curriculum, our students are able to develop their talents in fine arts, sports, technology, and community service. The school staff endeavors to instill a life-long love of learning rooted in strong Catholic values.
The school curriculum is designed by the Office of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Savannah and is accredited by Cognia. A general overview of grade level objectives can be found here.