Education at St. Joseph Hill Academy begins at three years old in the school’s pre-kindergarten program. The curriculum runs through the twelfth grade on the other end.
St. Joseph Hill Academy is a Catholic school operated by the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Charity. The school has enrolled a total of about 1,000 students. About 550 of those are at the elementary level in a co-ed setting. The high school teaches approximately 450 girls.
In addition to academics, elementary school students have great athletic options available to them. These include baseball, basketball, golf, cheerleading, soccer, swimming, and track.
At the high school level, the curriculum is squarely focused on academics and intended to be a college preparatory experience. Girls study religion, English, Global Studies, History, Government, Math, Science, and Foreign Language. In addition, music appreciation courses are taken along with computer training and physical education.
The St. Joseph Hill High School computer and technology lab is very advanced and designed to give girls a leg up on the uses of technology for educational purposes in order to prepare them for college.
Extracurricular activities at the high school level include varsity and JV basketball, bowling, cheerleading, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball for athletics. Clubs available at St. Joseph Hill High School include American Cancer Society, Amnesty International, Asian Club, Autism Awareness, Awareness and Action for Peace, Bowling Club, Dance Team, Drama Club, Forensics, French Club, Habitat for Humanity, Italian Club, Literary Club, Math Team, Mock Trial, Students Against Animal Cruelty, Saint Joseph Hill Singers, Trashbusters, and a whole lot more.