St. Joseph’s High School
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800 Willoughby Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

(718) 624-3618
website Type of school: Catholic, All-girls

Principal: Sister Joan Gallagher, CSJ

Student population: 276

Number of teachers: 31

Average class size: 25

Extracurricular activities: Basketball, STEP team, Cheerleading, Dance, Choir, Speech Team, Newspaper, Student Council, CSJ Leaders, Track Club, Glamor Gals, Spanish Club, Culture Club, City Explorers Club

Open house date: Thursday, October 29, 5:50 to 7:30 p.m.

Admission director: Sister Joan Gallagher, CSJ, (718) 624-3618

Percent of last year’s seniors attending college: 97%

Top 2009 academic seniors attended which universities?: St. Joseph’s College, CNR, Binghamton, NYU, St. Francis College

Which colleges are the most graduates attending?: St. Joseph’s College, St. Francis College

Do you offer college credit courses?: Yes

Academic admission requirements: TACHS score, grade average,

and personal progress.

School motto: “Nurturing Dreams, Creating Futures”

Statement: St. Joseph’s is an all-female environment that fosters respect and a strong self identity. Administration, faculty, and staff are skilled educators committed to providing the best learning environment for your daughter. We have a retreat program that is central to our mission, as well as small class sizes to assist student achievement. The Speech Team captivates audiences with poise and prestige as public speakers, and students intern at the Archdiocesan Radio Station, Simpson, Bartlett & Thatcher Law Firm, Smack Mellon Art Gallery, and other agencies that tests their leadership. Glamour Gals rise up and reach out, rejuvenating local senior citizen homes and receive recognition for their community service. Our students publish Parmentier Newspaper - an expanding publication with archives on the web and known for its on the spot reporting and excellent editorials, Parmentier received the 2009 Diocesan Newspaper Awards Honorable Mention

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