Academics at St. Joseph School
Providing high quality instruction through excellent academic, religious and co-curricular programs is an integral part of the mission of St. Joseph School.
The St. Joseph School curriculum is aligned with the national common core standards. The school is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (NAAS).
The WCEA/NAAS Visiting Committee, during its site visit in March 2010 as part of the accreditation process, commended St. Joseph School for exceptional work in curriculum development, academic programs and teacher professional development. In almost all areas of the visiting team report, St. Joseph School earned the highest mark of “highly effective” in achieving stated school improvement goals. St. Joseph School officially received the full six-year WCEA/NAAS accreditation, which is valid through June 2016.
View the St. Joseph School Process for School Improvement Self-Study 2009-2010 accreditation report as well as the Report of the Visiting Committee for a full overview of the accreditation process. The Schoolwide Learning Expectations are the foundation and guide for St. Joseph student learning as documented by the Process for School Improvement Self-Study.
Feel free to browse through each grade level and subject on the left. We hope that these previews will answer any questions you may have about academic life at St. Joseph School.