Thank you for an incredible year! Have a safe and blessed summer, we will see everyone in the Fall!
We have had a busy few days here! We had P4 & Kindergarten graduation, field day, academic awards & recognition. It’s been a great year here at St. Joseph Academy! *Audio of event has been disabled due to privacy
Thank you to Governor Matt Bevin and Smile for Brooklyn for having us be a part of this special day.
Join us for our July Scrapbooking event. You do not have to be associated with St. Joseph Academy, we only want you to come have fun and craft with us! Download the registration form here. If you have any questions, please contact Susan Schappacher at (859)485-9197 home (513)226-8116 mobile or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Joseph Academy of Walton, KY is pleased to announce that May 19th, 2017 will be officially been proclaimed “DIPG Awareness Day” & May will be Brain Cancer Awareness Month in the state of Kentucky by Governor Matthew Bevin. Brooklyn Smith — a former student of St. Joseph Academy — was diagnosed with DIPG in January… [Read More]
Thank you to everyone who donated to Feeding God’s Children. Our students went above and beyond for the Rose Garden Mission.
Each year, BookFest brings middle school students, teachers, and chaperons to the NKU campus to celebrate the enjoyment of reading and writing. By participating in BookFest, students get the opportunity to: Meet an author, discuss books they have read, participate in workshops with experts on literary themes and topics related to the books and win… [Read More]
Middle School students participated in a five-day Public Speaking Workshop led by a trained arts educator from Playhouse in the Park. They used drama techniques and other arts-related activities. The goals of the Public Speaking Workshop were to “understand communication methodologies to enable effective conversations, identify key details of the story/text, learn vocal technique for… [Read More]
Brooklyn Smith January 4th, 2011 – April 27th, 2017 It is with a heavy heart that we have lost a true friend…a family member if you will. Brooklyn Smith joined our St. Joseph Academy Family in the spring of 2014. She was just 3 years old and a little shy in the beginning, until she… [Read More]
Our classroom transforms into a stage for students to apply public speaking and acting tactics and techniques. Book talks provide an opportunity for students to get in front of the classroom and promote a book they recently read. Not only do students learn about books available in our library but also we are creating a… [Read More]