This morning, the $1,000 prize check from AIST's "The Real Steel" video contest was given to the principal from participating students and teacher Mr. Wes.
Three students participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (PA-JSHS) this year.
G and her students wore their Alle-Kiski Arts Consortium shirts today. Make sure to check out the exhibit at Penn State New Kensington by the end of March!
It's an exciting day for our sophomores! At lunch, a Jostens representative was taking orders for class rings. Sophomores will receive their rings as juniors next fall during the annual Ring Day ceremony.
2014 PRSEF students at Heinz Field
SJHS senior STAFF members hosting an Xplorathon for and grade students from Mary Queen of Apostles.
Congratulations to our 2014 Carson Scholar, Billy Aikins Kate Kletzli Julianna Nichols Dillion Schetley and Isabelle Schroder were also recognized this year as former scholars.
The Robotics and Engineering classes have been very busy! Sophomores are using the CAD systems to design a gear train that will operate a clock. When finished, the gears and parts will be created on the printer!
Congratulations to Caroline Lindey who received the place over-all trophy in the Impromptu category at the Keystone Oaks Invitational Speech Tournament on April
Some members of Shrek the Musical rehearsing in a hallway of the Sci/Tech Building.
One sunny October, we tried taking a picture of students jumping in front of the Sci/Tech building. Unfortunately, it didn't work out so well.
STAFF leaders host an Xplorathon for Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament.
Congratulations to seniors Leonard Morris and Sean Palmer who each received a "Squire of the Body of Christ" award at St. Mary the Assumption Church in Glenshaw on Sunday, March This prestigious award is the highest honor of the Columbian Squires.
The St. Joe's PJAS team at the Region 7 competition last Saturday.
Billy Aikins '15 was recognized by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of the Pittsburgh Arts Program. Billy's artwork, which included two mosaics, won Gold and Silver Keys in the regional Scholastic Art Awards. Billy also placed in the regional Scholastic Writing Awards. He won a Silver Key for his dramatic script entry and an Honorable Mention in the short story category.
Robotics/Engineering students working on their project outside of the Sci/Tech Building.