MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

FROM ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL
ST.CROIX, VIRGIN ISLANDS!


Play a Christmas carol sung by the St. Joseph High School Choir on December 20, 1999 by clicking on the play control below. (You may have to wait several minutes until the audio file loads.)




Read about Hurricane Lenny at St. Joseph High School.Teachers can use the article in their lesson plans by having their students graph and interpret the barometric data. Go to HURRICANE LENNY HITS ST.CROIX



Welcome to the St.Joseph High School Home Page, the first school home page from the beautiful tropical island of St. Croix of the United States Virgin Islands.



Started on 8/31/96. Updated on 12/21/99.



ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB

PLANTS TREES ON THE CAMPUS


Go to the story and photos of this St.Joseph High School environmental activity by clicking on the thumbnail photo of the tree planting below.



ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL HAS A NEW SIGN

FROM THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

Go to the large photo of the sign and a photo of one part of our beautiful campus from behind the office area by clicking on the thumbnail photo of the sign below.




St. Joseph High School is a Diocesan Catholic High School . It is a co-educational college preparatory high school. Part of its Mission Statement reads: "S.J.H.S is committed to the Christian Growth of each individual. It has a primary responsibility to integrate the various facets of the students' education, and to develop a whole person in a faith community. This responsibility entails having an atmosphere in which spiritual, academic, and social growth are achieved in each individual. The result of the process should develop responsible and participating members of the church and society...."

"S.J.H.S. has a responsibility to pass on the faith, to academically prepare young men and women for a promising future, to teach the value of discipline and to instill in the students the importance of service to those in need."

"S.J.H.S. is one of the leading educational institutions on the island and territory. It prepares persons to take on high tech positions to better the community, the society and the church."

"The administration commits itself to insure that S.J.H.S. has the teachers, equipment, alumni and parental involvement that the school needs in order to become even stronger than it is today."



St. Joseph High School also has a web site at GEOCITIES. This site is mirrored there except for some minor changes in some of the files. From here you can go to ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL AT GEOCITIES



From here you can go to the THE 1998-99 ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL STARTING PAGE



From here you can go to the THE 1997-98 ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL STARTING PAGE and from there you can go and check out the news of the previous years. Nothing has been deleted and with good surfing you can see all of the files and photos posted during the past two school years.



Attention St.Joseph High School graduates: If you would like to have your email address and location listed on this page let us know.


ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ADDRESSES

Send email to tmeyerar@nmsu.edu, Trudy Meyer-Arrieta, a class of 1968 graduate who is now at Dona Ana Branch Community College, Las Cruces, New Mexico.


Send email to Malvira@aol.com, Mariela Alvira, a class of 1995 graduate who is attending college at Atlanta, Georgia.


Ernest Morris, a 1996 graduate who is mentioned above, has a home page at Yale University. It has links to many other graduates of St.Joseph High School. Go to the THE HOMEPAGE OF ERNEST MORRIS at Yale University.


Send email to shomari@bu.edu, Shomari Moorehead, a class of 1995 graduate.


Shomari Moorehead also has a home page. Check out his website at THE HOME PAGE OF SHOMARI MOOREHEAD


Send email to josephl@qualcomm.com , Joseph Lewis, a class of 1979 graduate. The class of 1979 is planning their 20th anniversary reunion later in 1999.


Send email to Nscruzan@aol.com , Norma Malave, a class of 1968 graduate who now resides in Naples, Florida.


Send email to Crucianet@aol.com , Edwin Torres, a class of 1984 graduate who currently is a Senior Patrol Agent with the U.S. Border patrol in Douglas, Arizona. He is planning to move to St. Thomas.


Send email to af895@virgin.usvi.net, James Garcia, Class of 1999.



This page was designed by James A. Petrait. Comments may be sent to him at the email address below.

© 1996-99, James A. Petrait




Send e-mail to James A. Petrait: jpetrait@earthling.net

Send e-mail to St.Joseph High School, Building 2 (Give the name of the recipient): sjhs@islands.vi


School Mailing Address: (Sr. Claina Letang, ICM, Principal)

St.Joseph High School, Plot 3, Route 2, Frederiksted, St.Croix, VI 00840.

Phone: 340-692-2455

School Fax: 340-692-2458.


Send email to kakan@viaccess.net, Sr.Claina Letang, ICM, Principal.



SOME OTHER LINKS


From here you can link to the THE CYBERGALAXY OF JAMES A. PETRAIT which is the host for the St.Joseph High School Home Page.


Students may send messages into the universe at the PROJECT SETI COMMUNICATIONS STATION.


You may read the messages sent into the universe at MESSAGES SENT INTO THE UNIVERSE


Teachers and students may now participate in THE BACKGROUND RADIATION SURVEY PROJECT.



Visit the first Catholic Parish on St.Croix to have a homepage at ST. JOSEPH CHURCH, ST.CROIX, VI. This Catholic Parish Church is located next to St. Joseph High School and is where the students attend weekly Mass.


Go to the homepage for our U. S. Virgin Islands internet provider at the ISLANDS. VI WEBSITE.


Go to the homepage for the Caribbean On-Line Business Exchange at COBEX.


Go to the homepage for our islands at the U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS WEBSITE






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