Welcome to Our School
St. Joseph High School will open its doors to Grade 10 – 12 students in September 2017. Located in the fast growing north-east quadrant of Red Deer we are a publicly funded school welcoming students of all faiths desiring a Catholic education. The modern design of the school is intended to facilitate collaborative, authentic learning.
With a Gospel view of life, students are called to grow spiritually, academically, socially, culturally and physically. Our Catholic faith will be nurtured and experienced in all classes, celebrations, and prayer.
Please visit us to find out why St. Joseph High School is right for you.
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Open House - May 9, 2017
Posted on May 2 2017
All students and their families who will be attending St. Joseph High School for the 2017 - 2018 school year are invited to an open house, May 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. This is a drop-in style event where you will have a chance to tour the school,…
13 Reasons Why
Posted on Apr 27 2017
The Netflix series 13 Reasons Why is trending nationally, as well as in our school community. It is generating controversy and concern amongst mental health authorities and school officials. While we are unaware of any specific incidents related to…
Grade 10 Parent Orientation and Open House
Posted on Mar 23 2017
All incoming Grade Nine students and parents are invited to attend the Student and Parent Orientation and Open House, April 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph High School. The evening will consist of a brief overview of high school and then an opportunity…
Provincial Curriculum Survey
Posted on May 15 2017
Interested in becoming involved in provincial curriculum development? Alberta Education is looking for general feedback on what students will learn (scope) and when they will learn it (sequence) until June 2, 2017. Complete the online…
Congratulations to our Distinguished Leadership Award recipient
Posted on May 9 2017
Congratulations to Jodi Smith, Principal at École Mother Teresa Catholic School who has been selected as a recipient of the Distinguished Leadership Award by the Council for School Leadership of the Alberta Teachers' Association.…