Adult members of St. Joseph Parish provide excellent role models for the students through active support of the parish and by membership in numerous service organizations. Students are given many opportunities to develop responsibility in serving the school and parish during the school and parish during the school year.
Through daily interactions and service projects, the students learn leadership, cooperation, teamwork and the ability to solve problems in a mature, responsible manner. Under the cooperative guidance of their parents and teachers, our students acquire the life skills necessary to become successful and productive members of society. Whether their adult lives will be spent in the Sinsinawa community or elsewhere, an education at St. Joseph School prepares our students to meet their future responsibilities to God, self and others.
The WRISAA, Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Accrediting Association accredit St. Joseph Catholic School. We are associated with the Diocese of Madison.
Our Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) cumulative scores are 80% higher. Most notably... In the past 20 years, St. Joseph Catholic School has had over a dozen graduates go on to be Valedictorians of our local high schools in the tri-state area.