St. Joseph School Catholic School
850 Wakefield Street, West Warwick, RI 02893
St. Joseph School
Openings in Early Childhood, Elementary and Middle School Classes
St. Joseph School (SJS), 850 Wakefield St., West Warwick, is a NEASC accredited Catholic school. SJS provides a faith-filled, academically challenging, and enriching experience for students from preschool (3 years old) through grade 8.
Focused on educating the whole child, SJS offers more than a rigorous learning environment with committed faculty. Our students compete in competitive athletics, they perform in theater and choir, and they develop leadership skills in student government. Most importantly, we try to help all students grow in faith, confidence and wisdom.
SJS sudents are accepted into the finest Catholic high schools in the area, including: Bishop Hendricken, The Prout School, and LaSalle Academy where they continue to thrive.
The school office is open this summer for any questions you may have. For more information or to schedule a personal tour, call the school secretary at (401) 821-3450. You may also visit us online at www.sjsww.org.
St. Joseph parishioners who are new to the school and who are active in the life of the church community are eligible for a registration waiver at St. Joseph School. Call the school office for more information and schedule a tour.
Pre-K to Grade 8
The philosophy of St. Joseph School is to provide a quality, Catholic Christian educational program within an engaging and relevant environment. A continual effort is made to develop the whole child: spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally.
Toward this end, emphasis at St. Joseph School is placed on the cultivation of Catholic Christian values and attitudes: love of God, love of self, and love of neighbor. Religious instruction and spiritual experience enrich the basic educational objectives.
St. Joseph School prepares children to thrive in a rapidly changing world while holding steadfastly to their faith and values. Recognizing parents as the first educators, a sincere effort is made to develop a positive working relationship between parents and school personnel.