St. Joseph High School (Victoria, Texas)

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St. Joseph High School
Address
110 East Red River Street
Victoria, Texas, (Victoria County) 77901
United States
Coordinates 28°47′39″N 97°0′28″W / 28.79417°N 97.00778°W / 28.79417; -97.00778Coordinates: 28°47′39″N 97°0′28″W / 28.79417°N 97.00778°W / 28.79417; -97.00778
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1868
President William McArdle
Principal William McArdle
Chaplain Fr. Michael Rother
Grades 912
Enrollment 411 (2008-09)
 • Grade 9 133
 • Grade 10 103
 • Grade 11 97
 • Grade 12 78
Student to teacher ratio 14:1
Hours in school day 7:50-3:00
Color(s) Blue and White         
Slogan "You'll love the journey"
Athletics conference TAPPS 5A
Team name Flyers
Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools [1]
Yearbook Excelsior
Athletic Director Abraham Garcia
Website

St. Joseph High School is a co-educational, private Roman Catholic college preparatory high school in Victoria, Texas, USA. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Victoria in Texas.

Background[edit]

St. Joseph High School is a private Catholic school governed by an independent Board of Directors. Backed by more than a century of educational excellence, the original commitment of the founder to provide value-centered education and extracurricular opportunities still remains. STJ was founded in 1868 by Reverend Augustine Gardet as a school to educate young men. In 1906 the Society of Mary assumed operation of the school. In 1970 St. Joseph High School became under the supervision of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament. At this time the school entered into the sharing of faculty and facilities with Nazareth Academy, a school for young women. In 1975 STJ became a co-educational high school. [2]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ SACS-CASI. "SACS-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Archived from the original on April 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-23. 
  2. ^ "History of St. Joseph High School". St. Joseph High School website. Retrieved October 5, 2016. 

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