ACADEMICS

St. Joseph School is a private, non-profit Catholic school serving students in grades TK - 8.  At St. Joseph, our school staff serves to build a strong sense of unity and faith, and plays a vital role in establishing an environment of enthusiastic learning.  

 
Academic Achievement
  • Math proficiency scores 16% higher than​ Fremont's top-performing public schools
  • English and Math test scores consistently among the nation's highest
  • Inquiry-based STEAM program 
  • Student supported learning environment
Curriculum
  • Accredited through Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) through 2024

  • Curriculum aligned with Common Core guidelines

  • Technology integration at every grade level

  • Jr High one-to-one student ipads

  • Mobile laptop carts and student ipads for use in the classrooms

  • Spanish, Art, Music, PE, and Religion are part of the curriculum

  • Full-Day Transitional Kindergarten

  • Full-Day Kindergarten

  • Life Skills and Standards Based Grading 

Support and Extracurricular
  • Comprehensive Learning Support Program

  • Extended Day Care Program

  • On-site hot lunch through Choicelunch

  • Outdoor Education Camps for Grades 6 and 8

  • Sports programs through the Catholic Youth Organization CYO

  • After school clubs/activities such as Chess, Choir, Drama, Math Olympiad, and Journalism

Staff
  • Dedicated and caring Faculty and Staff

  • Qualified and credentialed teachers

  • Instructional assistants in each classroom 

  • Learning Support Coordinator and teaching assistants

  • Student Counselor

  • Safe environment program for staff and volunteers

Facilities
  • Individual classrooms for grades Transitional Kinder - 8th grade

  • A new stand-alone building for our Full-Day Transitional Kindergarten and Full-Day Kindergarten

  • Beautiful grounds including a garden area

  • Science Lab in Junior High

  • On-site school library

  • Two playgrounds for Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten and Elementary/Junior High students

  • A resource/learning support area

  • One-to-one iPads in Junior High (6-8)

  • iPads, laptops, document cameras, and FrontRow sound amplification in the classrooms