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Welcome to St. Joseph Consolidated School! We say with pride and resolve that, “Once you are a member of St. Joseph Consolidated School, you are family.” A little “family” history may provide a fuller picture of that defining characteristic.  

In May of 1869, St. Joseph opened its doors to students for the first time, becoming the first Catholic school in the Hamilton area.  The original school “house” remained in use until 1925, when the present building was dedicated.  But our story is far more than bricks and mortar.  In the 146 years that have come and gone, the many, many students and families who have passed through the doors of both of these buildings have created a rich tradition that we inherit today and upon which we continue to build.

In the late 1940’s, when St. Aloysius, Shandon, our neighboring parish in rural Butler county, went in search of a Catholic school to meet the needs of its parishioners, St. Joseph was in a position to welcome them into a new partnership.  Today, that enduring partnership, operating for the past 35-plus years as St. Joseph Consolidated School, stands as a unique example of caring and cooperation between two regional Catholic communities. Over the years, families from other Catholic communities, who lack access to a Catholic school, have been warmly welcomed into our extended school family.

In the spirit of St. Joseph, our patron, we work hard to equip every student with the tools to confidently meet the challenges of an increasingly complex world. Toward that end, we provide a rigorous academic experience in an environment permeated with Catholic values.  We believe our measurable success stems from a willingness to meet students where they are spiritually, academically, socially, and emotionally and take them as far as they can go. We never stop trying to go further;  to offer a fuller, more enduring and enriching experience.

We chose the three Latin words on our school crest Fides (faith), Consicus (knowledge), Beneficium (service)  to remind us all that our faith and knowledge should lead us to love and serve others. We sum this up in our message to graduates each year, “We hope that somewhere in the days you spent here at St. Joseph you learned the value of caring for others and the meaning of unselfish love.  No learning you may have acquired has more value than this.” We welcome any family to our community that shares this dream for their child/children.  

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Right to Read Week

St. Joseph will celebrate Right to Read with with many activities including a Scholastic Book Fair. Below are the activities we will enjoy.

March 27th: 'Merica Monday:  Students will wear Patriotic tops or Red/White/Blue tops with Uniform Bottoms

March 28th: "Camo" Tuesday:  Students will be out of uniform if they wear Any color camo or greens/browns/tan...  

March 29th: "Wake Up" Wednesday:  Students wear pajamas to school. No Slippers.  

March 30th:  "Colorful Camper" Thursday:  Students wear #sjcstradition class color shirts with uniform bottoms.  *We will take All school picture in Gym.  

March 31st:  "Blue Jeans and Flannel" Friday:  Students wear blue jeans, spiritwear shirt, and flannel.  We will have All School DEAR- Drop Everything and Read in Gym- all students read silently for 20 minutes.

*Everyday: students will DEAR:  Drop Everything and Read!  Students will read for 20 minutes silently with #sjcstradition flashlights

Principal's Challenge:  *Entire school will try to earn 1500 AR Points  March 24th through- April 6th. - If students earn that amount of points Mr. Hick's will have to sing a campfire song in front of the school on Thursday, April 6th and students will get a small "Smore Kit".  

*Bonus Challenge:  If students earn 1800 AR Points- Bob and Kevin will get to shoot Mr. Hicks with Marshmallow Shooter guns!  

Student Service Project:  Students will color bookmarks to give to local libraries

Fine Arts Fair

Drop in for a casual evening with the arts on Friday March 31. There will be musical performances on stage all evening starting at 7:00 PM until 7:40 PM. The St. Joseph’s students from K-8 will have their artwork displayed for all to see. Moms, Dads, Grandmas, Grandpas, Aunts and Uncles….All are welcome!
Artistic crafts and face painting provided by PTO will be held in the Art room.
Snacks and punch provided. Enjoy a Family evening out and come and go as you would like throughout the night.


The 7th Annual Jog N Jam is scheduled for Saturday 5/13/2017. If we have 80% of our student body and staff registered we will get an extra day off on Monday, May 15th! Students MUST be registered by April 20th to get the day off! Registration packets are available now from the school office or you can visit http:// to print one out. You can also go to To guarantee a shirt you need to be registered by April 20, 2017.

Mother Son Event

Please join us…
Thursday March 30
6pm-8pm West Chester Oh
7106 office Park Dr
$15 per mother/son
$5 each additional son
Pizza & Drinks will be provided by the PTO
Feel free to bring a snack to share…

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Right To Read Week
Date: 3/30/2017
All School Mass
Date: 3/30/2017, 8 AM 9 AM
Second Grade Spotlight
Date: 3/30/2017, 9 AM 10 AM
Mother Son Event- Get Air
Date: 3/30/2017, 6 PM 8 PM
Right To Read Week
Date: 3/31/2017