St. Joseph's Catholic School is a private, Roman Catholic, co-educational college-preparatory school serving over 600 students in grades 6-12 throughout the greater Greenville community. Founded in 1993 in response to the need for Catholic secondary education in the Upstate, the school is recognized and approved by and within the Diocese of Charleston, accredited by the South Carolina Independent School Association, and a member of the South Carolina High School League.
Situated on a beautiful 36-acre campus centrally located in Greenville County, the school provides a rigorous liberal arts curriculum with challenging college-preparatory, honors, and Advanced Placement classes utilizing both co-educational (high school) and single-gender (middle school) instruction. The school's spiritual environment, rooted in the teachings of the Catholic Church, helps to create a joyful, Christ-centered school in which students can learn and grow. St. Joseph's also offers more than 100 co-curricular activities, including athletics and fine arts, as well as academic, leadership, service, and personal enrichment clubs and organizations.
The school maintains a 100% college acceptance rate and has produced a number of National Merit Finalists and State Championship sports teams. During the 2011-2012 school year alone, twelve seniors out of a class of 71 students were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, with ten being named National Merit Finalists and two named National Merit Commended Students. As a whole, the Class of 2012 was offered college scholarship and grant money in excess of seven million dollars, with sixty-eight members (96%) of the class receiving scholarship offers. Finally, the school enjoyed unprecedented success in athletics, with all sports teams reaching the playoffs, and five teams—baseball, cross-country, golf, soccer, and volleyball—winning state championships.
- Named one of America's Best Catholic High Schools
(National Catholic High School Honor Roll 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
- Exceptional SAT/ACT scores and AP Pass Rates