~ St. Joseph Parish School: Teaching, Learning, Leading and Serving as the Hands of Christ ~

“At St. Joe’s, it is never really hard to find a friend – everyone welcomes each other and it makes you feel like you have not only a second home but a second family. People accept people for who they are here, which encourages us to never be afraid to be ourselves.”

~Olivia Mlada, 2016 graduate of SJPS

Early Childhood


Middle School

8th Annual Soles Walk for Catholic Education!

The Soles Walk happened on Saturday, October 17th.  Any donations can be brought to school by Friday, October 23rd.  On-line donations will remain open until November 20th.   TEXT SOLES69 to 71777

We appreciate your generosity!

SJPS Soles Walk Information and Pledge Form

St. Joseph Parish School Annual Fund

Our exceptional, faith based education is made possible by generous donations from Alumni, family, friends and Parishioners.

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Faith and Virtues

At St. Joseph Parish School we live our Faith daily with the children.  We understand the strong role a Catholic education provides.  We pray daily along with education in Religion as part of the curriculum.  We also join in weekly masses or prayer services.   We pass on our Catholic Faith as we seek Christ in our daily lives and help students fulfill their God-given potential.

Distance Learning

We are proud of our quick adjustment to Distance Learning during the spring 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic, that closed all schools in Wisconsin.  Due to your giving, we have 1:1 technology in our classrooms, allowing a seamless transition to learning at home.

The continuation of a face-to-face, positive, rigorous, and faith-filled virtual learning experience has made an incredible impact on our students. Every day, even when we’re apart, the faculty of SJPS are dedicated to helping our students grow in mind, body, and spirit.  We continued to promote a  viable Catholic identity and foster high standards of spiritual, academic and social growth.

Exceptional Students

SJPS educated 129 students from grades K3-8 during the 2019-20 school year.  The students grew in faith, knowledge, leadership, service and discipline.  SJPS standardized test scores are well above both local and national curriculum.  SJPS graduates are typically in the top 10% of their graduating high school class.