Mission Statement:
Sts. Joseph and John Interparochial School is an integral part of St. Joseph Parish and St. John Neumann Parish. We share the Good News of the love of Jesus, instill a sense of hope for the future, and strive for excellence in education.

A National Blue Ribbon School:
SJJ has been recognized as a 2008 Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. SJJ is one of only 42 private elementary schools in the country to receive this prestigious award. The award recognizes schools that are academically superior and that serve as models for other schools throughout the nation.

School Beliefs:
Bound by charity to one another and to their students and penetrated by an apostolic spirit, the teachers aim to witness to Christ, the unique Teacher, by their lives as well as by their teachings. They pledge themselves to be persons deeply involved in continuing educational professionalism. They strive for a dynamic spirit that inspires them to a level of creativity higher than that of mere cooperation. (more>> http://www.sjjschool.org/beliefsgoals-beliefs.php)

School Goals:
Sts. Joseph and John School gratefully accepts partnership with parents in educating their children and strives to cooperate with parents in every way possible that together we may make Christ a very real Person in the lives of their children. We also wish to provide the best possible assistance to parents in their efforts. (more>> http://www.sjjschool.org/beliefsgoals-goals.php)

Our Faith:
At Sts. Joseph and John School, the religious formation of our students is of prime importance. Aside from daily structured Religion classes we encourage a spirit of prayer and service throughout the year.

Religious education is the foundation of our curriculum at Sts. Joseph and John School. Our staff, in conjunction with the religious education staff, creates an environment which allows students to experience their faith. We believe religion can be taught, but faith can only be caught. By providing an atmosphere full of opportunities for faith growth, we believe these opportunities include: actively involving the students in Mass and prayer service planning, sacramental education, and organization of serve projects.

Type: K-8
12580 Pearl Rd.
Strongsville, OH 44136
(440) 238-4877
sch_joenjohn@dioceseofcleveland.org
http://www.sjjschool.org

Principal: Darlene Thomas
Date of Open House: 1/25/2015

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