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EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD

St. Josaphat Parish School programs are essential pieces of our instructional day.  Although not directly linked to academics, they ensure all students have access to an array of healthy experiences that promote spiritual, social, emotional and physical well-being.

CLUBS, PROGRAMS AND MORE

ROBOTICS
ROBOTICS

In partnership with the Milwaukee School of Engineering,  after-school Lego League Clubs meet in the STEM lab where students in grades 5 - 8 learn basic engineering principles using Legos and more.  Visiting MSOE students and SJPS staff lead fun-filled sessions throughout the year.

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MEXICAN DANCE
MEXICAN DANCE

Mexican Dance class is offered fall semester for ALL interested SJPS students. Classes are held in the evening in our school gym.

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CONCESSIONS CLUB
CONCESSIONS CLUB

This club is open to middles school students who are willing and able to attend weekend sports events. Students help with inventory and sales under the direction of Mr. Schubert.

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BAND
BAND

Band is available to students in grades 5 - 8. Classes are held during the school day with two major performances annually.

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VIOLIN
VIOLIN

Violin instruction is open to students in grades 1 - 4 with lessons provided during the school day. Students participate in two major performances annually.

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AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK HELP
AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK HELP

After school Homework help is provided to students in grades 1 - 8 every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm.

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KOZY PARK After School Care
KOZY PARK After School Care

The Milwaukee Christian Center After School Program located directly across the street at Koscuiszko Community Center serves SJPS students between the ages of 6-18. Activities include homework help, daily access to a large gym and gameroom, and much more.

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8th Grade Grad Club
8th Grade Grad Club

Open to 8-grade students who wish to plan end-of-year events and activities.

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