Absolutely the worst experience of my life. Great academics, but the worst students, rules, and athletics there is in Northern Kentucky. If you want to be emotionally and socially prepared for high school, do not go here. To improve this school, they should take a step out of the 1950's. More of a reform school for students with careless parents.
This is a wonderful school that prepares children well for high school and life in general. The academics and religion program are tops. We have a caring faculty, and the families that attend the school are friendly and supportive. There are plans to build a gym and more classrooms for the middle school soon. The sports program is run by parents.
SJA is a great school, great families and great focus on religion. Children here need a sports program. Religion is #1 here, Academics is #2. I attended this school for 8 years and felt socially unaware and naive once I entered a public/independent school. Offering more opportunities to mix with the outside world would have been helpful.
This school is a good school for the growing mind, and allows for a easy start into the educational field. The teacher's are very friendsly but strict at the same time. (A good combo if you ask me). I attented St. Joe's for eight years, and now I attend college and owe every bit of my academic achievements to that school. In other word's it's remarkable, and you will grow up never forgetting it.