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Committed to Academic Excellence and
Developing Life-Long Learners

Sts. Joseph and John School has been instilling Catholic values, setting high standards for academic excellence, and developing positive attitudes for service in its students for nearly seventy years.

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Our Mission

Sts. Joseph and John School is founded upon the three fundamental principles of our educational mission: Values, Academic Excellence, and Service.  It fosters in the minds of our students a devotion to character, a passion for learning, and commitment to public service.

  • Values – nurture the development of character through lessons in ethics, morals, and Catholic values.

  • Academic Excellence – dedicated to excellence in education and developing a love of learning.

  • Service – cultivates the value of giving back to the community and helping others.

Sts. Joseph and John School lives the values and teachings our Catholic faith, serves as Jesus served and encourages lifelong learning.

We, the faculty and staff of Sts. Joseph and John School, recognize the dignity of the individual. To that end, as a school community we endeavor to live and work by the following:

  • We believe the purpose of a Catholic education is to educate the whole child physically, academically, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and spiritually according to the Gospel message
  • We are committed to helping children become confident, self-directed and life-long learners
  • We are committed to challenging children, within a respectful learning environment, to reach their God-given potential
  • We believe that the school curriculum should be Christ-centered and act as a guide in the education of the whole student
  • We believe that our instruction should be organized and varied to meet the unique needs of all our students and should provide opportunities for every student to achieve success
  • We are committed to using ongoing and varied assessment to guide instruction
  • We believe that self-evaluation allows for continuous improvement in all areas
  • We believe that the leadership for continuous improvement is the responsibility of the school administration in collaboration with the clergy, faculty, staff, students and parents
  • We are committed to encouraging an atmosphere of acceptance, cultural persity and unity
  • We believe that the primary responsibility for faith formation lies within the family with the support of the school and parish communities
  • We are committed to providing opportunities for students to experience their faith through active involvement in our celebrations of Mass and prayer services, sacramental education, and service activities
  • We believe that service should be practiced throughout the school year by all grade levels as a response to Christ’s call to serve
  • We believe that students will give witness to Jesus through their words and actions by learning the beliefs and traditions of the Catholic faith

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See what our students and faculty have been up to!

April Letter from the Principal

Dear Parents, As we head into April and prepare for Easter and Spring Break, please continue to be vigilant about social distance, wearing masks and remembering what we do outside of school affects our entire school community. Thank you for [...]

Mrs. Basch’s Spring Art Club!

Art Club is a chance for students to create art projects led by Mrs. Basch in a fun, relaxed, and informal setting. We will be focused on creativity, exploring new art materials, and having fun! Who: The first 7 in [...]

We are Blessed to Have 580 Students Learning at SJJ

Contact Info

12580 Pearl Road, Strongsville, OH 44136

Phone: 440-238-4877

Fax: 440-238-8745

Mrs. Angela Bosko, Little Vikings Preschool Director
abosko@sjjschool.org

Mr. Joseph Akosi, Principal
jakosi@sjjschool.org

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