Welcome to Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School. We are very glad that you are interested in learning more about us. We are dedicated to preparing your child to be successful in High School and beyond. Our Admissions office will work closely with you throughout the admissions process, and we are here to address any questions or concerns you may have. It is our goal to unlock your child’s potential as he/she come to realize his/her talents and passions.
For more information on applying and/or touring one or both of our campuses, please contact Mary Aperavich, Director of Admissions:
Financial Assistance and Scholarship Process
Tuition & Fees
2022 – 2023 Tuition Payment Schedule
Keep all information about Financial Aid and about the amount awardedconfidential; awards may be withdrawn for failure to comply.Complete at least 10 volunteer hours per year.Actively support and donate to the Jaguar Fund.Assure student participation in athletic programs, arts programs, Schoolactivities, and School events.All application forms, tax information, and other related paperwork are held inthe strictest confidence. We feel that the success of our Financial Aid programdepends on the confidentiality of financial information.Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School uses the FACTS Financial Aid AssessmentSystem when working with families in need of tuition support. After contactingour Director of Admissions, Mary Aperavich, we encourage families to click onthe link below, create a username and password, and begin the applicationprocess. Once that is complete, Mrs. Aperavich will be in touch to discussyour FACTS results. There is a processing fee of $30.00 that must be paiddirectly to FACTS.Please feel free to contact the Admissions Office if you have additionalquestions at (561) 732-2045 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"...a very special place..."
"...qualities that will never leave my side..."
– Glennon Schafer, Class of 2009
"...a second home to me..."
– Katie Shaw, Class of 2012
"...more than a school..."
– Carson Collins, Class of 2012
"...a supportive community..."
“St. Joe’s is not just a school; it’s a family. I’m proud to be a part of a nurturing, loving, and supportive community. I attended St. Joe’s for eleven years, and I can remember my first day with Mrs. Nevad. My teachers, coaches, and friends will always be a tremendous part of my life. St. Joe’s taught me the importance of stepping out of the box by challenging me to do things I would have never imagined. I learned leadership skills and Christian values that have helped me in high school. Mr. Aubrey always made learning fun and memorable. Mrs. Michaelson and Mrs. Reese had the patience of saints, and they always believed in me when it came to Algebra. Coaches Keiper, Fox, and Wideroff taught me the importance of good sportsmanship on and off the playing field. Thank you to all of my teachers for their encouragement and gifts of wisdom. I miss you all!”– Trey DuBois, Class of 2013