St. John XXIII Catholic School (SJ23) offers its students a challenging academic curriculum grounded in faith. Our students thrive in our nurturing, co-curricular environment as they obtain skills necessary to be successful, compassionate learners, innovators, educators, researchers, and leaders for the rest of their lives.
Our integrated, hands-on curriculum based on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) engages students of all academic levels. It promotes a deeper understanding of real-world concepts and helps students to become critical thinkers, thoughtful listeners, and effective speakers. SJ23’s co-curricular environment allows differentiated instruction and encourages creative expression as students develop socially, intellectually, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
The success of SJ23’s rigorous academic curriculum is evident. Over the last ten years, eight of our alumni have been valedictorians or salutatorians at area high schools and in 2016, 93% of our alumni were on high school honor rolls. Our average class size is 16 students and our instructional faculty to student ratio is 11:1.