• Speak Up Speak Out:
    • Speak Up Speak Out is a confidential resource created by the Wisconsin Department of Justice for students and parents who have school safety concerns. If you or someone you know needs help, is in danger, or has a school safety concern, you can submit a tip confidentially to Speak Up Speak Out. Resource Center staff are available 24/7. Any tips submitted will be communicated appropriately to law enforcement, school administrators, or counselors. Tips can be submitted via the Speak Up Speak Out website, by calling 1-800-MY-SUSO-1(1-800-697-8761), or by texting 738477. For more information or to submit a tip, click here.
  • Archdiocese of Milwaukee Schools
  • Parent & Student Handbook
  • Chromebook Handbook

Lunch Program

We have partnered with Wholesome Food Services and are pleased to be able to bring you a delicious variety of great lunch choices on Monday (Noodles), Wednesday (Cousins Subs), and Friday (Milwaukee Ale House) from local restaurants!


  • Go to www.wholesomefoodservices.com OR Download the App (WFS Ordering)
  • Select Register to create an account
  • Set up a profile for each child by selecting ‘Add Profile’ (be sure to update their grade level(s) each year!)
  • Select ‘Order Now’ to view menus and place orders
  • Enter your credit/debit card information to pay securely online
  • You can place orders up until 1:00 PM the day before delivery (unless otherwise stated)
  • You can order up to 60 days in advance
  • You can cancel up until 8:00 AM the day of delivery

Wholesome Food Services donates a portion of your lunch purchases back to our school. So far, they have donated over $500,000 to schools!

School Closing Information

SJ23 is included as part of the Port Washington/Saukville School District for any weather closings. Tune into Fox6, TMJ4, and Channel 12, AM 920 The Wolf, FM 106.1, Newstalk 1130 WISN, V100.7 Jams, Oldies 95.7, and 97.3 Radio Now. Click Here for more information on school closings.

Wrap-Around Care

Tuition Tax Reduction Information

As a result of advocacy by WCRIS, state law allows Wisconsin parents to deduct private school tuition on their taxes. Under the program, parents statewide can deduct up to $4,000 per student in grades K-8, and up to $10,000 per high school student.