When you become a student at Mount St. Joseph Academy you are joining an educational family that will remain with you for the rest of your life and obtaining an education that will serve you in whatever endeavor you may decide to pursue. Students are expected to complete a broad-based, college preparatory course of study. Twenty-six total credits are required for graduation—one half credit is given for each semester course successfully completed with a passing grade and one full credit is earned for a full-year course successfully completed.
The goals of an MSJ education are to prepare young people—in mind, spirit, and body—for their college opportunity, to become successful participants in their community, and to explore the gift of their spirituality. We strive to educate the whole person, to instill in them a sense of giving back to those who have helped shape them, and to value service as a way of life. Over the past one hundred twenty-five years, Academy graduates have gone on to success in every imaginable field of study, bringing the legacy of their education with them wherever they have gone—around the world, the nation, and the local community.