2,057 members total
Matt (Stark), Jennifer ('84) Yest.
Cox, J.C. ('14)
O'Connor, John ('82)
Devera, Christopher ('97)
Griffin, Bonnie ('84)
Baxa Jr, Charlie (Friend)
Miller (Haynes), Patrice (TC) ('72)
Czeslawski, Richard ('68)
Cristobal, Miguel ('97)
Waswil (Burke), Lisa ('85)
Mitchell, William (Bill) ('69)
Daguinsin, Ferdinand ('86)
Callaghan, Tricia ('76)
Fitzsimmons (Coon), Pat ('73)
Keseg (Manthei), Darlina ('76)
Dexter (Rolison), Karen ('66)
Zuro, PDS TOR ('16)
Schmidt, William (Bill) ('66)
Earl, Torey ('11)
Hicks (McCarty), Latrecia ('86)
Gonzalez, Edna ('15)
Brouder (Doruff), Patricia (Patti) ('75)
Horgan (Simler), Amy ('92)
Foster, James (Jim) ('67)
DeSanti, Tony ('86)
SJHS is pleased to announce those students from the Class of 2017 who have thus far earned at least $100,000 in academic and/or leadership scholarships to colleges and universities to which they have applied. From left to right: Lauren Ward (Broadview), Allison Grengs (Westchester), John Milas (Westchester), Alexa Epps (Berkeley), Claudia Cerna (Chicago), Daniel Magallanes (Westchester), Aniya Burks (Westchester), Amber Mataczynski (Westchester), Peter Caruso (Westchester), Genna Foster (Forest Park).
Congratulations to these students on their extraordinary achievements!
SAVE THE DATE 4/22! 2017 ChargerFeast
JOIN THE FUN!
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017
6 pm - Midnight
ChargerFeast & Super Raffle Event Flyer
FIESTA COOK- OFF
Bring a Spanish/Mexican/Latin Dish of your choosing to be sampled and judged by the attendees. Can you make an awesome guacamole? An incredible salsa? A special dessert? NO RULES - you pick the dish, but pre-registration is mandatory to participate. To register, please contact Stephanie Morton email@example.com / 630-564-3435 by Wednesday, April 5th.
1st Place - $150
2nd Place - $100
3rd Place – $50
St. Joseph proudly welcomes local establishments to join a celebrity fiesta cook-off challenge. Watch as the professionals battle for the title of the 2017 ChargerFeast Fiesta Cook-Off Champion. If you are a restaurant owner and want to compete, please contact Stephanie Morton at firstname.lastname@example.org / 630-564-3435.
ChargerFeast is Home of the Super Raffle Drawing...
For more information, please call the St. Joseph High School Development Office at 708.562.7488.
2015-2016 SJHS Annual Report
Dear St. Joseph Alumni and Friends,
We would like to take this opportunity to THANK YOU for supporting St. Joseph High School.
The 2015-2016 Annual Fund is now available!
2015-2016 Annual Report
To learn more about the Charger's Club and other Development Opportunities, please click the link below:
Charger's Club & Development Opportunities
We continue to see many successes in all of our programs and activities. Many of these stories are highlighted in our Annual Reports.
Our St. Joseph High School administration, faculty, and staff continue to work hard in order to provide our present students an excellent Lasallian college-prep education. I would hope you are proud of the educational experience that we provide our Charger Scholars and will continue your own support of our Lasallian mission of education at St. Joseph High School!
Live Jesus in our hearts---Forever!
I would like to donate to the 2016-2017 ANNUAL APPEAL to help the Chargers!
VINCIT QUI LABORAT -
HE CONQUERS, WHO LABORS!
For reference, we also included the link to the 2014-2015 Annual Report from 2 years ago.
2014-2015 Annual Report
Some Words from a Charger...
Hi! I am Genna Foster, a senior at St. Joseph High School. Throughout my four years here I have taken honors courses and am currently taking an Advanced Placement Course. I am the President of Student Council, a member of both National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society, a writer for “The Lance”, a Kairos Retreat leader, and Captain on the volleyball and soccer teams.
School has always been something I enjoyed. I have always wanted to learn new things, and I very much enjoy the social aspect that comes along with it!! When it came to choosing a high school, there were three things I felt were important the school needed to have: strong academics with supporting teachers, a sense of family and community, and a good school spirit throughout the student body. St. Joseph High School is the school that showcases these three qualities the best. READ MORE...
DONATE TO SUPPORT GENNA & HER FELLOW CHARGERS
Buy A Brick Program!
Need an awesome gift for that special Charger/Tiger in your life?
Buy a Brick for the memory entryway!
You'll give 2 gifts in 1!
1 to your special someone and 1 to SJHS!
We are raising money for Financial Aid and Scholarships. The bricks will be placed at the front entrance of the school.
A standard size brick (4"x8") allows for four lines of printing ($125). A large brick (8"x8") allows for 6 lines of printing ($225).
Click here to view the order form
Email your complete form to Kathy Taylor at email@example.com or mail to St. Joseph High School, Attn: Kathy Taylor, 10900 West Cermak Road, Westchester, IL 60154.
The Charger's Club was established to invite our generous benefactors to make an investment in St. Joseph High School. The collective support of the Charger's Club is instrumental to the advancement of the St. Joseph High School mission and directly improves St. Joseph's ability to improve its programs, provide essential financial aid for deserving families and improve the infrastructure of our school. Any gift or accumulation of gifts (excluding event ticket costs, event sponsors, Super Raffle tickets, auction purchases,and pledge payments) in a given Annual Fund year (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017) totaling $500 (1 Share in the Charger's Club) or more is recognized with a membership in the Club.
Charger’s Club Purpose
The Charger’s Club was established in fall of 2016 to invite our generous benefactors to make an investment in St. Joseph High School. The collective support of the Charger’s Club is instrumental to the advancement of the St. Joseph High School mission and directly improves St. Joseph’s ability to enhance its programs, provide essential financial aid for deserving families and improve the infrastructure of our school.
Charger’s Club Goals
1. To enlist support from alumni, parents, alumni parents, grandparents, foundations,
businesses/corporations and friends each year that inspires excellence in all areas of St. Joseph High School.
2. To become partners in promoting Christian Brothers values and help sustain Lasallian mission at St. Joseph High School.
3. To instill a Christian Brothers spirit that invites the consideration of St. Joseph High School as a lifetime, family charitable priority.
4. To renew most, if not all of its members each year.
5. To encourage Charger’s Club members to promote the Club and invite new members to support St. Joseph High School.
6. To secure a reliable source of charitable income year after year which will serve to provide long-term security for St. Joseph High School.
Click here to learn more about the Charger's Club Levels, and Offerings. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Joel Kolner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SJHS Alums Thrive on Work
Both Siblings Devoted to Working with Youth
Written by: Tony Quattrochi, Development Staff Member
When Matt Sinacore, SJHS Class of ‘07, returned to his alma mater to teach, he surprised himself. “Originally I wanted to teach History, based in large part on the effect of having had Brother Peter Hannon and Mr. Zitzer for classes, but circumstances in college (Loyola University) changed my direction.” Matt majored in English, although he’s never entirely shed history as an educational resource while he teaches literature. “I find it almost impossible to teach a book without going in depth with the history surrounding the book. I also love the conversation that books provide for us. Fiction or nonfiction, the events in a well-written story can teach us so much about our own humanity. I also learned a great deal from Ms. Fredriksen... READ MORE
2016 SJHS Sports Hall of Fame Induction
Congratulations to our 2017 SJHS Alumni Sports Hall of Fame Inductees
Tony Freeman, Jr. '05 (Basketball)
Steven Morgan '99 (Basketball)
Charles Hayden III '01 (Football)
Ryan Keag '01 (Football)
Kevin Kwak '88 (Golf)
1982 Soccer Team
Induction took place on Friday, January 27, 2017
Vincit Qui Laborat - "He Conquers, Who Labors"
REUNION THANK YOU!
Thank you to all the Chargers and Tigers who celebrated the 2016 Alumni Reunion on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at St. Joseph High School!
Honor classes were: 1966, 1976, 1986, 1991, 1996, and 2006!
Click here to view pictures from the event!
STAY IN SCHOOL!
Stay in School!
SJHS Alum Ensures Future For University Students
Written by: Tony Quattrochi, Development Staff Member
Quotes about the value of an education are seemingly endless. Advice on the importance of staying in school is also plentiful. But action speaks louder than words and one St. Joseph High School graduate is truly making those words come alive. John Stachniak, SJHS Class of ‘82, is the National Director of Institutional Advancement for the DeVry Education Group. Responsible for the strategic development of national fundraising activity, John helps ensure that as many financially challenged students as possible are able to attend the family of schools that comprise the DeVry Education Group. “I lead a small but mighty team that raises resources for scholarships that help students continue on to graduation and achieve their education and career goals.” By engaging alumni and cultivating donor prospects, John has found much success. Last year his efforts provided $1 million in scholarships to students who might not have been able to attend DeVry otherwise.
Impacting the lives of these deserving students by awarding them such resources to stay in school is the most rewarding aspect of John’s job. “Seeing how students balance their education with the other challenges of working and having families, it is incredibly gratifying to see how a scholarship can make all the difference.” One of the challenges....READ MORE
St. Joseph - IHM on Facebook!
Lasallian Education - Transforming Lives EST 1680
Welcome alumni, parents, faculty and friends!
Welcome to our new online community. Membership is FREE and available exclusively to our alumni and friends!
This is St. Joseph's/IHM's private, online community created exclusively for high school alumni, faculty and friends. It is a secure, password-protected environment established by the Office of Alumni Relations.
Once you register, an email will be sent to confirm your membership and validate your email address. Be sure to click on the link in this email so your account can be activated.
Please be patient with the site as it's being developed and content is being added. *Most of the information on the site is for testing and development purposes and will be replaced with better content as soon as possible.
Become a member and take advantage of the following services:
- Reconnect with faculty and former classmates
- Organize class reunions
- Discover ways to support your school
- Share alumni news and activities
- Message boards for In Memorial, Lost/Missing Alumni, Career & Volunteer Center, Class Notes, School & Alumni News
- Subscriptions to keep you updated by e-mail of classmates and message board updates
- Alumni directory that's searchable by class, by name or by occupation
- Lost / missing alumni directory to help find people that others are looking for
- Social networking (Facebook, Skype, MySpace and LinkedIn) support
Search for friends and make new connections with the online community! All you need to do to take advantage of all the community has to offer is to proceed through the registration process to establish an account.
Share via Facebook, Twitter, E-mail and More
Latest Messages & Discussions
SJ / IHM Alumni Pages and Links
Reunions and Events
Be sure to check out the list of reunions and events posted to the left in "Upcoming Events". If you are a planner of a future event, be sure to read "Event planning information / add an event" for tips and information to make your event a success.
Site Administrator / Community Manager
Stephanie Morton, Manager of Development Operations
WANTED: St. Joseph School Newspapers
We are looking for back issues of the St. Joseph school newspaper for our archives. Anyone whom wishes to donate their back issues please contact the St. Joseph Development Office: 708-562-7488 or email email@example.com.
Keep your e-mail and mailing addresses current and you'll receive the details for all alumni information, activities, events, and reunions.