Fast Facts at a Glance

St. Joseph Catholic School
1326 6th Avenue
Huntington, WV 25701
(304) 522-2644

Carol Templeton, Principal
Gail McDowell, Assistant Principal

About the School
- Founded in 1872
- A private school for boys and girls
- Nursery (6 weeks and older) through 8th grade
- Catholic but all denominations are warmly welcomed

-Two classes per grade level
-Highly qualified West Virginia Licensed teachers
-Additional mathematic levels for Intermediate and Middle school grades
-Highly Differentiated and Academically challenging curriculum provided
-High School credits available on the middle school level

The Arts
- Experienced faculty with experience in art and music.
- Weekly art and music instruction beginning in pre-k.
- Art camps offered throughout the year for music and art.
- Students will develop a portfolio of random art throughout the years at St. Joseph Catholic School that will be presented at their 8th grade graduation.
- Students in pre-school through 8th grade perform in a couple musical productions throughout the year.

Students & Faculty
- Enrollment: 415
- 100% of our faculty and administration have earned bachelor’s degrees.
- More than 73% of our faculty and administration have earned master’s degrees.
- Students have the opportunity for individual support from highly trained educators.

- We currently field over 23 teams across nine different sports for students in pre-school through 8th grade.
- Current sports include basketball, cheerleading, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, and volleyball.
- Our coaching staff are experienced coaches with required VIRTUS training as well as suggested concussion, first aid, and CPR training.
- Outstanding athletic facilities including two full-size gymnasiums, track and practice field.

Community Service
- Our middle school students devote many hands-on hours to the community during the middle school years, demonstrating that serving others is a way of life that all students at St. Joseph should adopt.
- St. Joseph works with local and national community service organizations, including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Toys for Tots, American Heart Association, Blessing in a Backpack and the Huntington City Mission