Student Life

We provide multiple extracurricular activities and programs allowing the students at St. Joseph to work and grow together. Our Student Life section gives you an insight on what it is to be a student at our school.


Student Clubs


We offer a wide array of extracurricular activities for the students to participate in beyond athletic. The clubs currently offered are:

  • Band
  • Chess
  • Choir
  • Coding
  • Geography Challenge
  • Lego
  • Programming
  • Science Bowl
  • Student Council
  • Tech Challenge
  • Theatre
  • Yearbook





The value of Saint Joseph athletics has long been an accepted tenet of Catholic school education, which strives to develop each individual in a manner fostering growth of spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical characteristics.

The San Jose Catholic Athletic League(SJCAL) provides a school year program for all fourth through eighth grade students. Sports played are softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, flag football, swimming and track. SJCAL provides inter-scholastic competition for schools in our area and their existence strives to provide:

  • an opportunity for all students who wish to participate to be members of a team
  • organized whenever possible to the ability level of the individual participant
  • a full selection of sports for both boys and girls so that each may participate, learn the game, strive to excel at their level by improving their skills and abilities
  • opportunities for all participants to enjoy athletics and provide their parents the enjoyment of seeing them compete
  • for each student athlete, once joining a team, opportunity to commit himself or herself to fulfilling all obligations of that team including attendance at all practices and games, and good sportsmanship at all times
  • for each team member to participate in practices and games whenever deemed possible by coaching staff
  • for coaches to always to be mindful of the importance of their role as teacher, not only of sports, but also of conduct and deportment on the field and floor at all times, good sportsmanship regardless of their game’s outcome and show of appreciation and respect for opponents as individuals of equal value
  • for teams to respect opponents at all times and make a concerted effort to prevent running up scores by playing subs when game outcomes are apparent
  • for each player to have every opportunity to gain and increase self-esteem, respect for all teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials, and compete in a Christian-like manner, upholding religious teachings and beliefs
  • an opportunity to use athletics as an important means of furthering school and team spirit
  • an opportunity for all players to demonstrate their endorsement of Catholic school education by exhibiting good sportsmanship, positive support, and acceptable conduct at all times.


Special Events


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Lunch Program


The St. Joseph Hot Lunch program is managed by the Parent Teacher Guild (PTG) and a dedicated group of parent volunteers who bring healthy choices for lunch to our school. We have partnered with Pasta Market to offer lunch Monday to Friday. Once a month there is a Knights of Columbus pizza lunch scheduled. Parents may order, view menus, prepay, and manage their child’s hot lunch at the link below.

Pasta Market Website


To get started, go to the above website, click on register (password for SJMV is sjmv185), and add account.



Extended Care


The Extended Care Program is designed to support and supplement the family by providing quality care that promotes the student’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive development through nurturing staff members in a planned environment.

Within a large family environment, the program strives to provide individual attention, security, consistency and fair treatment for students of St. Joseph School.

Though primarily designed to serve the needs of working parents, the Extended Care Program is also available to parents on a part-time or occasional basis, depending on their needs.

Enrollment Procedure

Every family which makes use of the Extended Care Program pays a registration fee of $50.00. Registration begins in May when school registration is held. Checks are to be made payable to St. Joseph School please put “Extended Care” or “E.C.” on memo line.


Families who use the Extended Care Program are charged according to an hourly fee schedule. The current rate is $8 per hour. There is a 10% discount for two or more children. Families are billed monthly.


Each day a supervised homework period is scheduled. Student provide their own supplies. Tutors from St. Francis may be available for special needs.

After School Sports

Students may be released from the Extended Care Program to participate in after school sports. Time spent under the coach’s supervision is not charged as Extended Care.