STEM

Infusing Catholic Identity into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Learn more about the STEM program at St. Joan of Arc and how students benefit.

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Catholic Schools Week

Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

Join us in celebration at Mass, Open House and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. January 27th - February 2nd #ArchBaltCSW19

Jan 15

Liturgy (Gr. 6); Environmental Club, SJA Voices

Jan 16

Waste Free Wednesday; Yearbook

Jan 17

Band, Jr. Lego

Jan 18

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS

Jan 21

NO SCHOOL/MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. HOLIDAY

Jan 22

Liturgy (Gr.5); Environmental Club, SJA Voices

Jan 23

Waste Free Wednesday; Yearbook

Jan 24

OPEN HOUSE FOR PROSPECTIVE FAMILIES 9-11AM AND 4-6PM

Interim Reports; Band

Jan 25

Dress Down Pass Day!

Grounded in Faith, Focused on the Future

A proud faith community.

St. Joan of Arc Catholic School is a faith community of educators, learners, and families using God's gifts to develop 21st Century skills of innovation, collaboration, problem-solving, and reasoning to enrich the global society.

A vibrant learning environment.

St. Joan of Arc Catholic School creates a vibrant 21st Century learning environment that infuses Catholic identity into every aspect of a curriculum focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).



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