Mount St Joseph Academy is an independent, co-educational, Catholic school that operates under the authority and jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington and in accordance with the policies of the Diocesan Board of Education. Mount St. Joseph Academy provides a personal, Catholic school community in the heart of Vermont. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph, MSJ focuses on the education of the whole person by integrating spiritual development, academics, extra-curricular activities, and community service into everyday life. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, Mounties are selfconfident and resolute. Our mission is to create a just world. Mount St. Joseph Academy is a Roman Catholic, state approved secondary school. The Academy is A Place to Belong that welcomes all students, and provides a quality education based on Catholic Christian principles. As an academic community our main goal is to educate the whole person through intensive curricular, co-curricular, and athletic programs. The Academy invites all students to share their gifts and talents for the betterment of the community and the world. We believe in the principles of compassion and justice. Mount St. Joseph believes in creating a religious and moral environment where young people grow to a faith-filled, Catholic Christian maturity that helps them to achieve personal wholeness and to provide effective service to others.
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