St. Joseph School is a Catholic elementary school in Wakefield, Massachusetts, in the Archdiocese of Boston. As a Catholic school, we seek to propagate the message of Jesus Christ and an approach to life based firmly in Christian values. At the same time, we seek to provide a quality education, meeting the academic demands of our time and designed to guide our students to success both here and in their scholarly endeavors. The mission of Saint Joseph School is to produce graduates with the character, integrity, knowledge and skills necessary for high achievement in secondary school in a supportive faith-based Catholic learning community. The mission of Saint Joseph School is to produce graduates with the character, integrity, knowledge and skills necessary for high achievement in secondary school in a supportive faith-based Catholic learning community. St. Joseph School offers a Course of Study that is approved by the Department of Education, the Catholic School Office of the Archdiocese of Boston and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. As a Catholic school, we also recognize our Religious education and Christian Service Programs stand at the center of our educational philosophy.
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