Welcome To St. Joseph by-the-Sea

Offering Students The Full High School Experience

Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony

Join us on Thursday, April 26th at The Historic Old Bermuda Inn

Our Mission

We are Catholic. The Gospel is the foundation and purpose of all that we do. Therefore, we seek to form young men and women in the image of Jesus Christ. This formation is the deliberate effort of administration, faculty, and parents. We strive to help students grow spiritually, academically, athletically, and socially. This will prepare them to take up their personal and social responsibility in the City of Man during their pilgrimage toward the City of God.

Upcoming Events

St. Joseph by-the-Sea Annual Awards Dinner

Thursday, April 26th Old Bermuda Inn

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P.A.S.S. Program Registration

Click below to register for our Program for Achieving Student Success, which is open to all incoming Freshmen and designed to give your child a head start at Sea.

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Admissions Process

Sea not only offers scholarship money, but it is also among the least expensive tuition rates in the region. Learn more about becoming a part of the Sea Family.

Schedule A Tour

Interested in taking a tour of St. Joseph by-the-Sea.  Simply click the link below fill out our online form.  There are several dates and time available to chose from.

Academics

Sea is 100% college preparatory and our students have the ability to earn up to two full years of college while in high school.  Learn about our College Program today.

Sea Students Present Brain Development Research in Washington DC

Dr. Gracelyn Santos | gsantos@siadvance.com STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Young scientists from St. Joseph by the Sea High School are in Washington DC this rainy Monday morning doing amazing things. The 13 young men and women -- representing the only Catholic High School to...

View Our New Viking Student Center

Vincenzo Fiorentino Graduated College in Two Years 

Dom Anderson ’17 Signs With Cornell University

Congratulations to the Class of 2017

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Earned Enough College Credit To Graduate a Year Early

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Earned a Full Semester of College At Sea

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Graduated With Some College Credit

The Graduating Class of 2017 Earned Over $75 Million In College Scholarship Monies