Mr. Sam Bianco aims to bring consistency to rules enforcement

Consistency. Consistency is the most important aspect in maintaining, reinforcing, and writing any policy, as explained by Mr. Bianco. As most returning students may have noticed, the atmosphere regarding discipline has felt undoubtedly different; and the root of this feeling is the significant change in consistency. With the introduction of our newest Director Of Students, … Continue reading Mr. Sam Bianco aims to bring consistency to rules enforcement

Highlighting Student Achievement in the Arts

Fine Arts week has just concluded. This, for students of Saint Joe, marks the beginning of the end of the school year and the opportunity to see new expressions of emotions. The crown jewel of Fine Arts Week is inarguably The Art Show. Student art is used to decorate the second floor of Xavier Hall … Continue reading Highlighting Student Achievement in the Arts

Ms. Bastidas: Drawn to Baltimore’s Community of Artists

With a new year starting at MSJ, the newest additions to the MSJ community arrive. Since several teachers unfortunately left, St. Joe had to accommodate for the incoming class of 2021. With several new teachers joining the faculty family, each has his or her own creative flair to add to this community. When talking about … Continue reading Ms. Bastidas: Drawn to Baltimore’s Community of Artists

F/S Football Shuts Out Kent Island 32-0

On Wednesday, October 7 at Plevyak Field, the MSJ Fresh/Soph Football used a combination of a potent offense and a stifling defense to shut out Kent Island 32-0. Their next game is Wednesday, October 14 against rival Archbishop Spalding. In the first meeting between the two teams, Spalding won 14-0, on September 23. Come out … Continue reading F/S Football Shuts Out Kent Island 32-0