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Welcome to St. Joe's

Be Welcomed. Be Challenged. Be Inspired. These words are emblematic of our core values. They authentically describe the experience lived by both students and adults in our community. They remind us each day of our commitment to each other and the young men in our care.


Recent News

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SJCI 2020-21 School Reopening Plan

The creation of the 2020-21 reopening plan was a collaborative effort with input from the SJCI Reopening Task Force, the Board of Trustees, faculty and staff members, parents, and students. At the heart of the plan is the health and safety of our faculty, staff, and students. While the future of the COVID-19 pandemic is uncertain, this plan prioritizes in-person instruction while planning for hybrid and distance learning scenarios at the same time.
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A Message from President Fulco

We are an inclusive community.  We work hard on a daily basis to confront issues of diversity, equity, and inclusivity.  We strive to create a school that is overtly anti-racist.  And we encourage our students to actively serve our WNY community and to work for social justice.
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Submit a Prayer Request

Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God. St. John Baptist de La Salle . . . Pray for us! Live Jesus in our hearts . . . Forever!

Our Mission

As a Catholic, college-preparatory high school, St. Joe's educates young men of diverse backgrounds in the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle. We transform the lives of students through academic excellence and care for the whole person in a respectful, Lasallian Catholic community, developing each student's unique talents in preparation for college and life. 
We invite you to listen to real stories from our young men, our staff, our families, and our alumni about the power of a St. Joe's education.
  • 22 AP & College-level courses offered
  • $30M+ Earned in college scholarships by Class of 2019
  • 80% Of current students receive Tuition Support