Welcome to SJS!

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St. Joseph School has received a $30,000 grant to properly open within COVID-19 guidelines this fall.

Smaller class sizes allow for social distancing in each classroom.

Join our community today!

Back to School Options

In Person Learning Option

  • 5 Days Per Week
  • 7:45am – 2:15pm schedule
  • Before School Drop Off and Extended Day Program Available
  • Masks mandatory for grades 2-8, required for Pre-K thru grade 1

Remote Learning Option

  • 5 Days Per Week
  • 7:45am – 2:15pm schedule
  • Uniforms required
  • Classes streamed via Zoom
  • Live Participation with teacher and classmates

Virtual Tour – An inside look at our school

Note: This video was created in 2019

To schedule a personal tour, please contact Ms. Campbell via email at acampbell@sjsmedford.com

We Are:

  • Dedicated to academic excellence
  • The embodiment of our faith
  • A diverse, welcoming community
  • Responsible and productive members of society
  • Devoted to service

Why Choose St. Joseph School

Student Teacher Ratio


Communities Represented


Years of Teaching


  • Strong Curriculum, including Art, Music, Spanish
  • Preschool is available up to 5 full days a week with before school and after school care
  • Middle School Program with multiple teachers, set within a larger PreK-8 environment
  • Extended Day Program – both before school and after school for PreK-5th grade
  • Financial Aid is available


Saint Joseph School was awarded a 10-year renewal of accreditation in February 2020 by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.  This accreditation followed an extensive two-year self-study of all aspects of our school, including mission, health and safety, governance, academics, and student experience.  We are proud to have met and passed every standard for accreditation!  Furthermore, we are fortunate to have been commended in many areas: 

“The Commission commends the entire school community for its commitment to the education and nurturing of its students.  In addition, the Commission commends the School for welcoming its racially, culturally, geographically, religiously, academically, and socioeconomically diverse student population.”