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Three students using tools in the makerspace at school.
"We chose SJA for our children because of its strong academics, Catholic faith, and warm atmosphere. We appreciate that our children are taught the same Catholic values we live at home."parents of SJA second grader and seventh grader
Student performance of Annie Jr. in association with Penguin Project. There is 9 girls on stage dressed like orphans.
"The Penguin Project was an experience of pure joy. Actors and mentors emerged from their amateur roles into a family with unbelievable talent and wondrous entertainment. The audience showed their appreciation with a rousing standing ovation.”parents of three SJA alumni
 Two male students with their science fair project on kicking a soccer ball.
"Our oldest child is excelling in high school taking, several honors classes because of the solid foundation from SJA."parents of SJA graduate
Two primary aged girls playing with play dough in school uniforms in a classroom
"We know that our kids are in an environment where our moral values that we live by at home, are strengthened every day. Catholic School is an investment...an investment in our kids, which is priceless."parents of four SJA students
this is a picture of five students dressed as pirates. two girls in yellow shirts and three boys wearing pirate hats and bandanas
"SJA has provided a safe and comfortable environment for our children to learn and develop. Faith is taught in every aspect of their curriculum in a warm, family-friendly environment. We've become very close to several families at St. Joan."parents of sixth and third grader
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Penguin Project Announcement
Calling all actors and actresses to a special theatre experience.  Come and join the Penguin Project!!   This spring, a magical and touching celebration of the human spirit will unfold as St. Joan of Arc School, Chagrin Valley Little Theatre and the Penguin Project come together to perform a modified version of the well-known play, “The Wizard of Oz”. Our production will be quite unique, however, because all of the roles will be filled by children with developmental disabilities. The Penguin Project, founded by Dr. Andrew Morgan, focuses on giving children with disabilities the chance to experience musical theatre in all its glory! It provides a beautiful opportunity for children with and without special needs to work together towards one common goal: show business.   The Penguin Project is open to any individual ages 8 to 22 with a disability. This includes children with cognitive, learning, motor, hearing and visual impairments, genetic disorders, and neurological disorders.  The Penguin Project utilizes a “peer mentor” system, linking each young artist with an age-level peer, in grades 5 - 12, who does not have a disability. The peer-mentors work side-by-side with their partners, assisting them throughout the entire rehearsal process and on stage.  If you are interested in joining the Penguin Project, either as a peer mentor or an actress or actor, please join us in the Olsavsky Center for the Penguin Project Kickoff Meeting on Monday, December 3rd at 7:00 PM.  For more information, contact us at stjoanpenguin@stjoanofarc.org or 440-247-6530.
 

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St. Joan of Arc Catholic School is dedicated to instill within each student a lifelong desire to learn, lead and live the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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