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
What's New at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School


Archived News
Kindergarten registration is now open

If you have a child five years old or one who will turn five years old before September 30, 2019, you may register your child for Kindergarten. If you would like to schedule a time to tour our school and observe our Kindergarten class, please contact the School Office at 440-247- 6530 to schedule an appointment. 

Save the date for the Penguin Project Musical, April 13 & 14

For the past several months, students have been rehearsing for our second annual “Penguin Project” musical, “The Wizard of Oz”. The mission of the Penguin Project is to perform a modified version of a well-known Broadway musical using young artists with developmental disabilities including Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, visual impairment, hearing impairment, and other neurological disorders to fill the major roles.  They are joined on stage by a dedicated group of “peer mentors” – children the same age without disabilities who have volunteered to work side-by-side with them through four months of rehearsals and through the final performance.  Our St. Joan of Arc students, as well as students from surrounding schools, will serve as the “peer mentors” for these young actors.  St. Joan is the only school in Ohio that is currently partnering with the Penguin Project. Last year's performance brought the crowd to their feet. Please plan to attend.

Living out the SJA mission with a STREAM Initiative

Students and teachers recently shared their excitement and enthusiasm for learning with some folks from the Chagrin Valley Times. Through an arrangement with RePlay for Kids, SJA students have been adapting toys for children with disabilities in their STREAM classes.


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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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