For a limited time, we have a special incentive program for new students AND their referring families.
St. Joseph School Tuition Incentive Program
Many families are looking for a safe, structured, disciplined and nurturing school environment to send their children to in our area. Please help these families choose St. Joseph School. Our families are our best advocates. You believe in us and we believe in your commitment to our school. This is our way of saying thank you.
Who is eligible for this tuition incentive program?
Every currently enrolled family at St. Joseph School & all previously enrolled families who re-registered for the 2015-2016 school year.
First time registrants who are referred by one of the above mentioned will be eligible for a waived registration fee.
How does it work?
You will earn 10% off your tuition responsibility (after all discounts) for every accepted and enrolled new family that names you as their referral. Through this incentive, it is possible to receive 100% free tuition for your child/children!
Example: Current family (parishioner rate) with two children that referred two new families
$9000-Tuition responsibility (excluding fees and other incidentals)
-$900- 1st Referral-10%
-$900- 2nd Referral-10%
$7200 Adjusted tuition balance
Example: Current family (parishioner rate) with one child that referred two new families
$4500-Tuition responsibility (excluding fees and other incidentals)
-$450- 1st Referral-10%
-$450- 2nd Referral-10%
$3600 Adjusted tuition balance
For more details, call (401) 821-3450.
The Small Print
Additional terms and conditions:
Families and Friends of St. Joseph School,
It is a pleasure and honor to introduce myself as the new Principal of St. Joseph School. SJS has been serving the community since 1923. In that time, SJS has consistently provided a sound education, deeply rooted in a rich, Catholic Christian faith. My goal as principal is to continue this great tradition.
Before coming to SJS, I taught for nearly ten years at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Woonsocket. This experience was primarily in Middle School where I taught religion, social studies, language arts, and science. Leaving Good Shepherd was a deeply emotional decision. I graduated from GS, my former principal was not only a mentor, he was a friend, and it was at GS that I met my wife Paula. In addition to teaching, I served as acting principal at Monsignor Gadrouy Catholic School a pre-Kindergarten to grade 2 school, also in Woonsocket. Prior to teaching, I lived and studied at Our Lady of Providence Seminary.
It is my primary goal for SJS to be a place where each person can become the best possible version of himself/herself. While I must give credit for this phrase to speaker, Matthew Kelly, I will use it because it not only rings with truth and realism, but its optimism is enlightening. To be our best self is to be who God made us to be. That is the only path to personal fulfillment. It is my personal opinion that after a faithful Catholic home, a Catholic school is the best place for young men and women to reach their true potential.
As a professional educator, I believe that an effective school is one which is well organized, structured, and provides a creative, rigorous, safe, and engaging learning environment. I look forward to working with you to help all of our students grow into capable, confident, young Catholic men and women.
Mr. Jim Woodmansee