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Saint Joseph Regional School
A spiritual, compassionate, and academically rich environment.
For over 130 years, Saint Joseph Regional School (SJRS) has been welcoming families of all faiths from the greater Keene, New Hampshire area.
Our school was founded in 1886 by Saint Bernard Parish as a parochial school. The first students were welcomed by the Sisters of Mercy who staffed the school.
We serve students from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 at SJRS, and are thrilled to now be offering Grades 9-12 at our sister school, Our Lady of Mercy Academy, with Grades 9 and 10 beginning in 2020.
Our faith-based educational programs promote high academic standards and positive self-esteem, encourage personal responsibility and public service, and instill a strong sense of community.
Our alumni have been among the valedictorians and salutatorians at local high schools on numerous occasions throughout the years.
Our graduates have been accepted to many well-respected private independent schools throughout the northeast, including Deerfield Academy, St. Paul's School, Andover, Phillips Exeter Academy, Northfield Mount Hermon, Bishop Brady, Bishop Guertin, Vermont Academy, Holderness School, Eaglebrook School, Dublin School, Tabor Academy, La Salle Academy, and The Winchendon School.
And for the first time in the Fall of 2020, our graduates will have the opportunity to continue their high school education with us on our own campus by attending Our Lady of Mercy Academy.