Prospective Family Open House

Sts. Joseph & John School, A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, would like to invite you to our Prospective Family Spring Open House. Meet our new administration and faculty. Our Student Ambassadors will take you on a guided tour of the school. Experienced parents will be on hand to help answer any of your questions. You’ll also learn more about our brand new Florence Kruczek Viking Visionary Center! Join us Tuesday, April, 2nd 2019 from 6:00-7:00 pm. We are located at 12580 Pearl Road, Strongsville. For more information, please call 440-238-4877. Thank You! Joseph M. Akosi - Principal

Admissions Policies

Admissions Priorities

Sts. Joseph and John School is a Catholic school serving the St. Joseph and St. John Neumann Parishes, surrounding parishes, and those from several neighboring communities.  Sts. Joseph and John School is an integral part of St. Joseph and St. John Neumann parishes and, therefore, admission requests will be considered according to the following priorities:
  1. Registered Parishioners.  A registered parishioner is one who attends and contributes to St. Joseph or St. John Neumann Parishes.  Parishioners are asked each year to review and sign an Offertory Contribution/Tuition Contract.
  2. Catholic non-parishioners.  A Catholic non-parishioner is one who attends and contributes to a neighboring Catholic parish without a school.  Non-parishioners are asked each year to review and sign an Offertory Contribution/Tuition Contract.
  3. Non-Catholics.  Non-Catholic students may be admitted, after an interview, if space is available.  Parents of non-Catholic students must interview with the pastor or principal.  Non-Catholics are required to pay the non-parishioner student tuition amount.  The non-parishioner tuition rate is set taking into account that non-parishioners do not contribute to the Parishes which subsidize the student tuition costs. 

Transfer Student Admission Policies

It is our policy to interview all parents and students seeking admission. As a general matter, junior high school students will not be accepted unless they are moving into the geographical boundaries of our Parishes.  Transfer students will only be accepted after the school has completed careful evaluation and assessment of the child’s previous school experiences.  No student will officially be admitted until all school records have been received and evaluated by the school office.    

Non-Discrimination Policy

Sts. Joseph and John School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.  All students are accorded the rights, privileges, and activities generally made available to students of Sts. Joseph & John School.