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The Hill Koalas & the 2022 Polar Plunge Featured Photo

The Hill Koalas & the 2022 Polar Plunge

Polar Plungers, you are amazing! Hilltoppers participating in the 2022 Staten Island Polar Plunge yesterday raised over $12,000 (and they are still counting) in support of the Special Olympics.
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SJHA Presents The Wizard of Oz

If you only had a brain, you’d realize there is no place like Hill so follow the yellow brick road and see SJHA Drama Club Thursday through Sunday for our production of THE WIZARD OF OZ! Break a leg to the cast and crew!!
Library and Learning Commons Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Featured Photo

Library and Learning Commons Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

St. Joseph Hill Academy held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to formally introduce the newly transformed Sr. Ernestine Jeck, FDC High School Library and Learning Commons to the campaign's benefactors. The Library and Learning Commons has become a bustling hub for learning that fosters community and collaboration, versatility, and comfort. Library and Learning Commons Benefactors have built their lasting legacy by investing in our students' futures! Pictures and video from the event are here.

The Hill Experience

There is something about a Hilltopper! Hill students learn through the independence of academic choice and they gain confidence through the richness of their education, service, and spiritual life. Hilltoppers become leaders in their communities and in their careers. Girls find their unique voice at Hill and they are empowered to use it for the good of society. 

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Our Mission

St. Joseph Hill Academy, a Catholic high school, in keeping with Christian values and the traditions of the Daughters of Divine Charity, seeks to educate and empower young women to be confident, independent thinkers with strong character and leadership qualities, who stand ready to meet society’s challenges.

At A Glance

  • $37.4 Million in scholarships for 99 2022 Graduates
  • 15:1 Student Teacher Ratio
  • 38 AP & College Credit Courses
  • 99% Pass Rate on NYS Regents Exams