Saint Joseph Hill Academy’s beautiful 17-acre campus was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who is best known for his design of Central Park, in the late 1890s.  Over the years, our campus has grown and expanded to meet the needs of our students.

Our campus is shared with the Saint Joseph Hill Academy Elementary School, which educates children from preschool to the 8th grade.  Their mission is to prepare their students for a life dedicated to faith, service, and openness to life-long learning.  

The Mother Franciska Elementary School, under the Seton Foundation of Learning, is another elementary school located on our campus.  It is a private special education school for children ages 5 to 14 years old.  Our students are able to interact with the children throughout their time at Hill.  They assist with Seton's athletics program, Seton Sports, and volunteer their time during their lunch period.  

The Saint Joseph Hill Convent, which houses the Daughters of Divine Charity, is located at the peak of our campus.  The Daughter of Divine Charity are the founders of Saint Joseph Hill Academy and continue to play an active role student life.   

A recent addition to our campus is the Sal Gerardi Sports Field, named in honor of Gerardi's legacy as a physical education teacher at Saint Joseph Hill Academy.  The field includes a basketball court, a baseball area, as well as a track and long-jump pit.  Students are also able to enjoy gym class outside.  

We have also overseen the transformation of Madonna Hall.  This building has been converted into a fully-functioning art studio, allowing the students to express their creativity while learning about the arts.  

Surrounded by acres of lush greenery, Saint Joseph Hill Academy's diverse campus is worthy of visiting.  

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