St. Joseph Regional Catholic School, which educates students in preschool through grade eight, is administered by the Diocese of Manchester and sponsored by the following New Hampshire parishes:
- Saints Mary and Joseph (Salem)
- St. Luke the Evangelist (Plaistow/Newton)
- St. Anne (Hampstead)
- St. Matthew (Windham)
- St. Patrick (Pelham)
The co-educational student body is made up of students from southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts.
St. Joseph Regional Catholic School professes Christian beliefs and the tenets of the Roman Catholic Church. The educational process is carried out with a deep respect for our Catholic heritage and an enthusiastic view of each student as a reflection of God’s presence in our midst.
We strive to underscore this identity and the richness of our Catholic heritage by offering liturgical and sacramental celebrations where we encounter Christ in a personal and communal manner.
For quotes from some of our alumni, see St. Joe’s Alumni.
For a list of the St. Joe’s School Board members, see School Board Members.
For quotes from our students, click here.