School Closure
St. Joan of Arc will be closed starting Monday, March 16 through Sunday, April 5. At this time, we plan for classes to resume Monday, April 6. We have plans for online learning, please continue to be on the lookout for communications from our staff.
Please join us in prayer for all those affected by the Coronavirus. We will continue to keep our students, staff, SJA family, the community-at-large, our state, and our nation in our prayers. We hope these steps will help us flatten the curve of the number of people impacted by COVID-19. Stay healthy and safe!  

From The Principal

From the Principal

Kids Reading on beanbag chairs Greetings!

The students, staff and administration at St. Joan of Arc Campus welcome you to our website. We are sure that you will find the information on this site helpful and that you will learn more about what makes St. Joan of Arc Campus so great!

Parents often cite safety and values as benefits for sending their child(ren) to Catholic Schools. While these are extremely important they represent only a portion of the benefits of a Catholic School Education.  The Alliance for Catholic education reports that minority students are 42% more likely to graduate from high school and 2.5 times more likely to graduate college.  81% of students who graduate from Catholic School attend college compared to 44% of students from public school.  Students who attend Catholic School are more likely to attend church and remain active catholics as adults.  Catholic School students are also more tolerant of diverse views, more likely to vote, more likely to be civically engaged and earn higher wages than their public school peers.

Our school is rich in tradition and legacy and we are committed to providing a safe, caring, and challenging educational environment that promotes learning and achievement for all students. Our school motto is “Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow” so we invite you to contact us for more information on how you can make your child a learner today and a leader tomorrow!

Come visit our school and experience the warm, welcoming environment that is St. Joan of Arc Campus.


Christopher Pollard
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Mr. Pollard has over 10 years of experience in education. In addition to graduating from Central Catholic, he received his undergraduate education from Walsh University. After spending eight successful years in the classroom, he earned his M.A.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Malone University.
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