Louis Schenk (Photo right)

“St. Joseph is where I made my best friends. Those people helped me to overcome obstacles in my life and led me to where I am today.” 

Second year student, Bioengineering at Clemson.


Noah Davis

“I like having the knowledge and background to understand my beliefs and be confident in them even during unsettling times.”

Noah is Air Force Academy graduate in Systems Engineering: Astronautics.

He is now stationed in San Diego, CA.


Jordan Logue

“My time at St. Joseph's was crucial in preparing me for higher levels of education. I attribute much of my current academic success to the quality foundation that I received from St. Joseph’s.”

He graduated in May with a degree in Aerospace Enginerring and this past summer completed an internship at General Electric in Schenectady, NY. Jordan is now working on his Masters degree at the University of Oklahoma, on a full scholarship.


Mary Holahan

"I loved my years at St. Joe’s!  I came away with a great education, a lifelong friend, an enduring faith and an affinity for plaid."

Law Clerk to the Hon. R. Scott Sprouse, South Carolina 10th Judicial Circuit


Amy Davis

“St. Joseph's was instrumental in providing a foundation that put me ahead of my peers and I never looked back!”

Navy Pilot
US Naval Academy 2011
St. Joseph 1996


Lauren Shuey

“St. Joseph School provided me with a phenomenal elementary education that prepared me for what was to come. Most of all, I was blessed with wonderful friends and teachers who remain key role models in my life.”

2015 graduate, College of Charleston

Candidate for Master’s in Public Health, MUSC


Ansley C. Holcombe

“I enjoyed my time at St. Joseph because it shaped me to be a well rounded, faith loving adult.”

Food Service Director at Summit Place Assisted Living


Victoria Kellogg

“St. Joseph School taught me that ‘Nothing will be impossible for you.’ Matthew 17:20.”

Entering Calhoun Honors College at Clemson Fall 2017.

Studying Health & Sciences/Pre-Professional Health Services with plans to become a Pediatric Oncologist.



Mary Alice & Cole Kelley

I started 2nd grade the year the school opened in 1967 and went through 6th grade. I still have friends from my years there and I cherish the memories.

I loved having Cole at St. Joseph's! Bringing him up with friends and family learning about and sharing our Catholic faith has been one of my greatest blessings.

Cole is majoring in Business with a minor in Sports Communications at Clemson.  

Mary Alice works in sales at Hales Jewelers in Greenville.