St Joseph’s College was founded by the De La Salle Brothers in 1855 and has been located in a number of sites across London during its history. These sites now give their names to our 6 ‘Houses’ and are at the heart of our house system. The College finally arrived at our current location on Beulah Hill in 1904. This makes St Joseph’s College one of England’s oldest and most established Catholic State Funded Boys Schools. Girls are admitted into our thriving 6th Form. St Joseph’s College in one of the top performing boys’ state schools in the area.
As a College, at our core, we are an unambiguously Christian School, inclusive of people of other faiths. Our Christian dimension permeates and shapes every aspect of school life: tone atmosphere, spirit, signs, symbols, relationships, curriculum, requirements and regulations.
Our policies are centred on our young people, designed to prepare them to take their place in society. We are determined to enable our students to “live life to the fullest” (Jn. 10:10) through a quality human and Christian education.
20th December 2019
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15th January 2019
Year 7 Parents’ Evening on Tuesday 15th January 2019 starting at 3:45 and finishing at 7:00pm.
11th January 2019
Staff INSET day on Friday 11 January 2019. No students should come into College except Y13 students that have examinations.
1st October 2018
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Sixth Form Information
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St Joseph’s wins national award for performance
St. Joseph’s College has been recognised in 2019, as being in the top 20% of secondary schools for progress across the country and is one of the top 25 of non-selective boys schools in the country
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