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Principal's Message

It is with great pleasure that I address you as the Principal of St. Joseph’s Morrow Park Catholic Secondary School (SJMP). You only need to walk the halls or stop by any classroom to experience the exciting environment at SJMP. Students are eager to learn, and faculty and administrators are continuously thinking of new and innovative ways to meet the needs of their students.


Since the St. Joseph’s Sisters opened the doors to this school in September 1960, young girls have had the privilege of being educated in a Catholic environment that strives to form strong, confident, and independent women who are well-equipped to continue their education on any path of their choice. We are grateful to the St. Joseph’s Sisters who began this tradition and the dedicated staff who continue this well-established practice​.


Our school offers a strong extra-curricular program in the arts and sports areas, and encourages participation in a wide assortment of clubs and activities including Social Justice Groups, Newspaper, Yearbook, Athletics, Band, Choir, Yearbook, Student Council, and others. There is no reason for a St. Joseph’s Morrow Park student not to be involved. If there is not an existing activity that is of interest, there are always students who are ready to take on a leadership role to initiate a new group.

I challenge all parents/guardians to encourage your daughters to get involved in the many and varied ministries that are offered at the school and to take advantage of the support offered from our caring staff. Getting involved and making use of the resources available will help make this school year one that you and your daughters can be proud of.

St. Joseph’s Morrow Park is a special, welcoming place, and a great environment in which to mature as you journey through your high school years. You will not find a more caring, dedicated, and committed faculty, administration, and support staff who truly believe our students are second to none.


We believe in the talent of all our students, and we strive as a community for all to reach their full potential.


On behalf of Ms. Moynihan and the entire SJMP staff, I wish you a most successful year.


Patricia Coburn