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St. Joseph the Worker School is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.  St. Joseph the Worker School follows the curriculum set by the Office of Education for the Diocese of Allentown and is customized to meet the needs of St. Joseph the Worker School student body where local variations are permissible.

The curriculum encompasses the sequentially ordered learning experiences, which the school provides for its students.  The total curriculum includes the development of Catholic values and attitudes, and attainment of knowledge and skills necessary for the student’s spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, and physical development.



The basic curriculum for the school (but not necessarily for each grade level) includes the following subjects: religion, reading, language arts (English, spelling, handwriting), mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, Spanish, health, physical education, media & technology.

We know that Our Heavenly Father has a plan for your children.  The collaborative work between parents and teachers is sure to be seen when the children are ready for their life's work. The children can say with enthusiastic readiness as Samuel did, "Speak Lord, for your servant is listening" (Samuel 3:10) in the tradition of excellence which is the hallmark of a Catholic education.

Students are the heart and soul of St. Joseph the Worker and we couldn't be more proud of how they represent our school, their families and most importantly, Jesus.  We hear from many that having a school with a culture of honesty, kindness, respect and personal responsibility makes our school a safe and fun place for the students to learn.  There are a variety of ways that students interact with each other from prayer partners and academics, to sports and art and music.  There truly is something for everyone at St. Joseph the Worker!