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Excellence in Education

Virtual Learning


When signing in for ZOOM classes, students must use their real name for attendance purposes. For questions, please contact Mrs. Witthun at or call (262) 654/8651 ext. 124.

Frequently Asked Questions: 


Q:  Where is my class zoom link located? 
A:  All zoom links will be posted in each course's announcement section on canvas. 

Q:  The zoom link was posted a few weeks ago, do I use this one? 
A:  Yes. The zoom link is recurring so you will use the same link for your class for the entire quarter. 

Q:  There is no zoom link on canvas. What should I do now?
A:  Please check your email for any communication from your teacher and if you still can not find a link or assignment then reach out to Mrs. Witthun immediately. 

Q:  Is there a zoom link for Gym? 
A:  No. Gym will give assignments each week that will count as your participation points. Please check the assignment section in Canvas for gym and your email for communication about the assignment from your teacher. 

Q:  Do I have to wear my uniform for class? 
A:  Yes. A uniform shirt must be worn for classes Monday through Thursday and you may wear a spirit wear top for Friday classes. 

Q:  Do I need to keep my camera on during my zoom meetings?
A:  Yes. Teachers need to take attendance and make sure you are participating for the entire class period so they will do periodic checks that you are visible in the screen and may ask you questions throughout the zoom meeting. 



For questions regarding Virtual Learning at the Lower Campus, please contact Mrs. Dawn Secketa at or call (262) 656-7360.

Summer Reading 2020

2020 Summer Reading Assignments for English Classes


Middle School students are required to read THREE books this summer.  SJCA is providing our middle school students with ONE of their three summer reading books. If your student did not already receive his or her SJCA provided summer reading book, PLEASE pick up the requisite book in the Upper Campus Main Office. Office hours are Monday through Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. noon starting on Monday, June 15th.  NEW STUDENTS AND INCOMING 6TH GRADERS: please pick up your summer reading book in the Upper Campus Main Office as well.  Please click on the link below for the reading assignments. 


High School students are required to read ONE book this summer.  SJCA is providing our high school students with their summer reading materials.  If your student did not already receive his or her summer reading materials  at laptop drop off or one of our graduation events, PLEASE pick up the requisite book in the Upper Campus Main Office: Office hours are Monday through Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. noon starting on Monday, June 15th.  NEW STUDENTS: please pick up your summer reading book in the office as well.  Listed below are the high school summer reading books.  Please click on the links below for the appropriate assignments. 

  • Incoming 9th graders--The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
  • Incoming 10th graders-- The Color of Water by James McBride
  • Incoming 11th graders taking World Lit-- Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
  • Incoming 11th and 12th graders taking AP Lang--Packet of two essays "Letter from Birmingham Jail" by Martin Luther King Jr. and "Where I Live, and What I Lived For" by Henry David Thoreau
  • Incoming 12th graders taking British Lit: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon
  • Incoming 12th grader taking AP Lit--How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster
AP LiteratureAP LanguageWorld LiteratureBritish LiteratureAmerican Literature (Honors and Regular)Freshman Survey (Honors and Regular)Middle School Summer Reading 2020

May Term

Math Lab at the Upper Campus

This year, the Upper Campus Math Lab will run from Monday through Thursday between 3 and 3:30 p.m. 

  • Middle School Math Lab will be held in Room 105
  • High school will be in Room 226.
    • High School resource period math period will be available Monday through Thursdays.  For resource period, students will need to pick up a pass to attend Math Lab between 7:15 and 7:45 from a math teacher and will then go to that teacher's room during resource.

For questions, contact Mrs. Benhart at


Little Lancer Preschool

Fostering a Love of Learning

The Little Lancer preschool ignites the spark of curiosity, instills the joy of discovery, and fosters the love of learning.

Our 3-year old and 4-year old students participate in all academic subject areas that are developmentally appropriate for early learners.

At the preschool level, language skills include listening, speaking and writing. An awareness of language is developed through alphabet, vocabulary, and sentence activities. Authors, illustrators, and various types of books are studied in depth.

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Elementary School

Building a Strong Foundation

SJCA recognizes that the elementary school years must build a solid foundation for future learning and academic success.

The elementary curriculum emphasizes reading, writing, math, social studies, science and religion, and is carefully designed in a sequential manner to maximize academic outcomes. Our teachers focus heavily on developing reading skills in both fluency and comprehension. Those strong reading skills are then honed as students not only “learn to read” but “read to learn.” 

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Middle School

Creating Habits for Success

SJCA understands that the skills and habits developed in middle school are not only indicators of  high school achievement, but also directly impact college success.  Thus, the SJCA Middle School focuses not just on the academic skills necessary for future success, but also on the specific habits that lead to independent, purposeful learning.

Middle school is an exciting time at SJCA, with new challenges and opportunities. Students begin to take responsibility for their educational experiences.  Most importantly, middle school is a gateway, creating the habits that will lead our students toward high school and college success.  

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High School

Preparing for the Future

High school is the culmination of the SJCA learning journey. During these crucial four years, students explore a wide variety of classes and activities to discover their strengths, master essential skills, and prepare for college. Our challenging curriculum provides diverse course offerings to meet all students’ needs.

At SJCA, opportunities abound for participation and leadership in student government, athletics, the fine arts, and clubs. Due to our supportive environment, most SJCA students are involved in several extracurricular activities. Our football players sing and dance in the school musical, and our musicians serve on student government.

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J-Term and May Term

Exploring Interests, Igniting Curiosity

J-Term and May term are unique, learning sessions for students that ignite curiosity and inspire creativity.

During J-Term, our middle and high school students immerse themselves in courses that are deliberately experiential, giving them the time and freedom to explore topics outside of our normal college preparatory curriculum.  While our middle and high school students spend full days exploring areas of interest, our preschool and elementary school students engage in their own May-term sessions in sports, academics, and the arts.

Learn More2019 J-Term Catalog

The Lancer Honor Code

Wisconsin Parental Choice Program

SJCA is part of the Wisconsin Parental  Choice program. The Wisconsin DPI publishes a School Report card every year.  SJCA score is 82.2 which exceeds expectations. Click here for the full report. 

Lower Campus

7207 14th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53143
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Upper Campus

2401 69th St
Kenosha, WI 53143
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