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It is difficult to imagine what St. Joseph Catholic Academy would look like without the generous financial contributions that many have made throughout the years.  Gifts of any size make a difference and we encourage the participation of all in our community, as giving is a sign of your support for SJCA's mission. Your gift has far reaching impact as we educate students to go into the world and make a difference.  If you would like to donate to a specific memorial, please contact the Business Department at (262) 654-8651 or click here to email.  Thank you for your commitment to Catholic education and for your continued generosity.


Annual Auction

The All that Glitters is Blue and Gold auction is St. Joseph Catholic Academy’s main fundraiser of the year.  Proceeds from the Auction go directly to the operating budget and make up the difference between tuition income and total expenses.  Our annual auction is a social event that brings the entire SJCA community together on one night; unifying donors, alumni, parents, staff, and students to support the school.   

Donate to Tools for Teachers

Century Dinner

The SJCA Century Dinner is an annual event held each April and hosted by the SJCA Athletic Association.  Your $200 contribution entitles you and a guest to attend this party with delicious food, a variety of cocktails and great music.   Your attendance is not required to win.  Due to the CoVid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Century Dinner has been cancelled.  We look forward to seeing you at the SJCA Golf Outing this July.

Athletic Association Golf Outing

The SJCA Annual Golf Outing is sponsored by the SJCA Athletic Association.  The SJCA athletic programs continue to grow each year, and with your support of the Golf Outing, we are able to offer SJCA students a variety of competitive sports at all grade levels from Kindergarten through grade 12. Proceeds from this event allow us to purchase sporting equipment, uniforms, various transportation expenses and update athletic facilities.

ERock Bowl-A-Thon

Every year an Erock event is planned to continue to fund the Ellen Rose Santarelli Memorial Scholarship. Each Erock event is open to all members of the community. Previous events were golf and bowling outings.  The purpose of erock events is to raise funds to grow the Ellen Santarelli Memorial Scholarship which provides an annual scholarship to a deserving female student at SJCA high school.  This scholarship was created to honor Ellen’s years of dedication as a teacher and coach at St. Joseph High School. 

For Pete's Sake Memorial Scholarship Run

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Annual Fund

The Annual Fund is the school's most important fundraising program, providing unrestricted, immediate-use dollars that support the school's rigorous curriculum, dedicated teachers and wide-ranging extracurricular opportunities. The Annual Fund is a yearly fundraising effort that underwrites the operating budget of St. Joseph Catholic Academy. This year the Annual Fund runs from July 1, 2019,  through June 30, 2020. Gifts are solicited from alumni, parents, friends, corporations, and foundations.  


Endowments ensure secure, perpetual income for St. Joseph Catholic Academy. Money donated to an endowment is invested, and the interest generated is used for the purpose designated by the benefactor, whether it is tuition assistance support for students, programmatic support for faculty, or maintenance support for the school.


Students needing tuition assistance come from all sectors of life. Giving today will ensure the future of a student tomorrow. Your gift assists us in continuing our tradition of accepting qualified students, regardless of their family's ability to pay the full cost of tuition. We are proud of our hundreds of graduates who benefited from this program and have gone on to live lives of service and witness to their faith. 

Estate & Planned Giving

School Fundraisers

Student Council

Members of Student Council are required to have exemplary school participation, leadership, and character. Students work together to promote unity, participation, and spirit within the student body. Members attend meetings and work on projects before school, after school, and occasionally on weekends that include planning school dances (Homecoming, Prom), fundraising, spirit days, assemblies, food and toy drives, blood drives, etc. 

Lower Campus

7207 14th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53143
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Upper Campus

2401 69th St
Kenosha, WI 53143
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