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St. Joseph the Worker School  is a fully accredited, Transitional Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Catholic Parish School in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. We affirm that each child is unique, and, with dignity and respect, we guide each student to attain his/her fullest potential.  We serve our community by providing a caring, educational environment in which each child is able to develop spiritually, academically, socially, and physically. In collaboration with our families, we provide our students with a foundation for success in high school and for development into responsible adolescents and adults. We are committed to nurturing a community of understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity.


While celebrating our diversity, we define ourselves as members of one Body, the Body of Christ. Our community has a values-centered education committed to the fourfold ministry of the Church: worship, love, service, and witness. By affirming and modeling the values Jesus lived and taught, our school community reflects our parish’s Catholic identity.


School-wide Learning Expectations

A Saint Joseph the Worker student:

1. Is a Catholic Christian who lives in peace with God, the “dear neighbor,” and the earth.

2. Is a life-long learner.

3. Has a responsibility to promote social justice.

4. Respects the human body as created by God.

5. Appreciates the arts and the beauty of God’s creation.


Primary Grades Version of SLEs

A Saint Joseph the Worker student:

1. Is a friend of God, other people, and the earth

2. Wants to learn.

3. Is a good citizen who respects and protects God’s creation.

4. Is a healthy, active person.

5. Knows many art forms and can see their beauty.


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