The St. Joan Antida Board of Directors, with the full support of the Sisters of Charity of St. Joan Antida, unanimously voted to name Elizabeth Lingen Principal of St. Joan Antida High School (SJA) effective July 1. With this appointment the school will be returning to a President/Principal model for its key leadership roles. The Board of Directors is currently working to form a search committee to begin the process of finding the school's next President.
Learn more about SJA’s college-bound curriculum as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.
Applications are now available for the 2017-18 school year.
With more than 4,500 graduates, SJA women are making a difference in Milwaukee and beyond!
The Sisters of Charity of St. Joan Antida share an important message regarding a leadership transition at St. Joan Antida High School. Questions or concerns should be directed to Joel Cencius, Director of Development and Communications at (414) 274-4710 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please continue to visit our website for the latest in SJA news and events. .
Thank you for your continued support of St. Joan Antida High School and its students.
Alumna's Life Comes Full Circle
The oldest of seven children, Christine Weidner '68 was born and raised on Milwaukee's north side. Her father owned and operated Emery's bike shop, which is successfully in operation to this day. However, with seven children at home, money was always tight. In order to attend St. Joan Antida High School (SJA), Weidner had to work in order to pay for her own tuition, book fees and uniforms.
SJA is proud to announce that junior Daijahnay Canady has been named the Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year for the state of Wisconsin, the highest honor given to Boys & Girls Club members. Canady competed against thousands of other teens in Wisconsin to earn this honor. A survivor of sexual assault, Canady shares her journey of acceptance and self-discovery.
Can't attend this year's Auction but want to help? You can support our students by donating to SJA's 2018 Wish Tree. Donation options include much needed school items such as the following:
- Classroom sets (15 books) of "The Great Gatsby" ($175 each set)
- ACT Prep materials for one student ($100 each)
- IB Environmental Science Textbooks ($75 each)
- RoboChix Robotics Program field and robot supplies ($500)