Emily Santeler is the newest member of the St. Joan Antida Development team serving as Development and Events Specialist. Santeler is originally from Delavan, WI but moved to Milwaukee to serve with AmeriCorps and College Possible. Prior to her position at SJA, she completed two terms of service with the organization as a coach, acting as a near-peer mentor for college students (including working closely with SJA alumnae!)
Empowering young women for 65 years!
Founded in 1954, St. Joan Antida High School (SJA) prepares and empowers young women to lead and serve in a global society. As Wisconsin’s only all-girl International Baccalaureate World School (IB), SJA provides a student-centered, college-preparatory education to young women in grades 9-12. Located in downtown Milwaukee and sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of St. Joan Antida, SJA offers a Catholic, values-based approach with an educational model focused on academic quality, personalized attention, and leadership development.
Learn more about what makes a SJA education unique in the video below.