Support SJA

We are grateful for the opportunities you make possible for the young women at St. Joan Antida High School (SJA). It is because of you, that SJA is able to prepare today's young women through learning so that their leadership can transform tomorrow.

As we look forward to transforming tomorrow, you play a vital role in helping us shape that future. As a school community we are committed to improving how we serve our students every day and are envisioning ways that we can make SJA even stronger. We are excited to head into the next chapter with plans of adding additional academic, spiritual  and extracurricular programs to enhance the learning experience of our young women. 

We need you to help make this possible. Your year-end gift will help us enhance SJA so that we can continue transforming the lives of hundreds of young women in Milwaukee.

 

Support our young women with a gift today!

Help SJA students prepare today to transform tomorrow, by making a gift to St. Joan Antida High School.  Contact our Development Office for any questions at 414-274-4728 or developmentasst@saintjoanantida.org. 

  
Checks Payable to:
St. Joan Antida High School 
Attn: Development Office
1341 North Cass St
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Learn how SJA students are preparing to lead

 

 

 
 

The RoboChix, fresh off of their visit to World Championships last spring, are working on building their next robot for the FTC Robotics “Rover Ruckus” competitions that begin in January.

 

Math Studies students are working with an instructor from our partner Northwestern Mutual on new and exciting ways to learn using Agile methodologies.

 

The SMART team (Students Modeling a Research Topic) are beginning the initial stages of research for their science model in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin.

 

Students in all grade levels are preparing for service learning experiences after visiting with more than 15 community agencies at our first volunteer fair this fall.

 

During their “Art and Activism” retreat in partnership with Casa Romero Retreat Center, students created canvas social justice murals and discussed ways they could take action to help those in need.