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Summer Work & Supply Lists

This year our supply lists and summer work are listed on our external website under Parent Portal. Parent Square will be archived during the summer so it is easier for us to have this information on our website. Also, it allows our new families to 

Believe in the Magic of St. Justin’s – December 11th

Food Drive a Success!

The final count is in, and all together we collected 1,064 food items which exceeded our school wide goal by 161 items!!   Thank you and your families for your outstanding generosity!  This food will help many of our community members who are struggling to 

Supply Drop Off on Monday, 8/16 and Tuesday, 8/17

Dropping Off School Supplies Monday, August 16th and Tuesday, August 17th 10am-2pm at the front office. Parents are unable to walk supplies to the classrooms. Label bags with Student’s Name and Grade Masks required. While there are no requirements for social distancing, we ask that 

Staff Appreciation Day 2021

Hello St. Justin Community, Today, we honor all of our staff. Please join us in prayer to celebrate Mr. Giang, Ms. Julie, Ms. Dionne, Mrs. G, Mrs. Diaz and Mr. Miguel. We thank them for all they do for our school.

Earth Day 2021

Happy Earth Day Chargers! Our Student Council created a video for our prayer service this morning. Enjoy!

Stations of the Cross

Hello St. Justin Community, Today, as we start the Easter Triduum, the students will spend some time in reflecting on the Stations of the Cross that our 8th grade has so wonderfully recreated. We pray that your family will have a safe Easter filled with 

Bidding Begins Tonight!!!!

St. Justin’s Mask-erade Let’s Go St. Justin’s Chargers! It’s Free for Everyone to Attend! 25 Early Bird Items will open today at 8pm! Gina’s Fitness, Denise’s Pet Portrait, Fun in the Sun, Kayaking, Game Night, The Olive Bar, and a Painting Party with Gabe to 

Mio Vicino Fundraiser

Please consider ordering from Mio Vicino for either Friday, March 12th or Saturday, March 13th! A portion of the proceeds benefits St. Justin School. To place an order go to the website and follow the instructions below :

Catholic Schools Week

Join us as we observe this national event with activities & events, including a VIRTUAL Open House on Sunday, 1/31! National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States and began in 1974, launched by the National Catholic Educational 

Giving Tuesday

As you look to support worthy causes today, please consider a contribution to St. Justin School. St. Justin School is dedicated to providing a Christ-centered community that focuses on the needs of the whole child. Our school provides a quality Catholic education in a safe 

Welcome Back Middle School!

We are thrilled to be able to welcome our Middle Schoolers back on campus! Today our 6th, 7th, and 8th graders returned to to join the rest of our students, getting back into the swing of the in-person routine. Go Chargers! *Distance learning will continue 

Welcome Back Grades 3, 4, 5!

Today we welcomed our Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade classes back on campus. It was so nice to see their happy faces back at school! *Distance learning will continue to be still available in ALL grades.

Virtual Open House – Nov 12th

Join us for a virtual Open House on November 12, 2020! Explore our campus through a virtual tour, meet our principal & faculty and learn how our school provides a quality Catholic education in a safe and nurturing environment, fostering the development of faith-filled individuals who are responsible 

Welcome Back Grades K-2!

WELCOME BACK CHARGERS! We happily welcomed Kinder, First and Second grades back on campus today! Thank you for your support and understanding as we carefully reopen our school. *Distance learning will continue to be still available in ALL grades.

Open for In-Person Learning!

Beginning October 13, St. Justin School is phasing in a return to on-campus, in-person instruction! Distance learning will continue to be still available in ALL grades. Reopening Update Santa Clara County’s updated guidance allows schools to reopen. We are excited to finalize our plan to 


In honor of the International Day of Peace, our Student Council hosted a virtual prayer service for our school community. It was a beautiful start to our day and served as a reminder that we need to pray for peace in our world.

2020-21 Student Council Installation

Congratulations to our 2020-21 Student Council members, who were installed virtually. These student leaders are enthusiastic, committed to their duties, and look forward to serving together. They are ready to represent the students of St. Justin School by living their faith and sharing their talents 

Happy First Day of School!

First Day of School Welcome Message from Principal  Good Morning St. Justin Students and Families! Happy First Day of School! Please follow the link below for a Welcome Message to kick off the school year!

In Memoriam

Dear St. Justin Community, Today we received the news that Ms. Juanita, our extended care director, passed away this weekend. She was a beloved member of the St. Justin community for 25 years. She fought a strong battle against cancer, and now is resting with 

Welcome to our new Principal!

Diocese of San José Elementary Schools will begin the new school year with distance learning

July 24, 2020 Dear Catholic School Community, Please be assured of our prayers during this challenging time. Throughout the summer, all of our schools have been actively collaborating with one another to develop plans for different scenarios in the new school year – keeping faith, 

School Closed March 12 – May 1, 2020

All Diocese of San Jose Schools will be closed beginning Friday, March 12th, and will hopefully resume on Monday, May 4th. In anticipation of a possible school closure, our faculty spent the afternoon yesterday planning for Distance Learning.  This is so that we can be 

Bishop Cantú Visits St. Justin School

We were very blessed to have Bishop Cantú visit St. Justin School earlier this month. We started our day celebrating Mass together. Then he visited the classrooms, taking a look at the students’ work and answering their questions. He was also kind enough to stay