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St. Joseph's High School (South Bend, Indiana) - History
... Saint Joseph High School began classes on September 20, 1953, as the first consolidated, co-institutional Catholic high school in the South Bend area ... The school is very well known for its location located directly across the street from the University of Notre Dame ... The school was made up of students from Central Catholic High School, Saint Hedwig School, Saint Joseph's Academy, and South Bend Catholic High School ...
List Of Schools In India - Pondicherry
... The following Higher Secondary Schools and High Schools are situates in the Union Territory of Puducherry Petit Seminaire Higher Secondary School, M.G Road Jayarani ... Ann's High School (A) Swami Vivekananda Vidyalaya, High School St ... Louis De Gonzague High School (A) Sacred Heart of Jesus High School (A) Sigma English High School St ...
St. Joseph High School (Saskatoon)
... Joseph High School is a high school in Saskatoon, Canada, a part of the University Heights Suburban Centre ... Joseph High School is part of the Saskatoon Catholic School division ...
St. Joseph's Convent High School - United States
... Joseph High School (Conway, Arkansas) St ... Joseph Catholic High School (Pine Bluff, Arkansas) St ... Joe High School, St ...

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