St. Joseph Program
Our St. Joseph Program is designed to provide a positive educational and social experience for a select group of students with learning differences.
The St. Joseph Program and Center was named to honor St. Joseph, a patron of the Congregation of Holy Cross which sponsors Bishop McNamara High School. Known as compassionate, caring and mindful to the Holy Spirit, St. Joseph was the foster father to whom Jesus was entrusted, along with Mary his mother. His concern for the protection of the child Jesus provides a model for the nurturance of young people everywhere. St. Joseph is also the patron saint for fathers, workers, and social justice; his feast days are March 19th and May 1st.
The Saint Joseph's Program will hold information nights to share the specifics about this program twice in the fall.
For a printable overview of the program, go to St. Joseph Program Brochure
Master of Arts, Bowie State University
Master of Arts, Education and Human Development in School Counseling, George Washington University
Certificate, Counseling Diverse Populations, George Washington University
Ed.D, Creighton University