St. Joseph’s new high school opens doors to businesses

Last week St. Joseph High School welcomed businesspeople into the new building for tours and refreshments at the “It’s 5:01 in the 501” event hosted by the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce.

Capital Campaign Member Greg Moix (from left), Religion and Theology Teacher Shade Gilbert, parent Nicole Gooch and 5th grade student Cameron Gooch.

The event was attended by many Chamber members who had the opportunity to meet capital committee members, the project’s Principal Architect Joanna Nabholz, school staff and administrators, along with Nabholz Construction’s Project Manager James Luyt.

Students were on-hand in the Science lab performing experiments under the guidance of Department Chair Angie Collins.

The event’s presenting sponsor was Chambers Bank, and the media sponsor was 501 LIFE Magazine.