Saint Joan of Arc School

Marlton, New Jersey

St. Joan of Arc Parish School is located in Marlton, New Jersey.  Construction began in October, 1962.  Students in grades one through five entered the building in September, 1965.  Each year another grade was added until the eight grades were completed in September, 1968.  The Kindergarten classes were added in 1988 with the addition of the new church.  Pedata Hall (formerly Trinity Hall) and the upper classrooms. 

The former church became a state of the art gymnasium.  Through the years a library, computer lab and art room became part of the complex.  Classrooms are equipped with computers, printers and closed circuit television.  New controlled access doors and an electronic surveillance camera system are now in place.

Before and after school programs provide a safe, friendly, God-centered environment for families needing this service.

Burlington County Special Services from the Educational Services Unit complement our diocesan and state standard curriculum by providing Supplemental and Compensatory Education, Speech and Child Study services.

St. Joan of Arc School continues to be served the the Sisters of Saint Joseph and a dedicated lay faculty.