St. Joseph High School is an English Medium School established and managed by the Poona Diocesan Educational Society. It is recognized by the Government of Maharashtra and comprises of ten standards, besides the pre-primary classes, and prepares pupils, primarily, for the Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C.) Examination of the State of Maharashtra.
St. Joseph High School is a Christian minority school which aims at giving an all-round education: academic, physical, moral and spiritual - primarily to Catholics, for whose education the institution has been established and also to other children irrespective of religion or race in so far as in consonant with Catholic principles.
All subjects are taught through the medium of English, Marathi is taught from Std. I and Hindi is taught from Std. IV.
The school is named after St. Joseph. Being the patron of the school, St. Joseph is a model of living for its staff and students, for he was a just and wise man, who lived out his deep faith in God.
It is a co-educational institution. The syllabus followed is that prescribed by the Department of Education, Maharashtra.