Saint Joseph High School Swimming
Home of the 42 time Defending GMC Champions

The Falcon's provide a richer history than any other team in the state in any sport. Today, we continue to build upon that history. Through hard work and determination, the team has been a state power for the last 25 years. With our future Falcon's who are determined to work as hard, we will be a state power for the next 25 years.
  • When is swim season?
Swimming is a winter sport. State regulations dictate that all high schools can not enter the water until November 15th of that school year. The season ends approximately the end of February/ early March.
  • Where do you practice?
Practice is held at Raritan Bay YMCA, a 10 lane  25 yard pool.
  • What time is practice?
Practice begins at 5:20am and ends at 7:20am
  • How many swimmers do you keep on the team?
Making cuts is never an easy for the coaching staff, due to logistics we keep as many as we can fit on a single school bus(about 40)
  • Do I need to pick my son up from practice?
No, a school bus will be provided to pick your son up and drop him off at school on school days.
  • When can I get more information about schedules and practices?
In the beginning of November there will be a parents meeting to go over practice days & the schedule. If you have any other questions feel free to e-mail coach Cahill at :
  • What can Saint Joes swimming offer that other schools can’t?
Beside the tradition of excellence that is unmatched anywhere, Saint Joes swims the toughest schedule in NJ, perhaps in the East coast. Besides swimming against the tops in NJ, Saint Joes travels to other states to swim against out-of-state powerhouse schools.