Anthony John, Class of 2015

St. John’s School is proud to be the home of  ambitious, dedicated, understanding, determined and caring students who thrive in the classroom and move on to bright, successful futures. Hear what the students had to say about their St. John’s experiences and the experiences and opportunities that await them in college and beyond.

 

Anthony Joseph Ada John
Class of 2015

What colleges were you accepted into?

Stanford, Harvard and Duke

Which college will you choose and why?

Stanford, because I really like their campus and their engineering department

What is your planned college major and minor?

Major: Engineering   Minor: Maybe economics

Why do you wish to pursue this major or career? How does this match with what you would like to achieve in your life after college?

My two favorite subjects are physics and math, so I think engineering would fit me well. Also, I like all of the opportunities engineering gives me.

What about college are you most excited for?

Everything

What advice would you give to a high school student starting college applications?

Don’t only worry about test scores, make sure you take the time to do activities
outside of the classroom and make your essays strong.

How well has St. John’s prepared you for a successful college future?

St. John’s has made sure that I will be ready for the academic rigor of college courses.

What will your lasting memories of St. John’s be?

Being with my friends and the great St. John’s staff.

 

Christmas Chapel, 2015

Christmas Chapel, 2015

Anthony John wins 2nd place in the Boys' Singles Division, IIAAG 2015 Tennis All Island

Anthony John wins 2nd place in the Boys’ Singles Division, IIAAG 2015 Tennis All Island

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