Representing Guam in the 2019 Australian International Music Festival in Sydney, Australia, the Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra (TBYO) performed with and competed against more than 1400 participants from July 4th to 11th at different concert venues including the iconic Sydney Opera House, Chatswood Concourse, and Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour in Sydney.
A sibling duo from St. John’s School both recently won first place in their respective categories at the 75th Guam Liberation Day Children’s Art Contest.
Congratulations to six of our St. John’s students who garnered top awards in the 2019 International Young Scientists Innovation Exhibition (IYSIE) held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 8-12, 2019. This event was organized by the Malaysia Young Scientist Organization (MYSO).
“Our son is excited every morning to attend and every day after school, he shares the new things he has learned in his Survival Skills class. He has sharpened his skills in the core subjects and has fun at the same time. The staff and teachers are great. The program is just outstanding!” – St. John’s Summer Knights Parent
The honor of being salutatorian for St. John’s Class of 2019 was awarded to Halen Carbonel. Throughout his stay in St. John’s, Halen has maintained focus and flourished through the rigorous academic programs that has molded him to achieve greatness.
Through hard work and dedication, Jaclyn Perez is this year’s class valedictorian, the highest academic accomplishment a high school student can achieve.
In celebration of a year of exponential development and growth, St. John’s School held its kindergarten graduation for the Class of 2031 on June 5 at the school chapel, the Episcopal Church of St. John the Divine.
Twenty St. John’s students won top awards after impressing the judges and visitors with their inventive projects at this year’s 41st Island Wide Science Fair held on May 11 at the University of Guam Science Building.
Fifty-four graduates walked across the stage to receive their diplomas at the Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2019 on May 25 at the Dale J. Jenkins Gymnasium. Family, friends and the St. John’s community gathered to celebrate the accomplishment of the graduating class. The ceremony included words of advice and encouragement from school administrators, class leaders and from Governor Lou Leon Guerrero.
St. John’s School Glee Club has been invited by the Distinguished Concerts International New York City (DCINY) to participate in a performance of Christopher Tin’s Calling All Dawns on the DCINY Concert Series in New York City. This performance is planned to take place on Sunday, March 23, 2020 in David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts under the baton of Composer/Conductor Christopher Tin.