The 12th annual St. John’s School 2K/5K Family Fun Run, “Running into the Future” was held on Feb 29, 2020 at the Ypao Beach Park and was our most successful event to date!
The Chemistry Program at the University of Guam hosted its annual Chemistry Titration Competition for high school students during the university’s Charter Day celebrations on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
This year the St. John’s School Music Department participated in the 2020 Tumon Bay Music Festival. The music festival ran from February 27 to March 7 in various venues.
On February 4, 2020, St. John’s School Cross Country/Track and Field Team Captain and Student Council President, Madison Packbier, signed her collegiate letter of intent to attend Claremont McKenna College (CMC) and compete for their varsity women’s track and field team. During her signing, she was surrounded by family, friends, teachers, administrators, and coaches to celebrate this joyous chapter of her life.
The Knight Profile is back, and we are excited to feature St. John’s lifer, Allyson Chiu, as she shares her journey of pursuing her passion and landing an amazing job opportunity at The Washington Post.
A St. John’s School tradition, the annual Ring Ceremony took place on February 12 at the school chapel. This formal event symbolizes the handing down of responsibility from the seniors to the juniors. In pairs, junior and senior students were called forth to have their candles lit and for the underclassmen to receive their rings.
St. John’s School congratulates four upper school seniors for being selected as finalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. The four seniors include Takeru “Ted” Fukami, Haram Kim, Heera Kodiyamplakkal, and Elizabeth Su.
Returning from Christmas break in South Korea, 6th grade student, Grace Kang, brought back with her two distinguished musical souvenirs. Grace won first place in the elementary division at the Korea Academy National Convention – A Student Music Competition which was held on December 28, 2019 and the Seoul Music Scholarship Competition on December 21, 2019.
Three of St. John’s outstanding orchestral musicians have brought their talents to New York’s famous Carnegie Hall, one of the world’s most eminent music venues, where they were selected to perform for the 2020 High School Honors Performance Series.
On January 28, St. John’s School welcomed the Year of the Rat with a traditional lion dance performed by the Chinese School of Guam’s Lion Dance Team.