A Japanese mural was unveiled on Friday, January 14, 2022, on the second floor of the upper school building. The mural was created in collaboration with the Japanese Club and […]
Sixth-grader, Clara Kim, is the winner of the annual island-wide Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Lions Club Guam, District 204. The art contest was held on […]
Incoming upper school junior, Justine Xu, has had an eventful year in music thus far. In spite of the global pandemic, Justine has attained various accomplishments in numerous musical competitions. After […]
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Guam, in partnership with GovGuam agencies and the community, hosted an art contest to commemorate the 42nd Anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act. […]
Four of St. John’s artistic students won in their respective categories in the 14th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest sponsored by Atkins Kroll. The annual contest invites students from all […]
High school sophomore, Sunny Kang, placed first in the 9th-10th grade category at the first-ever Guahan Animu Poster Contest sponsored by DFS Group. Students’ illustrations showcased the strength and resilience […]
St. John’s School held a creative contest in celebration of Episcopal Schools Week last October 4–10, 2020.
Congratulations to St. John’s School incoming third grader, JeeHo “Julie” Kim, for being the first-ever winner of the I Taftaf Paluma (Early Bird) Patch Design Contest.
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.
St. John’s School freshman, Justine Xu, attained musical success at the 2019 Golden Classical Music Awards — New York International Competition last August 2019. She garnered first prize in the strings category – intermediate division (13-15 age group). In November, she made her solo debut performance at the Winners’ Concert held at the Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall) in New York City.