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.
Thanks everyone for supporting, whether in person or in spirit. We had 7 teams compete (roughly 70 players) along with their friends and family that came out to support and cheer.
St. John’s fifth grade class was visited by a professional tennis player, Michael-Ray Pallares Gonzáles alongside Torgun Smith, Board President of the Guam National Tennis Federation (GNTF) last September 20, 2018.
In celebration of the newly renovated gym floor, St. John’s School will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and blessing on Wednesday, August 8, 2018, in time for the new school year. The ceremony will take place in front of the Dale J. Jenkins Gymnasium at 1:45 PM.
After an active morning of fun and friendly competition among schoolmates, the Green or Pelleus House came out victorious at St. John’s Annual Sports Day on Friday, March 23, 2018.
St. John’s basketball players can now kick their training up a notch thanks to the basketball shooting machine that was generously donated by St. John’s Class of 2007 alumnus, Seong Cho.
Congratulations to Joseph (Jay) Cruz on completion of his Professional Tennis Certification! As a PTR Professional, Cruz has successfully completed all sections of PTR’s certification testing with a grade of […]
St. John’s Alumni, students and community friends took part in a friendly match at the 3rd Annual Alumni Beach Volleyball Tournament & Mixer held at the Beach Bar & Grill […]
Join us for the 3rd Annual Alumni and Friends Beach Volleyball Tournament AND Mixer.
It was a beautiful morning in Tumon as hundreds of runners and walkers of all ages came out in support of the 9th annual St. John’s 5K fun run. […]