Five St. John’s students did exceptionally well in their respective divisions at the 2019 Young Artist Competition on January 23 to 24.
On January 29, Chief Justice Katherine A. Maraman visited St. John’s School to give a short presentation to the third grade class.
Class level spelling bee winners competed on January 25, 2019 at the gym for the school bee competition.
Four of our St. John’s students placed high at the annual energy poster contest for schools sponsored by the Guam Energy Office. This year’s theme was “Energy Efficiency for a Sustainable Future”.
St. John’s 5th grade student, Grace Kang won first place at the island-wide Lion’s International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Lion’s Club Guam under Latte Lion’s Club Chapter.
Throughout the month of October, St. John’s lower school students participated in a series of presentations and fun-filled activities that promote literacy and healthy living through the Read-A-Lot program.
Xu sisters, 8th grader Justine and 5th grader Jamie had been proactive over the summer, showcasing their musical prowess in off-island competitions, outplaying foreign peers.
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.
St. John’s School held its annual lower school musical recital on May 4 in the school chapel, showcasing the musical talents of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students. The […]
St. John’s lower school held a special chapel service on Tuesday, April 24 in celebration of Earth Day 2018.