Liam Padua, a St. John’s School sophomore, won first place in the 2021 Congressional Art Competition for Guam. His artwork depicted this year’s theme, “A New Tomorrow: The World We […]
John’s School recently received 2000 face masks from Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Su. These masks will be given to employees who work on campus amidst the coronavirus pandemic and will […]
The St. John’s School Giving Wall has permanently added six new donor plaques during a special recognition ceremony held on January 14, 2020. The ceremony commemorated the major donors who […]
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.
St. John’s School would like to express their profound gratitude to the Malakooti family and a hardworking group of seniors. The Malakooti family donated the new trees that you see on our campus, as well as the supplies and equipment for planting them.
Four new plaques were permanently added to the St. John’s School Giving Wall during a special recognition ceremony held on September 28, 2018.
t. John’s School library recently received 2 copies of the University of Guam School of Nursing Alumni Association’s book entitled, “The Nurses: 50 Years of Dedicated Service, Nurturing, Caring, Service with Compassion”.
St. John’s Assistant Head of School, Mr. Robert Kelley and College Guidance Counselor, Ms. Jane Shiu recently made a visit to Salt Lake City, Utah for the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC) 74th National Conference.
Several St. John’s students earned top spots in their division and category in the 40th Annual Island-wide Science Fair last May 5, 2018. Our students showcased innovative concepts in ecology […]
The traditional St. John’s Ring Ceremony took place last Wednesday, February 21 at the school chapel where the senior class bestowed rings to the junior class, symbolizing the transition of student responsibilities.