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.
St. John’s School’s Art Department held its Knights Gallery Opening Reception last Sunday, April 22, 2018 at the Tumon Sands Plaza. The exhibit features outstanding artworks and talents of nine seniors under the International Baccalaureate (IB) Art Program.
Families and fellow students visited the LRC last Friday, February 16 to view the artistic pieces produced by our kindergarten to 12th grade students from Ms. Nancy Provido and Ms. […]
Four of St. John’s finest musicians were selected to perform at the 2018 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall, one of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical and popular music.
Norman Babia, Music Director at St. John’s School, has been recognized for his outstanding achievements and the important role he plays as an inspiration to others in the island […]
The St. John’s School gymnasium was overflowing with memories, music and good cheer on Saturday, September 16, as the school community came together to celebrate its 55th anniversary.
10th grade violinists Elizabeth Su and Kaela Kim were selected to perform for the 2017 High School Honors Performance Series at the Sydney Opera House, Australia. Elite student performers from […]
In honor of Mes Chamoru, St. John’s Service Club, Art Club, and National Junior Honor Society redesign two of GPO’s carabao statues.
Two of St. John’s Symphony Orchestra’s finest violinists were selected to perform under the direction of renowned conductors at the 2017 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.