News and Announcements

  • January 24th, 2020

    Congratulations to 8th Grade High School Scholarship Winners

    Well done to our 8th Grade students, Ryan C. and Juan P. who attained the top and second place score on the Xavier High School admissions test this year. Ryan received the Brother Robert C.F.X. Honors Scholarship and Juan received the Bishop Vincent Hines Honors Memorial Scholarship.     Please see here to read the Xavier Press Release. They both… Read More

  • January 23rd, 2020

    Xavier High School Announces St. John School Scholarship Winners

    Xavier High School announces St. John School Scholarships for Class of 2024. See here for details.  Read More

  • December 30th, 2019

    Public Speaking - Our New Extracurricular After School Program - "Confident Junior Communicators" by Roquita Johnson

    Congratulations to the SJS students who participated in the recent “Confident Junior Communicators” (CJC) program offered this Fall as an after-school program for St. John School students in Grades 6-8. St. John School was honored to work with the public speaking program, Roquita Johnson Public Speaking, for the first time. As many know, St. John School prides itself in promoting… Read More

  • December 23rd, 2019

    Lessons & Carols 2019 - A Much Loved Tradition of Saint John School

    Under the direction of St. John School Music and Band Director, Mrs. Patty Hurlburt, St. John School presented Lessons and Carols 2019. Lessons and Carols has become a tradition since Mother Elaine Moorcroft became Principal in 2010. St. John School Lessons and Carols, for many families, is one of the highlight evenings at St. John School. We gather together with… Read More

  • December 17th, 2019

    The SJS Christmas Band Concert - Another SJS Tradition!

    The SJS Christmas Band concert took place at St. John School this week. As Mother Elaine mentioned, it is the beginning of a trio of special events that will take place at St. John School as we await the birth of our Savior, Christ the King. The concert began with our Grade 3 students on recorder, playing “Jingle”. They were… Read More

  • December 11th, 2019

    St. John School Thanksgiving Prayer Service 2019

    St. John School students participated in a school wide Thanksgiving Prayer Service recently. Students read readings and prayers of the faithful - all giving thanks to God, our Savior for our school, our families, our SJS teachers, faculty and staff, our SJS community and our faith in God. Fr. Greg read the Gospel and blessed all those present and their… Read More

  • December 2nd, 2019

    Spotlight on our New Grade 4 Teacher - Mrs. Meyer!

            Sometimes life has a way of surprising us and making us wonder what God has planned for us.  If we rely on our faith to get through those difficult times, amazing things can happen.  In August, our beloved 4thgrade teacher, Catherine O’Brien was called by God to her eternal rest.  All at St. John School were shocked and saddened.  While… Read More

  • November 29th, 2019

    Congratulations to the 2019 Luxury Raffle Winners!

    Congratulations to the 2019 Luxury Raffle winners. Thank you all for your support! See here for more information and photos of Fall Festival 2019.   Read More

  • November 18th, 2019

    Catholic School's Week 2019 - A look back!

    This year, St. John School celebrated New England Catholic School’s Week the week of November 4th. The theme, “Living in Harmony with God’s Creation” created the backdrop for many of the events that took place. As in the past, each day students participated in events, many along with their buddies from the “Buddy Program” to showcase who we are as… Read More

  • November 11th, 2019

    St. John School Salutes and Honors our Veterans

    On Veteran’s Day, St. John School students once again honored the men and women who have served our country so bravely. As is traditional at St. John School, all grades from PreK to Grade 8 participated in the Veteran’s Day ceremony. Principal, Mother Elaine opened up with a prayer honoring our brave. This was followed by a tribute to our… Read More