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A Cultural Exchange
A Cultural Exchange
On April 27, St. John’s welcomed Mashiro Sato '60, director of the Meiji Jingu Intercultural Research Institute in Tokyo, back to campus.
SJC Leads JROTC Anniversary Run
SJC Leads JROTC Anniversary Run
On April 25, students from St. John's JROTC program led the 2015 JROTC 5K Anniversary Run at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall.
Urban Light
Urban Light
On April 23, Alezandra Russell ’99 spoke to St. John’s students about human trafficking and how to become a force for change in the world.
An Advocate for Justice
An Advocate for Justice
On April 22, social justice advocate and Death Row survivor Shujaa Graham spoke to the SJC community about the death penalty and the criminal justice system.
Celebrating the Honeybee
Celebrating the Honeybee
On April 20, the Eco Club welcomed Nathalie Steinhauer of the Bee Informed Partnership to speak about the residents of the SJC beehive.
Cadets Earn All-Met Honors
Cadets Earn All-Met Honors
The Washington Post recognized several Cadets with All-Met honors, including Head Wrestling Coach Karl Danso as Coach of the Year.
Cadet Promotions 2015-2016
Cadet Promotions 2015-2016
On March 31, St. John's JROTC program announced the names and ranks of next year's regiment leaders, including the next Cadet Colonel: Genevieve Pennanen '16.
Cadet Earns Prestigious Scholarship
Cadet Earns Prestigious Scholarship
On March 18, George Washington University’s president visited campus to surprise Elissa Hipolito-Magsalin ’15 with a full scholarship to GWU.
Signing Day: Rugby
Signing Day: Rugby
On March 16, Anthony Beins '15 committed to play college rugby for Wheeling Jesuit University next year.
Academic Symposium
Academic Symposium
On March 10, six students represented St. John’s in the Archdiocese of Washington’s annual Academic Symposium.
Signing Day: Wrestling
Signing Day: Wrestling
On March 13, two seniors from the SJC wrestling program committed to continue their athletic careers in college.
Boys' Basketball: DC Champs
Boys' Basketball: DC Champs
On March 10, St. John's boys' varsity basketball team defeated Gonzaga 74-66 to win the DCSAA state championship.
French Honors
French Honors
On March 11, St. John's Société Honoraire de Français welcomed 20 new members to its ranks.
Spanish Scholars
Spanish Scholars
On Feb. 25, St. John's Spanish Honor Society welcomed 55 new members from the junior and sophomore classes.
SJC Takes State Indoor Track Title
SJC Takes State Indoor Track Title
On Feb. 10, St. John's boys’ track and field won the team title at the DCSAA Indoor Track and Field Championships with 139 points over Gonzaga (100) and Carroll (67).
National Signing Day at St. John's
National Signing Day at St. John's
On Feb. 4, students from the SJC football and girls' soccer programs signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Lacrosse Players Commit to College Athletics
Lacrosse Players Commit to College Athletics
On Dec. 9, St. John's held a signing ceremony for the seven senior lacrosse players who have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Raiders Earn Top Spot
Raiders Earn Top Spot
On Oct. 4, the SJC Raiders finished first out of 16 teams at the TC Williams High School Raiders Meet.
In Memoriam: Joseph M. Gallagher, Sr. ’39
In Memoriam: Joseph M. Gallagher, Sr. ’39
The St. John’s community mourns the loss of a legendary athlete, teacher and coach with the passing of Joseph M. Gallagher, Sr. ’39 on Sept. 15, 2014. Mr. Gallagher served St. John’s faithfully from 1946 to 1991.
Welcome, New Cadets!
Welcome, New Cadets!
On Aug. 26, the Peer Ministers and Student Government helped welcome St. John’s newest students.
Mickey Demas ’15 Wins Congressional Art Competition
Mickey Demas ’15 Wins Congressional Art Competition
On June 4, Mickey Demas ’15 was announced as the Washington, DC, winner of the National Congressional Art Competition. This annual contest is open to visual artists in grades 8-12 and showcases student work from across the country. The first-place winner from each state has the honor of displaying their piece in the U.S. Capitol for one year.