St. John's College High School
An independent, Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school in the Lasallian tradition.
My St. John's
The Chesapeake Regional Robotics Competition
Spring Play and Dinner Theatre
Registration Paperwork Due (Returning Students)
All School Mass - 2:50 PM Dismissal
Chorus and Strings Concert
Last Day for Seniors
End of Fourth Quarter - Last Day of Classes
Memorial Day - No School
Exam Make-up Day
Driver's Ed with I Drive Smart
Driver's Ed with I Drive Smart
Final Faculty Meeting
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
On March 16, Anthony Beins '15 committed to play college rugby for Wheeling Jesuit University next year.
On March 10, six students represented St. John’s in the Archdiocese of Washington’s annual Academic Symposium.
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
On March 10, St. John's boys' varsity basketball team defeated Gonzaga 74-66 to win the DCSAA state championship.
On March 11, St. John's Société Honoraire de Français welcomed 20 new members to its ranks.
Wrestling Racks Up Championships
St. John's wrestling earned team and individual championships at the WCAC and DC championship events.
On Feb. 25, St. John's Spanish Honor Society welcomed 55 new members from the junior and sophomore classes.
DC Mayor Speaks to SJC Alumni
On Feb. 13, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser visited campus as part of St. John’s Annual Distinguished Speaker Series.
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
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.
Ayron Monroe '15 Selected As All-American
On Dec. 17, football player Ayron Monroe ’15 received his official jersey for the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.
Toy Drive Spreads Holiday Cheer
St. John's annual Toy Drive collected $3,000 in gifts this year for the patients at Children’s Hospital.
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.
Wind Ensemble Earns Superior Rating
On Dec. 6, St. John's Wind Ensemble earned top marks for their performance in the Catholic High School Band Festival.
Baseball Early Signing Day 2014
On Nov. 18, the varsity baseball team had four players sign their National Letters of Intent.
Seniors Commit to College Athletics
On Nov. 12, seniors Lena Washington and Amari Carter signed letters of intent to play in college.
Cadets Win League, State Titles
This fall, St. John's girls' tennis and volleyball teams earned top honors.
Raiders Earn Top Spot
On Oct. 4, the SJC Raiders finished first out of 16 teams at the TC Williams High School Raiders Meet.
Academic Convocation Honors Students, Teachers
On Sept. 24, the St. John’s community came together at the annual Academic Convocation to honor teachers and students for their achievements during the 2013-2014 school year.
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!
On Aug. 26, the Peer Ministers and Student Government helped welcome St. John’s newest students.
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.
SJC Alumni Selected in MLB Draft
Over the weekend, three former Cadets were chosen by Major League Baseball teams in the 2014 draft.
St. John’s Welcomes New Boys’ Lacrosse Head Coach
St. John’s is pleased to welcome Bobby Horsey as the new head coach for our boys’ lacrosse program and a full-time faculty member in the Social Studies Department.
This April, the St. John’s Eco Club completed one of their yearlong initiatives by installing a brand new beehive on the school’s roof.
St. John's Annual Federal Inspection
On May 14, St. John’s held its annual JROTC Awards Ceremony and Pass In Review. This year’s reviewing officer was Commander Larry Bateman, U.S. Navy (Ret.), father of Becca Bateman ’14.
Applying Real-World Experience to Literature
On May 15, St. John’s world literature classes welcomed speaker James Bacinski, a US Army Special Forces medical sergeant who served three tours in Afghanistan.
St. John’s Welcomes New Soccer Coach
Former professional soccer player and University of Maryland coach Jason Herrick has joined the SJC athletics program as the new head coach for boys’ soccer.
Baseball Wins WCAC Championship
On May 10, the varsity baseball team clinched the league championship with two back-to-back no-hitters against Bishop O’Connell.
Lasallian Reflections: May 2014
St. John’s is pleased to introduce a new series of articles through which faculty, staff and students will share their Lasallian experiences. This month focuses on one of St. John Baptist de La Salle’s 12 virtues of a good teacher: vigilance.
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