|Fall 2014 Drill Dates|
Below are the drill dates for the fall of 2014. St. John's will follow the drill schedule on these dates.
- Sept. 23 and 25
- Oct. 2, 7, 9, 21, 23, 28 and 30
- Nov. 4 and 6
|Benilde Information Session: Sept. 22|
St. John’s College High School is hosting an information session for those interested in learning more about our Benilde Program, a college program for highly motivated students with mild learning differences.
Benilde students participate in every aspect of the St. John’s experience. Students attend regular classes that are not changed or modified in any way. Within the Benilde program, each student receives one daily period of resource instruction in order to develop skills such as time management, note taking and use of study guides, which help ensure success in a college preparatory curriculum.
The program will be held on Monday, Sept. 22, from 10:00–11:30 am in the Fitzpatrick Library on our campus.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Molly Williams in the Admissions Office at 202-363-2316 ext. 1069 with the number of people in your party. This session is designed for parents and teachers. Students interested in Benilde should call the Admissions Office to schedule a shadow day.
|Inclement Weather Policy|
St. John’s College High School follows the inclement weather/emergency policies of Montgomery County. When Montgomery County closes school, we are closed. When the county delays opening either one or two hours, classes will start at St. John’s at 10:05 am regardless. If Montgomery County closes their schools early, St. John’s will make an independent decision as when it is safe to release students. If the county is closed during weather/emergency, St. John’s will announce their own plans. Look for St. John’s College High School, Washington, DC and follow those directions. Parents should follow WTOP radio (103.5 FM) for up-to-the-minute details, which may also be found on the St. John's website. Buses will operate during this time on an amended schedule. Please see the late start bus schedule
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|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.
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.
|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.
On April 24, St. John’s welcomed author, West Point graduate and anti-violence advocate Paul K. Chappell to campus to speak about the idea of waging peace.
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Today is a "F" day and Regular Schedule. Dismissal is at 2:38 PM.
|Field Hockey - Girls JV|
Location: Playing Fields - Quinn Stadium - 2
Field Hockey - Girls JV vs Good Counsel
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