|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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|Future Scientist Honored|
On Oct. 2, Rachel Hithon ’16 received an award of excellence from the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists.
On Sept. 23, the SJC community gathered to honor its teachers and students at the annual Academic Convocation.
|A Literary Symposium|
On Sept. 17, St. John’s AP English Language and Composition class hosted Dr. Verlyn Flieger for a symposium on her novel, “Pig Tale.”
|Welcome, Class of 2019!|
On Sept. 1, St. John's student leaders welcomed our newest students to the SJC community.
|The Living Seas|
This spring, St. John’s welcomed several new residents to campus – the fish, mollusks, coral and sea anemones that call the school’s new 410-gallon reef aquarium home.
|JROTC AFI 2015|
On May 13, St. John’s held its annual JROTC Awards Ceremony and Pass In Review.
|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|
On April 25, students from St. John's JROTC program led the 2015 JROTC 5K Anniversary Run at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall.
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|
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.
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Today is a "C" day and Regular Schedule. Dismissal will be at 2:38 pm.
|American University Model UN Conference|
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