|St. John's Annual Toy Drive|
Our annual toy drive is here! Help us bring joy to the patients at Children's Hospital this holiday season by donating a gift. Student Government will be collecting donations by the Christmas tree in Heritage Hall from Dec. 1–7. Please help us reach our goal of 900 toys!
For more information, please read the list of recommended gift items. Please adhere to the donation requirements provided by Children's Hospital.
|St. John's Theatre Presents "Steel Magnolias" - Dinner Theatre Dec. 3|
From Dec. 3-5, St. John's Theatre will present Steel Magnolias in Frana Auditorium each night at 8:00 pm. Tickets will be available at the door: $14 for general admission, $12 for seniors and $10 for students.
On Thursday, Dec. 3, the Men of St. John's will host a special dinner theatre performance ofSteel Magnolias. Dinner will start at 6:30 pm, followed by the performance at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $35 and may be purchased by contacting Kathy Zmuda at 202-363-2316 ext. 1089.
|Men of St. John's Annual Fruit Sale|
From now through Nov. 30, the Men of St. John's are holding their annual fruit sale to help support St. John's. This year the MOSJ have partnered with Florida Indian River Groves. Your fruit will be harvested the very same day it's shipped, ensuring that you receive fruit that is hours off of the tree. Now that's fresh! Click here to place your order.
Pick up will take place Saturday, Dec. 12, from 8:30-11:00 am in the school's back school parking lot.
|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
|Shop on Amazon and Earn Money for St. John's!|
You can help the Mothers' Club support the continued excellence of St. John's! Simply visit Amazon.com using the banner link located on the Mothers' Club website, and St. John's will receive a percentage from every sale. No need to enter any codes at checkout - just make sure to visit Amazon using the Mothers' Club banner link. All items placed in your cart must be purchased within 24 hours to qualify.
|Lasallian Reflections: November 2015|
St. John’s is pleased to offer a series of articles through which faculty, staff and students will share their Lasallian experiences. This month, Social Studies Department Chair Colin Crawford discusses teaching as a vocation.
|The Cadet Corps Centennial|
On Nov. 6, St. John’s commemorated 100 years of the Cadet Corps program at The Cadet Corps Centennial: A Celebration of Leadership.
|St. John's New Hall of Honor|
On Nov. 5, St. John’s unveiled the new Maurice G. Hughett Hall of Honor. This museum-quality exhibit has transformed the lobby of St. John’s entrance on 27th Street into a living history of the Corps of Cadets.
|Honoring the Fallen|
On Nov. 4, members of St. John’s Corps of Cadets participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
|Cadets Earn Community Scholarships|
On Oct. 28, Daisy Scarvell ’18 and Stephanie Tanzi ’16 were presented with scholarships from the Rory J. Weichbrod Unfinished Business organization.
|St. John’s New Trustees|
This fall, St. John’s Board of Trustees welcomed four new members: Peter Black ’68, Elizabeth Cranston, Riaz Latifullah ’74 and Ron Serabian ’69.
|Future Scientist Honored|
On Oct. 2, Rachel Hithon ’16 received an award of excellence from the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists.
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Thanksgiving break. Classes resume Tuesday, December 1.
|Basketball - Girls JV|
Location: Gallagher Gymnasium - Gym 1 - 1
Basketball - Girls JV vs Georgetown Visitation
St. John's Admissions Video