List of 10 news stories.

  • Making Spirits Bright

    On Dec. 14, members of the SJC Student Government Association made a special delivery to Children’s Hospital, courtesy of the St. John’s community.
  • In Memory of the Fallen

    On Nov. 16, members of St. John’s Cadet Corps participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
  • Honoring Our Veterans

    On Nov. 11, St. John’s held a special flag raising and wreath laying ceremony in observance of Veterans Day.
  • Global Connections

    This fall, students in our AP Spanish Language and Culture class have had the opportunity to FaceTime with Kathleen Spritzer ’14 in Valencia, Spain.
  • From left: Mike Lessel ’77, Alvin Perkins ’75, Mark Hartley ’73, Stephen Zubrod ’72, J.D. Ricca ’02, Chris Dill ’64, Darryl Gilliam ’93, Ron Panneton ’63, Anthony Coleman ’08 (brother of Marissa Coleman ’05) and Kate Bouterie ’96 (accepting on behalf of Col. Richard Pfeiffer)

    Athletic All-Stars

    On Nov. 4, St. John’s welcomed 10 individuals and two teams to the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Learning to Lead

    On Nov. 3, the Class of 2020 participated in “A Day of Leadership,” the first freshman workshop experience in St. John’s Entrepreneurial Center curriculum.
  • Lasallian Ambassador

    Hannah London ’17 had a two-part mission this summer – to challenge herself in new ways and learn about international relations by participating in a 10-day immersion experience in Ecuador.
  • Waclawik 5K Race

    On Oct. 5, St. John's cross country team sponsored the 9th annual Waclawik 5K in memory of Carl Waclawik '10.
  • Bro. Francis Eells, FSC, visited St. John's to discuss vocations with the young men of the senior class.

    Traveling Brother

    On Oct. 4, Bro. Francis Eells, FSC, director of vocations for the Christian Brothers District of Eastern North America, paid a visit St. John’s.
  • Lasallian Reflections: September 2016

    St. John’s is pleased to offer a series of articles through which faculty, staff and students share their Lasallian experiences. This month, math teacher Kwame Darko reflects on his experience at the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies.