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Notes for Prospective Students
- Small Class Sizes - St. John's prides itself with providing its
students with an educational experience that pays attention to
This is accomplished with small class sizes and
instructional aides in Kindergarten - 5th Grade.
Class sizes in
Grades 6th-8th are reduced in Math and Writing to a ratio of
Challenging Academics - St. John's curriculum is designed to
challenge each student to attain their personal best.
Grades 1-8 are ability-grouped for Math.
Classes in Spanish, Art,
and Information Technology are just a few of the enrichment
programs that are blended into the academic programs to encourage
total child development.
For more information, please download our
Curricula Continuum from this website.
Diverse Learning Styles - St. John's has two programs that were
designed to meet the needs of our students that require additional
support or challenges.
The START Program, along with our Learning Resource Specialist,
addresses the academic needs of students with learning
The Scholars' Program is designed for students who
excel in the area of Language Arts.
Students meet with our Gifted
Resource Specialist, who works with them to nurture their unique
gifts and talents.
We Are a Caring Community - The people that work at St. John's
understand the importance of providing a nurturing community and
creating a place where there is a shared understanding of what it
means to do well and to be a good person.
The teachers form
relationships with their students that carry on for years to come.
St. John's Headmaster, Jim Lusby, often reminds us that it is
important for our students to "do well and do good".
St. John's Alumni Value Their Education - The following quote
is from a former St. John's student, Melissa Wohlgemuth, who is
currently a student at George Washington University: "St. John's
provided me with a secure learning environment which fostered
learning in and out of the traditional classroom setting.
who I am today is a result of the opportunities which I was given
throughout my years as a member of the St. John's community."