Save the Date!

St. John Parish will celebrate its 100th Anniversary this fall.  Save the date for a special celebration the weekend of October 14th & 15th.  Join the fun at the 2nd annual Oktoberfest party beginning at 6 pm.  Tickets are $25 and include Oktoberfest themed food & beverages including beer from Dru Brew, the St. John … Continue Reading »

Alumni News June 2017

Lots of news has been coming in about St. John graduates.  If you have news about a St. John graduate, please send it to mthornquist@st-johnschool.org. Bishop Blanchet freshman, Grace Corkum-Plaster ’16, received honorable mention in the Jack London Foundation Short Story competition–a national competition for high school writers. Congrats, Grace!  Numerous St. John graduates have received special recognition at … Continue Reading »

Alumni News

Jesse Franklin ’13 signed his NCAA Letter of Intent to play baseball for the University of Michigan. Kiera Rudden-Flanagan ’14 was accepted into the Museum of Flight’s Washington Aerospace Scholars program for high school juniors. https://www.museumofflight.org/was  Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) is a two-part program for high school juniors focused on STEM topics. Phase one is a rigorous, … Continue Reading »

St. John Grad Wins Dance Championship

Juliet Romano-Olsen ’13 won first place in the US Inter-Regional Championships of Scottish Highland Dancing in July in the 16-17 year old group.  Juliet was invited to dance in the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, an international event showcasing music, dance and display from around the world.  Juliet is a senior at Holy Names Academy.

St. John Grads Excel at X-Country

Several St. John graduates are headed to State following last weekend’s Cross Country District Championships.  Holy Names Academy took first place led in part by sisters Colleen ’13 and Lucy Martinez ’15.  Bishop Blanchet runners Emma Flood ’14 and Emma Wells ’13 and Lakeside freshman Emily Cary ’15 also qualified to participate in the State … Continue Reading »