Diary of a Chicken

Saint John School 3rd graders and 7th graders have been working on a joint science project.  For the last 3 weeks, students have been developing an in-depth understanding of content and developing key skills—communication, collaboration, inquiry, problem solving, and flexibility through the study of the life cycle and embryology of a chicken.  Both grade levels… Read more »

Gold Rush Day Is Huge Success

Saint John School’s annual fourth grade Gold Rush Day was a huge success. This event is the culmination of the students’ studies of California History during the mid-1800s.  During the day, students participated in eight unique activities, each one teaching a new lesson. In the Math for Miners station students compare prices from the time… Read more »

7th Grade Girls Basketball Team Wins Big

Last night, May 9th, the 7th Grade Girls Basketball Team won in tournament competition versus the Santa Sophia Spartans. It was edge-of-your-seat action as both teams fought hard for each point. Fans on both sides cheered with passion. The tournament continues through the weekend at Our Lady of Peace High School. Adult admission is $3… Read more »

Congratulations, Science Fair Winners

We wish to congratulate the following students who won awards at the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair on March 14-19: 2017 Science Fair Winners Saint John School winners at the Greater San Diego Science & Engineering Fair on March 17, 2017: 1st Place Daniella Luciani: Electrical Engineering (Light Tracking Bristlebot) Amanda Hansen: Plant… Read more »

Fighting to End Hunger and Poverty

The eighth grade Faith in Action (FIA) class visited the offices of California Congressional candidates to ask the candidates what their plans were to end hunger in San Diego, California, and the world. The FIA class decided to take on a project that involves Catholic Social Teaching, which is what the class is learning this… Read more »