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Saint John School, founded in 1965, is a small Catholic school for students in preschool through grade 6. Students enjoy field trips to wonderful places like New England Aquarium, The Eric Carle Museum, Drumlin Farm, and Honey Pot Orchards. Older students enjoy after school electives courses such as cooking, art, archery and Lego Mindstorms and WeDo, robotics, and animal habitats, among others. They may also participate in the athletics program, which includes basketball, cheer, soccer, cross country, and golf.
Students are required to wear a uniform
Saint John School aims to provide each student with an education that promotes the development of the whole person within an atmosphere of Christian concern, commitment, and dedication to service. The school helps each student grow intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, and physically in the Catholic tradition.
Faculty and Staff
Serving a base of approximately 225 students, St. John maintains a low 7:1 teacher to student ratio during preschool through Kindergarten and 10:1 for grades 1-6.
Extended care is available until 6:00pm daily. Students can eat a snack, play outside, or read and enjoy crafts. Older students may also focus on homework during structured time before going to sports or other commitments.
Programs are designed for students who the meet minimum age requirements and admission is based on available openings. Students must turn 2.9, 4, and 5 for Preschool, PreK, and Kindergarten, respectively, on or before August 31st of the enrollment year.
Check with the school for current tuition rates.