News & Events at St. John School
2017–18 School Enrollment

Enrollment is now available for the upcoming 2017–2018 school year. Click here to learn more about the enrollment process, or download the enrollment form below.

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8th Grade Holocaust Exhibit

8th grade students have been working all semester studying the many different aspects of the Holocaust, and learning the destruction intolerance, hatred, and indifference cause. To close our semester study, we will have our 3rd annual Night of Remembrance and Education: a Holocaust Exhibit here at the school. Each student created at least one portion of the exhibit and an artifact/display to go with their writing and also several exhibits where each student created a piece of artwork, poetry, writing, etc.

Last Thursday we gathered in the St. Bosco room to hear the testimony of Holocaust survivor, Peter Stern. I encourage all school families to stop in and see the students’ hard work, and learn about the Holocaust and the time period surrounding it. In today’s world, we all must be aware of the dangers of stereotyping and the importance of human rights.

I suggest the exhibit for all parents and for any student grades 4 and up. If you cannot make it that evening, the exhibit will be on display in my room and the upstairs hallway from Thursday, April 20, until Wednesday, April 26th, and open for anyone to stop in and view.

–Miss Megan Fairchild, Middle School, English Language Arts

For Korean Students

Guardian EDU., Inc. is our Exclusive endorsed Korean partner for St. John Catholic School. For more information, interested students, parents or agencies in Korea and other Asian countries should contact Peter Jeewan Jang, President of Guardian EDU. Mid-USA at or at USA Phone 913-226-2149 or at Korean Direct 070-7885-5222. They will handle prescreening and application processing to St. John School admission and act as students legal guardian while students are studying at St. John community.

“Above all, the teaching of the faith and assurance of Jesus’ love is the most important part of St. John School.

It is a privilege for us as staff to share our faith, pray, sing songs of praise, celebrate the liturgical seasons of the year, and attend school Mass with our students.

This is who we are.”

— Pat Newton, Principal