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

The 2017-2018 academic calendar is now available. Click on the button below to view or download the calendar.

Download 2017–18 School Calendar
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.

Download 2017–18 Enrollment Form
Host Family Needed for Next Year

St. John School will host Jaeho Park (Ryan) from South Korea next year. He will be in the seventh grade. We need a host family for Ryan. Peter Jang, of Guardian Edu, serves as the legal guardian and provides a generous stipend to the host family to cover all expenses. If you are interested in hosting and would like more information about Ryan and the hosting program, please contact Pat Newton.

Donation of School Supplies and Books

Students may donate their used school supplies and books from home to the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist. The sisters send the supplies to missionaries around the world including countries in Africa and Pine Ridge, North Dakota. Many of the children who receive these supplies do not have basic school supplies. This is optional and students may take supplies home.

This year we are also collecting new and used books to send to children. If your bookcases at home need to be thinned out, this is a great place to donate them.

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 peterjang3469@gmail.com or at USA Phone 913-226-2149 or at Korean Direct 070-7885-5222. www.guardianedu.com. 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