Coaches Ruth, Marc, Simon and Susan train students from grades 2, 3 and 4 in St. John’s distinguished Swim Program. The students meet at least three times a month, where they are taught the rules and methods, abiding with the Canadian … Continue reading St. John’s students swim their way to fitness!
The students of the class of 2016 have started or are about to start their university career. The graduates will attend prestigious universities around the globe and we wish them good luck as they embark on this new and exciting phase! … Continue reading Class of 2016 students start university careers
Our school does not just impart bookish knowledge. It also helps our students learn life skills that will guide them through life. Our incredible teachers are constantly spearheading ingenious ideas and activities that not only engage the students, but at the same time help them understand and be a part of the bigger picture, while honing leadership skills and purpose. To this effect, the Middle School organizes an exciting activity! Every second week during the school year, the Middle School organizes an assembly for its students. During this time the students work in multiple smaller advisory groups. They are then … Continue reading Middle Schoolers Making the Rules!
Today, St. John’s ushered in the newest members of our diverse family. Like in the past, these families, too, are joining us from all over the world. There’s a thrill in being introduced to something new. It comes with its … Continue reading New families orientation day at St. John’s
It has only been a couple of days since I began working at St. John’s, but I have already determined a few critical attributes regarding affairs ranging from the people, to the smell, and the technology. What I have observed is that you will never find a solemn, ‘strictly business’ face here at St. John’s. During the new staff orientation, when we were introduced to the school and its processes, most importance was given to getting to know one another and striking a rapport. Every person you walk by on this striking campus will greet you! While this might be … Continue reading First impressions
We are excited to welcome and introduce to you our new teachers and staff members who started today: From left to right: Christine, Haley, Pascale, Kathleen, Julia, Betsy, Molly, Christiane, Sarah, Allie, Linus. Not pictured: Indira, Kinga and Karen. Kathleen van Crombrugge – EAL in the Middle and High School: I am a Belgian national (Flemish) who is also proudly South African. I have over 25 years of teaching experience, and a number of years as a TEFL facilitator in the corporate world and privately. Indira Khara – Community Engagement Coordinator: I was born in Antwerp and moved to India a few years … Continue reading Welcome to our new teachers and staff!