We spoke to Richard Strom, class of 2000, about his life path after St. John’s. (Read the full story in the spring 2018 issue of ROAR – at http://stjohns.be/downloads) What do you currently do? I’m a Strategic Sales Director. That means … Continue reading Taking curiosity to the next level
We caught up with Alejandro Vicente, class of 1991, to find out about his life path after St. John’s. Please tell us about your life after St. John’s. After St. John’s, I graduated from Universite of Louvain (LLN) where I did an exchange program at Georgetown … Continue reading The perfect mix of ingredients to bring out the best in students
This week, Ms Clarissa Farr, Senior Advisor at the global group of premium schools, Inspired (http://inspirededu.co.uk), held a talk for parents at St. John’s International School on the topic of supporting your child’s education. Here are some quotes from her talk: … Continue reading Expert tips on supporting your child’s education
For the past few weeks, each grade five class practised classic fairy tale plays with a twist. The plays were called slurping beauty, the cheetah and the sloth, and the Popsicle girl. We presented it to pre-K throughout grade 1, transformed into … Continue reading Grade 5 performs for our youngest students
This story about St. John’s alumnus Joakim Svedhem appeared recently on the Potomac State College website: “This week of the Potomac State Player Diary, we are featuring sophomore right-handed pitcher Joakim Svedhem in Part 1 of a 2-part diary on … Continue reading Alumnus enjoys college baseball in the U.S.
Grade 8 advisory initiated an activity to appreciate non-teaching members of the community. It was an opportunity for students to take time to realize and appreciate the roles and effort made by various members of the community. Some of them … Continue reading Grade 8 shows its appreciation to non-teaching staff
The first and second graders have been learning about different kinds of poetry and writing some of their own. As a conclusion to this unit, the second graders invited their parents to their Poetry Café where they recited several poems and … Continue reading Grade 2 students open “Poetry Cafe”