St. John’s School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) to provide the IBO Diploma, member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), and the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC).
St. John’s serves students from Pre-K3 to grade 12 from over 30 countries whose families temporarily or permanently reside and/or work on Guam and within the Asia/Pacific Islands region. St. John’s School is a SEVIS facility, authorized to issue I-20 Visas to foreign national students.
St. John’s By the Numbers
St. John’s School fosters a diverse community of students from around the world. We believe this is crucial to the learning environment in which students can interact with many different cultures. In the school year 2013-2014, there were a total of 446 students. In the lower school there were 193 students, in the middle school there were 113, and in the upper school there were 140 students. With 55 faculty and staff, the faculty to student ratio is roughly 1:9.
|Gender||Percentage of Students|
|Ethnicity||Percentage of Students|
At St. John’s School we believe that an excellent faculty bring out the best qualities in your child. Our teachers are all highly qualified with many years of experience, and many with advanced degrees. Our faculty members are highly involved within the St. John’s School experience with many of them acting as club advisors, sports coaches, among other positions.
While we do not believe that standardized tests demonstrate the full aptitude of any child, St. John’s School students rank well in the SAT 10, the Preliminary SAT or PSAT, the SAT, Advanced Placement Exams, and International Baccalaureate Exams.
St. John’s has consistently scored above the 80th percentile on the SAT 10.
In addition, St. John’s students consistently score above the 50th percentile on the Preliminary SAT. In 2012, students scored in the 67th percentile for Reading, 82nd percentile for Math, and 79th percentile for Writing.
Moreover, St. John’s students have scored above the national average on the SAT. The table below shows results of the different categories from the class of 2005 to 2014.
Lower School: Art Club, Girl Scouts (Brownies and Juniors), Safety Patrol
Middle School: Academic Challenge Bowl, Girl Scouts (Cadettes), Kids for Coral, Middle School Service Club, National Junior Honor Society, Student Council
Upper School: Academic Challenge Bowl, Asia Pacific International Club, Chinese Club, Computer Club/Investment Club, Drama Club, Environmental/Recycling Club, Eurotrip Club, Filipino Club, Film Club, Glee Club,, Japan Bowl, Japanese Club, Korean Club, Marine Biology Club, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, Paws 4 Life, Service Club, Spanish Club, St. John’s Soroptomist Club, Tri M, United Nations Club, Vision Care Global Youth.
Over the past 5 years, our graduates have continued their education by matriculating at the following universities.
|Amherst College||NOVA Southeastern U.||Suffolk University|
|Babson College||Notre Dame de Namur||Swarthmore College|
|Boston College||Occidental College||Temple University (Japan) Texas A&M|
|Boston University||Pitzer College||US Naval Academy|
|California College of the Arts||Princeton University||University of the Arts|
|Cal Poly SLO||Purdue University||UC Berkeley|
|Chaminade University||RIT||UC Irvine|
|Chapman University||Lehigh University||UCLA|
|Colorado State University||Loyola Marymount U.||UC Riverside|
|Columbia University||Marquette University MIT||UC-San Diego|
|Cornell University||New York University||University of Guam|
|CUNY– City College||Northeastern Univ.||University of Houston|
|Emerson College||NOVA Southeastern U.||U. of Hawaii(Manoa/Hilo)|
|Fordham University||Notre Dame de Namur||University of LaVerne|
|Furman University||Occidental College||University of Maryland|
|George Washington University||Pitzer College||University of Massachusetts (Amherst/Boston)|
|Georgia Tech||Princeton University||University of Miami|
|Georgetown University||Purdue University||University of Oregon|
|Hawaii Pacific Univ.||RIT||University of the Pacific|
|Harvard University||Sacramento State||Univ. of Pennsylvania|
|Ithaca College||Santa Clara University||University of Portland|
|Int’l Christian U (Japan)||Scripps College||Univ. of San Francisco|
|Kent Univ. (UK)||Seattle University||University of South Carolina USC|
|Lehigh University||Smith College||University of Texas Austin|
|Loyola Marymount U.||Sophia University (Japan)||U of Washington|
|Marquette University MIT||Stanford University||Waseda Univ. (Japan)|
|New York University||St. John’s University||Westmont College Whittier College|
|Northeastern Univ.||Stony Brook U|