Applying to St. John’s

HOW TO APPLY

Applying to St. John’s is easy. While applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year, we encourage you to complete your application by February. We look forward to receiving your application and getting to know you and your family throughout the admissions process.

FIRST: SCHEDULE A VISIT

Call or email to schedule a tour at any time. An Admissions Representative will show you around our campus and answer all of your questions. Students are invited to shadow in the classroom after submitting an application. In the meantime – get to know us!  You can follow St. John’s on Facebook or our blog, check out our events calendar, or come to a sporting event.

NEXT: 3 ACTION ITEMS

Preschool: Birth Certificate

Kindergarten – Twelfth Grade: Birth Certificate, most recent report card

  • SCHEDULE TESTING (APPLICANTS FOR GRADES K-12)

There is a $100 non-refundable application/testing fee. Call our office at 671-646-8080 or email our registrar at ecaseres@stjohnsguam.com to schedule the test.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Requirements differ for non-U.S. citizens. Please contact our registrar, Ms. Emily Caseres for more information.

DECISIONS

Applications are considered on a rolling basis throughout the year. Once the student’s application and testing is completed, it will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee. The decision to offer admission is made with consideration for the student’s qualifications and the availability of openings.

THE WAIT POOL

If space in a grade is not available, admissible students will be notified of wait pool status. If a space becomes available, the Admissions Committee will review all of the applicants in the wait pool and make a decision based on the current profile needs of that class.

ADMISSIONS POLICY

St. John’s School seeks students who will benefit most from attending St. John’s and who will contribute to the well-being of the school community.

Admission is based on selective criteria that may include:

Applicant’s previous academic record, grades and test scores

English language ability and family language background

Applicant’s previous behavioral record

Sibling(s) also applying to or attending St. John’s

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