brotherhood begins here.
Being a Titan isn’t merely about receiving a superior education; it’s also about making friends, developing social awareness and growing as a young man. Our diverse student body represents many races and ethnicities, and over 75 different elementary schools throughout the area, which broadens the horizons of our students and better prepares them for college and the real world.
Clubs and Activities
Titans are challenged to be open to growth in their time at St. John’s. This is something we strive to instill in every graduate. To achieve this tenet, students are required to join at least one club or activity, overseen by a faculty member. Clubs meet routinely at school and as frequently as needed outside school hours. Club offerings change to meet student needs but consistently range from academic clubs such as Creative Writing, Marine Biology, Wall Street, and Latin, to others such as Ski and Snowboarding, Film & Good Eats, Fly Fishing, Chocolate Appreciation, and dozens more. The possibilities reach far and wide and are only limited by student imagination and initiative.
An All-Boys Setting
Boys are noisy. Boys are active. Boys love competition. We give students access to many campus amenities throughout the school day to channel these qualities. Titans are able to connect daily through ping pong, spike ball, chess, basketball, Smash Bros, and other informal activities available to all students during lunch periods and juniors and seniors during free periods. Titans can also take advantage of the spectacular campus grounds by taking activities outside or just enjoy being outdoors.
Through academic offerings and performance ensembles, Titans have every opportunity to be developed as competent and confident musicians. Faculty members place emphasis on teamwork, a commitment to excellence, unselfishness, and a passion for music’s important role in the enrichment of the human spirit. Students can perform with the Marching Titans, Symphonic Band, Basketball Pep Band, Pit Orchestra, Men’s Chorus, Vocal Ensemble, and Liturgical Instrumental Ensemble.
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Although technology has drastically changed the academic landscape, what is learned from the simple act of creative expression has not. There is a rich history and standard of excellence in theatrical productions at St. John’s, an aspect of student life named for a Jesuit lecturer and director St. Edmund Campion. Like Jesuit schools around the globe, theater has always been vital to curriculum. Titans, as well as students from NDA, SUA, and other area schools, can audition for the fall play or spring musical or join the behind-the-scenes team to bring the stage to life!
recent fall plays
2011 The Taming of the Shrew
2012 Fahrenheit 451
2013 Tom Jones
2014 A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream
2016 Some Canterbury Tales
2018 The Iliad and The Odyssey and All of Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less
2019 Clue on Stage
recent spring musicals
2012 Anything Goes
2014 God Spell
2015 Westside Story
2016 Crazy For You
2017 The Addams Family
2020 Guys and Dolls
2021 The Addams Family Quarantined: A Dramatic Concert Version
At St. John’s, extracurricular activities provide added opportunities to develop a passion under the guidance of a faculty member or advisor. Offerings such as Robotics, eSports, Speech and Debate, Chess, and Model UN are open to all students with the opportunity for Titans who qualify to compete.
Titans start their day with the morning news on TV-4, compliments of Titan Broadcasting. Not only does this keep our student body connected, but it provides an opportunity for Titans to try their hand at journalism, public speaking, and digital media.
All students have access to use the Lyden Center, a 5,000 square-foot facility that provides elite equipment for building strength, endurance, and for supporting students who want to live healthy and fit lifestyles.
Novice freshman and JV sports offered within each sport.
blue & gold
The Office of Student Life has many opportunities for high school students to develop leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Student Council is composed of two elected representatives from each grade level. These representatives form and oversee teams of student leaders that plan and implement dances and many other social and service opportunities.
Interested seniors can apply to be a member of the Spirit Squad. Titan fans can be a rowdy bunch and these students get creative in supporting Titan athletics at pep rallies and games.
These Titans are truly that…ambassadors of good will and Titan pride. Members are selected based on recommendations by teachers and an interview process. Ambassadors work with admissions, advancement and alumni and participate in service and volunteer projects.
Mentor Group Leaders
There are 35+ mentor groups that meet during a designated Mentor Group Period at SJJ. Mentor Groups are led by seniors and comprised of Titans at all grade levels. Competitions, discussion topics, and service projects are just some of the ways that Mentor Groups work to promote Titan brotherhood.