We welcome you to visit St. John the Evangelist School so you can soon see what makes this school a place where parents and their children make life-long friends.
A fully accredited Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, St. John resides in the beautiful Long Green Valley of Baltimore County but it straddles the Harford County border, serving students from preschool (3-year old) through 8th grade from communities in both counties.
Blessed with a low student to teacher ratio, St. John faculty give students much individual attention and utilize differentiated instructional approaches so each child works at his/her own pace and all soar to their highest potential. All aspects of St. John daily school life are deeply entwined in the Catholic faith.
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Loyola Greyhounds vs. UMass Lowell River Hawks Friday, December 23 @ 1:00 pm Reitz Arena Kids wearing SJE gear get in free with accompanying family members able to purchase $3 general admission tickets!
St. John the Evangelist School's 5th grade class competed in the BGE "Wires Down" Video Challenge for the chance to win $10,000 for a school enrichment project!!!
SJE's 5th grade class is competing in the BGE "Wires Down" Video Challenge for the chance to win $10,000 for a school enrichment project!!! Voting ended Dec. 4; we expect to hear who won by mid-January. Click here to view the video: http://bgevideochallenge.com/
SJE's third grade class chose a saint they admired, learned about their saint's life, dressed as their saint (including the symbols that represent their saint, e.g. eagle for St. John the Evangelist) and shared what they learned during mass on All Saints Day.