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Discover the Power of Small

Research shows that students in smaller classes do better in every measurable way.

Discover the Power of Small

Faculty actively engages each student using a variety of instructional approaches.

Discover the Power of Small

Teachers know students better and experience higher levels of student engagement.

Blue Ribbon Proud!

St. John School was named a 2017 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education. This award affirms the hard work of our students, faculty, staff, families, parish and community in creating a safe and welcoming school where all students master challenging content and grow in faith.

A fully accredited Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, St. John School resides in the beautiful Long Green Valley of Baltimore County but straddles the Harford County border, serving students from preschool (3-year old) through Grade 8 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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St. John By the NumbersAt a Glance 

  • 9:1 Student : Teacher Ratio
  • 18 Average Class Size
  • 1:1 Computer Devices: Grades 2-8
  • 35 Percentage of 2020 students receiving financial assistance
  • 100 Percentage 2020 graduates accepted at their first choice high school