At a Glance

Welcome to St. John the Evangelist School! Our theme this year is I Have Called You by Name; You Are Mine. Now SOAR! This theme echoes our belief that as Children of God, our students can accomplish great things by living the Gospel message and being Christ to all those they meet through their words and deeds.


By the Numbers

  • One of the fewer than 9,000 Blue Ribbon-Awarded Schools of the 132,000 K-8 schools nationwide
  • 8:1 Student:Teacher ratio
  • 16 Average Class Size
  • 1:1 Surface Tablets:Middle School Students
  • 51% of 2018 Students Receiving Financial Assistance
  • 70+ Years of Excellence in Catholic Education
  • 100% of 2018 Graduates Accepted at their First-Choice High School
  • $182K Scholarship Dollars Awarded to 2018 Graduates
  • 53:45 Ratio of Students living in Baltimore County: Harford County
  • 28 Student Home Zip Codes
  • 25 Extracurricular Activities


Positive School Environment

To foster a positive school environment where all students are educated in a safe and caring atmosphere, all Archdiocesan schools will follow established procedures for prevention and intervention for bullying, harassment or intimidation.

Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports (PBIS) has been implemented in every Archdiocesan elementary and high school to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for all students.

St John the Evangelist, Long Green Valley has achieved Silver status from PBIS in 2017.

Accreditation

AdvancED

All Archdiocesan high schools and elementary schools are accredited as a system through AdvancED. The Department of Catholic Schools is preparing for the system-wide accreditation review, which will culminate in a visit by an AdvancED External Review Team in November 2016. Each school is evaluated based on the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools.


Governance Model

St. John the Evangelist School, Long Green Valley is an Archdiocesan Collaborative School (ACS), which is a model of shared governance developed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The ACS model utilizes a shared governance model that fosters unity through the collaboration of stakeholders in support of Catholic schools. The model allows decisions regarding day-to-day school operations to be made at the local level, while individual schools and school administrators are supported centrally from the Department of Catholic Schools and the Catholic Center's Central Services in areas such as academics, finance, development, enrollment management and marketing.