Counting down to the SJHS Virtual Graduation

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Graduation 2024 - Gallery 4!!

by Webstaff - Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Drew Murdock, a 2018 graduate of SJHS was very kind to provide his services for the graduation event! He was lucky to be able to have spent the day on top of scaffolding and capture the certificate presentations to all of the students. Thank you Drew.

Please enjoy this next gallery of photos!!

Graduation 2024 - Gallery 3!!

by Webstaff - Saturday, July 13, 2024

Another group of wonderful people so deserving of thanks are the Parents, Guardians and all those who were so helpful and committed to the graduates. The endless hours spent over the past 13 years, supporting your kids in all of their activities and endeavors is what makes this day so special. They are graduating with so many great school memories and all because of your support. Thank you!!!

Please enjoy this third gallery of photos!!

Graduation 2024 - Gallery 2!!

by Webstaff - Tuesday, July 9, 2024

We would like to thank all of the staff members of Saint John High School who made Graduation 2024 a huge success. The event was very special and could not have been held without your help. We appreciate all that you did to make the day memorable for all of the graduates!

Please enjoy this second gallery of photos!!

Graduation 2024 - Photo Gallery 1!!

by Webstaff - Monday, July 8, 2024

Graduation 2024

What a great day!!! This year, SJHS graduated 241 students, on what was the hottest day of the year so far!! The personalized graduation started at 10 am and the graduates were all dressed up and ready to go.

Congratulations to all of the 2024 graduates. Please enjoy this first gallery of photos!!

Prom Photo Booth Photos

Friday, June 21, 2024

See the link below for photos from our SJHS prom photo booth.

Saint John High School Class of 2024 Graduation

Thursday, June 20, 2024

Congratulations to the Saint John High School class of 2024!! A beautiful outdoor graduation was held on the front steps of our historic school today. There will be more pictures uploaded in the near future, so please check back for updates. Vita Vitalis!!

SJHS Prom & Grand March

by SJHS webstaff - Wednesday, June 19, 2024

SJHS graduates began their prom celebrations on Monday evening with a Grand March. To the applause of those on the streets below, each graduate and their invited guest were announced as they made their way down the historic front steps of the school. They then proceeded from Prince William Street to Duke Street into Area 506 on Water Street before dancing the night away at the Marco Polo Cruise Ship Terminal. Congratulations SJHS class of 2024!! See pictures from this event in the gallery below.

Beautification of Pte. David Greenslade Peace Park courtesy of Brookville Lime and SJHS students

by Ms. Cameron & SJHS webstaff - Friday, June 7, 2024

Students gathered last week to assist in a beautification project at the Pte. David Greenslade Peace Park. The memorial park was created in 2013 to honour the sacrifice of SJHS alumni David Greenslade and the 5 other members of his regiment who lost their lives in Afghanistan in April, 2007. The entrance to the park features a metal gate built by students at SJHS featuring our motto Vita Vitalis. David died while in service of his country, trying to help bring peace and stability to a war-torn region. He was living his life worthwhile and he will not be forgotten. With support from Saint John High School, Millidgeville North School, park committee members, and David's family, this park remains a beautiful and safe place for people to come and play.

Brookville Lime, a local business that provides lime for agricultural, residential, and commercial products since 1920, donated and delivered gravel to the Pte David Greenslade Peace Park to help rejuvenate the park's pathway. The gravel was received at the park by Donnie Greenslade, father of the late Pte. David Greenslade, and spread later that week by SJHS students. This generous donation comes following the annual clean up by SJHS Students' Representative Council.

Participating students were: Frances Freil, Chistian Asimakos, Andersen Cameron, Erik El Bouamraoui, Mr. Greenslade, and park committee member Mr. Doug Orford also helped with this pathway project.

Thank you to all involved in the annual clean up, the pathway project, and again to Brookville Lime for making the pathway project possible.