International Students and the Process of Becoming a Viking By Ella Lowry

Saint John’s Catholic Prep community is comprised of students with different cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Our school believes in a diverse community that contributes to an enriching experience of different perspectives, customs, and traditions. So how does this all become possible? The help of our International Students Coordinator, Mrs. Young Lee, who helps to … More International Students and the Process of Becoming a Viking By Ella Lowry

Harboring STEM Interest By Yen Truong

Saint John’s Catholic Prep has various opportunities to build scientific interest in STEM courses. For example, students can take anviation class, AOPA,  offered at our school. David Giandrea, a senior in the class of 2023, decided to expand on that class and create his own club that would give opportunities for  “hands-on STEM projects” for … More Harboring STEM Interest By Yen Truong

Christian Villarosa: Coach of The Year By Yen Truong

The year of 2022 at Saint John’s Catholic Prep brought in many victories for sports. The girls’ volleyball team won their conference and the girls’ track team won multiple championships, breaking school history. SJCP had never prevailed in Track and Field until the girls’ team was fortunate enough to receive a banner in the Plamondon Gym, … More Christian Villarosa: Coach of The Year By Yen Truong

Art Appreciation by Jasmine Milbourne

Aristotle once spoke of art, “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.”  Art represents something different for everybody. Some people treasure their favorite poems, while others fawn over Monet and Starry Night. For Mrs. Bernadette Miller, art is her life’s passion. The beloved art teacher … More Art Appreciation by Jasmine Milbourne