Photo of SJB kindergarten teacher with her students.


Our Schoolwide Learning Expectations

Serve Others - Mark 10:45A St. John’s student is a responsible citizen and self-respecting person who:
• Demonstrates self-control, good citizenship, sportsmanship, and a cooperative attitude.
• Understands and respects basic civic rights and responsibilities.
• Demonstrates an awareness of global events and social issues and their implications for social justice.
• Demonstrates understanding of appropriate digital citizenship.
• Responds to challenges with confidence and recognizes personal strengths.
• Takes pride in their school, academic endeavors, and personal integrity.

Offer Our Gifts to God - 1 Peter 4:10A St. John’s student is a faith-filled Catholic who:
• Participates actively and consciously in liturgical celebrations and the sacraments.
• Makes use of a variety of prayer forms.
• Demonstrates basic knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church.
• Serves others as guided by the social teachings of the Catholic Church.
• Uses effective strategies for moral decision-making.

Understand and Make Healthy Choices - 1 CorinthiansA St. John’s student is a healthy person who:
• Makes healthy choices regarding nutrition, drug use, and personal hygiene.
• Maintains a personal level of physical fitness.

Live as a Humble Scholar - Matthew 22:37A St. John’s student is a lifelong learner who:
• Demonstrates competency in subject matter as defined by state and diocesan standards.
• Analyzes and evaluates information, both independently and collaboratively, including online sources, to solve problems in an effective and creative manner.
• Writes articulate, compelling, imaginative compositions in a variety of genres.
• Speaks to an audience with confidence and poise.
• Listens attentively, asks questions, and responds appropriately to teachers and peers.
• Communicates using different forms of expression, including music, visual arts, performing arts, literature, and technology.
• Sets goals, uses organizational tools, and evaluates progress.

Male student at St. John the Baptist Catholic School

We had three children graduate from SJB and felt that they were all well-prepared, challenged, and given the workload required to succeed in high school at the highest level."

The O'Haras '12, '14, '16

Girl student at St. John the Baptist Catholic School.