St. John's College High School

Official page for St. John's College High School. A Catholic, Lasallian, coeducational, college prep

Operating as usual


In addition to daily 7:15 am Mass, students and faculty received ashes throughout the school day to mark the beginning of Lent. “Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return.”


Today, Feb. 13, St.John's is on a two-hour delay.

Photos from St. John's College High School's post 01/24/2024

around the country have kicked off 2024 by reconnecting at alumni gatherings and sporting events. From Florida to Texas to Military Road, our is thriving.


St. John's is CLOSED on January 19. Classes are cancelled and offices will be closed.


St. John's will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 17, due to icy conditions. Offices open at 9:30 am.


Wednesday, Jan. 17, St. John’s will follow the LATE START SCHEDULE, with classes beginning at 10:10 AM and ending at 3:00 PM. SJC bus service will be on a two-hour delay as well.


St. John's will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 16, due to inclement weather. Offices will also be closed. Afterschool activities are canceled, but Kairos will proceed as scheduled (those students will receive further information in the morning).


St. John's is excited to announce its 29th president, Kevin M. Haley. Click to read the community announcement:


Today, Dec. 11, St. John’s will follow the LATE START SCHEDULE, with classes beginning at 10:10 am and ending at 3:00 pm.


gathered in Philadelphia on October 17, at The Mulberry. The complimentary happy hour event included a state of the school report from Vice President of Advancement Tom Bagwill, an overview of St. John’s athletics from Athletic Director Dennis Hart (a native Philadelphian), and a presentation by Matt Brach ’89, who leads the school’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Impact.

Photos from St. John's College High School's post 10/18/2023

Yesterday, juniors attended their class Mass celebrated by Fr. John. Members of the Class of 2024 selected the readings and hymns and read their class mission statement. See more in Flikr gallery:


On Sept. 12, members of the Class of ’72 gathered to award Charles Browning ’25 with the inaugural Class of 1972 Scholarship. Pictured L–R: Tom Royals, Pat Hartley, Bill Glackenn, Charles Browning ’25, President Jeff Mancabelli, Ginger Browning, Bobby Browning ’85, Emillio Stokes, Jim Coleman, and Nelson Rodriguez. Congratulations!


Before school this morning, students in the Cadet Corps Leadership Program climbed 2,200 steps (representing the 110 stories of the Twin Towers) to honor the 343 members of the FDNY who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.


Today, the SJC community remembers and prays for those who lost their lives on 9/11, especially Clifford L. Patterson, Jr. ’86, who died at the Pentagon 22 years ago. To honor the memory of their beloved classmate, the Class of ’86 organized a scholarship in his name. Each year, it is awarded to a sophomore (with preference given to a Cadet Corps member) who demonstrates leadership in a team sport, achieves academic excellence, and reflects the Lasallian ethos of humility in service to others.

Live Jesus in our hearts…


The SJC community gathered for our annual all-school Opening Mass this morning on the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


Today, our new school chaplain Msgr. John Enzler, SJC Class of 1965, celebrated the first daily Mass of the school year. Father John, as he likes to be called, will offer Mass in De La Salle Chapel at 7:15 am, Monday through Thursday, and Father Ken Letoile, OP, will preside on Fridays. ALL ARE WELCOME!


At 8:10 this morning, SGA Vice President Joe Krauth ’24 rang the bell in Gletner Courtyard to signal the start of the new school year. Make it a great one, Cadets!


We are excited to welcome the Class of 2027 to campus! THANK YOU to our Peer Ministers and SGA members for your enthusiasm, guidance, and support during today’s Freshman Orientation. It’s going to be a great year!


This year’s back-to-school faculty/staff retreat included baking bread, reflection, and creating a “recipe for a successful classroom.” The Lasallian initiative, “The Leavening Project,” created by General Superior Br. Armin Luistro and his General Council inspired the theme.

Photos from St. John's College High School's post 07/17/2023

The classes of 1988 and 1993 are the latest groups to form official alumni leadership teams. Chris Magnolia was chosen to serve as 1988 captain, and Michael Paull will lead the 1993 team.



On June 1 & 2, St. John’s welcomed the Class of 1973 back to campus to celebrate their 50th reunion. More than 60 alumni attended the two-day event, which included dinner, a school tour, and a medal ceremony. Many also attended graduation at the Basilica of the National Shrine, where they were honored by our community.

Timeline photos 05/27/2023

Congratulations, Cadets!


Congratulations, Cadets!


Rising Peer Minister Austin Kirika ’24 was awarded the Bro. Albert Mosser, FSC, Scholarship for his servant leadership, kindness, and outstanding academic achievement. Congratulations, Austin!


Today our senior De La Salle Scholars gathered to receive their Scholars Medals, which symbolize the completion of the rigorous four-year Scholars Program at SJC. They will wear their medals at graduation next week. Congratulations to the Scholars Class of 2023!


Go, Cadets!

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THANK YOU, St. John's College High School Peer Ministers and members of our Student Government Association for your enth...
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CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 2021! We held our first-ever commencement ceremony in Fernandez Stadium today. Thank you, SJC ...




2607 Military Road NW
Washington D.C., DC

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Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
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