Pride Club

Tori Grandy

October 14, 2019

This year, some of the LGBT students decided to start a pride club, lead by Sofia Bostrum and Brandon Anderson. We have had two meeting so far this year and both have been resounding successes. This is what president ...

New Dorms

Annabella Yang

October 13, 2019

While we are looking forward to a brand-new year with all these forthcoming exciting events, we also have a view of the changes going through the dorms and lives of the boarding students this year. As we could recogniz...

Dr. Christine Glomski: Principal, Parent, “Friends” Enthusiast

Liam Rogers

October 13, 2019

In April of this year, after months of extensive searching, interviewing and deciding, St. John’s Prep announced its new principal: Dr. Christine Glomski. Jon McGee, the new Head of School, in light of the announcement, stated...

Fall Play: Macbeth

Sylva Bohannon and Tori Grandy

October 13, 2019

This year, the St. John’s Preparatory School's fall production is Macbeth. However, this version of Macbeth is a little different. Our director, Brandon Anderson, has adapted it with a version of the Handmaid's Tale, a novel...

I Survived IB Testing and All I Got Was This Anxiety

Miranda Curnutt

May 18, 2019

During the month of May, juniors and seniors start disappearing from their classes. Have they finally had enough and decided to drop out of high school? No, it's just IB testing. For every IB course SJP provides (except IB Art,...

National Spanish Exam 2019

Irene Jiang

May 16, 2019

This year, we had many students from various Spanish levels who took the 2019 National Spanish Exam. Later on, several students were recognized nationally for achieving such excellent results on the exam! Prep students received...

Grace Dauer Makes it to the State Geography Bee

Nora Miller

April 23, 2019

On March 29th, Grace Dauer drove down to the cities with her father and Mr. Stark to participate in the Minnesota State Geography Bee. After winning the Middle School geography bee, she took another test to see if she would be...

Jazz Night

Noelle Buehrer

April 20, 2019

A Prep tradition was carried on this past April 14th when the jazz band performed Jazz NIght at Fisher's Club. For those unfamiliar with the event, every year the jazz band gets their moment in the spotlight and plays the songs...

Mary Poppins: Tech Week Struggles + Review

Tori Grandy and George Vedder

April 16, 2019

As tech week approached, the students involved in all aspects of Mary Poppins were getting ready to put on a magic filled performance with the usual pains of tech week, the costumes, the makeup and so forth. While the chaos of...

Update on Track

Cambel Shepherd

March 28, 2019

Track has been off to a good start over these past weeks and  athletes spent time getting ready for the time trials on Friday which went very well for Prep. The meet wrapped up with some strong finishes from both the girls’ and boys’ relay teams. With Mary...

Pi Day Celebrated

Nora Miller

March 28, 2019

On March 14th, only one thought consumes the minds of the middle schoolers. Pi Day has come. If they have chosen to participate in the annual Pi off, the preparation leading up to their big moment requires lots of time and memorization...

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