St. Johns Country Day School has been recognized as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School by Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization.
St. Johns Country Day School is one of the top college-preparatory day schools in the Jacksonville area. Serving grades Pre-K to 12, St. Johns is located in Orange Park, Florida, and draws students from around Jacksonville and Clay County. The school’s mission is to provide a superior college preparatory program with a diverse curriculum that stresses academic accomplishment, artistic expression, and athletic participation in a supportive family atmosphere that fosters self-reliance and ethical responsibility.
St. Johns Country Day School Headmaster Ed Ellison announces the appointment of Regan Minners, of Fleming Island, FL, as the school's new Director of Communications.
After 13 years at St. Johns, my time is drawing to a close. With Graduation in talking distance, I have had a case of nostalgia, realizing that I will not be one of the returning students next year...
Grade 2 students learned many important lessons this year incorporating a theme of "Overcoming Obstacles." Two visitors spoke to them relating the obstacles they faced and how they overcame these challenges to meet with success.
Maxpreps.com, NSCAA.com, and Topdrawersoccer.com all ranked the St. Johns soccer team as one of the top 5 or 6 teams in the nation. The state championship team finished the year undefeated under coach Mike Pickett.
Ally Campbell, Abbey Fagan, Ashley Paul were all recognized as finalist with 13 other students on April 21, 2016, by St. Vincent's Healthcare during the annual Mary Awards.
The 10th Annual Spartan Golf Tournament was a great success with a record number 120 golfers enjoying a beautiful day of golf at Eagle Harbor Golf Club in Orange Park.
Six students from the class of 2017 were inducted: Elizabeth Coen, April D'Innocenzi, Sydney Monroe, Patricia Montgomery, Molly Urnek, and Megan Wolf. In addition, six new members from the Class of 2016 were inducted: Greg Aiosa, Abbey Fagan, Jack Gare, Auriel Haack, Mai Liu, and Dino Varelas.