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Who knows better about running a great school than someone who has served successfully as Head of School at two independent schools for a combined total of 27 years? I'm thinking about Tom Olverson. Tom now serves as a consultant at Resource Group 175, a group of former school heads that "focuses all of its energy on executive leadership and board governance." I know several members of RG175; all are quality educators and great people. Tom recently posted a blog that succinctly points out the importance of growing a culture of faculty excellence. In addition, Tom shares...

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The Spartans achieved their long-awaited milestone of five FHSAA championships in a row, defeating Community School of Naples 5-0 in Tuesday's Class 1A girls soccer final. Abbey Newton, who had fought through an offseason knee injury that threatened to end her 2015-16 season before it began, starred with a pair of first-half goals. Both of Newton's goals were set up by Madeline Schultz...

By Clayton Freeman, Staff Sportswriter, Florida Times-Union


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The unusually warm February evening at the newly upgraded baseball field started with the first pitch being thrown by St. Johns very own, Dr. James Lanier '70. During his time at St. Johns, Dr. Lanier was President of the Senior Class, Honor Court judge, and sports editor of the yearbook. He was captain of the soccer team, played on the 1969 and 1970 Tri-State Championship Teams, and was named the Spartans Most Valuable Player in Baseball in...

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The Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards honored 22 award winners from St. Johns Country Day School on Saturday, January 30 at the Times Union Center. There were 1,714 works of art submitted from students in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. Johns, and Volusia counties. Approximately 350 were selected for Gold Key, Silver Key, or Honorable Mention awards. This year, St. Johns students who received Gold Key awards were also granted scholarships totaling $180,000. Teams of notable art professionals, college professors, and executive art directors judged this prestigious juried competition...


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National Weather Service meteorologist, Angie Enyedi, was the guest speaker for Grade 3 students as a culmination activity of their weather unit. Ms. Enyedi taught the students how to identify different types of storms and safety tips for each. The students divided into groups and played the Jeopardy Weather Game to assess their newly learned knowledge and every group got an "A"...


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