St. Johns was honored this afternoon to celebrate two Spartan seniors as they signed National Letters of Intent to play football at the college level.
Athletics is an integral part of the St. Johns experience. Seen as an extension of the classroom, the goal of Spartan athletics is to challenge our student-athletes to be confident, multifaceted young adults. St. Johns' athletics program teaches our students what it means to work hard, be part of something bigger than themselves, and to win and lose with humility. Our students' passion, commitment, and self-discipline produces outstanding team and personal achievements that they will carry with them to college and beyond.
Video produced by Zhanee Anderson '16
Zhanee Anderson '16 played soccer for Coach Mike Pickett and earned a soccer scholarship to Valdosta State University. She graduated from Valdosta State in May of 2020 with a bachelor of fine arts degree in mass media and played soccer all four years. While she was at Valdosta State, Zhanee worked on numerous projects with the athletic department including—her favorite—serving as a color commentator for the 2019 NCAA Division 2 Football Playoffs and hosting a weekly sports update, "The Hot Minute." She currently works as a Creative Video Graduate Assistant for Temple Football.
Senior Paul Allen today signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Long Island's Five Towns College.
Spartan Girls Soccer took their legacy to the next level last night, securing their 10th consecutive State Championship win
Freshman Mary Kate Kent and Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Yolanda Bronston earned District 6 Player and Coach of the Year
Twelve Spartan athletes signed national letters of intent to play sports at the college level on Early Signing Day.