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  • Textbook Pickup and Used Uniform Sale Friday

    Textbook Pickup and Used Uniform Sale on Friday, August 11

    Textbook Pickup
    8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    • Upper School pickup will take place in the Chao Assembly Room, located in Flores Hall and Campus Center
    • Middle School pickup will take place in G127 and G130, located on the first floor of the Georges Middle School Building
    • US and MS PE Uniforms - Pick up in Chao Assembly Room 
    • Click here to view Summer Reading Lists and Textbook Lists
    • US Summer Reading English books will be available in the Chao Assembly Room
    • Spirit Store will be closed August 14-18
    • Spirit Store will be open August 21-22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., for those who cannot make it August 11
    • Spirit Store open on first day of school, August 23, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
     
    Used Uniform Sale
    8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    • Sale for Lower, Middle, and Upper School students will take place in Q205A and on the second floor hallway of the Upper School Quadrangle Building
    • Volunteers will be on hand to receive donations of uniforms, as well as help you find items to purchase
    • Proceeds from the sales throughout the year will benefit the St. John's Scholarship Fund
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  • 2017 SPC Champions- Girls' Varsity Tennis

    Girls' Tennis- SPC Champs

    Congratulations to Girls' Varsity Tennis for winning the 2017 SPC Championship.  The Mavericks won all of their matches by a score of 3-2 over Casady, Kinkaid, and Hockaday.  This is the second SPC tennis title for the program (2001, 2017).
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  • 2017 SPC Champions

    Girls' Golf Wins First SPC Championship

    Congratulations to the Varsity Girls' Golf team for winning the 2017 SPC championship.  After taking a seven stroke lead on day one, the Mavericks finished the tournament with a school-record low of 464 points, 16 shots ahead of runner-up EHS.  Christine Wang '20 finished first overall  (75 - 69), followed by Denise Pan '20 in third  (77 - 76),  and Morgan Sholeen '18 in sixth (85 - 82). Grace Wilson '17 finished in 8th (89 - 85).  This is the first SPC title for St. John's Girls' Golf.  
     
     
     
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  • MS Play: Chasing Charming

    Performances of the MS play Chasing Charming were held last week. Fifty-four MS students participated in the topsy-turvy twist on traditional princess fairytales, written by Alaska Reece Vance. In this comedy, a fledgling narrator (Charlotte Curtin) discovers Prince Charming has been kidnapped by the evil witch Hagragard (Natalie Brown). The Narrator struggles to save her family honor while her well-meaning Fairy Godmother (Meridian Monthy) mistakenly sends not one, but six fairytale princesses (plus Goldilocks!) to the rescue. 

    The cast featured Abigail Poag, Lauryn Kapiloff, Addie Fairbanks, Remi Clonts, Mac Bechtol, and Saviana Augustine as the Princesses, Noelle Alexander as Goldilocks, Abby Walker as Lead Minion, Thomas Chang as Wolf, and Drew Adams as S-Secnirp. Julia Wykoff and Matthew Lee played the witch’s children. Curtis Donovan, Lauren Aguilar and Lucy Haire played the Bear Family, and Amelia Schueppert played the trusted Sign. The role of Prince Charming was dual cast, played by Ado Ibori (Thursday show) and Casey Propst (Friday show). Ellie Eikenburg, Isabella Gidi, Maggie Miller, and Adele Wan played the Magic Dancers.

    Alex Arizpe directed the performance and was assisted by: Teresa Fogler, costumes; Alice Fogler, assistant director; BJ Garmon, light design; Jamie Adams, sound. Student Assistant Stage Managers Catherine Elrod, Brianna Baskin, Jared Margolis, and Ashley Kim were joined by a technical crew from Johnnycake. 

    To view more photos from the show, click here
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  • SJS Hosts First MS Quiz Bowl Tournament

    On Saturday, St. John's, in cooperation with the Texas Quiz Bowl Alliance, hosted the first Middle School Quiz Bowl tournament. Twenty schools from the Austin and Houston areas registered 49 teams to compete in the inaugural "Maverick Madness." St. John's teams took advantage of the home field. For the fourth time this season, the SJS A Team (Max Beard '21, Tyler King '21, Lucas Pope '21, and Jackson Harvey '22) won the Middle School Division of the tournament without losing a single game!

    The St. John's 6th grade team, competing in the Elementary Division, won 3rd place. Congratulations to all the students participating in the tournament and a big thank you to all the faculty and parent volunteers who made this tournament a success for all the participants!
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