St. John Central Grade and High School Students receive an education rooted in the Teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and Christianity. Ultimately, we educated the whole person. Students participate in daily Theology courses, weekly Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Eucharistic Adoration, Prayer Services, Daily Community Prayer, Daily Opportunities for Individual, Private Prayer, Community Service, and Retreats.
Jesus, the Savior and Redeemer, is our stronghold and foundation. He is the cornerstone to our school, the reason we are here, and because of Him, we are better at what we do each day. He is our model of Love and Hope.
Mary, the Mother of God, is the wrap to our mantle. She protects us and leads us, always, to her Son, Jesus Christ. We honor her for her service to our world and as the Blessed Virgin Mary.
St. John, our school patron, is our virtuous model of faith and life. We look to his example of virtue as he knelt before the Foot of the Cross at the Crucifixion of Christ—Ever Faithful, Ever Courageous, and Ever Faithful.
Students are enriched in the Faith, Scripture, and Theology not only in daily religion class, but also in each course they take and co-curricular activity in which they participate. We teach and promote the faith in all we do.