We believe our students are the future of the Church.

For over 150 years, St. John School has been providing students in Carroll County with an excellent education that is rooted in our Catholic faith. As a community, we firmly believe in developing young disciples of Christ.  Our mission statement exemplifies this: “St. John School provides an education rooted in the Roman Catholic faith. This education is grounded in proven academic methodologies and balances personal development with responsibility toward others. The Gospel calls us to enkindle our students’ spiritual, intellectual and physical capabilities for the greater honor and glory of God. We believe our students are the future of the Church; therefore, we commit to this purpose.”

Instruction rooted in our Catholic faith.

In carrying out our mission, we provide an instructional program that includes religion, language arts, math, science, social studies, spelling, vocabulary, and penmanship. Also incorporated into the program are the special areas of music, art, computer technology, Spanish and physical education. Our students grow and mature physically, socially and spiritually within a community which fosters respect for God, self and others. Together with our parish priests, our faculty and staff model the spirit of our mission within our daily lives to fully reflect our motto—”Christ-centered learning…Christ-modeled love.”

Fully Accredited.

St. John School is accredited by AdvancED. Registration information is available through the school office, at 410-848-7455, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Further information is available on the school website.  Also, visit the school’s Facebook page.

Tuition and fee information is also available through the school office, and please note that we are always happy and available to provide a tour for your family!

Strong Leadership & Expert Faculty.

St. John School is an Archdiocesan Collaborative School. The pastor (as the canonical representative), the principal and the school board reflect a strong spirit of collaboration in their working relationships. The principal exercises a participatory style of management that respects the expertise of the faculty.

If you would like to get involved with volunteering for the many events at SJS, contact the school office at 410-848-7455