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The Review

Senior Kate Vo works on her college essays on the Quad.
Students participate in fourth annual college counseling essay workshop
November 19, 2021
Over the final and first weeks of July and August, 163 seniors attended the fourth annual college counseling essay workshop.
235 Houstonians attended the trivia event, which raised almost $200,000. The money will fund ongoing school year sessions and the summer program.
SJS parents host Breakthrough Houston's trivia event, students volunteer as teaching assistants
November 15, 2021
On Oct. 21, 235 Houstonians, including several from the St. John’s community, gathered on the outdoor patio of the Armadillo Palace for a game of trivia. The event celebrated Breakthrough Houston, a tuition-free educational program for high achieving but under-resourced students.
Thompson is the New York Times bestselling author of “Raising Cain” and a school counselor who specializes in the psychology of boys.
Psychologist Michael Thompson speaks to Upper School about academic gender gap
November 11, 2021
On Oct. 27, psychologist Michael Thompson talked to the Upper School about the academic gender gap. 
Constant downpour during Hurricane Harvey flooded many streets and produced more than 60 inches of rain.
Students discuss climate change, aftermath of Hurricane Nicholas
October 26, 2021
Over the past four years, Houston has faced four superstorms each causing school closures. As climate change worsens, these natural disasters will only become more frequent.
In 1980, at the age of 16, Carol Lewis qualified for her first Olympics in long jump. Since then, she has transitioned into the world of HR and is now working as the Human Resources Director at SJS.
Former Olympian Carol Lewis becomes Human Resources Director
October 27, 2021
In 1980, at 16, Carol Lewis qualified for her first Olympics in long jump. Since then, she has transitioned into the world of HR and is now working as the HR Director at SJS.
Five seniors signed their National Letters of Intent on Nov. 13.
Senior athletes sign at National Letter of Intent ceremony
November 19, 2021
On Nov. 10 during daVinci, five seniors signed their National Letters of Intent.
The 2021 Varsity Captains compete to see which team knows their fellow captains the best.
Video: Fall captains play The Newlywed Game
November 3, 2021
The 2021 Varsity Captains compete to see which team knows their fellow captains the best. This video was directed and filmed by Lexi Guo and edited by James Li. 
Senior Matthew Perez cheers on the team as they drive down the field. “The game was just electric,” Perez said. “I know for all the seniors, getting to beat Episcopal our last year here, is something we’ll remember for a long, long time.”
Video: Mavs beat Episcopal 24 - 20
October 19, 2021
On Oct. 8, the Mavs beat Episcopal 24-20 for the first time since 2011.
Under Review: Eternals
Under Review: "Eternals"
November 17, 2021
Sophomore Louis Faillace shares his opinion on the latest movie to join the MCU: "Eternals."
Seniors practice chest compressions on CPR dummies in the Plaza.
Freshmen perform community service, seniors engage in "life readiness" activities
October 15, 2021
On the morning of Oct. 13, while sophomores and juniors tested their mettle against the PSAT, freshmen worked on community service projects alongside their advisories, and seniors participated in three "life readiness" activities.
The field hockey team celebrates after beating Ballard High 5-1.
Day in the Life of a field hockey player
September 30, 2021
Sophomore Kaitlyn Chang recalls her trip to the MAX Field Hockey High School National Invitational.
A kindergartner high fives Chidsey during the “Cookie Monster Cheer.”
Mavericks convene for spirit week traditions, rivalry with Kinkaid
November 9, 2021
As part of annual Kinkaid Week festivities, the campus was decorated in the 70s theme, and students attended the all-school pep rally.
A man cooks authentic Greek food at the Greek festival.
Greek Festival showcases traditional dances, food
November 1, 2021
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church hosted the 54th Houston Greek Festival from Oct. 14 to Oct. 17. The event offered Houstonians the opportunity to try Greek foods and watch traditional dances.
Much Ado About Nothing premiered on Oct. 14, after weeks of rehearsal and difficulties with Hurricane Nicholas.
Johnnycake kicks off the year with fall play "Much Ado About Nothing"
October 22, 2021
Johnnycake's rendition of "Much Ado About Nothing" premiered on Oct. 14, after weeks of rehearsal and difficulties with Hurricane Nicholas.
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The official student newspaper of St. John's School.
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