The Review

Malcolm and his band performed at White Oak Music Hall on Sept. 29.

Senior pursues singing, songwriting, performing

SJ Lasley and Keval Shah October 14, 2019
On Sept. 29, senior Scotty Malcolm and his band performed at White Oak Music Hall. Malcolm released his first EP this summer.
With storm clouds brewing behind them, students in the water compared muddy and sandy ecosystems by dragging nets through the water to examine the species that inhabited the area, including stingrays and jellyfish.

Annual field trip hit by Imelda: Photo Gallery

Cameron Ederle, Lydia Gafford, and October 10, 2019
On Sept. 16, AP Biology and AP Environmental Science classes traveled to Galveston to collect marine samples and were met by Tropical Storm Imelda.
Uncloistered: Resume Padding

Uncloistered: Resume Padding

Celine Huang September 23, 2019
Uncloistered is The Review Online’s comic series, which highlights different stories throughout the year through visual journalism. In this edition, Celine takes a humorous approach to report on a common trend in the college process.
Imelda hit SJS and surrounding Houston neighborhoods throughout the day.

Imelda at SJS: Photo Gallery

September 19, 2019
Tropical storm Imelda hit and flooded areas St. John's and neighboring communities on Sept. 19.
New clubs draw attention from the crowds with their colorful signs and offerings of sweet treats.

Club Fair 2019: Photo Gallery

September 8, 2019
This year at Club Fair, students showcased their passions, creativity and common interests.
Video: Teachers showcase their pet pythons, pigs

Video: Teachers showcase their pet pythons, pigs

Matthew Samson, Video Staffer May 17, 2019
Teachers showcase and tell stories about their classroom and personal pets.
Friends of Angie Kensinger created a logo design for their custard stand. The logo was printed on the volunteers' aprons, shirts and hats.

Volunteers open custard stand in honor of lacrosse coach

Grace Randall, Staff Writer May 13, 2019
JV girls' lacrosse players and parents set up a temporary custard stand on May 3 in honor of Coach K.
Daniel Friedman, a beloved Upper School math teacher, received the 2019 Lamp of Knowledge Award earlier this year.

Math teacher Daniel Friedman wins 2019 Lamp of Knowledge Award

Chloe Zhao and Keval Shah May 9, 2019
Math teacher Daniel Friedman won the 2019 Lamp of Knowledge Award after 17 years of service to the School.
Uncloistered: LGBTQ+ Day of Silence

Uncloistered: LGBTQ+ Day of Silence

Celine Huang April 12, 2019
Uncloistered is The Review Online's new comic series, which will highlight different stories throughout the year through visual journalism.
Hooper-Price pushes off the starting bloc at the beginning of his race.

Boys’ and girls’ track and field set new personal, school records

Nina Varma and Keval Shah April 4, 2019
Boys' and girls' track and field have broken several school records and personal times in recent meets.
Art History students, with teacher Hollis Amley, pose for a picture in the Met.

Art History class visits New York City

April 2, 2019

From March 28-31, Art History students traveled to New York City. The students toured classic American art museums such The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The official student newspaper of St. John's School.