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The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

Eight dancers dressed in bright colors begin their dance routine.

Students express creativity through annual choreography showcase

Eshna Das and Lee Monistere January 17, 2023
On Jan. 6, students performed STUCHO, an annual production where students create original, complex routines to a wide variety of songs and recruit dancers to bring their pieces to life.
In just the last decade, the United States has faced over a dozen once-in-500-years storms due to climate change, including Hurricane Harvey in 2017, shown in the picture above.

Students confront climate concerns, suggest solutions

Kate Johnson and Isabella Muñoz December 6, 2022
As pollution, natural disasters and rising temperatures worsen day by day due to climate change, students take action to support their environment and to spread environmental consciousness.
Seniors Ava Steely and Jay Love prepare for the play during one of the dress rehearsals in the week leading up to the live performances.

Students prepare for fall play “Clue,” performing Oct. 14, 15

Kate Johnson and Emma Arnold October 14, 2022
Set in 1954, this year’s fall play “Clue" is a comedic murder mystery and cult-classic full of heinous accusations, trap doors and murder weapons. Performances will take place on Oct. 14 and 15 in the Lowe Theater.
Sophomores Eli Hay and Skylar Gross prepare for the One Acts.

Students perform in annual One Acts production

Lulu Flores and Jennifer Lin October 6, 2022
Every year, the St. John's Fine Arts department hosts the One Acts, a student-led production of short skits, which premiered in the black box theater on the first weekend of October.
Every summer, SJS students volunteer at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Houston Zoo.

Students volunteer at Zoo Crew, Ecoteen

Eshna Das and Finn Brewer October 4, 2022
On a typical summer day in Hermann Park, teenagers help aspiring kindergartner astronauts put on their space suits and embark on a journey through the solar system, while, across the street, other teenagers teach visitors about animals and advocate for animal rights.
Junior Gabriella Saadia edits the Club Hub page in the Plaza.

New Club Hub website showcases over a hundred student clubs

Ethan Nguyen and Parker Moore October 4, 2022
After a year of work, junior Gabriella Saadia and Assistant Dean of Students Lori Fryman released Club Hub, a new website that displays the over 100 student-clubs at SJS.
Seniors Frances Moriniere and Lily Price cheer for the SJS Spirit Club.

Photo Gallery: Club Fair 2022

Isabella Diaz-Mira, Lexi Guo, and Katie Czelusta September 19, 2022
On Sept. 1 and 2, Club Fair took place on the Great Lawn. Over a hundred student clubs, each with their own trifold, participated in the event.
Breakfast Club: The Review tries biscuit sandwiches from six fast food chains around St. Johns

Breakfast Club: The Review tries biscuit sandwiches from six fast food chains around St. John’s

In today's special video, The Review's staff attempts to determine which fast food restaurant offers the best breakfast sandwich.
The 22 incident: Declassified photos from Review reconnaissance mission

The 22 incident: Declassified photos from Review reconnaissance mission

James Li, Lexi Guo, and Max Stith May 18, 2022
Senior Max Stith bids farewell to St. John's.
Jack Bray, Matt Johnston, and James Bond assume the classic prom pose.

Photo Gallery: Students and James Bond at prom

Lexi Guo, Online Photo and Video Editor May 5, 2022
On Saturday, April 9, juniors and seniors attended the 007 themed prom at Life HTX.
This years onslaught of pollen has increased the severity of students allergy symptoms.

High oak allergen count leaves students feeling a-pollen

Lucy Walker, Online Section Editor May 4, 2022
This year’s spring has been filled with anticipation, excitement and also… pollen. 2022 has been especially problematic for those suffering from pollen allergies—according to Yale Medicine, patients have been reporting increasingly severe symptoms.
French students showcase their French-themed art. Left to right: Brandon Lozano holds his 3D project, Le Secret du Siècle des Lumières; Kacey Chapman displays her digital art entry as well as her acrylic painting; Isaí Melendez shows his color pencil work; Mia Hong displays her watercolor piece, La Reine des Céréales.

Photo Gallery: French Symposium

Dawson Chang and Ella Piper Claffy April 25, 2022
On April 2, SJS French students took home the gold at French Symposium.
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