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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

The Review Online put together this special package to raise awareness about and explore mental health in the SJS community.

It’s O.K. to not be okay

Ashley Yen and Megan Chang January 9, 2022
The Review Online put together this special package to raise awareness about and explore mental health in the SJS community.
A teacher worries about grades, which are due the next day. Believe it or not, report cards are as stressful for teachers as they are for students.

The hidden side of education: Teachers experience stress while ensuring students receive a high-quality education

Annie Jones, Copy Editor January 8, 2022
Sergios Paschalis typically spends eight hours at school, walking home at 3:35 p.m. After a short break, he spends the next four or five hours grading and preparing materials for future classes. The past two years, Covid has also exacerbated feelings of stress among teachers.
Students Against Stigma hosts “Talk-it-out-Thursdays,” where students can openly talk to their peers about mental health.

Students Against Stigma spreads awareness about mental health

Aleena Gilani and Johnathon Li January 8, 2022
Founded in 2019, the Students Against Stigma club aims to spark conversation and break the stigma surrounding mental health. They hope to build an environment where students can talk openly about their experiences without facing judgment.
60 seconds with twins Cate and Sarah Adams

60 seconds with twins Cate and Sarah Adams

Annie Villa and Lexi Guo December 16, 2021
The October print edition of the Review included a photostory of freshmen twins that mistakenly omitted Sarah and Cate Adams. Get to know them through 60 seconds questions!

Claremont Heir performs Christmas classic “Jingle Bell Rock”

Lucy Walker, Staff Writer December 13, 2021
Claremont Heir performs original songs and covers at gigs around the city. With only five months left of the school year, Claremont Heir is completing its run at St. John's.
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

Richard Liang and Ellison Albright 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.
Learn about new faculty members for the 2021-2022 school year through individual Q&As.

Class Acts: Meet the new teachers

Learn about new faculty members for the 2021-2022 school year through individual Q&As.
A woman studies the details of one of Havel’s collages, Rafter. The pieces from left to right: Excuse My Scribbling, Square Deal, Rafter, Gothic Rupture and  Taking Measure.

Dan Havel presents “Excuse My Scribbling, Please” at Redbud Gallery

Serina Yan and Johnathon Li October 1, 2021
Dan Havel is presenting his newest art show, "Excuse My Scribbling, Please," at Redbud Gallery.
Senior Meeah Bradford enjoys lunch with her internship sponsor, Dr. Don Schaffer.

Seniors intern with alumni professionals

Natalie Boquist and Natasha Janssens September 24, 2021
The St. John’s Student Internship Program was launched in 2012. Seniors Meeah Bradford and Wenqing He learned about the medical and energy industries.
Before COVID, student tutors and refugee tutees met in person during the summer.

Upper School students tutor refugee children, host Summer Express on Zoom

James Li, Staff Writer September 16, 2021
In 2006, sophomores Laynie Johnson (‘08) and Johnny Leader (‘08) sought to bridge the gap in academic achievement between wealthy and low-income children. This June, Summer Express was held over Zoom due to COVID, and tutors worked with a total of 28 kids.
Myles Lewis (11) is the Director of Analytics for the Miami Marlins.

Marlinball: How an SJS alum turned his love of baseball, differential equations, into an MLB career

Lillian Poag, Copy Editor September 8, 2021
Myles Lewis ('11) is the Director of Analytics for the Miami Marlins, a job he has dreamed of since high school.
Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the citys status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.

“Invisible” communities poisoned by rampant industrial pollution

Indrani Maitra and Max Stith July 16, 2021
Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the city's status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.
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