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

The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

The Mavs beat Episcopal for the first time since 2011 to move to 6-0 for the season. “It felt electric — being able to keep the student section engaged in the game was huge,” senior Christopher Means said.

Photo Gallery: Mavs beat Episcopal for first time since 2011

Lexi Guo, Photo/Video Editor October 14, 2021
On Oct. 8, the Mavs beat Episcopal for the first time since 2011 and moved to 6 - 0 for the season. 
A tree, split in half by the storm, fell over a basketball court in Sugarland.

Hurricane Nicholas moves across Houston, causes school closures, power outages

Annie Jones and Penelope Macpherson September 14, 2021
On Sept. 14 at 12:30 a.m., Category 1 Hurricane Nicholas landed on the Gulf Coast.
On Sept. 9 and 10, student leaders of over 100 clubs set up displays for potential new members to learn about clubs, ask questions and get connected.

Photo Gallery: Club Fair 2021

Lexi Guo, Online Photo/Video Editor September 14, 2021
On Sept. 9 and 10, student leaders of over 100 clubs set up displays for potential new members to learn about clubs, ask questions and get connected.
Seniors, decked out in western gear, send a loud and clear message to John Cooper not to mess with the Mavericks. “Fans make the games much more enjoyable,” Co-Captain Michael Skaribas said. “They give us extra energy when we’re on the field.”

Football wins season opener against John Cooper School

Lexi Guo, Johnathon Li, and Sarah Clark September 7, 2021
On Aug. 27, the Mavericks won the first football game of the year against John Cooper School. 
Freshmen Serina Yan and Alexys Shae Tantuco collaborate to sketch their advisorys mascot and logo on the Plaza. Every freshman signs their name adjacent to the chalk creations.

Freshmen participate in on-campus orientation

Sarah Clark, Photo Editor September 6, 2021
The annual freshman retreat to Camp Lonehollow was cancelled due to COVID, but on Friday, Aug. 20, freshmen participated in an on-campus orientation. Senior counselors, peer leaders, and advisors led students in games and bonding activities. 
Junior Cici Calhoun passes the baton to senior Reese Ramirez in the 4x400m relay. The girls’ track and field team placed sixth in the SPC Championship on May 8.

Photo Gallery: Spring Sports Recap

Sarah Clark, Staff Writer May 18, 2021
The girls’ lacrosse team and girls' golf team both defeated Hockaday to win SPC.
Hannah Garrou lines up the dominos on her golf-themed machine.

Juniors design, build Rube Goldberg Machines: Photo Gallery

Lexi Guo, Staff Writer April 16, 2021
Junior physics classes designed and constructed their own Rube Goldberg machines.
Boys basketball wins season opener against Fort Bend Christian Academy

Boys’ basketball wins season opener against Fort Bend Christian Academy

Sarah Clark November 19, 2020
On Nov. 17, the boys' basketball team played against Fort Bend Christian Academy and started off the season with an 86-42 win.
Setter senior Shehryar Jafry tosses the ball to pressure serve their opponents the Houston Stars.

Boys’ volleyball celebrates Senior Night, plays Houston Stars

Maxx Shearod, Photo Editor November 9, 2020
The boys' volleyball team played the Houston Stars and celebrated Senior Night on Nov. 2. 
Lower School administrators pose together in their Dr. Seuss-themed outfits.

Students prepare for Halloween with safety precautions, inventive ideas

Ellie Monday, Staff Writer October 31, 2020
This year, Halloween falls on the Saturday of Daylight Savings Time for an extra hour of festivities, and it's the first Halloween with a blue moon since 1944. Yet only 22% of St. John's students are celebrating, according to poll data from the Review Online.
Caroline Pressler signs her name on the Senior Mural.

Photo Gallery: Senior Kinkaid Night

Grace Randall, Print Editor-in-Chief October 29, 2020
On Oct. 26, seniors gathered on campus for the first-ever Senior Kinkaid Night. Hosted by the School, Senior Kinkaid Night allowed students to socialize on the Quad, Plaza and Great Lawn while appropriately distanced to replace the annual Homecoming Dance, which could not take place this year due to COVID-19. 
The field hockey seniors traded uniforms with Kinkaid players. They accessorized with patterned masks, leopard print and purple boas.

Photo Gallery: seniors don flashy purple and gold attire for Dress Like Kinkaid Day

Lexi Guo, Bailey Maierson, Grace Randall, and Willow Zerr October 27, 2020
On Monday, Oct. 26, seniors decked out in flashy purple and gold attire to in the annual Dress Like Kinkaid Day.
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