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

Tex, who roamed campus for about an hour and a half, enjoys the weather.

Armadillo spotted scurrying around campus

Emma Chang, Staff Writer October 1, 2021
On Sept. 30, an armadillo was spotted on campus.
Students enjoy the new physics classroom, which was designed over the summer.

Facilities combine math classrooms into new physics lab

Emma Chang, Staff Writer September 29, 2021
This summer, the facilities crew removed a wall to combine two math rooms into a physics classroom.
Hurricane winds swept into Houston, peaking at 50 miles per hour.

School loses power, classes move online for a day

Annie Jones and Emma Chang September 16, 2021
Since the St. John’s campus lost power, on Sept. 15, Middle and Upper School students attended virtual classes, while Lower School lessons remained paused.
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 Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 9 p.m., Shomik Ghose (’19) will compete with Columbia University in the College Bowl Championship.

Shomik Ghose (’19) to compete with Columbia University in College Bowl Championship

Arjun Maitra, Staff Writer September 6, 2021
On Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 9 p.m., Shomik Ghose (’20) will compete with the Columbia University team in the College Bowl Championship. The winners will receive $125k scholarships.
French students won first place at the Texas French Symposium last month, with one of the largest teams to have participated since St. John’s began competing in the event nine years ago.

French students win Texas French Symposium, host showcase to celebrate victory

Mia Hong, Sarah Clark, and Romit Kundagrami May 26, 2021
French students won first place at the Texas French Symposium last month, with one of the largest teams to have participated since St. John’s began competing in the event nine years ago.
The Science Olympiad team competed in the state tournament on April 24 and placed eighth out of 30 teams, which was the team’s best finish since the start of the club.  

Science Olympiad team records best finish at state, places eighth

Emma Chang, Staff Writer May 26, 2021
The Science Olympiad team competed in the state tournament on April 24 and placed eighth out of 30 teams, which was the team’s best finish since the start of the club.  
Due to the pandemic, members of the College Board have adjusted the locations and timings of the AP exams.

Students adjust to AP schedule changes, prepare for exams

Arjun Maitra and Shreyes Balachandran May 11, 2021
Due to the pandemic, the College Board has adjusted the locations and timings of the AP exams.
On April 1 and April 15, the School hosted a vaccine clinic for SJS community members ages 16 and older.

School hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic for community members

Ellie Monday, Staff Writer May 3, 2021
On April 1 and April 15, the School hosted a vaccine clinic for SJS community members ages 16 and older.
Over the past year, the pandemic has exposed pre-existing anti-Asian hate in the United States.

SJS community reacts to rise in anti-Asian hate, Unity Council and EAAG host forums

Dawson Chang and Mia Hong April 1, 2021
During a shooting in Atlanta on March 17, eight people were murdered, six of whom were Asian women. When students returned from spring break the following week, the news became a widespread topic of discussion.
Wreaking Havoc on Houston: Winter storm impacts St. John’s community

Wreaking Havoc on Houston: Winter storm impacts St. John’s community

Ashley Yen and Megan Chang March 12, 2021
On Feb. 15, Winter Storm Uri hit Houston, resulting in power outages and low water pressure for many students and faculty. The Review Online put together this special package featuring members of the SJS community exploring the impacts of the Texas power grid.
Eighth graders from the class of 2022 rest in the shade during a long hike.

Big Bend canceled due to COVID, replaced by Big Bend Lite

Dawson Chang, Staff Writer March 3, 2021
For the first time in 44 years, Class Eight students did not embark on the annual Big Bend trip. From Feb. 20-26, 123 eighth graders would have camped near the international border between the United States and Mexico, if not for the pandemic.
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