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

Upper School Spanish teacher Raquel Gaytán and Service Learning Coordinator Claire Nuchtern (11) make St. Johns first official service learning class come to life.

A glimpse into St. John’s first service learning class

Aien Du and Aila Jiang March 28, 2024

When Service Learning Coordinator Claire Nuchtern (‘11) and Upper School Spanish teacher Raquel Gaytán visited St. Austin’s Center, they expected a community need for English lessons. But to their...

English teacher Matthew Wells and Spanish teacher Luis Gamboa joined the Upper School at the start of the 2022-2023 school year.

Class Act: new teachers Matthew Wells, Luis Gamboa

Maddie Garrou and Marin Pollock November 1, 2022
Get to know new teachers Matthew Wells and Luis Gamboa!
Get to know Spanish teacher Jessica MacMurtrie!

Class Act: Spanish teacher Jessica MacMurtrie

Grace Rustay and Sierra Ondo January 31, 2020
Get to know Spanish teacher Jessica MacMurtrie!
Spanish teacher Raquel Gaytan joins the world language department.

Class Act: Spanish teacher Raquel Gaytán

Ethan Kinsella and Julia Smith November 12, 2019
Get to know new Spanish teacher Raquel Gaytán.
New Spanish teacher Margarita Serrano waits for her next class.

Class act: Spanish teacher Margarita Serrano

Sophia Lima, Staff Writer September 28, 2016
New Spanish teacher Margarita Serrano discovered her passion giving tours to student groups at the governor's house in Puerto Rico.
Cantinflas follows comedian Mario Moreno from obscurity to stardom.

Under Review: “Cantinflas”

Marisa Murillo, Photographer October 6, 2014
Acknowledging a diverse audience by alternating English and Spanish in speech and subtitles, “Cantinflas” tells the story of Mario Moreno, a comedian widely regarded as the Charlie Chaplin of Mexico.
ISAS Spotlight: Colegios Peterson

ISAS Spotlight: Colegios Peterson

Irene Vazquez, Staff Writer April 3, 2014
The language barrier did not stop Colegios Peterson, a school from Mexico City from bringing its contingency of high school artists. Click for a video preview of their Coffee House performance.
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