St. John the Evangelist’s middle school instills students with self-esteem, confidence, and strong morals in a Christ-filled environment.

Our school community is a warm and caring environment of students, families, and friends. Students participate in various community service projects: contributing to the local food banks, shelters, and local causes within the community and parish.

The focus of the middle school is twofold. Our curriculum encourages individual creativity as well as presenting challenges to enable the students to become life-long learners.

The curriculum includes Religion, Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts (Art, Music), Health and Physical Education, Computer Education, Library, and Foreign Language.

Spanish is part of the curriculum in grades K-8. Students in grades 6-8 receive instruction in Spanish each week for 135-180 minutes. By the end of eighth grade, a student will have finished an equivalent of first-year Spanish and may potentially enter Spanish II in high school if they meet the school’s requirements and successfully meet the World Language Exam assessment score.

Advanced math is provided in grades 5-7 for students recommended by the teacher, achieve high standardized testing scores, maintain a math grade of 90 or above, and, if necessary, meet the requirements for the end-of-year math placement exam.