St. John the Evangelist School students strive to live Jesusís call to love one another. Students serve others in our community and in the larger world through meals for the homeless, helping the impoverished, fundraisers for worthy charities and other character-building actions for change.
Our Service Learning Process is a unique part of the St. John the Evangelist curriculum, and we continually share and discuss the benefits of service learning with our parents and students. Older students are grouped with younger students to mentor and assist in these learning opportunities, such as baking for the So Others Might Eat program, writing to and saying prayers for children at The Childrenís Inn at NIH and raising funds for the Mission Fund. Beginning in grade 1, all students begin writing reflections in service-learning journals that move with them from grade to grade. The completed journals are given to the students as they graduate.