Technology plays an integral part in the teaching/learning process at Saint John's School. The use of technology is designed to prepare students as they collaborate, research, construct and discover while at the same time allowing teachers to individualize their teaching strategies, teach digital citizenship and differentiate learning. Through the use of the latest technology, e-books, and the school-wide wireless network, students have access to unlimited resources to enhance their learning experience. Starting in seventh grade, all students are required to have a laptop and bring it to school on a daily basis.

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  • Important information to note:

    • Users must log in using their email address on file with Saint John's School.
    • Current parents/guardians will receive an email invitation to "Connect with Saint John's " through the Blackbaud app to set up their BBID login. Complete instructions are included below.
    • Email addresses cannot be shared.
    • Gmail users will have the option to sign in with Google (via Single-Sign-On).

How to Sign in with Blackbaud ID in the Future:

  1. Navigate to Saint John's School's MySJS at or simply click on the MySJS tab on our webpage
  2. Enter your BBID (your connected email address). Select NEXT.
  3. On the login screen, either Sign in with Google, or enter your connected email address and password.

Troubleshooting and FAQs

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  • Q. What is my Blackbaud ID?

    Your Blackbaud ID is the email address on file with Saint John's School. If you are unsure what that email address is, or if you wish to change your email address on file, please email us at
  • Q. I get an error message saying "There is no account with this email". 

    Please make sure that you are using the email address on record with Saint John's School. Please contact our Tech Support Department at for further assistance.
  • Q. I did not receive an email invitation

    Double-check your junk/spam folder! You should have received an email invitation sent via Blackbaud from
    Alternatively, you have the option create your new BBID login without an email invitation! Go to the Saint John's School login screen at . Enter your full email address and select NEXT. You should receive a message that your username is being converted to use Blackbaud ID. Click CONTINUE and follow the above set up instructions starting at step 3.

    To request a new invitation email, please contact our Tech Support Department at
  • Q. I forgot my password --OR -- I want to change my password

    If you have forgotten your Blackbaud ID password, you can reset it online. To keep your login secure, Saint John's School staff do not have access to your password and do not have the ability to assign temporary passwords. 

    If you created a Blackbaud ID with the "Sign in with Google" button, you will manage your password through your Google account.
    If you created a Blackbaud ID using Option 1, follow these instructions to reset your password:
    1. Navigate to the Saint John's School 's MySJS Blackbaud app at
    2. Enter your BBID (your connected email address). Select NEXT.
    3. On the Blackbaud login screen, click on the "Forgot password?" link.
  • Q. When I try to sign up, I receive the message "The user already exists".

    This message indicates that a Blackbaud ID has already been created with your email address. Sign in with the existing Blackbaud ID and use the Forgot Password? link to reset your password if needed.

Technology Information

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    A focus of this initiative is digital citizenship, which is the responsible use of technology. Your child will be reminded of digital skills, ethics, etiquette, and online safety. These are important aspects of participating in today’s world.

    Student devices may be used to access resources and complete classroom activities. Educational activities may include researching information, producing documents, analyzing data, participating in surveys, producing videos, reading e-books, creating blogs, or taking notes. The use of the device is at the sole discretion of the teacher.

    Parent acknowledgement and agreement to adhere to this policy is completed at the beginning of each school year as part of the verification process..

    Students are solely responsible for their device. They must bring it fully charged to school. Similar to other personally owned items, Saint John’s School, is not liable for loss, damage, misuse, or theft

    To maintain a safe and secure learning environment, a filtered Internet connection will be provided for students. As well, students will only be able to use their device under the direct supervision of their teacher. Any unauthorized use can result in privileges being revoked.

    Resources will be provided to help students connect their device to the school network. Your child must be familiar with how to use their device. Teachers will facilitate the use of your child’s device into learning.

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Tere Somoza

    Tere Somoza 

    IT Director
    Ext. 3241
    College of the Holy Cross
  • Photo of Anibal Rivera

    Anibal Rivera 

    Network and Systems Administrator
    Universidad Interamericana - AD
  • Photo of Cristopher Torres

    Cristopher Torres 

    IT Support Specialist
    Universidad Ana G. Méndez

How to reach us:

If you have any technical issues, you can send an email to our Tech Support Department at  We can also be reached at (787)728-5343 X4103

Device Information

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  • 1:1 Device Program

    The 1:1 (One to One) Device program aims to provide students with personal portable devices while in school, to enhance opportunities for learning in a range of learning contexts.  

    Saint John's School has implemented a 1:1 device program for students starting in Grades K-6.  Students in the Early Childhood Division, grades K through 2nd are provided school-owned Ipads.  Students in the Upper Elementary Division, grades 3-6 are provided Windows-based laptops.   

    Students in the Secondary Division are required to bring their own laptops.  Although we recommend Windows-based laptops, students can bring MAC OS laptops as well. 

Saint John’s School

Saint John’s School is a non-profit, college preparatory, nonsectarian, coeducational day school founded in 1915. The school, located in a residential area of Condado, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, has an enrollment of over 800 students from pre pre-kinder to grade twelve. Instruction is mostly in English with the exception of language courses.