Athletics Overview


Saint John's School's athletic department promotes interscholastic sports as early as first grade, in order to be consistent with the school's academic mission. Athletics are played with purpose and perspective, where young athletes develop the discipline needed to be strong leaders.

Select A Team Below:

The Code of the Hurricane:

I represent my school, my team, and my fellow students with dignity, both on and off the court.

Meet the Staff

List of 8 members.

Upcoming Games

Neutral

2nd meet @ St. Regis

League
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League Game

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Saint Francis School
Playing Fields - GYM
Away

League Game

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Colegio San Jose
Away

League Game

League
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Mater Salvatoris
Home

League Game

League
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Colegio San Jose (Río Piedras)
Playing Fields - Parque La Merced
Away

League Game

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Colegio Católico Notre Dame
Colegio Notre Dame
Away

League Game

League
vs.
Mater Salvatoris
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Saint Francis School
Playing Fields - GYM
Away

League Game

League
vs.
Colegio San Jose (Río Piedras)
Colegio San Jose
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Colegio Rosabell
Playing Fields - GYM
Home

League Game

League
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Colegio Rosabell
Playing Fields - GYM
Neutral

Championship

League
American Military Academy
Away

League Game

League
vs.
Mater Salvatoris
Away

League Game

League
vs.
American Military Academy
American Military Academy
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Colegio Católico Notre Dame
Playing Fields - Parque La Merced
Away

League Game

League
vs.
Saint Francis School
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Colegio Maristas
Playing Fields - GYM
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Mater Salvatoris
Playing Fields - GYM
Home

League Game

League
vs.
Colegio San Jose (Río Piedras)
Playing Fields - GYM

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.