School Life

Summer Program

The Summer Program at Saint John's School fosters a continuous learning process through innovative, creative, and unforgettable experiences. Our enthusiastic faculty members provide enriching activities for strengthening skills in various core and specialty subject areas.

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  • Early Childhood Summer Program (PPK-2nd)

    Our Summer Program offers:

    • Art Discovery
    • Reading Time
    • Fine and Gross Motor Skill Activities
    • Rhythm and Movement
    • Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and, Math (STEAM) Blocks
    • Swimming Lessons
    • Fun Friday Activities
    • Field Trips (1st grade and up)
    Note: Session availability will be based on enrollment, and a full refund will be issued if a course does not meet the minimum quorum.
  • Upper Elementary Summer Program (3rd-6th)

    Our Summer Program offers:

    • Core subject areas reinforcement
    • Art Expression
    • Athletic Sessions (swimming, volleyball, basketball, indoor soccer, martial arts)  
    • STEAM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics)
    • Sailing School (Ages 7-11)   
        • Limited Spaces 
        • Weekly Program, may choose to participate in the Full Month Program
        • $450 per week
        • Includes transportation to Marling Sailing School in Ceiba, lunch, and snacks.
        • A session might be rescheduled if the minimum number of students required is not met

    • Secondary Summer Program (7th-12th)

      Our Secondary Summer Program at Saint John's will include enrichment and preparatory courses in specific areas.
      These courses are also available for non-Saint John's School students. All students will receive a portfolio upon completion of the course, including curriculum, pre, and post-course evaluations, and assessment results. 
      • Enrichment Courses 
        • Foundations of AP Science Courses and Lab workshops. Preparing for an AP course (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
        • Foundations of AP History Courses. Preparing for an AP course. 
        • Creative Writing (7th and 8th grade, Secondary Level) 
        • English Immersion Program (for Spanish as a First Language Students)
        • Spanish Immersion Program (for English as a First Language students)
        • Math Reinforcement (7th-8th grade)
        • Upper-Level Math Reinforcement (9th-12th)
      • Creative and Recreational Workshops 
        • Developing executive functions and emotions for success
        • Photography
        • Athletic Strength and Conditioning
        • Marine Science
        • Sailing School at Roosevelt Roads facilities in Ceiba
        • Plastic Arts/Music/Theater/Costume Design
        • Swimming/Basketball/Volleyball Clinics/Futsal
        • "Cook and Serve" by Alive@Saint John's School 
      Note: Course availability will be based on enrollment, and a full refund will be issued if a course does not meet the minimum quorum.

    Summer Program Coordinator

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      Mrs. Amanda Valentin 

      Science Teacher
      Universidad Ana G. Mendez Recinto de Cupey - Master's Degree
      Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Cayey - Bachelor's Degree

    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.