Why School House Media Productions?

sjspr.radio Productions

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  • Voices of SJS

    This podcast seeks to convert individual virtual connections into a communal space where diverse members of Saint John’s School freely express and share what they have been thinking and doing since launching sjspr.radio in 2019. Lean in close to hear the voices of our community speak out about what matters most to them.
  • Senior Talk

    We've created a space where our soon-to-graduate Seniors can share a bit of what they are experiencing during their last year at Saint John's School. Senior Talk is recorded from our studio. Our goal is to record as many Seniors as possible throughout their final year with us. 
  • Teachers in One Word

    Teachers in One Word is an sjspr.radio tribute to the cult of pedagogy. It features one-on-one conversations with members of our staff and faculty and zooms in on the life experiences that have shaped who our educators are both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Good Night Little Hurricanes

    Good Night Little Hurricanes is produced by sjspr.radio at Saint John’s School in San Juan, Puerto Rico. These bedtime stories are for everyone, especially our young emergent readers.
    Created during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, this series is all about who is reading you the story. That’s right!
    Our stories feature the voices of people from our very own school community. It is a way to take familiar Saint John’s School voices home with you. Best of all you can also borrow the storybook from our Elementary School Library to follow along with the audio or read on your own!
  • Foreign Films for Kids

    Elementary students from Saint John’s School in Puerto Rico take an afterschool radio podcast workshop where they watch foreign films that feature stories about children from different countries and cultures. After analyzing and discussing it, they co-host a film review to tell us about it, rate it and share their respective recommendations.
  • In Goddess We Trust

    sjspr.radio and Saint John’s School student, Adelaida Siaca-Ortiz (Class of 2025), co-produce this commentary series on the state of women in Puerto Rico and the World. It covers the origins of patriarchy, and its ongoing repercussions on women’s rights highlighting different aspects of the female experience and what it means to be a woman in the 21st Century.
  • 100 Years 100 Voices

    Join us as we pay tribute to our centenary institution with interviews of our alumni sharing their Saint John's School stories.

  • Thinking Ahead

    With the purpose of initiating conversations about salient issues in education and the Saint John’s School Community this series is co-produced with members of our administrative team, staff and faculty. It welcomes all SJS leaders and educators who are vested in our school’s future and continued development.

  • Silent Films

    Silent Films was conceived and produced as an exploratory elective for 5th Grade students who partook in the School Enrichment Model clusters. Students worked in small teams to complete all the pre-production and production tasks: script writing, storyboards, casting, location scouting, direction, acting, sets and costumes.
All production content for sjspr.radio stems from our school community and its dynamic socio-educational learning environment. 
sjspr.radio’s mission to create media for and by its school community constituents, is scaffolded by all the ways human communication modes are present at Saint John’s. 
Be it via the classroom, school events and activities, audio/visual platforms, print publications, digital devices, social media or more, sjspr.radio recognizes the potential stories embedded within every one of those venues.
But most importantly, School House Media Productions upholds the media literacy tenets that ensure our sjspr.radio media content embodies the Saint John’s School’s strategic communications goals of excellence, values, and community. 

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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.