A Shared Journey Of Academic And Spiritual Learning.
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Welcome to St. James–St. John School
St. James–St. John School is a co-ed Catholic elementary school located in historic New Bedford, Massachusetts. We teach preschool through 8th grade and have a diverse population of two hundred and fifty students. SJSJ is governed by our pastors with the help of the principal, and is overseen by parents.
As part of the wider Christian community, we strive to teach in the spirit of Jesus Christ. We nurture a vibrant spiritual and academic life, emphasizing love and compassion for others.
As of 2012, St. James–St. John School is accredited by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges).
St James–St John School is now accepting registrations for the 2018-2019 school year for grades Preschool 3 through Grade 8. We offer a rigorous academic program rooted in gospel values.
Our program also offers weekly classes in art, music, foreign language, technology, and physical education. In addition, we offer before and after school extended care, a full-time nurse, peer tutoring, hot lunch program in a welcoming family atmosphere. We are an accredited institution by NEASC. Need based scholarship funds can be applied for through the FACE Scholarship Fund
Open House will be held on Thursday February 1st from 6-8 pm. Please contact the principal Cristina Raposo at email@example.com for more information.
September 15, 1955 – April 11, 2018 NEW BEDFORD-Former Ward 5 City Councilor Nelson M. Macedo, 62, of New Bedford, died unexpectedly Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at St. Luke’s Hospital. He was the son of the late Arnaldo C. and Laudalina (Medeiros) Macedo and former husband of Karen Coyne of Dartmouth….
Students in grade 8 are learning about the elements in the periodic table. Each student had the option to choose their element project. Some students decided to do a baby element project, where they had to create a baby book of their element depicting the element life and history. Other students chose to do a 3-d model of their element and create a brochure about their chosen element. These 8th graders did amazing job and I loved seeing their creativity shine through in their work. … See MoreSee Less