Address
2401 Claremont Ln
Houston, TX 77019
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Telephone
(713) 850-0222
Organization Memberships
NAIS

School Details

Grades
K-5
Students
353
Student-Teacher Ratio
10:1
National
16:1
Full-Time Teachers
36
Part-Time Teachers
2

Tuition

Yearly Tuition
$27,545
Tuition is for the highest grade offered and may have changed for the current school year. For more information, please contact the school.
Received Financial Aid
Average Financial Aid
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Students

Students
353
Gender
  • Female
    51%
  • Male
    49%
Student Diversity
  • White
    83.3%
  • Asian
    8.8%
  • African American
    4%
  • Hispanic
    3.7%
  • Multiracial
    0.3%
  • Native American
    0%
  • Pacific Islander
    0%

St. John's School Reviews

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St. John's faculty are super engaged, hands on, and truly passionate about what they are teaching. They seem to genuinely care about every student. They are available to simply talk to whether you need help to understand a concept or are having a bad day. Similarly, the students are almost all just as engaged and interested in what they are learning. I do have some comments/complaints. The school and the students at the school have A LOT of money that is used for the most boujee things imaginable. 10 thousand dollars on cookie cake? Yes. Getting too lazy to water the grass so they spray paint the lawn green? Of course! Building a new baseball field, realizing it faces the wrong way, and then rebuilding it again to make it face the other way? Yep. The school is constantly under construction building many often unnecessary buildings and fields.
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The quality and expertise of the teachers is by far the biggest advantage St. John's holds over other schools. The teachers are also friendly, caring, and always willing to help. They greatly contribute to the school culture as well, regularly attending athletic events and fine arts performances. Academically, most are very knowledgeable about their respective subjects; of course, there are a few outliers here! When it comes to teaching styles and grading, however, I have found that some teachers are not always consistent from grade-to-grade, especially in the history department. Overall, though, the teachers are what make St. John's.
The teachers here are beyond exceptional. They'll go above and beyond to make sure that you understand the material--not just have it memorized. If they means they need to stay late for a tutorial that works with your sports schedule, they'll do that.

Additionally, the faculty are incredibly knowledgeable. Dr. Raulston, our Head of Curriculum and an English and Math teacher, is qualified to teach every course offered at the school, except Mandarin. But it's not just Doc; most of the teachers here have the breadth of knowledge to teach several classes outside their specific course. The faculty aren't just a mile wide and an inch deep either; lots of them go of and do paid and published research over the summer.

Very rarely there are inconsistencies in grading, usually when grading writing, which is always subjective. Fear not! You are always free to take your work back to your teacher for clarification, or even another teacher or an Academic Dean for a second opinion.