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Mr. Stephen L.M. Hutchison
Head of School
B. Ed, M.Ed
Welcome to St. John’s School. Our community is diverse and views the education of our students on a global scale while instilling the attributes of understanding, compassion, diligence, and perseverance within each individual. St. John’s truly is a school that recognizes and celebrates the unique attributes of each student.
The International Baccalaureate Programme at St. John’s further enhances post-secondary opportunities for our students. IB provides programmes that focus on creative problem-solving, challenge, the acceptance of responsibility, the respect for the contributions made by others and the need for collaboration within the community. Such a programme more clearly defines the difference between a ‘schooling’ and an ‘education’. An education goes well beyond the realm of knowledge and skills. An education addresses the social, emotional, physical, intellectual and ethical advancement of each student. At St. John’s, we celebrate our cultural diversity and believe that the IB Programme will allow us to graduate confident, creative adults who recognize their place within the global community.
Throughout the 24 year history of St. John’s, we have held fast to instilling values within our young men and women which are gleaned from our four pillars of Character, Diligence, Loyalty, and Service.
I encourage you to visit our website and call the school to learn more about St. John’s. Please contact Mr. Paul Silk, Director of Admissions, at your convenience.
Mr. Stephen L.M. Hutchison
Head of School
St. John’s School is an independent, International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Grade 12. This is a milestone year for St. John’s as we are not only celebrating our 25th anniversary, but also the opening of our brand new Senior School. We are committed to inspiring academic excellence and graduating confident learners who pursue their goals with passion, integrity and respect for others within the global community.
St. John's School is a private Traditional/ academic day school in Vancouver, British Columbia. The school offers programs for grades K to 12 with enrolment of 485 day students. St. John's School has an average class size of 14 to 22 students and has a tuition cost of $13,600 to $17,800. Founded in 1986, this private school requires students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.
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