Astoria, NY, 11105
Principal: William A. Higgins
Average Class Size: 28
Extracurricular Activities: Art, Band, Computer, Cultural Clubs, Dance, Drama, Environmental Awareness, Glee Club, Literary Magazine, National Honor Society, Newspaper, Poetry Workshop, Photography, Robotics, Science Olympiad, St. Vincent de Paul, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Softball, Volleyball, Track, Cheerleading, Weight Training and Conditioning
Open House Date: Saturday, October 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Admissions Director: Veronica Loehle (718) 721-7200 ext 699
Percent of Seniors Attending College: 99
Top 2017 Seniors Attending: St. John’s University, Columbia University, Manhattan College, Fordham University, St. Francis College, Georgetown, Cornell University, St. Joseph’s College, Hofstra, Pace University, Iona College, New York University, CUNY, SUNY, Hunter College, Baruch College, Stony Brook, Queens College, Pratt Institute
Most 2017 Seniors Attending: St. John’s University, St. Francis College, PACE University, Hunter College, Queens College, Iona College, CUNY
College Credit Courses: Calculus, Biology, English Language and Comprehension, English Literature, Spanish, American History, European History, World History, Statistics, Physics, Psychology
Admissions Requirements: Grade Average, TACHS Score, Special Test
School Motto: That they may have life more abundantly.
What makes St. John's Prep a Top High School? St. John’s Preparatory School is dedicated to promoting academic excellence and to instilling the principles and values of the Catholic Faith in a positive, nurturing environment.
Inspired by its Vincentian tradition, St. John’s Prep, established in 1870, is built upon the profound respect for every individual. A vigorous academic curriculum, an engaging spiritual program, meaningful service experiences, and extensive extracurricular opportunities establish a strong foundation for life.
Students from St. John’s Prep may attend St. John’s University during their senior year through a unique SJP/SJU Baccalaureate Program.
Retreat Program through all four years helps students to further develop values to guide their life after graduation. Performing Arts Program engages students as writers, actors, dancers, designers, directors, musicians, singers and technicians.