St. John The Baptist D.H.S. Seeks Support

St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School is seeking support during Catholic Schools Week. Jan. 28 , 2020 marks the annual Day of Giving to Catholic Schools. St. John’s exists and thrives because of the community’s investment of time, resources and financial support.

Last year, the school accomplished:

• Introduction of “Project Lead the Way,” a program that enables students to dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science and engineering standards to hands-on projects

• Partnership with Good Samaritan Medical Center to add classes for students interested in a career in the medical field. This partnership will also include scholarships to be awarded at our 2020 graduation

• Renovations and upgrades have been made to both the Chapel and Lace Lecture Hall

• New electronic sign is a reality along Montauk Highway

St. John’s objective in the coming year is to boost enrollment, add additional classes to their curriculum and continue to upgrade its facilities. In order to continue to provide a first-rate Catholic education, St. John’s is asking the community to visit its website (www.stjohnthebaptistdhs.net) on Jan. 28, for instructions on how to contribute $20 for ’20.

—Submitted by St. John The Baptist D.H.S.

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St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School is seeking support during Catholic Schools Week. Jan. 28 , 2020 marks the annual Day of Giving to Catholic Schools. St. John’s exists and thrives because of the community’s investment of time, resources and financial support.

Last year, the school accomplished:

• Introduction of “Project Lead the Way,” a program that enables students to dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science and engineering standards to hands-on projects

• Partnership with Good Samaritan Medical Center to add classes for students interested in a career in the medical field. This partnership will also include scholarships to be awarded at our 2020 graduation

• Renovations and upgrades have been made to both the Chapel and Lace Lecture Hall

• New electronic sign is a reality along Montauk Highway

St. John’s objective in the coming year is to boost enrollment, add additional classes to their curriculum and continue to upgrade its facilities. In order to continue to provide a first-rate Catholic education, St. John’s is asking the community to visit its website (www.stjohnthebaptistdhs.net) on Jan. 28, for instructions on how to contribute $20 for ’20.

—Submitted by St. John The Baptist D.H.S.

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