“To me, one of the most apparent contributions St. John’s has had on my career and life is the values that I was instilled with,” he says. “Those values closely mirror values of professionalism that we teach our students. Acquiring knowledge is essential, but developing professional SJS Testimonialsattitudes is just as critical to effectively serve patients and the community. These values—altruism, honesty, integrity, and respect for others—are basic elements of a Catholic school education and from a very young age, I was learning how to be a professional. I am so grateful to St. John’s, and my relationships with the faculty and my peers.”
“Not only was our daughter completely prepared for the academic vigors of Nardin Academy, but St. John’s provided a nurturing environment that rounded her inRecomendations for St. John's Kenmoreto a happy, well-adjusted, and poised young lady.”
“I was a part of a small, Catholic community full of wonderful people where I received a great education and where my faith was able to grow. To me, I had the best of both worlds. From a purely educational stand-point, St. John’s laid the foundation and trained me well for my future. I hope to instill the same values in my daughters at a young age. The people, the education, the faith, the support...it all helped shape who I have become.”
“When we transferred to St. John’s, the teachers worked to get my kids to where they needed to be…so that they could find success.”
"St. John's offers an environment where children are able to flourish both academically & spiritually. When my older children left St. John's to attend Canisius H.S. & then Boston College they were prepared & I am confident we will have the same experience next year at Nardin. St John's helps mold our children into strong Christian men & women...as parents we couldn't ask for anything more."
“We love St. John’s! Two of our children are graduates, and a third still attends St. John’s. Our older children received scholarships to Catholic high schools and were very well prepared to handle the social and academic demands of high school. Our son is at Cornell University studying engineering and physics. Our daughter is at freshman at UB studying international relations. Both are on scholarships. We know that St. John’s played a large part in their academic preparation and study skill development. Equally important, both have maintained friendships with classmates from St. John’s and continue to be involved in parish life. We are very proud of them, and very grateful for the start they got at St. John’s School.”