Saint John School Opens 2nd K4 Program, New K3 Slots Available and Extended Afterschool Program

St. John School “In the News”
Located in Boston’s Historic North End
9 Moon Street, Boston, MA 02113
617-227-3143 x102

St. John School Opens a 2nd K4 Program

We are now taking new registration for a 2nd K4 program.  Anyone interested in registering for K4 for the 2012-2013 school year, should call Mrs. DeLeo at 617-227-3143 x102.

New K3 program

There are presently 7 slots left for the new K3 program at St. John School commencing September 2012/2013.  The following is some information about the program:

  • Age of Entry is 2.11 years to 3.11 years
  • Must be toilet trained
  • 3 day program tuition is $6800
  • 5 day program tuition is $8000
  • Registration Fee is $300
  • Afterschool program runs from 2:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Monthly Fee is $250

If you are interested in making an appointment, please contact: Mrs. DeLeo/Admissions at 617-227-3143 x102 or Lisa Santarpio/Director of Advancement at 617-227-3143 x103 –

St. John’s Afterschool Program

Commencing September 2012 St. John School’s Afterschool Program will run from 2:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  The monthly fee will be $250.00.

One Reply to “Saint John School Opens 2nd K4 Program, New K3 Slots Available and Extended Afterschool Program

  1. When my daughter Christina was nearing her fourth birthday (she is now 31), I tried to enroll her in the Boston Public Schools K-1 program. However, because she had missed the September 1st cut-off date by a week, I was told she would have to wait another year. Fortunately, I was in an aerobics class with Margie Sarzana, a teacher at St. John School. She suggested that I speak to her principal, which I did. The principal met with Christina, determined that she was ready to start and welcomed her into the St. John’s community. She had a wonderful experience there before entering Boston Latin School in Grade 7. She was well-prepared for the rigor of BLS and she made friendships which she still maintains today. So, my suggestion to local parents (including those who have not been able to get the BPS placement they have hoped for) is – consider St. John School. And, by the way, thank you Margie Sarzana!

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