St. John School celebrated its 116th Commencement this past week on June 6, 2013 with the graduation of 10 students. Principal Karen McLaughlin congratulated the graduates as they were presented their diplomas in Sacred Heart Church. We are proud to announce our GRADUATING CLASS OF 2013!
Diplomas were presented to the following students: Jordyn Amoroso, Issac Cook, Isabella Del Peschio, Anna Foti, Alyssa McGrath, Nolan McLaughlin, Rose Pfeiffer, Michael Pittore, Danielle Sheehan and Sean Wrenn.
The class of 2013 will be attending the following schools:
- Arlington Catholic – Issac Cook, Isabella Del Peschio
- Malden Catholic – Nolan McLaughlin, Michael Pittore, Sean Wrenn
- The Newman School – Rose Pfeiffer
- Pope John XXIII – Jordyn Amoroso
- Revere High – Anna Foti
- St. Mary’s – Alyssa McGrath, Danielle Sheehan
In addition to receiving diplomas, academic scholarships were given to the students. The students receiving scholarship awards were:
- Knights of Columbus, Council 1513, Father Frederick Bailey Scholarship – Jordyn Amoroso, Michael Pitorre
- Stephen Barker and Rosaria Pace Scholarship (Donated by Joseph Pace in memory of his nephew Stephen Barker and his mother Rosaria) – Isaac Cook, Alyssa McGrath, Danielle Sheehan, Sean Wrenn
- St. Anthony Society-Father Michael Ciullo Memorial Scholarship – Jordyn Amoroso, Isabella Del Peschio
- Robert De Christoforo Memorial Scholarship – Nolan McLaughlin
- Nichols Award-North End Library – Michael Pittore, Rose Pfieffer
- Mary Dorothea Devereaux Character Award is presented to a student based on the student’s growth and development of character while at St. John School – Anna Foti
- Principal’s Award for Academic Excellence – Rose Pfieffer
CONGRATULATIONS 8th Grade Graduates – We are very proud of your accomplishments and wish you academic success in high school!
About St. John School
St. John School is a private Catholic elementary school serving grades K3-8 and is located in Boston’s historic North End, Massachusetts. Since 1873, it has touched the lives of generations of children in the heart of a dynamic city. Reaching beyond the border of a storied neighborhood, St. John School serves students from all backgrounds and from all parts of Boston and beyond. The school cherishes the diversity of its student body and takes full advantage of the cultural and educational resources of an urban setting.