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About SJCP

Our 66 acre campus is located on Buckeystown Pike, MD-85, just 3.5 miles south of I-270 and 5 miles south of downtown Frederick.
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Saint John's at a Glance

Average class size is 14 with a student to teacher ratio of 9:1.


The school year is divided into two semesters that end in mid-January and early June. The school day is divided into 5-7 periods, starting at 8:00 am and ending at 2:45 pm.

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Each year, Saint John's graduates have 100% college applicant acceptance. Over $10.1 million offered in academic and athletic scholarships for the class of 2018. Graduates attend a prestigious list of colleges and universities.


SJCP Viewbook

9 Boys & 10 Girls competitive sports programs offered. SJCP participates in MIAA (boys) and the IAAM (girls) athletic conferences.

Athletic Teams

School colors are green and gold. Go Vikings!

Over 25 Clubs & Organizations

5-Year SAT Scores Comparison

Current 2017-2018 Enrollment : 298

12th Grade: 80 (36 male / 44 female)
11th Grade: 69 (39 male / 30 female)
10th Grade: 85 (39 male / 46 female)
9th Grade: 64 (28 male / 36 female)

Financial Assistance & Scholarships:

$807,500 - Total need based aid and merit scholarships
57% of students receive scholarships and need-based financial aid

Student Population:

62% Catholic / 28% Other Faiths / 10% Unknown

Demographics: 69% Caucasian, 10% Asian/Pacific Islander, 10% Multi-Racial, 6% African American, and 5% Hispanic

Where Our Students are From:

The school draws from a wide geographic area encompassing Frederick, Maryland and its surrounding counties, and the states of Virginia and West Virginia. Currently, Saint John's is hosting international students from China, South Korea, Turkey, and Vietnam.

Faculty & Staff:

50 full-time members
68% faculty members with advanced degrees (5 with Ph.D.’s)
60% Catholic / 34% Other Faiths / 6% Unknown

2016-2017 Charitable Income

Annual Fund: $151,287

Soiree: $102,710

Booster Club: $10,492

Funded 15% of expenses not covered by tuition fees