Our graduates are studying, working and living in every corner of the world.
As they graduate, each student is welcomed into the Alumni Association and encouraged to remain involved in the school and to keep us informed about their latest achievements and life milestones. The school works with members of the Alumni Association to host receptions and events throughout the year to give alumni the opportunity to connect with each other and with St. John's.
Many of our alumni return to the school to say hello to their former teachers, to meet with current Grade 11 and 12 students to share their advice on their university experience so far and to volunteer their time and wisdom at our Grade 10 Career Fair. For more information about how you can get involved within the alumni community or at the school, please contact the Advancement Office at 604 732 4434 or email@example.com.
Claire is attending the University of British Columbia and is pursuing a career in TV and film. Her greatest achievement was performing live improvisation at Second City in Chicago. Claire attended St. John’s School from Kindergarten to Grade 12, making her a SJS lifer. While at St. John's, she was Head Prefect on Student Council and participated in Senior Soccer and the school musicals.
Favourite SJS Memory: In Grade 2, a student and myself were sent to the front office desk to deliver an envelope. On our way back up the stairs, a mock 'intruder drill' took place. We freaked out and ran up the stairs. As I knocked on another classroom’s door of a teacher I barely knew at the time and who didn’t teach me, she invited us in and we felt safe. Although that’s kind of a funny story, I’ve always felt like this about St. John’s: no matter who you talk to, they’re always friendly, caring, nurturing, and inviting. It’s an incredible atmosphere I wish more kids got to experience.
Hope for the Alumni Association: Since graduating, I’ve visited teachers, students, and classrooms a large amount of times. I hope that the future SJS alumni feel like they can do the same; return back to a place where the people in the school really appreciated them and can’t wait to see what they do next. Graduating high school is such a huge shift in a teenager’s life, and it only gets more exciting and challenging from that point onward. I hope everyone can feel like I do, and that SJS is their second home; always there for them.
Sheetal is the president and owner of a jewelry company, is an expert on diamonds, precious gemstones and fine jewelry and is proud to create the lifer rings for graduating students. She is also very involved in several philanthropic organizations around the world.
Cameron currently works in the investment industry with Fidelity International in London, England. He completed a degree in Middle Eastern History and Politics at Exeter University. Cameron started at St. John’s School in Grade 4 and served as Head Prefect in his final year.
Favourite SJS Memory: All of the school trips. learning about government in Ottawa, mountain biking on Vancouver Island amd skiing at Manning Park.
Hope for the Alumni Association: To encourage alumni to stay in touch with the school and each other - regardless of where they are in the world or how long ago they graduated.
Kate is a licensed teacher, as well as an animation writer specializing in foreign market ADR adaptation. She is currently pursuing further studies in Psychology at UBC. Kate attended St. John's School from 1989-1991. Her two children also attended St. John’s.
Favorite SJS Memory: The annual cross country skiing trip to Manning Park.
Hope for the Alumni Association: That it grows each year with involvement from each graduating class.
Jackson works in sales in the financial technology industry. He graduated from the UBC Sauder School of Business with a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing. Jackson was very involved with the music programme during his time at St. John’s.