Wishing all our students, families, alumni, and supporters a very Merry Christmas and peace, health, and joy in the New Year! Thank you for all you did to help our students and school this year.
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Wishing all our students, families, alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and supporters a very Merry Christmas and peace, health, and joy in the New Year!
Thank you for all you did to support St. John's Prep this year.
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SJP Strong: Sharing Our Perspectives was a photography contest where all of our students could submit a photograph that expressed how things have been different in their world due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This project was an opportunity for us to come together as a community, independent of the learning format that the student is following, which cohort they may be in, or what grade they are in. This was an opportunity for everyone to share their perspective and celebrate each other's unique take on this challenging moment in history.
We have printed the thirty most unique and powerful photos, and they are currently on display here at St. John's Prep. This slideshow is the culmination of the project and a thank you to all the students who participated. Thank you for sharing your perspective with us!
Looking at all your photos helped make the challenging days of this pandemic just a little bit brighter. Thanks so much for your creativity, courage and generosity!
And a special thanks to freshman, Nicholas Mastrocola, who put the slideshow together.
And the SJP Strong Finalists are:
9th Graders 1 Jordyn Oksenstein 2 Maxim Forgione 3 Haylee Dones
10th Graders 1 Shailah Ramos 2 Isabella Gitelson 3 Reem Ismail Most Poetic Christian Tourdot "Blossoming From the Darkness"
11th Graders 1 Nicole Skouras 2 Andriana Frazis 3 George Chrisohoidis
12th Graders 1 Diwata Anika Burac 2 Brandon Tadrous 3 Yolanda Leon
Most Poetic: Ana Fernandez - "Isolation" Most Original: Alexandra Jovic- The Emotional Effect of COVID-19 The Fine Arts Photography Award- Amar Abou Hussein - Ghost Train Photojournalism Award: Robert Schantz - Black Lives Matter Year of Hope Photo: Mark Narraine- Clinging onto Hope