When nurturing the God-given potential of every student...
Success is inevitable.
Every child shines at St. John the Evangelist School. In addition to the many opportunities for academic recognition, our students demonstrate strength of character and moral decision-making in the classroom and on the playground. We recognize those who excel in every element of the developmental process.
Reverence, Respect, Responsibility
Not only our motto, but a standard by which students gauge their actions and decisions. Every semester, an award in each category is given by the classroom teacher to the students who live out these values.
Hapeville Exchange Club Young Citizenship Award
Given monthly, the Exchange Club of Hapeville recognizes students who demonstrate the characteristics of an upstanding citizenship while at work and at play.
Noetic Learning Math Contest Medals
The Noetic Learning Math Contest is a semiannual problem solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math. The top 10% of all participants in each grade will receive 'National Honor Roll' medals. The highest scorer of each team will receive a 'Team Winner' medal.
Duke TIP Program
The Duke University Talent Identification Program is open to 4th, 5th and 6th Grade students scoring in the 95th percentile or above on one of the qualifying ITBS subtests. 7th Grade students scoring in this percentile are eligible to take the SAT or ACT test through Duke.
Chi Rho Award
The Chi Rho Award, sponsored by St. Pius X High School, is given to one student in each Catholic grade school who, in the judgment of the school's faculty, possesses the qualities of faith, determination, caring, and integrity which are needed to pursue an education to the best of one's ability.
Blessed Trinity Book Award
The Blessed Trinity Book Award is presented to a seventh grader who has excelled academically.