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St. John Catholic Middle School offers a learning environment that motivates personal excellence. These are done through small class sizes that enhance the learning experience and prepare students to meet high expectations. The academics themselves meet and exceed Georgia performance standards. Along with in-class teaching, throughout the year students will have off-campus learning experiences.

‚ÄčThe curriculum in the middle school offers a weekly, year-long engagement in visual arts, foreign language, band, and computer science. Also, humanities classes are taught to promote cross-curricular learning of language, literature, religion, geography, and history. The goal is to provide an education that applies to modern times. This includes 21st-century science, math, and arts curriculum that infuses student-centered STEAM applications.




  • Soccer 
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country



  • Student Council 
  • Valdosta Youth Council 
  • Yearbook Committee 
  • Service Projects 
  • 4H
  • Stem Club
  • Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl  
  • Girls on the Run


  • Panacea, Florida Gulf Specimen Marine Lab
  • ENCORE Chambers Theatre Production
  • Valdosta State University STEAM Center
  • Tallahassee Museum and Tree to Tree Adventures
  • St. Augustine Historical Sites  
  • Turner Center for the Arts
  • Valdosta State University Symphony Orchestra
  • Lowndes County Historical Society Museum


St. John Catholic Middle School prides itself in the achievements of the students who are attending as well as attended the school.

The achievements include:

  • 95% student placement in honors high school classes
  • National placement in American Chemical Society Illustrated Poetry Contest 
  • Participation in Model United Nations Competitions
  • First place winners in the local Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl
  • Top-chair placements in district and regional honor band
  • Numerous and multi-year essay contest district - system winners
  • District and regional placement in Lowndes County 4H Consumer Judging Competition