SJA led the state on the UVM Annual Prize Math Examination again this year.
St. Johnsbury Academy seniors were recognized for the quality of their Senior Capstones at the first annual Capstone Honors Reception at the Burke Mountain Hotel and Conference Center.
Math students earned the highest cumulative score in the state of Vermont for the 2018/19 school year in the annual New England Mathematics League competition for the second year in a row.
Fifteen St. Johnsbury Academy students won five gold, five silver medals, and one bronze medal at the Vermont SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Competition.
SJA Senior Hanzhang "Carlos" Yu of China placed first in the U.S. in the MathCON competition last weekend in Chicago, Illinois.
Jianing Wu of Hangzhou, China, was named valedictorian for the SJA Class of 2019; Jen Rotti and Lia Rotti of Danville, Vermont were named co-salutatorians.
The SJA Chess team won the Vermont State Scholastic Chess Championship for the second year in a row.
This year's Commencement Speaker will be Lee Hackett, member of the SJA Board of Trustees since 1985, former President and Treasurer of the SJA Board, and retired executive vice president of American Appraisal Associates, Inc.
Two members of the Class of 2018, Annie Danielson and Emma Forster, received perfect scores on the AP Research exam they took in May 2018.
SJA Sophomore Scarlett Wu won the Annual Vermont Archaeology Month High School Paper Contest held by the Vermont Archeology Society, taking home a price of $500.
St. Johnsbury Academy science students recently placed first in the Vermont State Science Olympiad at The University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont.
The St. Johnsbury Academy Robotics Team "Tech Storm" and the Red Alliance defeated 35 teams from across New England to win the FIRST Robotics New England Regional District Competition in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
Four math students from St. Johnsbury Academy were invited to attend MathCON 2019 Finals Day on April 27, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.
St. Johnsbury Academy Fine Arts students won a total of 50 regional art awards in this year's 2019 Scholastic Art Awards.
Assistant Head at St. Johnsbury Academy Beth Choiniere has been accepted to the prestigious National Association of Independent Schools Fellowship for Aspiring School Heads. According to NAIS, "The fellowship is offered to support the professional development of exceptional and qualified individuals in independent schools who demonstrate excellence in leadership, a passion for their work, and aspiration to become a head of school. This program is unique within the independent school community and among the best leadership development in the country."
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