Student’s Work

Open House at Meruya Campus

          There was a special view in Saint John Meruya on Friday, 13th September 2019. It was a big tent in our school. It turned out to be a planetarium prepared by CIMB NIAGA. The school was really merry with a lot of activities. The planetarium and my entrepreneurship experience on the second day of […]

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Saturday of the Third Week of Easter

May 11 – Saturday Saturday of the Third Week of Easter Gospel Reading: John 6:60-69 Reflection: Why do some find it easier while others find it harder to accept the claims which Jesus made? Many were attracted to Jesus because he offered them something irresistible – a visible sign of God’s mercy and favor which […]

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Welcome Back to School

  After enjoying a long holiday, it is time to come back to school. Hopefully, students are ready to come back to their daily school routine. Teachers already came back earlier and are ready to start the new adventure to the new academic year 2018 – 2019. New High School students started their school orientation […]

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May 24 – Thursday Thursday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time Reading: MK 9:41-50   Reflection: ‘Love changes everything’ is the title of a song from the musical ‘Aspects of Love’. It is love that makes the world go round despite the efforts of the musical Cabaret to convince us that it is money […]

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Language Elocution Day

“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way,” said psycholinguist Frank Smith. In today’s globally competitive world where boundaries between countries are no longer felt, the ability to speak a foreign language becomes a very crucial asset. While English is considered a must, as it is […]

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How to Deal with Gen Z?

Our young generation is the Z generation (we will call it as Gen Z), they are younger than the millennials. These Gen Z children grew up with the gadget. It is undeniable that learning through the internet is like a double-edged sword, it cut both ways. For some people, Gen Z is not separable from […]

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A Great Schüler Camp in Jogjakarta

Schüler Camp is an event which is held by Goethe Institut to unite PASCH schools in Indonesia. The Schüler Camp 2016 was my first time joining such a camp.  Under the theme 'This Is Us', the participants of the Schüler Camp 2016 gathered in Jogjakarta from November 7, 2016 to November 11, 2016.  There were […]

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A Token from an Alumnus

Underneath his silence are ideas worth sharing. He is in fact a great communicator as he makes people ‘listen’ to his words that are highly cerebral. True to George Matthew’s yearbook description in 2015, his intelligence is undeniable but he remains unassuming and humble about what he is capable of nonetheless. So it might come […]

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Proud to be Indonesians

Saint John’s students are studying foreign languages like English, German, and Mandarin. Their ability to use the language is their key into the global work force. Yet, they should always remember their own culture and be proud of Indonesian heritage. Thanks to the Event Organizer of Pekan Raya Indonesia, Saint John’s students were able to […]

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Scientia, Virtus, et Vita

While approaching the new academic year, we remember proudly our High School's alumni who gained their seats in the universities. We hope that they have built their good foundation during their school days in Saint John's Catholic School. We pray for their successful future. As stated in our school vision to provide a strong basic […]

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