St. John's School - Student Activities

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The co-curricular activities create opportunities to develop skills, exercise leadership, practice teamwork, and learn good sportsmanship. These activities enhance the academic program when they are carried out in an atmosphere of Christian values and when they do not interfere with academic progress. All qualified students may try out for membership in any activity. The school is committed to providing everyone a fair chance to participate. Unfortunately, not everyone who tries out can be accepted. The decision of the coach or moderator, in consultation with the principal, is final. Ordinarily, the principal will not intervene in non-selection decisions, unless the decision is arbitrary and capricious. Parents are encouraged to help their children understand that everyone cannot always be accepted.


Students may be suspended from co-curricular activities for the following reasons:


1) Academics

If a student has one F in any of the seven subject areas, s/he will be suspended from practice or performance for one week. S/he will be put on probation for three weeks. If grades do not improve during this time, the student will be suspended until the end of the quarter. If s/he receives two or more F’s in any of the seven subject areas, s/he will be immediately suspended from participation for the remainder of the grading period.


2) Behavior

If a student displays unacceptable behavior, s/he will be suspended from practice or performance for one week. S/he will be put on probation for three weeks. If the behavior does not immediately improve, the student will be suspended until the end of the quarter. The student may resume participation in the next quarter provided an improvement has been shown.