St. John the Baptist Catholic School Students are:
•Respect God's Creation
•Live the Catholic Faith
•Honor Catholic Traditions
Critical Thinkers who…
Responsible Citizens who…
•Demonstrate Leadership Skills
•Exercise Self-Respect and Self-Discipline
We believe that all students are a reflection of Jesus Christ and His teachings. Our Faculty, in collaboration with parents and parish, provide opportunities, values, and experiences that assist students in developing their full potential as contributing members of society. Our programs stimulate spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical development of students to become active persons of faith, critical thinkers, and responsible citizens.
St. John the Baptist Catholic School
is an educational ministry of St. John the Baptist Catholic Parish in Napa, California.
“St. John's has been an integral part of my family for four generations. The school was incredibly nurturing and supportive of my children and it prepared them well for high school at Justin-Siena and college at Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College. For us, St. John's has been a wonderful family tradition and I look forward to seeing many future generations reap the benefits that we have over the past 100 years.”Caroline (Bettencourt) GerlomesAlumni, class of 1975
“"I graduated from Justin-Siena High School this past May with Honors and a GPA average of 4.0. I am currently a first-year student at Saint Mary’s College of California in Moraga, majoring in Justice, Community, and Leadership. I am a part of the Teachers For Tomorrow Program, in hopes of achieving my dream of becoming a teacher upon graduation. I thank my St. John’s family for showing me the way and letting me know that I was able to accomplish these achievements!”Esmeralda TellezAlumni, class of 2014
“When I was a student at St. John's, I didn't necessarily notice the diverse student body. It wasn't until I was enrolled in a Multicultural Counseling class that I realized how amazing it was that my childhood was spent in the midst of so much diversity. I wanted my children to attend St. John's for numerous reasons, but one of the biggest was that their experience with diversity would teach them how to be compassionate and accepting people who treasure the differences among people in addition to always looking for the underlying similarities that exist among us.”Jill SinclairAlumni, class of , and Parent