Students at St. John Chrysostom receive a traditional elementary school education with an emphasis on reading, writing and mathematics. Teachers are encouraged to engage children through creative teaching styles, igniting their curiosity and imaginations. All of the curriculum meets the guidelines and requirements set by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Department of Catholic Schools.
At the end of each report card period, students may be eligible for honorary recognition according to the following:
Academic Honor Roll
Students in grades 4-8 who have a B+ average (3.3) in major subject areas and above
average conduct and effort
Students with outstanding performance in both conduct and effort
Students who are strong supporters of school rules and activities.
The California Junior Scholarship Federation is a statewide organization founded for the purpose of fostering high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship.
Membership is available to 7th and 8th grade students who meet both grade point and citizenship requirements as outlined in the CJSF Constitution.
Student of the Month
Students must maintain at least average grades and are outstanding in meeting the criteria set up by the teachers. Each month the students are made aware of the virtue to practice. Each class will feature one student per month. Every student will have an equal opportunity to qualify, because the criteria are not based on academics or athletic ability.