Introduction to SJA

 

Saint John’s Academy (SJA),  is located on Mirzapur Road, Karchana, Allahabad. It is well-connected by rail and air—a ten-minute drive from the new Naini over bridge.
Saint John’s Academy (SJA) is a premier English-medium, multi-facility, Co-ed, Day-cum-Residential School with a separate hostel for boys and girls. Highly qualified and experienced faculty with low student-teacher ratio is a distinctive feature.
Providing education from Pre-Nursery to Class XII, Saint John’s Academy (SJA) is affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, and has at its command in-built modern infrastructure for teaching Sciences, Computer Science, Arts and Commerce. The School stands out for it spacious buildings, designed on modern environment-friendly architecture, coupled with abundant greenery all around and a vast campus to accommodate, at least, 2000 students, including 200 boarders in the School Hostels, separately located for boys and girls. An added advantage is the professionally managed school transport from the city to the Academy and back.
The other exclusive features are: lush, multi-acre campus with swimming pools, football fields, cricket grounds, basketball, tennis courts, etc.; Dramatics, dancing, karate, yoga, painting, musical instruments, crafts, adventure sports, etc., as a part of co-curriculum.

 

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After a stunning day one performance day two of the “School Concert” of Saint John’s Academy took place on 22nd November 2014. The day began with the school choir enchanting the hymn “In his time” to seek the lord’s blessings. Following up was a circus cum drama conveying and highlighting the massage “Save the Wild, Save Humanity”. Next was a mesmerizing dance by the girls of classes 9-12 signifying the need of “Women Empowerment. The audience bursted into laughter after listening to the Hasya Kavi Sammelan named “Hasgulle” which was really entertaining. The atmosphere was warmed up by an enthusiastic and passionate dance based on the theme of World Cup which showcased the intermingleness of cricket and dance choreography. “The Miracle Worker” based on the life of “Helen Keiller” was performed by students of senior classes (9-12), which touched the hearts of the audience and made them emotional. Following such an emotional act was a musical fusion “Rhythm Dwaine” “Satya Ki Jeet” was another brilliant Hindi play which showcased the attributes, of mythological characters such as “Harishchandra and Vishwamitra”. The day concluded with a light of hope as the students highlighted their talents with a shadow dance performance “Flight of Hope” followed by the school choir with a melodious hymn “Whispering Hope”. The Chief Guest addressed the audience followed by the vote of thanks proposed by the Vice-principal Dr. Z. Rizvi. In this way one of the most prominent “School Concert” in the city came to as brilliant conclusion.

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