We offer 8-man military school football, and we compete with other private and public schools in the area. Our goal is to teach skills that help a student athlete learn how to win in football and in life.

Students gain valuable real-world science and engineering skills, while also developing leadership and communication skills working together on projects.

Wrestling is a sport that lets the individual prove his worth by carrying his own weight as it is classified as both a team sport and an individual sport. There is a great deal of camaraderie developed as the wrestlers help each other to become better athletes.

The school weight training program is open to all Cadets and offers both strength and fitness training, supervised by our experienced weight instructors.

The season begins with athletes working through conditioning exercises and undergoing a refresher course on the basics for singles and doubles play.

Soccer is a successful sport at St. John’s with enthusiastic support from the corps. In order to promote a cohesive, well-developed team, it is very important that prospective soccer players attend the SJMS Training Camp.

The rifle range in the basement of the Steven’s Center utilizes twelve firing points and is considered to be a world class facility. Team members practice self control of holding as perfectly still while controlling their breathing, requiring much self discipline and dedication.

The music program, under the direction of Wendy Stein, gives Cadets the opportunity to participate in a variety of musical ensembles.

The coaching philosophy is to practice to become better players while focusing on golf etiquette and knowledge of golf rules.

The Cross Country team gives Cadets an introduction to healthy, mature running by teaching runners about economy of motion, the biomechanics of proper technique (proper strike pattern, stride angle, etc.), nutrition, and racing strategy.

CAP Cadets receive training in Air Force Leadership, Aerospace Education, Character Development, and Emergency Services. They may also earn the opportunity for activity, flight and college scholarships. More than 10% of the Air Force Academy Cadets get their start as Civil Air Patrol Cadets.

The Chapel Choir leads the music in the community worship services. They inspire and encourage the congregation through worship services. Membership is voluntary, and their service is rewarded by a ribbon and chord to wear on their uniform.

St. John’s Military School boasts one of the very first Boy Scout Troops in the nation. The BSA program at SJMS focuses on citizenship as it relates to community, our nation and the world.