What Principals' are Saying About St.
John's University School of Education Graduates...
Assistant Principal at IS 171, Brooklyn,
indicates 5 STJ teachers have been hired in the past five years at
his school:“All candidates from St. John’s have always come to
us very well prepared. St. John’s students have always displayed
the highest qualities of professionalism. They are serious
learners, ready to take feedback and try to implement suggestions
for growth in the profession.”
Principal of MS 216, Queens, indicates 4 STJ
teachers have been hired in the past five years at his
school:“My STJ grads were all student teachers in my school.
They are all hard workers and professional.”
Assistant Principal at P 177Q, indicates 3 STJ
graduates have been hired as full-time teachers at his
school:“Overall, I find St. John’s student teachers far above
average in all areas.”
Principal of the Nassakeag School in
Setauket, summarizes the skills of 3 STJ grads hired in
her school:“All of the St. John’s students have been highly
professional and eager to become involved in the professional
Principal of PS/IS 102, Queens, comments on one
of the STJ teachers working full-time at his school:“[Our
teacher from St. John’s] is constantly augmenting his knowledge
base and pedagogical practices. He consistently exhibits exemplary
teaching skills and effective class management techniques. He is an
asset to PS/IS 102. I am fortunate to have him on my
PS 60: The Woodhaven School, asserts that "St.
John's University trains teachers very well and graduates come in
prepared with a certain skill set; they know how to speak to
parents and they know how to speak to students, and their
professors helped prepare them to succeed as educators of the
public school system."