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St. John’s College High School National Letter of Intent Signing

St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C., established in 1851, is the second oldest Catholic Christian Brother’s school in the United States, and the oldest JROTC school. The St. John’s Cadets play in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) which includes DeMatha and Gonzaga to name a few. Read More…


St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C., established in 1851, is the second oldest Catholic Christian Brother’s school in the United States, and the oldest JROTC school. The St. John’s Cadets play in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) which includes DeMatha and Gonzaga to name a few. Four lacrosse players signed National Letters of Intent this week. Two are matriculating to DI at Robert Morris University while the other two will be playing DIII.

JT Oliver – Senior Attack, Damascus, MD. University of New England
Ryan Fornatora – Senior Captain, Midfielder, Damascus, MD. Robert Morris University
Warren Lea – Senior Defender, NW, Washington, DC. Robert Morris University
Alex Washington – Senior Midfielder, Lanham, MD. Washington College

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