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What comes to your mind when you hear,
“St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School?” For many, it’s
fond memories of high school years that stimulated growth and development as young, caring adults who were well-versed in their
Catholic faith, to continue on their life’s journey. For some, it’s
treasured memories of a “second family” – where you were nurtured
as a St. John’s student – 24/7. For me, my connection with St. John’s
goes back some years in my ministry in Catholic education, as well as being a parent of three SJB alumni.

Now, as Principal of this wonderful place, I am a witness to all the
good that is happening each and every day - where students are
developing intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally, and where they
are challenged to discover more about God, themselves, and their
responsibilities to the world.

Below is just a sampling of the generosity and
selflessness of our students:

* Food Donations to the Gerald Ryan Outreach Center
* “Midnight Runs” to NYC to donate warm
clothing and food to the homeless
* Summer Mission trips to Peru to assist ill children
residing at La Hogar de San Francisco de Assis
* Becoming “Buddies” and welcoming students from
the Nora Cronin School for Girls to spend time at
SJB and on Long Island
* Hosting a walk in honor of Joe Cloonan, Athletic
Trainer, who passed away in July, which provided
three scholarships, as well as a donation to the
Cloonan Family

Biagio M. Arpino



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