A safe, respectful
and welcoming environment.

Support and homework help
by other students.

Develop a sense of independence & responsibility.

Great leisure activities: sports, art, relaxation or cinema.

Flexible options:
full boarding, overnight stays or flexi-boarding.

Member of Inspired, a global premium private school group.


Become a part of our
boarding family


In Shannon House on the St. John’s campus, our boarders are welcomed by Fernan and Annafe Malinab, our boarding house parents. They provide the care and support for boarders of every age: from help with homework to leisure activities and duties to keep the boarding house spick & span. Boarders at St. John’s are a part of a wonderful community in which they learn to be themselves, to become independent and to live with others. An invaluable experience, and a great foundation for their further lives.


Meet the boarding house parents,
Fernan and Annafe Malinab



Become a part of our boarding family


Want to know more about life as a boarder at St. John’s? Download the Boarding Handbook for new boarders here.



Designed to make life easier, for students and for parents.


St. John's International School offers a wide range of boarding options to suit every need and every household.


  • FULL BOARD: boarding for seven days a week during term time.
  • WEEKLY BOARDING: your children will join our boarding family from Monday to Friday during term time.
  • REGULAR OVERNIGHT STAYS: book an overnight stay on set days of the week.
  • AD HOC / FLEXIBOARDING: if you need to travel for work or have a family commitment, you can book ad hoc nights in the boarding house (with advance notice).
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