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St. John's Journey, Annapolis

On the Annapolis campus, 500 students experience a historic college town along the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis is close to Washington, DC, with dozens of nearby museums and cultural offerings. The college was founded here in 1696, making it the third oldest college in the United States, and students embrace long-held traditions such as waltz parties, intramural sports, and the famous annual croquet match against the Naval Academy. Popular student groups include musical ensembles, community service organizations, and the college’s theatrical troupe, King William Players.

St. John’s Journey, Santa Fe

The Santa Fe campus, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, is a one-minute walk from some of the best hiking and biking trails in the United States, and a short drive to Ski Santa Fe and the world-renowned Taos Ski Valley. Santa Fe is also home to more than 250 art galleries, great food, and live music. Nearly 500 Johnnies embrace the stunning natural environment and rich cultural heritage of New Mexico while reading great books on the placita, hiking 12,000-foot mountains, sculpting in the pottery studio, acting with the theater group Chrysostomos, competing in archery tournaments, or socializing in the coffee shop.

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