St. John the Evangelist School 

is a private school based on Christian values drawing on the Orthodox Christian tradition and teaching. The school was created on the initiative of the parishioners of the St John the Baptist Church in Nõmme, Tallinn.

The school opened in September 2013 with 34 first grade students (one class for boys and one for girls). Eventually, with new intake of first-graders, the school will grow into a school of general education covering grades 1-12 (age 7-18). 

Admission takes place on the basis of a registration list and an interview with the students and parents. St John's School welcomes families from a variety of faith traditions as well as those with no denominational affiliation. There is no requirement for the students to be baptised. However the teaching of the school is anchored in the Orthodox Christian Faith. 

St. John the Evangelist School provides teaching in Estonian.

Parents pay a tuition fee of 1100 euros/year.