At JPII, students fully develop their God-given potential to be – the best person, the best student, the best artist, the best writer, the best athlete, the best Christian – the very best they can be.
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Our curriculum features the traditional, liberal arts, transferable skills of reading, writing, and speaking.
We know these skills allow students to excel and lead in the wide variety of circumstances their adult lives will entail.
Through great books, public speaking, and frequent and focused writing, JPII students develop a solid foundation that will set them apart on campus and in the workplace.
More than a collection of academic subject areas, the JPII education shows and teaches Catholic theology, Church traditions and practices, prayer and moral decision-making, and the life of the Christian person in the modern world.
Evolving Areas of Study
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) study is critical, and JPII students have ample opportunity to explore these areas in courses such as AP Computer Science Principles, Principles of Engineering, AP Statistics, as well as through the full complement of traditional mathematics and science courses.
Dedicated to Excellence
St. John Paul II High School’s faculty members share a calling: to educate students in a rich tradition; to commission them to give witness to a shared vision of faith, hope, and love; and to prepare them for the world in which they will live, work, play, and pray.
They are dedicated and skilled.
And they love to teach.
The End Result
Students receive a top-notch college preparatory education where academic excellence founded on hard work and self-discipline are paramount. As a result, they are equipped to survive and thrive amidst the rigors of even the most selective universities.