PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN EDUCATIONAL EVENING WITH DR. RICHARD SOLOMON!
Dr. Solomon was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, educated at McGill University, Hobart College and the University of Rhode Island. He completed his postdoctoral training at Mass Hospital … Read the rest
From Cape Cod Times
HYANNIS — All 69 graduating seniors at St. John Paul II High School were born in this millennium.
“So you live in a world that we didn’t,” said Christopher W. Keavy, the school’s president, during Monday … Read the rest
This year’s JFK Hyannis Museum Essay Contest produced two winners from nearly seventy entries; both grads of JPII and SFXP!
Sadie O’Conor JPII ’18/SFXP ’14 and Jack Manning JPII ’18/SFXP ’14 read their winning essays at a recent meeting of … Read the rest
At St. John Paul II High School, the safety of our students is our priority.
In order for us to keep our students safe, we will implement a new drop off and pick up system for every student in every … Read the rest
May 9, 2018
Feast of St. John of Avila
Dear JPII & SFXP Parents,
Due the addition of St. Margaret Regional School to our current 5-12 school and in consultation with the Diocesan Superintendent, I am pleased to announce the … Read the rest
Nineteen students from JPII and SFXP had their work selected to be entered into the 2018 Classroom Times.
Fourteen were selected as winners and their work was published.
The cover of the 2018 Classroom Times featured two students’ work.… Read the rest
John Greer, son of Roman and Nicole Greer and a junior at St. John Paul II High School, has earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. On average, approximately one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the … Read the rest
With smaller school populations and smaller class sizes, Catholic schools also provide familiarity and structure for students, said Joyce Allison-Saucier, principal of St. Margaret Regional School, a Fall River Diocesan school that educates students from preschool through Grade 8.
“The … Read the rest
So asked the Cape Cod Times this past Sunday (“Tech grads eyed to meet local demands,” page 1). Frequently, when the Cape Cod Times publishes Cape-wide education stories, private schools are not included in the conversation (e.g., “What’s new for … Read the rest
Congratulations, Michael Carlowicz, 2017 National Merit Commended Student!
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced that Michael is among the top 50,000 of more than 1.6 million students who took the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test last year.
Michael is the … Read the rest