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NEURO-DIVERSITY “THE BRAIN AND HOW YOUR CHILD LEARNS”


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 …

Student-Athletes Help Lead JPII Girls’ Lacrosse


The Lions have a great deal of depth up and down the line-up with seventh and eighth graders who have been called up to the team from neighboring St. Francis Xavier School also making contributions. “Having the chance to have …

Richly Deserved


Longtime friend, Board member, SFXP & JPII parent, and community leader Steve Tenaglia has been named “The Board Member of the Year” by The Association of Catholic Admissions and Advancement Professionals (ACAAP). Steve will be honored at ACAAP’s Spring Conference, …

Swimmers Form Tight Bond


Through recent years, the St. John Paul II swimmers have created the unique motto which has appeared on t-shirts – “Our family versus your team.”

In sheer numbers, they fall far shy of many of the larger teams they compete …

Both Winners of JFK Museum Essay Contest from SFXP/JPII


This year’s JFK Hyannis Museum Essay Contest produced two winners from nearly seventy entries; both grads of  SFXP and JPII!

Sadie O’Conor SFXP ’14/JPII ’18 and Jack Manning SFXP ’14/JPII ’18 read their winning essays at a recent meeting of …

Administrative Changes Announced


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 …

SFXP and JP2 Students’ Submissions Earn Top Awards


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.…

Cape’s Catholic Schools Stress Kindredship, Spiritual Dimension


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 …