JPII at a Glance
Opened: September 2010
Inaugural Class: 20 freshmen and sophomores from diverse communities in the South Puget Sound.
Enrollment, September 2018: 94 students.
Student-to-teacher ratio: 13:1
One-to-one tablet laptop program
Promethean interactive whiteboard technology integrated in every classroom
College planning through Naviance
Portrait of a JPII Student
100% of students give 80 hours of community service prior to graduation
58% of students receive financial aid
37% of students come from ethnically diverse backgrounds
69% of students take more than three years of science
76% of students are involved in athletics and 63% co-curriculars
63% of students are involved in the arts
58% of students are on the honor roll
Athletics: volleyball, basketball, baseball, fast pitch, cross country, cheerleading, track and field
Co-curriculars: history bowl and knowledge bowl teams, robotics club, student government, Imagine Tomorrow, drama, FBLA
Course Offered: 13 honors courses, 4 AP classes, 40 Online elective courses offered
Of JPII's 72 graduates, four are National Merit Commended Students, one is a National Merit Finalist, and one is a National Merit Scholar.