JPII at a Glance

Opened:  September 2010

Inaugural Class: 20 freshmen and sophomores from diverse communities in the South Puget Sound.

Enrollment, September 2017: 92 students.

Student-to-teacher ratio:  13:1

Technology Available:

  • 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.

Non-Discrimination Policy: Pope John Paul II High School admits students of any sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, or other school-administered programs.