A Message from our Leadership

Welcome to Pope John Paul II High School! For more than a decade I have been blessed to help nurture south sound students through adolescence into young adulthood. As our school has matured, an incredible culture of community has developed. JPII students are challenged to reach their full potential—academically, socially and spiritually—and they are supported... read more

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Nathan Miller and Catelin King have both received the prestigious 4-year Air Force ROTC College Scholarship which can cover $200,000 to $250,000 in tuition. Catelin remembers randomly opening her email and seeing “Congratulations” under the Air Force email heading. In reflection she said, “I’m grateful to the help that JPII provided in preparing me for […]

Our girls basketball team has won the WIAA/Gesa Credit Union Academic State Champions Award for achieving the highest grade point average in the girls 1B basketball classification. The season was made all the sweeter in that the team qualified for Districts for the first time in school history. Coach Caiti Schmitz was very pleased that the […]

In December, we launched a contest to engage our student body and community in creating our very own custom JPII school logo. From multiple entries, the design from Catelin K. ’23 was chosen. The new JPII Eagle logo, designed by Catelin and formatted by Lauryn Johnson ’20, conveys pride, strength, spirit, excellence and truth. On […]

Each Archdiocesan High School received an invitation to attend a special dinner in Seattle for Senior Class leaders. Students had an opportunity to meet and mingle with other high leaders in our Archdiocese which provided a wonderful sense of solidarity for all. After dinner, Luke C. 23′ of JPII, and other representatives from each school gave a short reflection on how […]

Along with other Seattle Archdiocesan Catholic schools, Pope John Paul II High School was recently featured on “EWTN News in Depth” for their participation in the Catholic Lifesaver Corps (CLC) launched last April to provide peer to peer suicide awareness and prevention within Seattle Archdiocese high schools. JPII and Archbishop Murphy High School in Everett were in […]

JPII science teacher and StellarXplorer moderator, Dr. Tracy Russell; theology teacher, Gwen Bowen; and mathematics teachers, Megan Davis and Kim Viall  were chosen to attend Notre Dame’s highly regarded seminar on Science and Religion that challenges the notion that the two disciplines are in conflict. The program is limited to forty-five participants from around the country […]