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We are proud to highlight recent JPII graduate from the Class of 2024, Kaden Harley, who was awarded the NROTC Scholarship for 2024. This marks the second consecutive year a JPII grad was awarded this prestigious honor which recognizes academic achievement, leadership potential, and commitment to serving the country.This scholarship not only covers the full […]

In early May, JPII President, Therese Allin was honored at the Soroptimist 2024 South Sound Exceptional Woman awards banquet. Therese was recognized for her commitment to service and the JPII community. Another member of the JPII community, Kim Kondrat, was honored for her service with Sacred Heart Catholic Church’s homeless shelter and outreach work.

JPII received a Niche rating of A+ this year, besting area schools! The Olympian recognizes JPII’s success in a recent article linked here. With 18 honors, AP, and college credit courses, JPII’s rigorous academics prepare students for college and career success. Niche also recognized JPII as the top school for STEM in Thurston County and […]

On Saturday, November 4, the girls cross country team for Pope John Paul II High School defended their State Championship title, winning for the 4th consecutive year. Freshman Ruby H. finishing in 19:29.10, was crowned the individual state champion for girls 1B/2B, the first JPII athlete to do so. Junior, Ariel B. placed 4th overall in a […]

JPII was recently awarded the prestigious ranking of #1 in Thurston County for private schools by Niche, a huge online database of schools and colleges in America. Niche, which has over 140 million reviews and ratings, uses an in-depth ranking system to compile its results. This #1 in Thurston County ranking is coupled with recognition […]

“Soaring Times” is a student publication, featuring articles written and edited by students of JPII. Written By Sam P. – JPII Sophomore On Monday, September 18, 2023, the Pope John Paul II High School girls volleyball team brought home yet another win. The players’ game with Quilcene was delayed by an hour-long roadblock. “We were waiting […]