How about JPII’s performance in the regional FBLA competition? Shout out to our first-year members who make up 50% of our team. They put in a great deal of work and brought home 11 of our 25 awards! This is the first time in JPII FBLA history that every participating member has qualified to compete at the state level in April, not to mention the chance to compete nationally in June! That’s right, 100% of the FBLA team is going to state competition. Let’s hear it for these amazing Eagles – WAY TO GO!
Eagles Fly High In First Meet in 15 Months!
Auburn-Adventist Race Summary | February 18, 2021, by Coach Larry Weber The team ran well on a slow and soggy course. Both teams ran extremely well from a competitive standpoint. I was proud to see the Eagles running again after 15 months away from the racecourse. Holding cross-country in the wintertime is a unique experience, […]
Catholic Schools Week 2021
Pope John Paul II celebrates Catholic Schools Week 2021.On Monday, students were involved in SERVICE by working on a variety of modified projects to help local marginalized populations.On Tuesday, we extended the lunch period to build COMMUNITY for a little groundhog day fun. The sun came out for Wednesday’s “Prayer Walk with Intention” to Sacred […]
Catholic Schools Week and Groundhog Day
When I first came to Pope John Paul II High School in January 2020, I was greeted by a professional staff who made me feel welcomed and comfortable. Of course, that’s what I expected from a Catholic school. I attended Catholic Schools from Kindergarten through twelfth grade in Baltimore, Maryland, and taught in three Catholic […]
Watch the JPII “Virtual Open House” 2021
Pope John Paul II High School successfully hosts “Virtual Open House” for incoming families interested in applying for the 2021-22 school year. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW. All interested students and families are welcome. We will have a variety of Q&A panels, a virtual tour, and a chance to see the JPII educational process in action […]
State Superintendent Chris Reykdal Nominates JPII Student for the 2021 US Presidential Scholars Program.
Joe was selected on the basis of his superior academic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in community and school activities. After competing with students at the state level, Joe has been selected as a representative for WA State. Please help us wish Joe well as he advances to the national semi-finalist round. A […]
JPII Students Interviewed in Northwest Catholic Magazine
Archbishop Etienne announced a Year of the Eucharist last summer, which began on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ on June 14, and will conclude with the same solemnity on Sunday, June 6, 2021. Mr. Hayden realized this proclamation could provide great opportunities for authentic dialogue among students as they traveled along their […]
ThurstonTalk Recognizes JPII Community Service
Senior Anna Brown Helps Promote the JPII Advantage in ThurstonTalk Anna understands that leaders take initiative. Despite many challenges, she continuously steps up to guide the JPII National Honor Society and actively leads as a contributing member of the student body. As the JPII Annual NHS Chili Drive kicked off, she recognized the obstacles that […]
Watch the Original Production of “The Santa Monologues”
The JPII performing arts class delivers again. Even when our students are learning at a distance, their creativity is boosted through the inspiration and direction of Mr. Bob McKenzie-Sullivan. This project started with a creative writing challenge whereby students created a Christmas story. The twist comes when the monologues are performed by other students in […]
Watch our Virtual JPII Experience Event
Pope John Paul II High School hosted our first “Virtual Open House” event on November 22 at 1:30 pm. Typically the “JPII Experience Event” is held in person, but this year we chose to “go virtual” to keep everyone safe.The session introduces viewers to select faculty, students, and leadership. We conduct a Q&A panel, give […]
JPII Virtual Theater Presents Edgar Allen Poe’s A Tell-Tale Heart for Halloween
Greetings from the Performing Arts Department. We present to you a seasonal favorite performed by students and faculty from JPII, with a little help from our Virtual Media Stage. As Halloween approaches, this famous work of Edgar Allen Poe sets the tone for stories, chills, and things that go bump in the night. Watch, listen, […]