To provide a Catholic secondary education within a challenging academic, spiritual and co-curricular environment that develops young men and women who are intellectually strong, spiritually alive and committed to service.
Pope John Paul II High School will nurture and challenge every student to be
transformed for a lifetime of courageous leadership and service through discovery and
development of their God-given gifts.
JPII by the Numbers
> 145 Graduates as of 2021Every student is loved at JPII, every student is met where they are and nurtured.
> 90% have gone on to college
> Of those, 63% have chosen faith-based college
> Graduates have received over $22 million in merit-based scholarships
> More than 10,000 hours of service given to the community and those in need
And they have supported one another every step of the way.
in Eagle athletics
take more than
three years of science
take four years
serve 80 hours with the poor
throughout our community
in the arts
of students were awarded
merit-based scholarships to colleges nationwide
“When you wonder about the mystery of yourself, look to Christ, who gives you the meaning of life. When you wonder what it means to be a mature person, look to Christ, who is the fulfillment of humanity. And when you wonder about your role in the future of the world look to Christ.”Pope John Paul II
Grad at Grad
This short phrase encompasses a broader concept called “the graduate at graduation.” It is the pathway we follow to guide our students along their learning journey. Far more than academics, it is a holistic, Catholic approach to developing the mind, body, and spirit of each student throughout their experience at Pope John Paul II High School. Click to see the Grad at Grad document.
The Western Catholic Educational Association is a private educational accrediting agency established under the auspices of the Bishops of the Catholic (Arch) Dioceses of California. The mission of WCEA is to promote quality Catholic education for students in our member elementary and secondary schools through an accrediting process that assures the primacy of faith formation and educational excellence.