Applying for admissions to Pope John Paul II High School is a three-step process.
STEP 1: Visit us by scheduling a campus tour. Every interested student and family is encouraged to begin their application process by visiting the high school for a personal tour conducted by Dan Ashe, your admissions point-of-contact. You will get an in-depth behind the scenes tour that can help with your decision.
STEP 2: Complete the Online Admissions Application. The application helps JPII to measure your interest and determine which classes the prospective student may take. Our admissions team looks at academics, co-curricular interests, community involvement, and recommendations from current teachers. There is a $30 application fee (check made out to JPII and mailed to our offices; or paying with a credit card in the online admissions form).
If you have already submitted an application and need to pay your application fee you can do with our online Fee Payment Form.
STEP 3: Download and complete all supplemental Admissions Application forms. Parents should download, print forms, and sign for authorization. Then, deliver forms to have recommendations completed and sent to JPII. There are five recommendation forms that can be downloaded below.
> Recommendations from Math, Science, and Language Arts Teachers
> Recommendation from Principal or School Counselor
> Recommendation from Pastor or Minister
> Permission to Release Records (this form needs to be downloaded, printed, signed and turned into to the registrar of the current school who will produce these documents. They can be emailed via PDF, faxed or mailed to JPII).
1. Latest Report Card
2. School Transcripts
3. Standardized Test Scores
4. Accommodation Plans, if applicable
5. Immunization records
TUITION ASSISTANCE: Families interested in financial support must complete the financial aid application. FACTS is a third-party financial aid assessment company that confidentially assesses each family’s financial need and makes financial aid recommendations to the high school. Financial aid is awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis, so meeting our early application deadline is recommended.