Applying for admissions to Pope John Paul II High School is a simple online process.
STEP 1: Visit us by scheduling a campus tour.
Interested students and families are encouraged to begin their admissions process by visiting the high school for a personal tour conducted by John Grossman, your admissions point-of-contact. You will get an in-depth tour that can help with your decision.
STEP 2: Apply online.
Once you are ready to apply, start the online application below. If you don’t have a computer, call the office and we will arrange a solution to get your information into our system.
The Student Application for Admission and the Financial Assistance Application must both be completed by December 31, 2022 to be considered for Fulcrum Tuition Assistance (the foundation supporting Catholic education in our Archdiocese). All applications for financial assistance after December 31 will only qualify for limited JPII financial assistance.
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.
Prior to entry, attendance or transfer to a Category 1 Catholic pre-school through high school in the Archdiocese of Seattle, students must present proof of having had all immunizations as required by Washington State law RCW 28A.210.060 through 28A.210.170. Every student enrolled in a Category 1 Catholic School in the Archdiocese of Seattle shall be immunized against vaccine preventable diseases caused by infectious agents in accordance with the immunization schedule adopted by the Washington State Department of Health Services. The only exception to the foregoing requirements for students in our Catholic schools is a medical exemption signed by a licensed professional (M.D., N.D., D.O., ARNP, or PA.) authorized to practice in the State of Washington, including the physicians license number.