Knowing that learning continues after students leave the building, we encourage opportunities to build life skills that align directly with our school mission and serve to develop leaders.
We are proud and honored to help each of our students develop to their full potential. Guided by faculty, staff, coaches, and volunteers, students are encouraged to pursue their interests and explore topics that build their character and cultural competency.
Beginning as freshmen, JPII students are encouraged and supported as they take on leading roles representing the school to the outside community. Here the 2017 Light & Truth Gala emcees shine.Alexandra ‘17; Katie ‘17
Traveling off-campus to the Future Business Leaders Association (FBLA) state-level competition in Spokane, WA provides opportunities to represent JPII.Connor, ’23: Stefan, ’23; Wes, ’23; Cajetan, ’23; Abby, ’23; Natalie, ’23; Cat, ’23; Hannah, ’23
As active participants in our local churches, students are involved in Life Teen, Confirmation Retreats and various opportunities to practice their faith. Here a few JPII students prepare for Mass at Camp Arnold during a winter retreat.Mark, ’20; Nora, ’23; Vivi ’23; Alaina ’23
Athletics offer students the opportunity to develop habits of excellence that will take them far beyond the playing fields. JPII teams are competitive throughout the state and our graduates have gone on to compete at all levels of the NCAA.Pictured here, JPII distance runners, Dmitry, ’18; Joe, ’21; Kobe, ’21; Jack, ’18 with Coach Larry Weber