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You Make a Difference

Your support provides the necessary resources for each student to nurture his or her talents on their personal journeys to becoming adults of character, compassion, and conscience in the spirit of St. John Paul II.

Your gift, large or small, makes an immediate impact on St. John Paul II High School students. These deserving young men and women, in turn, make that same positive impact in family, civic and Church life. Your support of St. John Paul II High School today is an investment in the values and vision our leaders will have tomorrow.  See our 2019-2020 Annual Report here.


Mr. Christopher Keavy and Mr. Richard Sullivan

Christopher Keavy photo
Mr. Christopher Keavy

Mr. Richard Sullivan
Board Chair

"This is a well-run school that offers the ability to make friends and teach my son the importance of respecting others.  We couldn’t be happier with the decision for our son to attend JPII."

Tim Adams parent, '24

"The academics and communication from JPII is like no other. We are EXTREMELY satisfied with the education that our child is receiving at this amazing school. The faculty and staff are above anything we could have imagined.  My son loves the school and is thriving academically, socially, and religiously. The BEST decision we ever made.  Teachers are like no other, AMAZING!"

Jen Lenau parent, '23

“Among the constant barrage of decisions and financial obligations in raising children, choosing SFXP and JPII has turned out to be the easiest.”

Boyle family
Dr. & Mrs. James Boyle

"Catholic education gives our students and families a better perspective in life, not only academically, but in honesty, faith, and love of neighbor."

Viviane Almeida
Viviane Almeida

"Never fully appreciated all the good things at JPII when I was there, in the moment. When I graduated and came to college, I truly saw all they had done for me not only in the classroom but out of it.  I learned a lot within my short time there.  I learned things that not only prepared me for education, but life itself."

Alexa Carr ‘15
2020 Return-to-School PlanLearn More