About John Paul II High School

 

School History

John Paul II High School (JPIIHS) opened in 2005 with 303 students.

In October 2005, Theodore Edgar Cardinal McCarrick, Ph.D., Archbishop of Washington, celebrates the first mass in the St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel.

In May 2007, JPIIHS celebrated its first graduating class.

In September 2008, JPIIHS dedicates its Athletic Complex (track & field).

In 2009, JPIIHS celebrated its first four-year graduation class.

In 2012, JPIIHS opened the East Sports Complex.

JPIIHS currently has 786 students enrolled with a capacity for 1,200.

School Snapshot

John Paul II High School is an exceptional place of learning, dedicated to providing a superior spiritual, academic, athletic, and artistic experience in a competitive college preparatory environment and committed to creating Catholic leaders. John Paul II High School students are college bound, focused and ready to make an impact at both the local and global levels.

John Paul II High School's college preparatory curriculum is a rigorous four-year program designed to foster the highest level of readiness, preparing students for their next step in the continuous education process.

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