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If you are interested in being considered for a teaching position at John Paul II High School,
please begin the application process online at the Diocesan Website. If it has been more than a
year since you submitted an application, you may want to consider submitting an updated version.

Applicant Qualifications

Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and a valid Diocesan or Texas teacher certification in the appropriate subject area. Composite and multiple certifications are preferred. Teaching experience preferred along with strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, knowledge of educational processes, knowledge of effective teaching models and experience with use of technology in the classroom. Applicants wishing to teach theology must hold a degree from a Catholic university or college in Roman Catholic theology and be an active member of a Catholic parish in the metroplex. A Master's degree in theology is preferred.


Please complete the Screening Form and submit it to Human Resources. Be sure to note at the top of the form that you are requesting approval to be a volunteer. We will also need a copy or original of your Certificate from having attended the Family of Faith training program within the past 12 months. If you have had the Diocesan-approved Safe Environment Training within the last 12 months (at your parish or another school in the Diocese,) please have a copy of your completion certificate sent to us. This will expedite the processing of your documents.

Background Checks and Safe Environment Training are required for all faculty, staff, and volunteers at all Diocesan institutions. You may complete the training at your local parish.  John Paul II High School will be offering the training in both the Fall and Spring semesters.

Questions? Please send inquiries to Mark Crawford, Coordinator of Business Services at Email.

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