Student Life Overview

Developing a sense of responsibility, independence, leadership, and entrepreneurship happens not just in the classroom but through participation in other activities with the student body.

  • An honest and faithful student body fosters meaningful relationships with their peers.
  • Numerous service opportunities teach students the importance of being stewards of the community.
  • Authentic field trips and local art and music shows provide hands-on learning opportunities.
  • Experienced guest speakers provide real-world perspective on in-class teachings.
  • Students can enjoy lunchtime outside and are given the option to order meals every day from area restaurants.

Extracurricular Activities​

Below is a sample list of JPII activities that encourage students to discover new interests and nurture them into valuable assets to be of service to Christ and their community.

  • Art Club
  • Boat Building
  • Christmas Caroling
  • Dances (Sadie Hawkins & Prom)
  • Digital Media Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Gaming Club
  • Intramural Sports
  • Link Crew

  • National Honor Society
  • Quiz Bowl
  • Random Acts of Kindness (RAOK)
  • Robotics
  • Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
  • Spanish Club
  • Student Government Association

If a student is interested in creating a particular activity, club, or sport that is not currently offered, he/she is encouraged to approach the administration with a proposal.