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.
Below are some of the activities at JPII and in the community that students have utilized to discover new interests and nurture them into valuable assets to be of service to Christ and their community.
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.
John Paul II Catholic High School is proud to partner with Sandy Hook Promise to participate in National Say Something Week which raises awareness about recognizing and reporting struggling students and bullying so as to reduce students harming themselves or others.
In addition to Say Something Week, we encourage our students to utilize the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.