St. John Paul II Catholic High School is a new college-preparatory, co-ed high school, rooted in Jesus Christ. Under the patronage of Pope St. John Paul II, and dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, this liberal-arts high school offers a four-year philosophy program. Led by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia of Nashville, students receive excellent academic training while growing in their ability to think clearly about the ethical and cultural issues of our times. Sports programs, service opportunities, daily prayer and a house system foster growth and a sense of family. Most importantly, Jesus Christ is the center of the school. He calls and we respond to Him.
THE MISSION OF ST. JOHN PAUL II CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL IS TO PROVIDE AN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT PROMOTES A PERSONAL ENCOUNTER WITH JESUS CHRIST THROUGH PRAYER, STUDY, COMMUNITY, AND SERVICE AS DISCIPLES.
At St. John Paul II Catholic High School, we have a distinctive purpose: to foster the gospel spirit of freedom and charity. We seek to relate all human culture to the news of salvation.
Who we are going to be:
- believers seeking daily encounters with Christ
- a family community through houses within the school
- staff and students formed in philosophy in the Ethics & Culture program
- teachers offering excellence in academics, meeting students’ needs and challenging them to grow in Christ