News & Announcements

Senior Awards Night

The Annual Senior Awards night is planned for Thursday, May 19th. Invitations are sent to the award winners. The event begins at 7:00 PM in the theater.

Annual May Crowning

Today at a special Mass, Saint John Paul the Great celebrated our annual May Crowning of Mary. The event is celebrated each year during the month of May when the statue of Our Lady is crowned with a wreath of flowers and honored as the Queen of Heaven and the Mother of God.

Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced

On Wednesday, April 27 the Class of 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorian were named! Our Valedictorian is Emma Youngblood and our Salutatorian is Xander Fry. We are looking forward to hearing them speak at Graduation!

Congratulations to the JP Wolves for Setting New School Records!

JP Wolves excelled at The Running Store City-County Championship! Sean Alorro set a new school record for the 800m with a time of 1:59.88. Sean’s achievement came after he anchored the 4x800m relay team with James Bertram, Daniel Merriman, and Xander Fry to a new school record. The boys 4x400m relay team with Patrick McCurdy, Michael Clark, Xander Fry, and Sean Alorro also set a new record at the event.

Seniors Sign up at D1 Schools

Congratulations to our Senior athletes who signed up to play sports at D1 schools! Anna-Kate Domingue will be playing field hockey at Northeastern University and Payton Hurley will be playing soccer at Loyola University, Maryland!

JP Votes for Paschal Candle Design

Students, Faculty, and Staff voted for the design they would like to see on this year's Paschal Candle. The winning design will be painted on the candle by one of John Paul's gifted artists.

Deacon Gerard Anthony Visits John Paul

Joy was evident today; Deacon Gerard Anthony, a former teacher and coach at John Paul came to visit! Colleagues of Deacon Anthony were delighted to see him again, and many students expressed appreciation for his visit and engaging homily.

Lights Shine Bright on JP Talent

Saint John Paul the Great students, faculty, and staff showed off their talents to the school community on Thursday, February 3rd. The talent show was a part of the school's celebration of Catholic Schools Week. The audience was surprised and delighted by the diversity of talent on display, from the much-anticipated guitar solo by Mr. Chaves, to the Juggling Unicyclist!
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