News & Announcements

Looking Forward to a Family Reunion!

The John Paul Gala is right around the corner! We look forward to gathering together as a family and celebrating this year's successes! The theme of the Gala is Family Reunion! The goal of this year's Gala, in addition to monies raised for tuition assistance, is to raise money to upgrade our multimedia labs. Students use technology as part of our STEM programs, to create digital media, and so much more! Please visit the Gala website to start your bids or contribute to our Multimedia upgrade. Help us reach our goal!

What's Your Why?

We have been hard at work planning and preparing an exciting marketing initiative for John Paul and you can participate. Visit our "What's Your Why" page for more information and watch a video of student responses.

Bishop Burbidge Attends Spring Musical

Bishop Michael Burbidge attended the final performance of The Fantasticks on Sunday, April 18th. He joined the in-person audience and opened the show with a blessing. Bishop Burbidge praised the hard work, determination, and talent of everyone involved in the show. He noted especially the level of performance, and the amount of energy the students exhibited dancing, singing, and performing while masked. Mr. Paul Hope presented a Fantasticks show shirt to the Bishop on behalf of himself, Mrs. Kingett, Miss Anderson, the cast, crew, and the Drama Club.

The Show Must Go On!

The John Paul the Great Drama Department is thrilled to present their Spring Musical this weekend. Opening night for "The Fantasticks" is joyfully anticipated. The directors, performers, musicians, and technicians could not be more excited to share the show with everyone, especially considering the unique challenges faced during the pandemic.

Join Our Pilgrimage on Holy Thursday

One of the most beautiful and ancient devotions of the Church, the 7 Church pilgrimage is similar to the stations of the Cross. The 7 Church stations are visits to local Churches with readings from the 7 last places Our Lord stood before His Crucifixion. It is done on Holy Thursday, the same night Jesus would have taken this journey. Join us in person or on Instagram as we make our John Paul 7 Church pilgrimage with our Lord on this sacred night.

JP Spotlight: The Options Program

This week we are highlighting the Options Program at John Paul the Great! The Options Program includes students with intellectual disabilities into the entire life of the John Paul community. Students in Options participate in academic classes, house events, sports, the arts, the Mass, and more.

An Artist Among Us Receives National Recognition!

Congratulations to Heaven Nartey, ('22) whose artwork advanced from regional to national competition in the Scholastic Art & Writing competition. Heaven won a National gold medal for her painting, Anemia. She plans to continue her streak by entering the upcoming Congressional Art Competition with another recently completed painting.

Click here for Information on the Return of In-person Learning for Seniors

We believe that we are ready for a gradual return to five days of in-person learning under Phase III. Parents of Seniors may opt-in their students for complete in-person learning for quarter 4. Quarter 4 begins March 29th. The gradual return to five days of in-person learning requires that we employ, in some circumstances, a variance from the recommended mitigation strategy of 6-foot social distancing. We will be able to keep the 6ft distance to a large extent.
For more information please refer to the Health Mitigation and Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan Spring 2021 - Phase III

JP Spotlight: What's John Paul Doing For Lent?

We are a few weeks into Lent, and we encourage you to continue persevering in prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. John Paul offers many opportunities to ensure you experience a great Lent! Be sure to visit the JP Chaplain’s page for lots of Lenten information!
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