Students are considered international if they are not US citizens. Any applicant that does not possess a US birth certificate or a US passport must apply as an international student.
PJP accepts a limited number of international students each year. Each student is reviewed and accepted based on Academic and English qualifications. They must demonstrate strong English skills. A Skype interview will be conducted once the application has been received. PJP offers a series of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
Application Process (In English)
Documents Required For Application
*Required before submitting Online Application.
Registration Fee is required within two weeks of acceptance.
The documents listed below must be uploaded by August 1, 2017.
Must provide a U.S. Address by August 1, 2017.
Pope John Paul II offers rolling admission. PJP accepts application from the first day of the school year. August 15, 2017 is the deadline for the 2017-2018 School Year. Please note: it takes a few weeks to receive an I20 and Visa.
Once completed, a Skype interview will be conducted on a day you’ve selected in the application.
**Acceptance is not guaranteed.
If granted, the student/ agency will receive a letter. Registration Fee is required within two weeks of acceptance. The I-20 Process is given to the agency/ guardian in order to apply for the VISA. Once the school receives the I-20, it will be express shipped to the student and their family. This will allow ample time to apply for a VISA.
TUITION AND FEES
Tuition payments begin June 15, 2017. If you should have any questions about tuition, you can reach out to Lisa Gaynor. 484-975-6500 x 3010 Lgaynor@pjphs.org
Each student is required to read two books this year for summer reading. Please read the appropriate books for each grade before the first day of school. The link is attached below.
Questions or Concerns
Assistant Director of Admissions
Molly McNair- 484-975-6500 x3066 firstname.lastname@example.org