Where does a student get the STRENGTH to take on two sports, theater, youth ministry, and volunteering… all on top of coursework? Learn how Pope John Paul II High School transformed four children in today’s parent perspective. #ExploreAOPS
Whether you're from a public, catholic or private school enjoy a fun filled, action packed day that gives you a taste of PJP's academic and student life experience.
Online ticket sales for The King and I are open!
A variety of camps for everyone -- including a partnership program with Drexel University for 9 - 12th graders. REGISTER before March 25th to get your early bird discount!
Students of PJP were recently introduced to the PA statewide anonymous reporting system Safe2Say Something, which teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals - especially within social media of individuals that may be a threat to themselves or others. Safe2Say Something is accessible by app, website and 24/7 crisis telephone hotline for youth and adults to submit reports.
For additional information on this new reporting system please see the Parent brochure by clicking on the heading to this article.
Former educator and assistant coach at Bishop Kenrick High School recently passed away. In lieu of flowers, family and friends have established a scholarship in his memory that will be awarded to a PJP student. More details regarding arrangements can be found here.