Mission Statement:
We are Learning ~ Growing ~ Believing ~ Succeeding  
as Disciples of Christ.

School Prayer:
St. John Paul, pray with us this day, for the wisdom to live our faith in our school, in our homes, and in our communities.

Warrior Oath:
Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as I love you,” (John 13:34) so, I choose to use words and actions that help and heal, not hurt.

  • Favorable Student to Teacher Ratio
  • Spanish, Latin, Art, Music, Physical Education, Library, Technology
  • Classical Liberal Arts Curriculum
  • Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Sports for grades 5-8
  • Intramural Sport offerings for PS-4
  • All School Mass and Adoration several days per week
  • Social and Service Opportunities
  • Eco Warriors Club
  • STREAM – Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, Math

What makes it Classical?

Morals and Spirituality
Deepening the understanding of our Catholic faith and traditions.
Restores meaning and purpose to learning about the world around us.
Awakens wonder about the beauty of God’s creation to nurture the moral imagination.
To nurture the whole child in the process of making positive healthy and safe moral decisions for themselves and others.
Cultivate habits of rigorous thinking about the truth beauty and goodness of God.

Deepening the understanding of our Catholic faith and traditions across curriculum.
A stronger emphasis on literature.
An expansion and deeper exploration of reading and writing.
Promoting inquiry, critical thinking and active learning.
Emphasis on open-ended discussion and higher-level questioning and developing a stronger intellectual freedom.
Teaching each student to think and learn independently.

Why Latin?
Supports the learning  and understanding of other languages.
Latin is the language of our Catholic tradition.
Latin is the foundation of many languages.
Latin is the language of science, medicine, and law.

Using the best practices developed over the years at SJPII Classical Catholic School, the faculty will continue to adhere to the instructional goals that set all children up to become “joyful learners”.

Our families at SJPII Classical Catholic School can expect that their child will be taught the “how” and the “why”, and not just the “what”, while meeting each child at the level they learn.

Teaching is not telling. It is giving students tools for discovery by guiding them to cultivate a deeper level of thinking and develop a love for God and His Word.

School Day Schedule

7:00 am – 7:45 am – Morning Kid’s Club
7:45 am – Main Entry Doors open. Breakfast service in cafeteria. (Students arriving before 7:45 will be sent to Kid’s Club)
8:00 am – First bell rings.  All students in K through Grade 8 should be in their classrooms.

8:05 am – Tardy bell rings. All students coming into the building must stop by the office and receive a tardy slip to give to the teacher.  
11:20 am – Dismissal of 3 and 4 year old Half Day Preschool students.
12:00 pm – Dismissal of all Full Day students on scheduled Half Days.

3:10 pm – Dismissal of all Full Day Preschool students
3:20 pm – Dismissal of all students K through 8.
3:20 pm – 6:00 pm – Afternoon Kid’s Club
FULL DAYS – 8:00 – 3:20
HALF DAYS – 8:00 – 12:00


Our Philosophy

St. John Paul II Classical Catholic School is dedicated to educating students in beliefs, practices and traditions of the Catholic Faith.
St. John Paul II Classical Catholic School incorporates parental involvement, a strong home to school community and a secure classroom environment.
The Professional Learning Community of St. John Paul II Classical Catholic School embraces diversity and encourages each student to fulfill his/her individual potential in a respectful Christian atmosphere.