Senior Receives Honor from DAR

Congratulations to Senior Kali Tanguay, who was recognized as one of this year’s Good Citizens from the Captain Joshua Gray-Jonathan Hatch Chapter Cape Cod DAR of the Daughters of the American Revolution National Headquarters.

Cape’s Catholic Schools Stress Kindredship, Spiritual Dimension

With smaller school populations and smaller class sizes, Catholic schools also provide familiarity and structure for students, said Joyce Allison-Saucier, principal of St. Margaret Regional School, a Fall River Diocesan school that educates students from preschool through Grade 8. “The family structure has changed so drastically,” Allison-Saucier said. “Our students are our family in this […]

Senior Named National Merit Commended Student

Congratulations, Michael Carlowicz, 2017 National Merit Commended Student! The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced that Michael is among the top 50,000 of more than 1.6 million students who took the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test last year. Michael is the seventh JPII student named by the NMSQT since 2011.

JPII Students To Assist Catholic Schools After Harvey

In keeping with our mission to serve others, St. John Paul II High School will partner with Catholic schools across the country to assist diocesan schools impacted by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. “Student to Student: A Catholic School Response to Hurricane Harvey” is a powerful opportunity to engage students in living the Gospel message […]

JPII Opened Ten Years Ago Today: 9/4/07

On September 4, 2007, 38 students, seven teachers, and four staff members joined in Our Lady of Fatima Chapel for prayer, thanksgiving, and to take one uncertain step in a journey of personal growth and building a school. On that day, as with many in those early years, the notion of ‘PJP’ in ten years […]

Junior Whiz Kid Pairs With Financial Gurus

At age 9, Kam Markowski started investing in the stock market. Now 16 and a junior at Pope John Paul II High School, he estimates that by the time he goes to college next year, his portfolio will be worth about $20,000. Markowski, a Barnstable lifeguard and Cotuit resident, will team up with two financial […]

Two Grads Honored by Assumption College

On the eve of their commencement, Saturday, May 13, 20 members of Assumption College’s Class of 2017 were honored with the College’s prestigious Crown and Shield Award. The Award recognizes students who have distinguished themselves throughout their tenure at the College in the areas of leadership and community service. Award recipients have protected (shield) and […]

Senior Awarded Cape Cod Military Officers Scholarship

A total of $10,000 went to four high school seniors from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and the Islands on May 6, 2017.  For a fourth year the Cape Cod Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America at its annual scholarship event awarded that amount to finalists from among 45 applicants representing 12 institutions. Meghan Remillard, […]

Classroom Times Competition: JP2 & SFXP Students Shine

597 essays, 320 photographs, and 363 ads were submitted to the Cape Cod Times as part of their annual Classroom Times competition. The submissions came from students representing 36 schools across Cape Cod and the Islands including St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School and St. John Paul II High School. Eleven JP2 and SFXP students were […]

Grad Selected to Orientation Team at Assumption College

The Assumption College Office of Student Affairs has announced that Gretchen Lynch, of Forestdale (JPII ’15, SFXP ’11), Class of 2019, has been selected among a significant pool of applicants to serve as a 2017 orientation leader. The Assumption College orientation leaders, guided by the Catholic principles of Assumptionist tradition, are dedicated to supporting and […]