Pope John Paul II High School (Washington)

Pope John Paul II High School
5608 Pacific Avenue SE

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Coordinates 47°02′14″N 122°48′31″W  /  47.03722°N 122.80861°W  / 47.03722; -122.80861 Coordinates: 47°02′14″N122°48′31″W / 47.03722°N 122.80861°W / 47.03722; -122.80861
Type Private, co-educational
Motto Stewards of the Future
Religious affiliation(s) Christian
Denomination Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Saint Pope John Paul II
Established 2010
Opened 2010
President Ron E. Edwards
Principal Therese Allin
Grades 912
Enrollment 94 (2018-2019[1])
Student to teacher ratio 13:1
Color(s) Blue & gold
Slogan To live in the light and truth of Jesus, now and forever
Athletics Volleyball, Cross country, Boys and Girls Basketball, Track and Field, Fastpitch softball, Basketball, Baseball
Mascot Eagle
Nickname JPII

Pope John Paul II High School is a four-year, college-preparatory, Catholic high school, named after John Paul II, who was Pope of the Catholic Church from 1978 until his death in 2005. The school is located in Lacey, Washington, within the Archdiocese of Seattle.[2][3]

Pope John Paul II High School opened in 2010.

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