Open enrollment is now in effect Call to schedule an interview and tour of our school. Links for the downloadable Registration Information and SmartTuition are listed below. If you have any questions about the application process for 2015-2016, please contact Ilene Biberstein at 361-855-5744, extension 209.
St. John Paul II High School is currently seeking the following positions:
If you are interested, please download an application from the St. John Paul II High School webpage and submit it along with your resume and a copy of your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please call
Mr. Le Grange at 361-855-5744.
Administrative Assistant / Smart Tuition Manager – St. John Paul II High School is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant / Smart Tuition Manager with qualifications in Bookkeeping, Accounting, Excel, and Word. This position also deals with the SEVIS program (Student Exchange and Visitor Information System). If you are interested, please download an application from the St. John Paul II High School webpage and submit it along with your resume to email@example.com. For more information please call Mr. Le Grange at 361-855-5744.
St. John Paul II High School will host a Credit Recovery Program this summer for students who have failed a class with no less than an overall average of 60. This program is an alternative to summer school that gives students the opportunity to get a 70 average by addressing specific objectives and components of the curriculum they did not master over the course of the year. Download Flyer.
The Rotary Club of Southside Corpus Christi awarded Natalie Trevino and Renee Muniz with Student of the Month certificates for their academic achievements and community involvement. Also presented to Natalie and Renee were gift cards and a collectible Four-Way Test Rotary coin. Both Natalie and Renee are members of the Interact Club that focuses upon community service, both locally and internationally.
From about 6,720 miles away, Elena Miyake writes to express her thankfulness for her experiences at our school and our country. Elena, who spent her 9th and 10th grade at St. John Paul II High School, has returned to her family in Japan. In her e-mail Elena states that she did well on her entrance exams at her new high school. She expressed her pride in having been a Centurion at our school, that she will not forget us, and that she will pray for us. The impact of our school community is truly far reaching. We extend our best wishes and prayers to Elena and her family.
Jonathan Gain, Saint John Paul II High School science teacher, was selected among several applicants to be the 2015 Nautilus Ambassador, a program made possible by Citgo and its partnership with the Ocean Exploration Trust. A group of our student also traveled to Galveston for a tour of the vessel. Click the play bottom above to access Mr. Gain's interview on KIII-TV.
At their recent banquet honoring area high school seniors, Flint Hills Resources presented Kamren Mireles and James Thomas with $1,500 scholarships for college. The scholarships are given to students based on their commitment to entrepreneurship, community involvement and academic achievement. Scholarship winners volunteer in various organizations throughout the community and excel at academics as well.
Centurion track & field goes all the way to state. At the TAPPS completions at Baylor University two of our Centurions took top medals. Jaylon Lister placed number one in the state for high jump and Steve Cavazos for shot put. Congratulations, Jaylon and Steve.
Explore is a summer experience for every young man who wants to understand his faith better, know himself better and make new friends from all over the diocese. Explore is for young men who are enrolled in high school or who will be enrolling this fall, as well as recent high school graduates.