At John Paul II High School, the spiritual and religious formation of students is of great importance. Prayer is an integral part of the life of the school. As a school community we pray together every morning and before all classes and extracurricular events. The chapel is open as a place of quite reflection and for personal prayer. Students are provided the opportunity to attend daily Mass prior to the beginning of the school day. On Wednesdays Mass is celebrated after 6th period. On occasions the Mass schedule will be altered or changed as announced.
Our school has a chaplain and an office of Evangelization. In keeping with the message of the Gospel to serve and not be served, and the mission of John Paul II High School, all students are required to complete a specified amount of Christian Solidarity Projects hours each year.
Numerous campus clubs and organizations are available to students, including performing, service and special interest groups.