Pope John Paul II Catholic School
4325 South Richmond Street
Pope John Paul II Catholic School is a faith-filled community of academically excellent students ready to be responsible servant-leaders for the world.
Pope John Paul II Catholic School was born on July 1, 1999, as a result of the consolidation of five local Catholic schools—St. Pancratius, Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Fatima, St. Simon and Five Holy Martyrs.
The current enrollment of approximately 200 students allows for smaller class sizes and personal attention for the students. Children of various ethnic backgrounds travel from around the city and suburbs to attend PJPII School.
While Pope John Paul II Catholic School is constantly creating its own unique history, the school attempts to integrate the lives of its students into the lives of each parish. As part of the Catholic family of Brighton Park, the students have attended liturgies at each of the sponsoring parishes.
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