Check out this week's announcements!
- FAITH LIFE
- STUDENT LIFE
- KNIGHT NOTES
- KNIGHT OF THE WEEK
- THE SHIELD MAGAZINE (Winter 2019)
- CAMP JPII
Two juniors win Nasvhille Cumberland River Compact SLANT Writing Contest and nine others receive honorable mention.
Students are selected by their teachers in the fall and spring semesters for their outstanding contribution to the Innov8 program.
Students create a beautiful display in rememberance of the dearly departed.
Ms. Phillips' students enjoyed the annual AP European Enlightenment Salon.
Students got their hands dirty as they prepared planters for the season.
Top vocal musicians will represent JPII at TMEAA.
After competitive auditions from schools around the region, JPII will be well represented at MTSBOA.
Although new to the Voices uKnighted a cappella choir, Anthony's contribution is impressive.
Congratulations, Simon and thank you for sharing your talents with us.
Join us in congratulating Cordelia Burks and take this opportunity to see some of her 2D artwork.
Registration OPEN for the KAC golf tournament scheduled for April 30th.
Knights were selected to represent JPII at the state level.
This Lady Knight has a bright future in golf!
In honor of our namesake, Saint John Paul II, Bishop Spalding celebrated Mass outside at the Jim Carroll Athletic Complex.
Great progress was made on two Habitat for Humanity homes with the help of the JPII community.
Matthew Shipley is a nominee for the Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards of Hands on Nashville. Matthew is a great example of how a JPII student can impact our community.
Students in Mr. Elfer's Service in Solidarity Innov8 class works with elementary school students on their English speaking skills.
Students participate in the March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Nothing could stop the House of Gregory as they competed in the Fall House Games.
Blue Man Group and JPII community support family of fallen MPO Spencer Bristol.
After a week of festivities, Jack Dyer was crowned Coming Home King at the game on Friday.
Tanner is an international development and impact investment professional with experience working in impact investing, technology start-ups, strategy consulting, and international NGOs across Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. He graduated from the College of William and Mary in 2014 with a degree in philosophy and sociology, Florida State University in 2015 with an MSc in International Affairs (degree of distinction), and from the University of Cambridge in 2019 with a Master's in Social Innovation (degree of distinction). Tanner works in Corporate Development for ModusBox in London.
Zach graduated from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. Soon after graduation, he started a financial technology student loan company, Paytronage. Zach sold the business in 2018 to Lumni, Inc. but stayed on as the Head of Capital Markets & Investor Relations. In addition, he continued his entrepreneurial spirit by launching Une Femme Wines along with his sister Jen. Une Femme Wines partners with women in the wine industry, including female winemakers, investors, distributors, designers, and wine retailers. A portion of the proceeds benefits the non-profit Dress for Success.
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Rachel works in the Medical ICU at Vanderbilt Hospital. She is serving Nashville's patients impacted by COVID-19.
Dr. Briana Keightley Franklin, class of 2010, is in her third year of a four-year residency for OBGYN at St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis. Briana earned her BA in dance from Washington University in St. Louis and her MD from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She and her husband Robert live in Kirkwood, MO.
Alexandra Patterson ‘08 continues as Director of Library Services at Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania. She is also a dorm parent, teaches English, and works on various committees including Diversity, Equity, and Justice, Community Reading, and the Speaker Series. In August 2020, she began doctoral studies at John Hopkins University School of Education.
PB Mamalo is the Vice President of House Council and President of the House of Peter, an AP Scholar, a member of the National Honor Society, a varsity soccer player, and a drummer for the Jazz Ensemble. We thank this Knight of the Week for enriching the JPII community in many ways, especially by sharing the “joke of the day” every morning.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Registration for Camp JPII 2020 is OPEN! Don't wait to register for our exciting fun-filled summer campers! Visit REGISTRATION to select your camps.
To review the brochure, please visit CAMP JPII 2020 BROCHURE.
CAMP JPII 2020
Week 1: June 1-5
Week 2: June 8-12
Week 3: June 15-19
Week 4: June 22-26
Camp JPII offers summer fun for kids age 5-18. Camps run Monday-Friday in two sessions: 9:00 a.m. - noon and 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Dear JPII Community,
Tuesday marked the 100th day of us being open and operating under COVID protocols, and today, we are at zero cases of COVID for students, faculty, and staff. I want to congratulate everyone on a job well done. The hard work and collaboration are paying off.
We continue to hold middle school information meetings, and the community has shown a lot of interest in the program. At this point, we have exceeded early projections on applications. This week we will begin accepting our first group of middle school students and expect to fill the middle school program in February. If your family or friends have a potential student for our middle school, now is the time to reach out to us and apply.
Last week during a PAC Zoom meeting, I presented how we will support the high school and middle school programs on one campus. One strategy is to manage our high school enrollment size, making the return of your enrollment contract essential. Second, we will remodel the library to expand our innovation and entrepreneurship program. Finally, we are working with our architect on adding a state of the art athletic field house on campus that will serve athletic programs for the years to come; our board of trust will lead the initiative. Even with the addition of the middle school, facility improvements, and the expansion of an athletic facility, we still maintained our tuition rates without an increase for next year. We will be sharing a more detailed presentation of our inspiring plans soon. These are exciting times at JPII, and we are pleased that you are a part of it.