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Our Mission

Saint John Paul II Regional School is dedicated to Christian stewardship and academic excellence and empowers its students to achieve their academic potential in a faith based environment. It is our aspiration that through the collaboration of church, school and faculty, our students will lead lives rooted in Christian values and commitment to a better society.


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Open House

Tuesday, March 24th

9:00 – 11:00 am

Look forward to seeing you!

The Saint John Paul II School experience develops each student’s mind, body, and spirit so they may contribute to a better society by helping others develop their abilities.

 We empower students to achieve their academic potential by recognizing student individuality, providing personal attention, and supporting teacher collaboration for continued success at every grade level.

 Our students excel in a community that affirms and honors our Catholic faith and traditions through prayer, service learning and a commitment to treat each other with respect.


WJP2 News Team Shout Out Video on Fox Weekend News

On February 21st, Fox Weekend aired our student news team’s video which included a “shout out” to Fox Weekend and a whole lot of school spirit!

Stroll in Paris Basket Auction-March 1st

Join us on March 1st from 2-5 pm for our annual Basket Auction. Entertainment, food, and plenty of baskets to win included!

2015 Open House – March 24th

We welcome your family to get to know us better by visiting us for Open House this year. Please join us on March 24th for a campus tour and opportunity to meet our students, parents, and faculty. We look forward to meeting you!

Hawk for a Day Shadow Program

To have your child shadow a St. John Paul II students is the best way to experience our school! It is a fun and informative day for prospective students. To schedule today, call Christine Willard, Advancement Director at 856-783-3088 or email at Come see what it is like to be a SJPII Hawk!

Catholic Charities February 2015 Newsletter

This month’s theme focuses on “tweens,” or middle-schoolers. The letter features a great article from a therapist with our school-based counseling program on the benefits of making time for a daily family meal. The letter also includes a beautiful reflection on Lent in time for Ash Wednesday (Feb. 18) from the coordinator of our services center in Atlantic City. The newsletter is one way Catholic Charities is celebrating the Diocesan-wide Year of the Family leading up to Pope Francis’ September Philadelphia visit.