Tiger pride is roaring! The Pope John community is rallying together to raise enough money to save our school because of the alleged criminal actions taken against PJHS. To date, distinguished alumni, parents, and community members have been contributing to the #NotDeadYet campaign to ensure that the school reopens in the fall of 2019 and is ‘thriving, not just surviving’ and is positioned for success. With a looming May 23rd deadline to raise the necessary funds and build a strategy for the future, we are reaching out to communities in the North Shore for support. So what does that mean for you?… it means that you can visit our website at popejohnhs.org/notdeadyet to learn more; you can make a gift by visiting the links on that page, and you can personally reach out to your network and encourage them to help us reach our goal! We are Tiger Strong and we can work together to save our school.
Founded in 1966, Pope John XXIII maintains its faith-based focus and character while striving to cultivate a climate of respect that celebrates the diverse backgrounds and gifts of every member of our community. The school has been accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and became independently incorporated in 2004. Pope John XXIII admits qualified student regardless of race, creed, religion, or national origin. In addition to its rigorous academic program, Pope John offers 16 sports for boys and girls, a thriving theatre arts program, and 15 clubs to provide a variety of leadership and special-interest opportunities.