Admissions

Lori Hager

Director of Admissions
701-893-3271
lori.hager@jp2schools.org

JPII Catholic Schools Network
5600 25th Street South
Fargo, ND 58104

Office of Admissions


A community inspiring excellence through faith, learning and service
Welcome to the Admissions Office of
St. John Paul II Catholic Schools Network

The JPII Catholic Schools includes Holy Spirit Elementary School, Nativity Elementary School, Trinity Elementary School, Sullivan Middle School, and Shanley High School offering education from our Little Deacons Program (3 years old) through 12th grade.

Our schools combine academic excellence with faith and enrichment to shape the lives of its students. Our schools are accredited with the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement through AdvanceED. The faculty continually seeks innovative, proven techniques and tools to improve student learning. As JPII Catholic Schools advances our mission into the 21st Century; Network wide our wireless network has been upgraded with an increased capacity to allow teachers the ability to purposely integrate student devices in the learning process. As part of our Strategic Plan for technology; we are excited to announce the recent opening of SmartLabs in each of our elementary and middle schools. The SmartLab enhances educational programs by providing students with a hands-on, open-ended, technology-infused learning platform. Students engage in learning challenges that incorporate real life applications. Our schools continue to manifest our values of excellence in faith, learning, and service that include developing the capacities of communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity in all of our students. We strive to continue to improve our ability to engage and support students through means that they understand and use in their daily lives.

 

The Mission of St. John Paul II Catholic Schools Network is to teach the total person and foster the following of Christ in an environment inspired by the Gospel sprit, as taught by the Catholic Church.

 

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