Saint John Paul II Academy

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Saint John Paul II Academy
Saint John Paul II Academy
4001 North Military Trail


Coordinates 26°23′16″N80°7′24″W / 26.38778°N 80.12333°W / 26.38778; -80.12333 Coordinates: 26°23′16″N80°7′24″W / 26.38778°N 80.12333°W / 26.38778; -80.12333
Type Private, Catholic, Coeducational, College-preparatory secondary education institution
Fundamentum Christus Iesus
Founded on Jesus Christ
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
(Christian Brothers)
Established1980;41 years ago (1980)
SuperintendentGary Gelo
CEEB code 100-123
PresidentBrother Daniel Aubin, FSC
PrincipalEdward Bernot
Grades 912
Campus30 acres (120,000 m2)
Color(s) Black  -  Gold  -  Blue 
Athletics conferenceFlorida High School Athletic Association
Team nameEagles
AccreditationSouthern Association of Colleges & Schools/AdvancEd
SJPII School Front 2019.jpeg
Front view of Saint John Paul II High School in November 2007

Saint John Paul II Academy (formerly Pope John Paul II High School) is a private, Catholic, coeducational, college-preparatory secondary education institution run by the Eastern North America District of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in a 30-acre (120,000 m2) campus in East Boca Raton, Florida, adjacent to the main campus of Lynn University. The school opened in 1980. [2] Saint John Paul II Academy follows the tradition of Saint John Baptist De La Salle and the Brothers of the Christian Schools.


Athletics & Clubs

Fall, Winter and Spring Varsity and Junior Varsity sports include: football, cheerleading, boys and girls basketball, swimming, golf, cross country, track, girls volleyball, boys and girls soccer, baseball, tennis, and lacrosse. Clubs include Drama/Thespian, Robotics, Lasallian Youth, Art, Spirit, Science, DECA, Best Buddies, Chess, Model UN, Music Ensemble, Respect Life, SADD [3]

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