See our 2022-2023 athletics handbook here.

For the high school schedule click here.

Grades 5-8

When purchasing a Chromebook, the following minimum specifications are

Processor: Dual-Core Intel Celeron
RAM (installed): 4.0 GB
Hard Drive Capacity: 32.0 GB
Hard Drive Type: Solid State Drive
Manufacturer: Lenovo, HP, and Acer are recommended, but not required.

The universal use of Chromebooks will allow students to own the same devices which run the same applications.  Chromebooks are the preferred devices for our most utilized applications, Google Suite and Google Classroom.

Grades 9-12

For the High School Division; Chromebooks, Windows Laptops or MAC Laptops are acceptable.  

Any newly purchased laptop will meet the below requirements.  

Older laptops should be equipped with Windows 10/11 and have a minimum of 8GB of RAM and 100GB of disk storage.  Wifi enabled, and at least 4 hours of battery life.

If purchasing/using a Chromebook, use the aforementioned minimum specification requirements.

FACTS Family Portal is a private and secure parents’ portal that will allow parents to view academic information specific to their children while protecting their children’s information from others. You may view your child’s grades, attendance, as well as other useful school information.

Every family must create a new login in FACTS SIS Family Portal to access grades, attendance, and the like.

Please view the instructions here.
Consulta las instrucciones aquí.

A friendly FB forum where JPII parents/guardians can ask questions and share information about the school and events.  These are private groups, and you must be a registered family for the upcoming school year to be admitted access.

Preparatory Division Page
High School Division Page

The Preparatory Division Home & School Association (HSA) is a liaison among parents, teachers, and the principal.

The mission of the HSA is to enhance the Catholic family spirit while promoting a community atmosphere and special events for students and families.

There are numerous venues for parental participation that provide opportunities to be involved in your child’s middle school experience.  Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30 P.M.  All HSA meetings are open and parents are encouraged to attend.

Questions?  Please email .

Click here for the 2022-2023 optional student insurance information.

Uniforms are a distinct indication of a student’s connection to St. John Paul II School. Representing the school in a positive manner is an expectation in all areas of student life, including professional dress. The overall goal of the dress code is for students to be attired professionally, tastefully, and comfortably.

Donnelly’s Uniform Company is our only approved uniform supplier.  For uniform and store information please visit their website.  FLYER & PICK UP

Used uniforms, spirit wear, and athletic wear may be purchased at the school store, located in the High School Division building.  For store hours please call the office.

Preparatory Division
Boys’ Uniform

  • Shirt: White button-down oxford shirt*
  • Pant: Dress code solid grey pant*
  • Blazer: Dress code navy blazer*
  • Tie: Dress code plaid tie*
  • Belt: Traditional black or brown leather belt
  • Socks: Navy socks
  • Shoes: Solid black flat-soled dress shoes

Girls’ Uniform

  • Blouse: White pointed collar blouse*
  • Skirt: Dress code plaid skirt*
  • Blazer: Dress code navy blazer*
  • Tie: Dress code plaid cross tie*
  • Knee socks/tights: Navy knee socks or opaque tights
  • Dress shoes: Solid black flat-soled dress shoes

High School Division
Girls’ Uniform

  • Shirts- dress code white, light blue, yellow, or pink oxford button down blouse or white or light blue fitted 3/4 sleeve button down blouse*
  • Uniform skirt- Dress code skirt or uniform slacks*
  • Uniform tights- navy blue
  • Flat dress shoes
  • Uniform sweater*- mandatory for Liturgy and special days

Boys’ Uniform

  • Shirts- Dress code white, light blue, chambray blue, yellow, or blue striped oxford button down shirt*
  • Pants- Dress code khaki pants*
  • Tie- Dress neck tie
  • Belt- Traditional leather or canvas belt
  • Shoes- Leather dress shoes and socks
  • Uniform sweater*- mandatory for Liturgy and special days

*Purchased from Donnelly’s School Apparel.

St. John Paul II School and the Diocese of Fall River are committed to the protection of all of our students.  Anyone that is interested in volunteering at St. John Paul II School must complete a CORI (background check), review and sign the Code of Conduct, and complete online Safe Environment Training before volunteering at JPII.

Please be sure to read the following thoroughly. Please ONLY submit a completed packet, including the following documents, to the Main Office once you have gathered ALL required documents.

Completed Volunteer Packet MUST include ALL of the following:

  1. Completed CORI Form with a copy of government-issued photo identification
  2. Signed Code of Conduct for Diocesan Lay Employees and Volunteers
  3. Safe Environment Training Certificate

Download the CORI Acknowledgement Form
Download the Code of Conduct Form
Download Instructions to complete the online Safe Environment Training

Click to download and print work permit.