To provide an educational choice for preschool through 7th grade, using a classical curriculum and the Catholic tradition to establish a solid liberal arts foundation and a love for goodness, truth, beauty and virtue.
"It ought to be the oldest things that are taught to the youngest children, the assured and experienced truths that are put first to the baby." — G. K. Chesterton
Goodness is found in the realization of something's intended purpose defined by its maker. Therefore, goodness is only possible in the light of objective truth. Often today, goodness is defined by emotion over intellect and popularity over proven. With goodness and truth, we find beauty.
John Paul II Academy values the foundation the subject material provides, but also the intangibles that make up much of a liberal arts curriculum. As children develop in their intellect and moral habits, beauty is discovered. You now have an opportunity to pursue a better educational choice for your child that is more rigorous, less costly, less intrusive, and more accountable.