Opened in August 2018, St. John Paul II Catholic High School is a co-educational, college preparatory, diocesan high school led by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia (Nashville Dominicans). The school is located in Avondale, AZ, one of the fastest growing regions of the state.
Our inaugural faculty and staff are engaged in evangelization and the building of a school culture that joyfully embraces the teachings of Christ and His Church. Currently the school is serving 145 students in grades nine and ten. Next year, we will serve additional students as we add another freshmen class. Our first graduation will be in 2021.
Interested in applying for a position at St. John Paul II?
Applications for several academic positions are posted on the Diocesan Catholic Schools Job Board. Completion of the diocesan application is necessary for all positions. For the academic year 2019-2020, St. John Paul II will be seeking qualified applicants who can help us to fulfill our mission. The following positions are needed:
Algebra II and Calculus Teacher (Position Filled)
Speech and Digital Media Teacher (Position Filled)
Physics and Mathematics Teacher (Position Filled)
Staff Accountant (Position Filled)
Assistant Principal (Position Filled)
Biology/Anatomy Teacher (Position Filled)
Western Civilization and American History Teacher (Position Filled)
Spanish Teacher (Position Filled)
School Guidance Counselor (Position Filled)
Dance Teacher (Position Filled)
Religion Teacher (Position Filled)
English Teacher (Position Filled)
Physics Teacher (Position Filled)
Art Teacher (Position Filled)
Interested in joining us as a Substitute Teacher?
Substitute teachers play an important part in our academic plan. They assist us when one of our teachers is absent, keeping the academic progress moving forward. Please let us know if you want to be considered for our substitute list by sending a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All subs must complete the Diocesan Application that is attached to the link below.
Interested in Coaching?
All coaches will be required to complete training in the following areas:
Safe Environment Training through the Diocese
Fingerprint Clearance (IVP)
Be PCA (Positive Coaching Alliance) or NFHS (National Federation of High Schools) certified
Fundamentals of Coaching (NFHS course)
First Aid, Health and Safety for Coaches (NFHS course)
Must have current CPR certification
Complete concussion protocol training
Heat and illness prevention (NFHS course)
Sudden Cardiac Arrest training (NFHS course)