High School


Pope John XXXIII High School 約翰教皇二十三世高中 (麻省 MA)


Pope John XXIII High School, Inc. is an independent Roman Catholic, co-educational, college-preparatory secondary school. The academic program atPopeJohnXXIIIHigh Schoolstrives to provide students with a rigorous college preparatory curriculum while at the same time being cognizant of the varying ability levels and learning styles of our students, all of whom desire a college placement after graduation. The curriculum is therefore taught on three levels - College Preparatory, Honors and Advanced Placement.


In accordance with Pope John XXIII High School’s belief in the dignity of all persons and their call to realize their full potential it has structured our curriculum to afford each of our students the opportunity to experience success.

The Basics
Setting 10 minutes from Logan Airport, Boston
School Type Private coed day school
Tuition US$8,500 - $8,600
Housing Homestay
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General Information
State Massachusetts (MA)
Location Everett
Nearest City Boston
Environment Urban
Year Founded 1965
Admission Req.m HK F.3
Academic Calendar Fall/ Summer
Level Offered Grade 9-12
Enrollment Approximately 440 students
Student-to-Teacher 14:1

Students Transfer Records (for CC)

It has placed 100% of its graduating class into institutions of higher education, with recent graduates gaining acceptance at Bentley College, Boston College, Boston University, Brown University, George Washington University, Harvard University, John Hopkins University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,NortheasternUniversity,PrincetonUniversity,SmithCollege,SyracuseUniversity,TuftsUniversity,WellesleyCollegeand many other fine schools.


Academic Programs:

8 Departments: Art, English, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Theology, World Languages.


The hubs of our school's academic life are the Library/Media Center and the Computer Labs. Students are encouraged to use these facilities before and after school and during study time. Teachers accompany their classes to the labs and LMC on a regular basis to instruct them in how to use software applicable to their subject matter, and also how to use word processing software and the Internet to research and write papers and reports.


The campus facilities include an auditorium, gymnasium, cafeteria, nurse's office, and a library/media center.


Students Life:

Offerings range from Campus Ministry, two Drama Clubs, the School Newspaper—The Mercury, the Chess Club, Student Government, and many more.