Pope John Paul II


Academy


Totus Tuus

  Pope John Paul II Academy​           67051 Sunnyside Rd.           Montrose, Colorado 81401           (970) 249-2996           copyright popejohnpaul2academy.com

A Private Academy

in the Catholic Tradition 

PJP2A's Response to the COVID-19 Virus

Pope John Paul II Academy Mission Statement:

The mission of the Pope John Paul II Academy is to assist parents in the spiritual, moral, and intellectual formation of the child by providing a Christ-centered education, which fosters a deep love for Truth and faithfully adheres to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church..

Pope John Paul II Academy         67051 Sunnyside Rd.         Montrose, Colorado 81401         (970) 249-2996         copyright popejohnpaul2

Catholic Values                Academic Excellence                       Classical Culture


Welcome! 


We are an independent, private academy in the

Catholic tradition offering Pre-K through Eighth grades.

​Located in the scenic mountain valley of Montrose, Colorado,

the academy was founded in 2008. In October 2013, the academy moved into its 16,000+ sq. ft. facility which includes 10 classrooms, a library, and a full sized gym on twenty acres of land. In 2014, the

school received full accreditation from NAPCIS (National

Association of Private, Catholic, and Independent Schools).

The faculty is a dynamic, faithful team of committed Catholic

Christians living for God's greater glory as we strive to live the

New Evangelization inspired by St. Pope John Paul the Great.



Click here to see the 

2020-2021

School Calendar 

Offering K4 through Eighth Grades



​​The past few months with Covid-19 have impressed upon us the importance of having our students learn in person.  That being said,

we also are dedicated to providing a safe environment in which your student can learn.  We have implemented several procedures to help

make Pope John Paul II Academy as safe as we can.

* Students will wear masks as they move inside the building.

* Desks are separated in the classrooms so that students may be seated and learning mask-free.

* The facility’s touchpoints are disinfected multiple times a day.

*Students are encouraged and required to wash and sanitize their hands throughout the day.

*Students are separated into pods.  Each pod works independently of other pods to lessen the possibility of exposure to other students

throughout the day.

*If a student in our school has Covid-19, our hope is that only their pod will be quarantined.

Our school has also taken measures to be able to provide online learning in case a pod needs to quarantine.  If students need to stay

home because of the virus, we will be providing online classes to keep them up to speed.


We are so grateful for the support we received from our families these past few months and are taking extra measures to help keep us in

our facility this academic year.