• Welcome to John Paul I Junior High SchoolHere at John Paul I Junior High School our goal is to service our community as best we can. Our vision is to achieve and learn, self-esteem, self-worth and ownership. This tenet guides not only the students within the community, but its teachers, administrators, support staff and parents as well. • Learn More
  • A Community school with an international visionJohn Paul I is an IB World School which offers the first 2 years of the International Baccalaureate-Middle Years Program (MYP). Students pursue their studies for the final 3 years at our sister school, Laurier Macdonald. • Learn More
  • Pathways to successJohn Paul I High School offers four distinct programs to students, each tailored to students' specific learning needs and capabilities. • Download our brochure
  • Modern classrooms for a modern worldJohn Paul I is equipped with a modern computer lab and computers in every classroom. Helping our students prepare for a modern technological world.
  • A vibrant student communityJohn Paul I High School has a diverse range of extra-curricular activities, school trips and student clubs. All of our activities are designed to encourage artistic expression, social interaction and physical health. • Learn More

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John Paul I - Term 3 Honour Roll

Students who have a grade average of over 80 in his/her report card will be accepted to the honour roll. Please click on the link below to see our honour roll students for term 3.

School Board Electoral List

To be able to exercise your right to vote in a general election or a by-election, you must be registered on the list of electors. Click here for more information and to register.

Parents with children

If you have one or more children enrolled in the French-language or English-language school board serving your place of domicile, you will be registered in that school board.

Adults without children

If you do not have children enrolled in the French-language or English-language school board serving your domicile, you will automatically be entered on the list of electors of the French-language school board where your domicile is located.

However, if you wish to vote in the English-language school board elections you must submit an application to the to the election office.

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