The sights and sounds on John Paul II Catholic High School’s campus are evidence of the demolition phase of renovations taking place on the school’s 14th Street campus in Greenville.
The administrative offices and upcoming science lab interiors have been opened up to prepare for significant reconfiguration and remodeling. Additionally, one of the more extensive redesigns is the overhaul of the front exterior to make room for the larger, centralized main entrance. Construction on the cafeteria is complete and school officials anticipate that all interior renovations will be complete ahead of the upcoming school year.
“Renovations are going strong and students will enjoy the benefits and resources of the campus’ new modernized additions. Our redesign will represent to the community the growth in store for our school,” says Principal Craig Conticchio.
During construction and until further notice, the main entrance and administrative offices have temporarily shifted to the right side of the school.
JPII is inclusive of all faiths and is currently enrolling students for the 2017-2018 school year. We offer scholarships and tuition incentives for families who qualify to help make their education more affordable. To learn more about JPII, the renovations, or to schedule a tour of the school, contact Debbie Sommer at 252-215-1224.