Academic success is a defining outcome of a Catholic education. High expectations are set, for all students, from day one. Respect, accountability and confidence are the foundation from which our students act and excel. Pope John and St. Boniface students outperform their state and national peers on important standardized tests.
To date the Pope John Class of 2018 has earned over $1,100,000 in College Scholarships among its 16 member class.
The Pope John class of 2018 scored a composite score of 25 on their ACTs. This beats the 2017 state school average of 21.4 and places them above the 24.9 record set by Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Omaha. The ACT plays a key role in scholarship offers from colleges and universities. The 2018 class has received eight University of Nebraska Regents Scholarship offers, which is full-tuition for four years.
Extra-Curricular Learning Activities
STEM CLUB is an after-school group of 4-6 graders who meet once a month. They work on inquiry-based activities with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The group participates in junk box challenges, experimented with circuits by making household items, and played with robotics.