Looking for education abroad options? Here we present a residential school Pope John XXIII High School in Boston, Massachussets, USA. A co-ed boarding school for boys and girls.
Pope John is an exciting place to spend your high school years. In order to have our students reach their full potential, we strive to cultivate a climate of respect which celebrates the unique and diverse backgrounds, abilities and gifts of every member of our community.
Pope John is also an active place, and our students are busy and involved. A full array of extracurricular activities affords our students the chance to become well-rounded individuals while enjoying the benefits of new learning opportunities and having fun with their classmates.
Offerings range from Campus Ministry, Drama & Theatre Arts, the School Newspaper—The Mercury, the Chess Club, Student Government, and many more. Athletics: Boys Fall Football, Soccer, Tennis
Spring Baseball, Soccer
Girls Fall Cheerleading, Tennis
Winter Basketball, Cheerleading
Spring Softball, Volleyball. International students residing on campus live in Magellan Hall. This modern, spacious facility is situated on the top floor of the school, where residents enjoy sweeping panoramic views of the greater Boston area. The hall's location provides students with quick and easy access to their classes, the Library/Media Center, our fully equipped computer labs, and various other resources within the school. The hall is coeducational with space for 60 students; boys and girls reside in separate areas. Its amenities include bright, newly furnished living rooms, an exciting recreation room, an elegant dining room, a state-of-the-art kitchen, two classrooms, and two laundry rooms. The hall has wireless Internet service and cable television. University Acceptance: Babson College, Bentley College, Boston College, Boston University, Brown University, Bryn Mawr College, George
Washington University, Harvard University, John Hopkins University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Mount
Holyoke College, Princeton University, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Smith College, Syracuse University, Tufts University, University of
Massachusetts, University of Miami, University of Pennsylvania, University of Rochester, Wellesley College, Pennsylvania State University, New
York University, University of Connecticut, University of South Carolina, Massachusetts College of Art, Michigan State University.