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About Pope John Paul II Prep School

Pope John Paul II High School opened its doors in August of 2002 and quickly became one of the best private academic institutions in the state. We offer a range of innovative programs that are setting a vision for the future of Catholic college preparatory schools. At just under 600 students, we are the second-largest private prep school in Nashville, and we are designed to meet the potential growth of Middle Tennessee. 

We believe that God calls each student to a deeper union with Him. Our school, rooted in the Catholic faith and open to students of all faith traditions, calls students to excellence and invites them to study and live out their faith in service to the world beyond themselves.

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