A quality Catholic education within reach for all.
"No other institution in the country has been as successful as the Catholic schools in moving people from poverty to the middle class."
Cardinal Seán O'Malley, O.F.M., Cap.
Archbishop of Boston

Our Impact

Our schools represent the fabric of the communities we serve.

Our Community

We are building strong communities within and between our academies, and our collective efforts are helping to strengthen the urban communities around our academies – where the impact is meaningful.

total pre-k to grade 8 enrollment
students do not have a home
come from single-parent homes
30 %
pay discounted tuition rates
90 %
receive additional financial aid
50 %
of students qualify for free or reduced lunch
40 %

Our Academies

Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy (SJPIICA) is the largest elementary school in Boston, serving more than 1,050 students on three campuses.

Trinity Catholic Academy (TCA) is a two-campus academy in Brockton, MA serving more than 400 students on PreK – Grade 8.

"I am so grateful to be part of SJP2CA. Being part of the Academy has literally been how I have built my faith life and embraced the way I want to spend my future. Today, I had the privilege of having a 3-year old homeless youngster fall asleep holding my hand against his cheek. I prayed like I never have before for this little boy to feel peace and safety...knowing that he fell asleep in our care because he knew he was safe and loved. THAT is our Academy. THAT is why I am so blessed to be part of this!"
SJP2CA teacher

Outstanding Results

Total number of students served to date
of students graduated from our academies
90 %
of our students graduated high school
90 %
have gone on to 4-year colleges
80 %

Class of 2022

attending high school of their choice
90 %
attending Catholic high schools
89 %
attending Boston exam, charter, public, arts, and vocational high schools
11 %
awarded in scholarships in Fall 2021
$ 375 K

2.9 yrs – Grade K2

97% of students moving into Kindergarten and 90% entering Grade 1 are completely ready academically, socially, and emotionally to succeed.

Grades K2-8

Growth rates in language usage are above the national growth average (both academies; growth rates in math and reading are above the national growth average. (SJPIICA)

Grade 1-5

Bridges in Mathematics curriculum focuses on developing students’ deep understandings of mathematical concepts, proficiency with key skills, and ability to solve complex and novel problems.

Our alumni are excelling at many of the nation’s top universities:

“Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught, but as a reality to be lived.”
Saint John Paul II

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Endowment Funds

Robert G. and Michelle Cooke Atchinson Fund for Teacher Support 

Artie and Judy Boyle Scholarship Fund 

Nellie M. Brownell Scholarship Fund 

Cameron Family Scholarship Fund

Paula Crook Clifford Annual Scholarship 

Dorothy Holt Connolly Endowed Scholarship 

Jack Connors Jr. Scholarship Fund

Doris B. Cooke Scholarship Fund

Susan E. Dawley Endowment for Teaching Excellence and Scholarship Support

Vernon F. DeGabriele & Mary A. Orton Memorial Scholarship Fund 

M. Christine Driscoll Scholarship Fund 

Thomas F. and Gertrude C. Flynn Scholarship Fund 

Corey C. Griffin Scholarship Fund 

F. Beirne Lovely, Jr. Scholarship Fund

Edward T. Mulkern Scholarship Fund

Edward and Katherine Naughton Family Endowment Fund

Sister Cecilia Leonor Navas, O.P. Scholarship Fund 

Pero Family Fund for Catholic Education 

Rose M. Pesce Scholarship Fund 

Lawrence Eugene Sullivan Scholarship Fund 

James T. A. Vanderslice Scholarship Fund 

Mary Cullen Walsh Endowment for Capital Improvements

Richard and Margaret Walsh Scholarship Fund