Art Club

Enjoy a rich variety of creative experiences with your friends and classmates, and gain skills in textile design, printing, drawing, mixed media, posters and banners. You will have opportunities to offer your creative art assistance to your school community, as well as those outside the school community. No art experience is required – just a sincere interest in having good, creative fun!

French Club

Bienvenue! The French Club is for students who are interested in the French language and the culture of France and other French-speaking countries. No previous experience with French is necessary to become members. We participate every year in school events and other activities like going to French exhibits, French restaurants, theater to see French plays, watching French movies, and listening to French music. The club meets once a month. A bientôt!

Italian Club

Italian Club students gather to share their interest and love of all things Italian. We meet twice a month and usually share some Italian food, watch movie clips or play games like “Scopa” and Tombola while listening to Italian music. Ciao, a presto!

Mu Alpha Theta

Our purpose is to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and by promoting various mathematical activities. Topics presented during club meetings and interest generated therein help members to gain a greater understanding and enjoyment of mathematics.

Music Ensemble

Our goal is to promote, enhance, and maintain students’ music appreciation and musical skills and styles. Members will develop better intonation, perform as a small ensemble, and become more comfortable performing in public, assisting with the Liturgical music for our school Masses. The ensemble practices weekly and hopes to include new and different songs as part of our school Masses. Any student who already plays an instrument or would like to join the vocal section is encouraged to enlist!

National Honor Society

The Saint John Paul II Chapter of the National Honor Society has been established to recognize, honor, and develop outstanding students who have demonstrated excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. The purpose of National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.


Saint John Paul II Academy's Robotics Club (Team 9207) is now in its 3rd year. The school's team is a member of FIRST, an international organization which promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) through various Robotics challenges. SJPII is involved in The FIRST Tech Challenge, a game mode for Middle to High School students. Since its creation in 2014, Team 9207 Skynet has participated in several FTC tournaments as a part of one of South Florida's Regional Leagues in Palm Beach. Each year through hard work and dedication, the team has qualified for The League Championship. In 2016's League Championship, the team received the honor of competing in the final rounds of the tournament. Their efforts resulted in a 2nd place finish and an Alliance Finalist trophy. The team also won back to back Think Awards for their engineering notebook, a compilation of the team's business plan, game strategies, robot designs, meeting minutes, and team information. This particular award highlights the team's ability to model an authentic engineering process reflective of what happens at real world engineering companies. One of the most important elements of FIRST is the spirit of gracious professionalism which is infused within all the efforts of FIRST teams. It promotes teamwork, kindness, professional behavior, and the idea that all teams should work together to meet their various goals -  these values are very important, and they reflect the virtues emphasized in Catholic education. 


S.A.D.D. stands for Students Against Destructive Decisions. The mission of S.A.D.D. is to help prevent young people from making "destructive decisions" such as drug abuse, alcohol abuse and teen bullying. Typical activities are: Red Ribbon anti-drug distributions, positive slogans posted on walls and placed in school fences, poster-signing promising to only drive sober after the big dance and hot cocoa sales for good, clean fun at Christmas time. Our chapters motto is: "Be happy at SADD!" We meet the first Wednesday of the month.

Science Club

Our mission is to engage students in service activities as “stewards of the earth” by a school-wide recycling program of paper and plastic/metal/glass and by participating in the annual mangrove cleanup in Boca Raton. We offer enriching exposure to science and health-related degrees and careers through after-school speakers and field trips, including the annual Health Career Convention to the University of Florida.

Lasallian Youth

The Service Club follows the example of Jesus in being of service to others. At school we hold blood drives, raise funds for scholarship, assist with the Christmas Angels Project, oversee the Lenten Missions, and many more activities. In the local community our involvement will include assisting at Boca Helping Hands, Young Humanitarians, and other events.

Spanish Club

Our goal is to give an extracurricular opportunity for students to experience Spanish language activities that go beyond the classroom setting. Our monthly meetings are generally formal discussions of the coming events. Our social gatherings are an opportunity to socialize, practice Spanish and participate in cultural activities.

Student Government

Our purpose is to serve the Saint John Paul II Academy community by planning and coordinating the various student activities within our school, through self government and coordination of extra-curricular activities. Our association promotes a closer relationship between the students, faculty and administration.

Thespian/Drama Club

The drama club at Saint John Paul II Academy is an active member of the Florida State Thespian Society. We compete as District 10 Troupe 6471 at the one act and individual event competitions at both the district and state levels. Along with the Thespian Society, we are also an active member of the South Florida Cappies and have one show critiqued each season. We are happy to be past Cappies Awards recipients and frequently published Cappies here at SJPII.

TV Production Club

The Television Production Club provides interested students at all grade levels with the basic fundamentals and knowledge of television production and broadcast communications. Students are trained and become proficient in script writing, shooting video, digital video editing, digital audio editing, graphics, and in the overall studio production process. Club meetings are twice a month.