Established in 1996, Catholic High School (CHS) has a rich history of serving the families in north Alabama and southern Tennessee. The CHS family is proud of our heritage and tradition of providing an exceptional, Christian-centered education to our students.
The inaugural CHS 1996/1997 school year featured classes for 9th and 10th grades. We continued to add grades over the next two years, adding Juniors in 1997/98 and Seniors in 1998/99.
Our first graduating class of 13 students was the Class of 1999 and the Class of 2000 was the first 4-year graduating class. We have grown over the past few years and our graduating classes have grown to more than 100 students!
We encourage all alumni to be involved in the JPII mission after graduation and invite you to join us at school events!
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I am so thankful to be a graduate of a high school that paid homage to the men and women who have served this country by saying the Pledge of Allegiance in assembly every morning. A very special thank you to those of you who fight everyday for America and it’s citizens. God bless the United States and it’s soldiers! Happy Veteran’s Day! #jp2gether #jp2alumni
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Alumni Spotlight: Hunter Leo Class of 2005: Upon graduating from CHS in 2005, Hunter Leo attended The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). He earned a BSBA in Information Systems with a focus in Systems Analysis and Design in December 2012. Then, deciding he could do a little better, he enrolled in UAH's graduate program. He graduated with a Master of Business Administration in May 2014. In February 2014, Hunter enlisted in the Alabama National Guard. He attended and graduated from Basic Training, Officer Candidate School, and Signal Basic Officer Leadership Course. In August of 2014, he was hired at IERUS Technologies. In February 2017, he married Constance Leo. Constance is a student at UAH and partner at Gordon Realty. Hunter is currently deployed to the Middle East in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. #jp2alumni #jp2gether
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