Admissions
    • Paul VI - Better Than Ever!
Welcome to the Paul VI Admissions Office. We’re here to provide information and assistance to prospective students and their families as they begin the high school search.
  • We conduct tours, school visits, Open House, and other events designed to acquaint families with the family of Paul VI High School.
  • We are here to answer questions about the application procedures, and to assist families as they engage in the admissions process.
  • We take pride in connecting our prospective families with the members of our Paul VI community to help inquiring families learn about any aspect of life at Paul VI. Whether academics, service, arts, athletics, finances, transportation, technology or scheduling - any area that is of interest or concern to a prospective family is a priority for Paul VI Admissions.
  • At Paul VI High School, we seek young men and women who are willing to undertake a serious college-preparatory curriculum and adhere to the conduct that reflects our Christian environment. Students are admitted to Paul VI on the basis of their academic performance records in grades six through eight.
We hope you’ll join us at an upcoming Admissions event, to see for yourself how our Paul VI Eagles soar!

Kathleen Stewart, Director of Admissions

List of 2 members.

  • Mrs. Kathleen Stewart 

    Admissions Director
    856-858-4900 ext.336
    Villanova University - BA
  • Mr.  Glenn Hutton 

    Paul VI Admissions
    856-858-4900 ext. 326
    Bloomsburg University - BS
    2009
What drew us to Paul VI for our son was the fact that PVI offers something for every student; the course selection is extensive, and there are numerous extracurricular opportunities – sports, clubs, as well as creative and performing arts programs. Also very important to us was the level of technology – each student has a laptop or iPad, allowing them to be better prepared for college and beyond. What has kept us here at PVI is our son’s success – he is excelling academically, athletically and socially. Also, there are many opportunities for parents to get involved; PVI really is more than just a school, it’s a family.

- Mary Kay and Ron August
  Parents of Ryan, Class of ‘14