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The Chicago School’s online Ph.D. Business Psychology: Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Program prepares graduates for leadership positions as industrial organizational psychologists in global organizations. By building a strong foundation in the principles of psychology, graduates of this online industrial organizational psychology Ph.D. program will be prepared to provide effective business solutions in today’s multicultural business environment. Aided […]

The Chicago School’s online Ph.D. Business Psychology: Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Program prepares graduates for leadership positions as industrial organizational psychologists in global organizations. By building a strong foundation in the principles of psychology, graduates of this online industrial organizational psychology Ph.D. program will be prepared to provide effective business solutions in today’s multicultural business environment.

Aided by the guidance and support of our practitioner faculty with years of experience in business and industrial organizational psychology, The Chicago School’s dissertation model ensures that students continue to reach key milestones in a timely fashion. Over the period of three semesters, students work one-on-one with faculty supervisors to complete their proposal, draft, and final dissertation with oral defense.

Industrial psychologists with an advanced business psychology degree are uniquely qualified to provide assessment and interventions to address and solve organizational conflicts, enhance performance, and manage cross-functional teams. Industrial organizational business psychologists can find work in nonprofit or for-profit organizations, working closely with:

  • Business owners
  • Human resource personnel
  • CEOs
  • Supervisors

Ph.D. in Business Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Track: Online Student Experience

Through the convenience of The Chicago School’s online Ph.D programs, your life remains intact as you earn your online psychology degree. Our online Global Student Dashboard is where you will find all of the components to successfully complete your industrial psychology graduate program. There, you’ll find your coursework and assignments, interact with fellow students, and ask questions of your instructor.

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This course provides an understanding of career development theories and decision-making models; occupational, educational information sources and systems; assessment instruments and techniques relevant to career planning and decision making, career, lifestyle, and leisure counseling; guidance and education; career development program planning; resources; and effectiveness evaluation. (3 credits)

Systems Theory

Organizations are living systems. To work and improve organizations, we need to understand them as systems. This course focuses on the investigation and applications of Open Systems Theory. The importance of the input->throughput->output flow will be assessed within the scope of boundaries and the environment as well as feedback and interdependencies. Specific attention will be given to the different functions for internal operations that are necessary for maintenance and equilibrium. Organizations and teams will be the main focus but the obvious connections to any group or family will be addressed. (3 credits)

Virtual and Global Leadership

This course provides students with the techniques for structuring, managing, and motivating teams that reside in virtual environments. Topics include challenges of leading a virtual team with members in various geographical locations, virtual team structure, effective multi-cultural communication, motivation and performance considerations, and knowledge sharing in a virtual, distributed team.


Students who enter the program post-baccalaureate will complete two 300-credit hour internships (for a total of 600 hours of internship experience). The internship should involve the student in learning specific, transferable, I/O-relevant or HR-relevant professional skills. All internship must be pre-approved by the faculty internship supervisor.

Completion of the dissertation is an essential aspect of Business Psychology students’ academic experience and professional education. It provides the school the opportunity to evaluate the student’s ability to think critically and creatively about an applied issue in business psychology and to produce new research in the field. The dissertation should clearly and concisely demonstrate the student’s command of the research in a specific area of business psychology that relates to industrial organizational psychology. In the dissertation, will conduct empirical research using quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods to produce new knowledge within the theoretical framework that comprises the Ph.D. Business Psychology curriculum.


Application to The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Business Psychology doctoral program is open to any person who has earned a master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with 36 hours in psychology, behavioral science or management. Students applying to the Ph.D. in Business Psychology program must submit the following:

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  • Essay – Please answer the following two questions on separate sheets of paper (approximately 500 words each):
    • In what areas (e.g., selection and placement, organizational development, performance management) will you, as a business psychologist, affect or contribute to the business world? How will your contributions differ from those with an M.B.A. or other business training?
    • In your role as a business psychology student, you are likely to work and study with people from many backgrounds. Tell us what will be some of the challenges for you studying with people different from yourself, and what you would contribute in your interactions with them.
  • Official College/University Transcripts
    • Students must submit official transcripts from all schools where degrees have been earned. The Chicago School requires that all schools be regionally accredited higher education institutions. Official transcripts may be sent directly from the institution or with your application for admission as long as they are official, sealed, and signed across the envelope flap when they arrive.
  • Previous Coursework
    • Bachelor or Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in Psychology, the Behavioral Sciences, or Management
      • Student’s entering post-masters must have a master’s degree equivalent to 36 semester hours, and:
      • 21 hours of the following IO Psychology graduate courses:
        • Principles of Industrial Psychology
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        • Two internship courses or an Applied Project/Thesis equivalent
        • Performance Appraisal
        • Training
        • Surveys
      • 3 letters of recommendation from academic professors or professional or volunteer experience supervisors.
      • Official GRE Score (Post-Bachelor entry point applicants only, not required of applicants holding a conferred master’s degree)
      • Generally, an undergraduate or graduate GPA of a 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required for admission to the school’s Business Psychology doctoral program.
      • Depending on the number of hours an applicant is missing, these prerequisite requirements can be fulfilled at the Chicago School prior to admission to the Ph.D. Business Psychology (I/O Track) program by enrolling in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Generalist Certificate.  Prerequisites for admission may also be fulfilled at the Chicago School by successfully completing comparable coursework following the policies outlined in the Student at Large section of the catalog.

Ph.D. Business Psychology: I/O Track Progression Requirements
This program requires applicants to have successfully completed (with a grade earned of “C” or better) at least two (2) undergraduate courses by the end of their first semester (second online term) of study. One (1) course must be in statistics, and at least one (1) course must be an upper level undergraduate or master’s level organizational behavior or psychology course.  Students must successfully meet this progression requirement through the following options:

  • A grade of “C” or higher in TCS 380 Introduction to Psychology and TCS 390 Introduction to Statistics;
  • A grade of “C” or higher in a comparable course(s) at the Chicago School; or
  • A grade of “C” or higher in a comparable course(s) at another regionally accredited institution

Applicants accepted who are missing one or both of the two (2) courses will be required to register for the applicable TCS course(s) in their first ground semester or online term. All students must meet this progression requirement by the end of their first semester (second online term) of study. Students who do not successfully fulfill this requirement will not be allowed to register in any future coursework in the program of study until this requirement is met. Extensions can be granted by the Program Chair or designee when extenuating circumstances prevent completion of the requirement in the specified timeframe.  Requests for an extension must be submitted in writing to the Program Chair for consideration.


The Chicago School is dedicated to keeping our professional degree programs accessible to anyone, regardless of financial status. In addition to the scholarships that may be available, our Financial Aid Department will help provide you with information to determine what financial arrangements are right for you.

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Become a catalyst for change in the workplace as you explore the intricate relationships between human behavior and organizational success in one of the first online doctoral programs in industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology.

With demand for I/O psychologists expected to grow by 6% between 2016 and 2026,* Walden’s online PhD in I/O Psychology program can provide you with the knowledge and credentials you need to lead change in tomorrow’s global workplaces. Through coursework focused on theories and principles grounded in scientific research, you can hone your understanding of employee and organizational behavior as you learn to apply best practices to assess organizational needs, create more synergistic workplaces, and improve employee performance and productivity.

Why earn your PhD in I/O Psychology from Walden?

As a student, you can:

  • Automatically waive six courses if you have earned a master’s degree in a related field, shortening your journey to a PhD.**
  • Choose from five specializations selected according to the demands of the workforce.
  • Learn from a curriculum designed according to the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  • Choose between a fully online or blended format—whichever best fits your schedule.
  • Enroll in the Evidence-Based Coaching specialization, which prepares you to sit for the Board Certified Coach Examination.

**Master’s Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology

The PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology program’s Evidence-Based Coaching specialization has been designed to prepare students to sit for the national Board Certified Coach Examination (BCCE), which is administered by the Center for Credentialing and Education. Walden enrollment advisors can provide information relating to national certification exams; however, it remains the individual’s responsibility to understand, evaluate, and comply with all requirements relating to national certification exams for the state in which he or she intends to practice. Walden makes no representations or guarantee that completion of Walden coursework or programs will permit an individual to obtain national certification. For more information regarding the application process, visit www.cce-global.org/Credentialing/BCC/Exam .

About the Blended Course Format

When you select the blended course option, you may take up to two core courses that combine both online and in-person learning experiences. These courses provide:

  • In-person immersion in scenarios that reflect the day-to-day situations you will face as an I/O practitioner in the field.
  • Opportunities to apply course content through role-playing, reflection, teamwork, feedback, and coaching.
  • In-person guidance from faculty members who are highly experienced I/O practitioners.

Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Explain behavior using current theory and research in industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology.
  2. Discuss the history of industrial and organizational psychology, how the specialty of I/O psychology is unique, and how to develop an I/O psychology identity.
  3. Critically examine how key industrial and organizational issues impact organizations (i.e., issues such as selection, performance management, performance measurement, job analysis, individual behavior, leadership, motivation, organizational culture, work teams, and/or job attitudes).
  4. Correctly utilize principles of basic and advanced research methods to produce independent scholarly research.
  5. Evaluate research in the area of industrial and organizational psychology.
  6. Develop empirically-based organizational intervention practices.
  7. Evaluate the effectiveness of organizational interventions.
  8. Use ethical research and intervention practices.
  9. Evaluate the influence of diverse populations on individual, group, and organizational behavior.
  10. Apply principles of industrial and organizational psychology to scholarly and/or professional activities to promote lifelong learning.
  11. Engage in research practices that result in positive social change.

Save Time and Money on Your Degree

The ability to transfer credit at Walden can give you a more seamless, effective, and cost-efficient way to continue your education. Complete your required coursework sooner by transferring applicable required graduate credits into a Walden degree program.

Find detailed information for the Human Resource Management specialization of this program, or all other specializations of this program, including possible occupations, completion rate, program costs, and median student loan debt.

Note on Licensure
The PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2017–18 Edition, Psychologists, on the internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/psychologists.htm#tab-6 (viewed online December 20, 2017). National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.

Note: Time to completion and cost are not estimates of individual experience and will vary based on individual factors applicable to the student. Factors may be programmatic or academic, such as tuition and fee increases; transfer credits accepted by Walden; program or specialization changes; unsuccessful course completion; credit load per term; part-time vs. full-time enrollment; writing, research, and editing skills; use of external data for the doctoral study/dissertation; and individual progress in the program. Other factors may include personal issues such as the student’s employment obligations, caregiving responsibilities, or health issues; leaves of absence; or other personal circumstances.
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    Answer — Yes and no! Since joy is experienced non-verbally through eye contact below the level of consciousness, joy cannot technically be faked. If you smile at someone you’re not really glad to be with, that person will not experience joy in their brain. Or, if someone smiles at you that isn’t really gladto be with you, your brain knows the difference and doesn’t release dopamine in response.

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    You can see how much joy you have compared to pseudo joy by taking the free JoyQ test and comparing the scores on the Joy and Pseudo-joy scales.

    Question — How do you practice forgiveness when resolving conflict between your kids?

    Answer — At the heart of the problem of conflict is that we almost always want the “other person” to give us peace and resolution to the conflict, and only after that happens do we turn to God to help with forgiveness. (This is especially true with children) The problem with this method is that other people can rarely give us peace, even when they “fix” what hurt us. Getting back what was taken from us, or getting an apology from someone isn’t really the first step to resolving conflict.

    If we go to God first, and get our peace from Him, then forgiveness can flow much more naturally and honestly. Teaching our children to look to God for peace instead of each other is going to help them handle and resolve conflict more easily as they grow up.

    The problem with this answer is that this is a skill that many of us adults haven’t fully acquired. Learning this for yourself is a key first step. We cannot pass onto others what we don’t have for ourselves. To learn more about finding peace with God first, check out our materials on Immanuel Healing or Immanuel lifestyle.

    Questions — What if you feel and thought you have forgiven someone, yet you have some sort of resentment you can’t seem to figure out or let go of? How can I handle residual sadness and anger that come up even after I feel I have truly forgiven someone?

    Answer — There are a few different reasons why we might have left over resentment, anger or sadness even after we think we have forgiven someone.

    1. We might have only forgiven them from our heads (as a decision) rather than from our hearts (spiritual understanding). If this is the case, we might still be seeing the problem more clearly than the relationship.

    2. Another reason might be that we have not completely identified exactly WHAT needs to be forgiven, or additional repercussions keep arising that we weren’t aware of when we forgave originally. For instance, let’s say we forgave someone for a damaged car fender, but later we have to replace the tire, then our insurance goes up, and a year later there is a noise and vibration up in the fender that we have to get looked at. These additional features that we were unaware of when we forgave must be added to the cost and may require additional forgiveness!

    3. Another common reason for resentment is that we are not fully healed from the damage done and the pain is ongoing.

    4. We could be experiencing “triggered memories” associated with an offense.  For example, I might forgive my friend for lying to me, but discover that resentment keeps showing up because I have unresolved, and unforgiven issues from when my mother would lie to me as a child about her drinking.

    NO matter what the reason for your left over resentment, anger or sadness…. Entering into an open-ended Immanuel moment with the question, “What do I need to know about this nagging resentment (or anger, or sadness) will likely prove helpful.

    Question — What if I forgive people, but I don’t feel I need to worry about or concern myself with whether they improve or be the person God intended them to be?

    Answer — Jesus’ statement that, “If you do not forgive others from your heart neither will God forgive you.” is a sobering one in connection with this question. What is described in this question is actually a feeling of indifference to others. Developing indifference is not the same as forgiveness and Jesus suggests that we will be treated the same way by God. Do we really want God to not worry or to not be concerned about who we become? Forgiveness is a statement of love for who others really are.

    Perhaps you might consider exploring this feeling of indifference with Immanuel in a similar manner to someone who has left over anger. Try asking Him the open ended question, “What do you want me to know about this feeling of indifference?”

    Question — If we aren’t designed to be negative, how can I be such a negative person and never able to find joy or peace?

    Answer — The short answer is that you aren’t living as designed. You are in short, malfunctioning from the original design. You are not the only one. Malfunctions are so common that we can rightly claim that all people have failed to become the person they were meant to become. Malfunctions are also so common that most people believe that the way they are functioning is normal. They believe that they were probably designed to be the way they are.

    It’s not hard to become low-joy when we have lived our entire lives in a low-joy environment, been sinned against, mistreated ourselves, or lived with attachment pain from past, present or feared losses. This type of life has fear as the driving factor rather than joy. When our brain runs on fear it focuses on the negative, it’s always on the lookout for unseen and potential threats that may or may not actually be there (this process is also referred to as STRESS). Recognizing that this “negative” attribute is actually fear based is an important realization.

    To learn more about fear check out the Jesus In Mind Talks Vol 22 titled No Fear.

    Another helpful thing is to be sure that your nervous system “normal” is set to “appreciation” and not to “worry.” A surprisingly easy to understand (but often not so easy to do) solution can be found by first learning to feel appreciation in your body until you can sustain the feeling for 5 minutes. Next you spend the first and last 5 minutes of each day, along with 5 minutes in the middle of the day, feeling appreciation. Within a month of this daily practice most people will reset their “normal” to appreciation rather than to fear. Most of the Life Model Works courses include instruction on feeling appreciation if you need more help.

    Question — Where is the place of the Holy Spirit in forgiveness and joy? 

    Answer — The Holy Spirit is fully involved in forgiveness and joy without you even realizing it. (The Holy Spirit doesn’t usually draw attention to himself when helping those who are not aware of God’s activity on a regular basis)

    The Holy Spirit provides

    • The peace
    • The vision of who the other person is
    • The understanding of who we really are created to become
    • The vision or sense of  God’s “Presence” that our brain must be trained to recognize and value

    Question — How do you forgive someone that will never change?

    Answer — The fact is that we will often have to forgive other people who don’t want to change. We have to remember that getting them to change is not our primary goal. Remember that Jesus said “For if you forgive men when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.  But if you do not forgive men their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.” Matthew 6:14-15

    Forgiveness is between us and God.

    If another person is to change, that’s between them and God?

    So how do we interact with those who have hurt us and don’t want to change? We tend to think of forgiveness as walking away as though nothing happened. That’s actually denial.

    Most of the times we forgive another will be for something that the person we forgive will never change. They might even be proud of it.

    Forgiveness never says it’s fine to go on doing wrong things.

    Consider for a moment the example Jesus gave us. He was the master forgiver who was on earth for little other reason than to practice forgiveness. If you look at how he treated people who never changed, we will see that he insisted to his moment of death that they should turn from their ways and start to act like they were created to act and follow Him.

    Jesus never forgot that they were in a very serious malfunction and not acting like themselves. We have the opportunity and the privilege to remind them that change is possible, if they turn to Jesus.

    Question — How do I talk to my kids about behavior that is “not their true selves”? How do I not condone the behavior but show “joy” and acceptance?

    Answer — Perhaps the simplest answer to a very complex question is, “Talk to your children with curiosity about who they really are.”

    It might go like this. “Henry, I see you shouting at your sister. When you were a tiny baby I used to look at you and wonder who you would be when you grew up. I knew God gave you a wonderful identity that we would need to discover as you grew. When we forget who God created us to be we feel very unhappy. How unhappy are you right now? (A lot) I don’t think your sister can make you peaceful right now because every time you look at her with your Lego box you just get angrier. We will take care of your sister as soon as we can find who you really are and get your peace back.”

    This is where our own relational brain skills (or lack of them) will show up.

    • Can you stay relational and return to joy from anger yourself? If not, then that missing skill will cripple you until everyone in the room is no longer angry (and that could take a long time).
    • Are you able to remain aware of God’s presence in the midst of conflict? (You can’t teach your children this if you can’t do it for yourself)
      • You might be able to ask children things like “Can you see Jesus here with us right now?” and if yes, “What does he want you to know?” even if you struggle with this because children are often more aware of God than we are.
    • Do you have the skill we call “Godsight” which would enable you to be able to tell the difference between what Jesus might actually be saying and a child’s projection of God into their will and anger? (Pay attention to what Jesus says to each child personally. Be very cautious of any message through a child or anyone else that purports to be from God that seems manipulative and does not bring peace!)
    • Can you quiet yourself? Quiet others interactively?
    • Do you know when to take a break (either a long one or a brief pause to check on your own relational circuits and attachment?)

    Thrive , Connexus and other LMW training are helpful for developing these skills but without a full toolbox of skills even talking to children about their true selves can be very difficult to do.

    Remember, if you are raising your children well you will be able to help them develop a curiosity over time about who God wants them to be in every context of life. It makes an excellent way to learn together.

    Question — Because adolescence is the time a person becomes aware and develops their individuality, and because we cannot see ourselves as we are, does it seem harmful for kids to be around their peers all the time?

    Answer — Adolescents will develop deformed identities if:

    1. They are around their peers all the time
    2. They are not allowed to have enough time around their peers

    Interaction with peers is essential to developing a group identity, learning to use power well, achieving a personal sense of style and forming lifelong partnerships.

    However, when this process is not supplemented with excellent adult role models, partnerships and responsibilities, the outcome can be a disaster.  This is why the concept of “multi-generational community” is so key. This topic is an important part of the Life Model Maturity retreats and is covered extensively in the book currently called, Living with Men .

    What questions do you have about forgiveness?

    Want to learn how to forgive? Start here.

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    For decades, Dr. Jim Wilder has been delving into biblical scripture, spiritual formation and brain science. He has authored and co-authored many books, such as Living from the Heart Jesus Gave You and Joy Starts Here: The Transformation Zone .

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    Windows Movie Maker is a program designed by Microsoft for making, editing and publishing videos. It lets you create customized movies and presentations.

    However, this freeware can only support a number of file formats such as WMV. If you’re just starting to grasp the basics of editing videos, Windows Movie Maker is an easy-to-use program. You can edit a video in any way you like by adding video effects, narration, background music and still images, and you can also remove unwanted parts of the video. For these reasons, many people want to convert videos into a format that’s compatible with this program.

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    Reception                                           Wednesday, 5th SeptemberReception Pupils NEW to Osbaldwick Primary
    ReceptionThursday, 6th SeptemberReception Pupils who attended Osbaldwick Pre-school last year
    HALF TERM – School ClosedMonday, 29th OctoberFriday, 2nd November
    Autumn Term (2nd half)Monday, 5th NovemberFriday, 21st December
    INSET DAY – School Closed (Ebor)Friday, 16th NovemberStaff Only
    CHRISTMAS BREAK – School ClosedMonday, 24th DecemberFriday, 4th January 2019
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    Summer Term (2nd half)Monday, 3rd JuneMonday, 22nd July
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    Phone Number 617-389-0240
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    Enrollment by grade

    9th Grade 39
    10th Grade 55
    11th Grade 72
    12th Grade 92

    More about Pope John Xxiii High School

    Locale Everett
    Type Catholic
    Affiliation Roman Catholic
    Student body 258
    Days in year 180
    Hours in day 6.67
    Full-time teachers 21

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    State

    Massachusetts

    Number of Students

    292

    SAT Average

    1290

    Accepting Students to Grades

    9-12

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    State

    Massachusetts

    Number of Students

    292

    SAT Average

    1290

    Accepting Students to Grades

    9-12

    Pope John XXIII High School

    Private Boarding School

    Everett
    ,
    Massachusetts

    Pope John XXIII High School offers a co-educational, college preparatory curriculum in a vibrant, urban environment. A private Roman Catholic day and boarding school, it accepts
    US and international students in grades 9-12. Located 15 minutes from downtown Boston, Pope John XXIII Regional High School is near some of the best universities in
    America, such as Harvard University, MIT and Tufts.

    FACILITIES

    Facilities consist of an auditorium, a gymnasium and off-site athletic fields, along with science labs and a media center.
    SPORTS AND ARTS
    The high school has a number of boys and girls competitive sports to pick from including tennis, soccer, baseball, volleyball and even a championship basketball team.
    For the artistically inclined there’s an award-winning fine arts program that presents musicals and talent shows. Special off-campus student trips are regularly organized to
    performances at The American Repertory Theater and The Boston Ballet.

    AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    Boston Magazine ranked Pope John XXIII Regional High School 6th in delivering the best academic value for the price.

    DORMITORIES AND STUDENT LIFE
    The campus residence hall is split into separate areas for boys and girls with single and double room options. The dormitory features Wi-Fi, cable TV, living rooms, and a game
    room. Family-style meals are served in the private dining room. What’s more, Sullivan Square (a nearby shopping and dining district) is easily accessible by the bus that stops
    in front of the high school.


    Location
    Located just five miles north of Boston, With its easy access to the city and Mystic River, there are plenty of activities to keep foreign students busy. Students can go to the movies, shop the streets, or just hang out at their favorite pizza shop. The bus stop in front of the school takes students directly to Sullivan Square, a favorite neighborhood of Bostonians.

    Dates
    Estimated Fall Start: Early September
    Estimated Fall End: Mid-January
    Estimated Spring Start: Late January
    Estimated Spring End: Late May

    School Facts

    Student Population

    Co-Educational

    Number of Students

    292

    Accepting Students to Grades

    9-12

    Teacher/Student Ratio

    1:12

    Average Class Size

    12

    ESL Programs

    Yes

    IB Programs

    No

    Offer Diploma

    Yes

    School Uniform

    Yes

    Religious Affiliation

    Catholic

    SAT Average

    1290

    Foreign Languages

    • Italian
    • Spanish

    University Acceptance Rate

    100%

    Arts

    • Drama
    • Drawing
    • Music
    • Painting

    AP Courses

    • Biology
    • Calculus AB
    • Chemistry
    • English Language and Composition
    • English Literature and Composition
    • European History
    • Human Geography
    • Physics
    • Statistics

    Sports

    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball

    Extracurricular Activities & Clubs

    • Chorus
    • Creative Writing
    • Diversity
    • Drama
    • Model United Nations
    • Multi Cultural
    • National Honor Society
    • Science
    • Social
    • Step
    • Student Government
    • Student Newspaper
    • Yearbook

    School Location

    Partial List of College and University Acceptances

    Bentley University, Boston University, California State Polytechnic University, University of Connecticut, Drexel University, Hofstra University, Lesley University, Marymount
    University, Loyola University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, University of Massachusetts, Montserrat College of Art, University of New Hampshire, New York Institute of Technology, Pace University, Pennsylvania State University, Purdue University, University of San Francisco, Simmons College, State University of New York (SUNY), Syracuse University, Temple University, Wheaton College

    University Acceptance Rate:
    100%

    ACT Average:
    28

    Closest International and Local Airports: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
    For Details Visit Website:  Pope John XXIII High School

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