Mr. Christopher Keavy
Mr. Christopher Keavy arrived on Cape in 2006 in order to lead the planning process which resulted in the opening of Pope John Paul II High School in 2007. In 2013, he was named Head of School of St. John Paul II High School and St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School. He also teaches Introduction to Western Philosophy.
He is a member of the Commission on Independent Schools of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and has led numerous Visiting Committees at Catholic high schools throughout New England.
Previously, Mr. Keavy worked at Cleveland’s Padua Franciscan High School as Theology Department Chairperson and Principal of the 1100-student school. He also taught and ministered in Catholic schools and service agencies in Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. Keavy holds a B.A. from Assumption College (Politics, Philosophy), an M.A. from Boston College (Philosophy), and an M.A. in Educational Administration from Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
He and his family are parishioners of St. Pius X Church in South Yarmouth.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley
Mrs. Kelley is a graduate of Regis College, and is currently working toward earning her Masters’ Degree in Catholic School Administration through the University of Dayton.
Mrs. Kelley is active in the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and has served as member and assistant chair on visiting committees. Mrs. Kelley was the chair of the SFXP 2012 re-accreditation self-study.
Mrs. Kelley taught previously in El Mirage, Arizona. There she taught reading to students in grades seven and eight as well as art across the curriculum. Prior to her relocation to Arizona, Mrs. Kelley taught at the Ben Franklin Charter School in Franklin, MA, and at Hudson Catholic High School, her alma mater. Mrs. Kelley also taught religious education in the middle school grades.
She and her family are parishioners of St. Pius X Church.
Mrs. Deborah Warms
Mrs. Warms holds a B.S. in Mathematics and an M. Ed. degree from Worcester State College and has completed extensive post- graduate coursework at Cambridge College, Fitchburg State, and Framingham State College. Mrs. Warms served as a mathematics teacher at Charlton Middle School for sixteen years before relocating to Cape Cod. Mrs. Warms is a member of Our Lady of Assumption Parish in Osterville.