The Saint John Vianney High School academic program offers a challenging, well-rounded, college-prep curriculum in a Catholic learning environment that facilitates student achievement at all levels of learning.
Through our College Prep, Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses, we prepare our students for the challenges of college, productive Catholic citizenship, and guide them toward the achievement of their personal goals.
Saint John Vianney High School offers students an extensive variety of learning opportunities. With our 4x4 block schedule, our students can choose eight courses each year in Theology, Business and Technology, English, Fine Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, Physical Education, and Health. Classes within each discipline integrate our Catholic faith and 21st Century Learning. All students are issued a Tablet laptop. Our academic departments are constantly breaking ground in technology education through the use of Blackboard Online Learning System, interactive whiteboards, multimedia production software, projection equipment, and other online resources.
New in 2014-2015: SJV now offers the Early College Academy (ECA) which is a very rigorous academic program in college math, science, and social sciences. Graduates of this academic challenging program are awarded an Associate’s Degree from Brookdale Community College in social sciences as well as a Saint John Vianney high school diploma. Students have the opportunity to begin college at the junior level. Admission to this very rigorous program depends on prior academic performance in middle school, standardized test scores, and scores on our placement examination.
Saint John Vianney High School is fully accredited by AdvancEd (http://www.advanc-ed.org/) and our academic curriculum follows, and in many areas exceeds, the guidelines established by the New Jersey Department of Education through its New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, as well as the Catholic education guidelines established by the Diocese of Trenton.