Curriculum

Since its founding in 1969, Saint John Vianney High School has strived to provide students with an academic curriculum that is both rigorous and well-rounded. With more than 99% of our graduates going on to attend college, we fully prepare our students for the challenges of college academics. We offer a wealth of different courses to allow the students of Saint John Vianney High School to fully develop their capabilities, enrich their personal lives, and enhance their growth as Christian leaders in the community.

2017 2018 Curriculum Guide

Class Categories

In order to provide students with a complete education, we have a number of Academic Departments.

Theology: Classes include an introductory Catholic teachings course, aimed at students who come from different faiths, as well as classes that focus on the history of the Church and the application of Church doctrine to modern issues.

Business and Technology: Courses include marketing, accounting, computer-aided design (CAD), communication technology, robotics, engineering, and even stem engineering.

English: Classes included journalism, creative writing, yearbook, and both standard and honors English courses for every grade.

Fine and Performing Arts: Courses include theater, advanced drawing, piano, guitar, band, photography, textile design, and chorus.

Mathematics: Courses range from algebra and geometry, to mathematics modeling, calculus, and statistics.

Science: Classes including chemistry, biology, marine biology, anatomy, physics, and forensics. Each grade level has physical education and health classes, as well as an honors course that is focused on athletic training.

Social Studies: Courses include U.S. history, world history, American law, American civilization, sociology, economics, and psychology.

World Language: Course offerings are French, Italian, Spanish, Latin, and Mandarin Chinese.

Early College Academy Courses

Saint John Vianney High School is proud to offer a unique program that allows students to obtain an associate's degree in conjunction with their high school diploma. The courses available through this program include computer science, speech, English comp, and a variety of other mathematic, language, and social studies offerings.

Participation in College Athletics

Student-athletes who wish to participate in NCAA athletics must meet certain academic requirements. These requirements are set by the NCAA Clearinghouse, and can be viewed here http://eligibilitycenter.org/.

To learn more about Saint John Vianney High School, or to speak to a member of our team, contact us today.

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