Jesus’ call to love is a call to service. Saint John Vianney High School offers support to our students who respond to that call of love through a variety of different opportunities:
Saint John Vianney High School encourages its students to serve their communities through offering the Community Service Award. All students who perform 35 hours of service or more receive the award. Students are responsible for logging their hours through X2Vol. Parents and students can access information regarding how to log hours by going to the parent and student portals of the website as well as through Blackboard.
SENIOR SERVICE PROGRAM
As part of their Senior year, Seniors are required to complete 30 hours of service approved by the school. These 30 hours count toward the 35 hours for the Community Service Award. Parents and students can access Senior Service Documents through the parent and student portals of the website as well as through Blackboard.
SCHOOL WIDE COLLECTIONS
The Campus Ministry Office sponsors three major collections each year for the whole school community: Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. In addition, students are encouraged to work with the Campus Ministry Office to run their own collections. On average there are about 10-12 student initiated collections run each year.
SCHOOL SERVICE TRIPS
The Campus Ministry Office organizes bi-weekly service trips to the Monmouth/Ocean Foodbank in Neptune, and to Lunch Break in Red Bank. These trips are open to all students and are chaperoned by various faculty/staff members of the community. The goal of these service trips is to provide students and faculty/staff an opportunity to serve the local community together and to live out Jesus’ call to service of the poor.