Whatever challenges may lay ahead, SJVHS teachers will be prepared to continue to do what they do best: provide an excellent Catholic education
Saint John Vianney High School is committed to providing a nurturing environment for students that encourages individual growth and development on all levels. We ensure not only academic and spiritual learning, but also exciting athletic activities. Our high school athletics program offers more than 30 different varsity sports, as well more than 30 club activities.
Teams and Coaches
Michael Alberque is the athletic director, assisted by Patrick Smith as the assistant athletic director. We offer an extensive selection of fall, winter, and spring sports opportunities for students.
During the fall, students can participate in football, boys and girls soccer, field hockey, girls tennis and volleyball, boys and girls cross country, cheer, and dance. Winter sports include boys and girls basketball and winter track, wrestling, bowling, ice hockey, swimming, cheer, and dance. Spring activities include boys tennis, boys and girls golf, lacrosse, and track, baseball, softball, and boys volleyball.
Schedules and Scores
Saint John Vianney High School regularly posts daily schedules for sporting events and practices for students and families. Recent scores are also updated on the website.
RECOGNITIONs and Hall of Fame
We congratulate all of our athletes as they participate in our high school athletics programs. We also post announcements and accolades about specific athletes or teams that achieve noteworthy accomplishments such as high scores or times, final rankings, and being named to conference teams.
Hall of Fame inductees are also posted on our website. Hall of Fame inductees include the 1973 cross country team and the 1991 girls' basketball team.
We are proud of our high school athletics facilities at Saint John Vianney High School. Our campus features 38 acres of land that include athletic fields, a six-lane track, two baseball fields, two softball fields, a soccer field, a lacrosse field, and a field hockey field. We also have a lighted turf athletic stadium. Our indoor gym features a state-of-the-art weight training facility, and we are proud to offer a "Bubble" for our indoor Vianney Activity Center.
Students are welcome to participate in our strength and conditioning training, designed to help athletes excel in a variety of different sports. The program goals of this training involve preparing athletes to participate in sports programs safely and to compete successfully. Weight training has been found to be especially effective for building strength, enhancing performance, and improving agility.
Let us keep those people that lost loved ones in the 9/11 attacks in our thoughts and prayers.
Items can be dropped off in the Main Office
This year's golf outing will be held at Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club on Monday, October 12th
The wake is Wednesday, August 26th (5-8pm) at Damiano Funeral Home, Long Branch.
Congratulations! We will miss you! You will always be a Lancer!
Parents will be able to choose to send their child to school, choose a blended model of learning, or have their child learn from home.
The ECA Valedictorian is Elizabeth Brogna and the ECA Salutatorian is Brooke Simmons. The Class of 2020 Valedictorian is Riley Dinnell and the Salutatorian is Koye Oputa.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! We will miss you, you will always be a Lancer! Stay Vianney Strong!