Saint John Vianney High School's Honor Societies recognize students that have attained a high level of achievement in their academic studies.
Saint John Vianney High School - Curé d’Ars Chapter
Moderator: Mr. J. Fano
The National Honor Society is an organization which gives recognition to students who have achieved outstanding performance levels in scholarship, character, leadership and service. Qualifying juniors and seniors are inducted into the NHS which takes place in the Fall of each year. Requirements for induction appear in the SJV Calendar Handbook.
Students do not apply to the NHS, but are notified in September of each year that they qualify based on their cumulative grade point average.
World Language Honor Society
Moderator: Mrs. H. Rosato, Ms. A. Bellia, Mr. T. Keene, Mrs. Q. Gu
The purpose of the honor societies is to recognize outstanding scholarship in World Languages.
To be considered for membership, candidates must have completed level III and be enrolled in a Honors IV or V course with an overall average of 95 or higher (not rounded). Candidates must have maintained over a 3.0 average or higher in all other school subjects prior to the semester of selection.
Students who have met the academic and conduct requirements will be inducted in the spring.