Student Activities

Student Activities

Students Having Club Meeting - Saint John Vianney High SchoolActivities Coordinators:

    • Mr. Hernandez - - Ext 142
    • Miss Shalkowski - - Ext 252

Monthly Club Meetings are posted on the Student and Parent calendars. Parents, please login to the Parent section of the webpage and Students, please login to the student section of the webpage to view your calendar.

Introduction: Joining a club offers you the opportunity to become actively involved in school, while making new friends, developing your interests and talents, and helping others at the same time. You will find the experience to be a most rewarding one!

The clubs described here are opened to any student in the school who has an interest in what the club is all about. You are encouraged to consider joining at least one. If you are hesitant to do that alone, join with a friend! If you have any questions about the clubs, come into the Activities Office or ask the Club Advisor.

Generally, clubs meet twice a month, (every other week) during lunch. However, some clubs/activities have unique schedules based on their needs or may meet after school, as needed.

Plan on experiencing a successful school year! Plan on getting involved!

Service Clubs

Service Clubs are often social as well as educational but that have a very specific goal of providing services within the Saint John Vianney High School, local towns, national, or international communities.

Each service club has a unique perspective on providing students with knowledge, commitment and involvement! The moderator is responsible for meetings and directions for student activities.

This is a great way to get involved in something fun and make a difference at the same time!

Announcement Club
Catholic Athletes for Christ
Film Club
Key Club
Military Support Club
More Than Just Special
Social Justice

Academic Clubs

Academic Clubs provide students that have an interest in a specific academic area to meet students with similar interests as well as providing them with additional exposure to the subject matter outside of the classroom.

The primary objective of these clubs is to have fun learning!

Chinese Club
Creative Writing
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America
History Club
Italian Club

Junior States America

Mock Trial Team
Model UN
Political Science Club
Pre-Med Club
Physics Club

Social Clubs

Social Clubs are geared towards hobbies and talents. It is another way to meet people who have similar interests and get involved in school activities.

American Sign Language Club
Animal Awareness Club
Art Club
Book Club
Classic Car Club (C3)
Criminal Justice Club
Culinary Club
Cultural Awareness Club
Cyber Security Club
Digital Photography Club
Empowerment Club
Fashion Design Club
Football Stats Club
Latino Club
Music Club
Students for Life