Thanks to the generosity of our St. John Vianney High School students, we were able to raise $7,420 during our annual toy drive last week.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Vianney Hall of Fame class.
Thank you to the St. John Vianney High School faculty and staff, which has achieved 100 percent participation in contributing to the Griffin Fund.
St. John Vianney High School senior Steven Bibas has been selected to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches High School All-America team, the organization announced on Monday.
The St. John Vianney High School Baseball Field has been selected as the National Field of the Year by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association.
Vianney High School senior Eric Kaiser shares his inspiring story about dealing with a rare condition called Usher Syndrome and not letting it limit what he's capable of.
For families who want to give their sons the best opportunity to grow, St. John Vianney High School is the Catholic high school that transforms boys into exceptional men of character and accomplishment. Vianney offers a two-semester, college style curriculum, taught in the Marianist tradition of humility and acceptance, that focuses on leadership in a welcoming, family environment.
Marianist schools help students bear witness with a personal and committed faith. They promote faith-and-culture dialogue and form in students gospel values and Christian attitudes.
Class of 2022 visits are open!
If you are going into 8th grade, come spend a day with a Griffin! You will get to see our active, engaging classes in action, meet our dedicated faculty and staff, and even get a free lunch in the world-famous Griffin Cafe.
Check out Griffin Sports
2017-18 sports schedules have been posted for many Griffin sports. Check out a game this season! Please see the link below to download our team sports schedules.
Support Our Cause!
There are many ways you can make a gift to St. John Vianney High School that lasts forever! Every gift, no matter how small or large, makes a difference in the lives of our students.