The Strategic Plan for St. John Vianney High School, while focusing on the next five years, also establishes a vision that will extend well into the future. In 2015, a 40-member planning committee was formed under chairmanship of Tina Klocke, a current Vianney parent and past Chief Financial Officer of Build-a-Bear.
The committee, whose work will continue this year, will make recommendations in the areas of:
Branding and Marketing
Enrollment Management Process
Enhancing Faculty/Staff Excellence
The objectives and strategies developed in the previous strategic plan were designed to achieve this vision.
… Catholic Marianist education that challenges students in scholarship, leadership, and to serve
… Being recognized as a college preparatory school with a rigorous curriculum
… Passionate and knowledgeable faculty and staff who promote collaborative leadership
… Quality curricular and co-curricular programs that integrate intellectual, spiritual, social and physical development of the whole person
… Family spirit and inclusivity
… Active learning that fosters high student achievement
… A safe, attractive and welcoming campus community
Transforming boys to exceptional Men of Character & Accomplishment
At St. John Vianney High School, a young man becomes a member of a family, dedicated to academic excellence, character-building and faith formation. Guided by a credentialed, caring faculty and enriched by activities that strengthen the mind and body, he sets out on a journey to fulfill his own potential. At the end of four years, the boy is literally transformed into a man, prepared for the rigors of college and eager to embrace life’s challenges and opportunities. He is a Golden Griffin, a man of character and accomplishment, now and forever.