It is our firm belief that all students can achieve real academic success that leads to college and career opportunities. A student's academic achievement must also parallel personal development. That is why the student services team is dedicated to advocating on behalf of our young men academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually, to help mold them into Men of Character and Accomplishment.
Academic Support happens in many ways, as each student’s needs are unique. Whether our learning consultants are advocating for students with learning differences, our counselors are assisting students in choosing their academic path to college, or the team is helping to develop study skills and test-taking strategies to conquer standardized testing, we are all working to help your son find academic success. Your son will have the same counselor all four years allowing him to develop a strong relationship with his counselor.
College Counseling starts in the freshman year and Vianney recognizes that college preparation and admissions really is a four-year process. What begins with teaching executive functioning and study skills as a freshman, leads to a discovery of skills and interests in the sophomore and junior years, and, ultimately, an empowered and thoughtfully considered college choice in their senior year. We support our Griffins with an individualized approach to post-secondary plans.
Wellness is an active, ongoing pursuit, similar to developing academic success and building a faith-filled life, it takes commitment. Young men navigating the high school years benefit from a supportive community where they can cultivate interpersonal relationships and find support while tackling life's challenges. Student Services partners with families and students to address development of the whole person.
The dedicated team in Student Services identifies areas of need for students and incorporates strategies to help support the whole student. We are a welcoming group where your son will be challenged and supported in his growth at Vianney.
Director of Students Services Kari Bellon