The A+ School Program was originally implemented as a school-improvement initiative established by the Outstanding Schools Act of 1993. This program was only available to students in A+ Designated Public High Schools until 2017, at which time private schools were invited to apply for A+ designation. With several other St. Louis-area private schools, St. John Vianney High School applied for and received designation as an A+ School, thereby allowing our students to take advantage of the financial incentives available through the A+ Program.
Beginning with the graduating class of 2017, qualifying graduates will be eligible for the following:
Students will receive this incentive for four semesters. A student must be considered a FULL-TIME student by the post-secondary institution maintaining a GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Students must complete the two years of FULL-TIME enrollment at the institution within 48 months after graduation from St. John Vianney High School. Tuition reimbursement is contingent upon availability of state funds.
In order to be eligible for the financial incentives of the A+ School Program, St. John Vianney High School must certify a student as having met all A+ requirements. The A+ Coordinator has the responsibility to certify that a graduate of Vianney has met the criteria of certification. To be certified, an A+ School student must:
Students must enroll in the A+ program by September 30 of their senior year to be eligible.
Class of 2017 graduates must enroll by February 10, 2017.
A+ Program Handbook and Forms:
Questions? Please contact:
Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction
314-965-4853 x 116