May 17, 2022 – Sacramento,CA
For Immediate Release
St. John Vianney School, a leader in private Catholic education, has opened its enrollment for new students for its 2022 -2023 school year.
“We are excited to partner with new families who are looking for ways to help their children not only grow academically, but also socially and emotionally, as well as spiritually” says Amy Hale, Principal of St. John Vianney Catholic School.
“We take pride that for over 30 years our staff and teachers have had a 100% track record of helping our graduating 8th graders get accepted into their college preparatory high school of choice. We look forward to the new students that will be joining us this upcoming year to continue this tradition.”
St. John Vianney Catholic School is a top private school in the Sacramento area and offers exemplary education from Transitional Kindergarten (full-day programs for 4 and 5-year olds) through Eighth Grade. With an average class size of 20 students and its commitment to academic excellence, St. John Vianney School is a superior choice when one is considering elementary and middle school options here in the greater Sacramento region.
The school is an educational ministry of St. John Vianney Parish, and was established in 1960. The daily activity at St. John Vianney School is centered around four primary student learning expectations: Pray, Study, Love, and Serve. These expectations reflect the charism of the school’s first principal and teachers who were Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. The students and staff who are on campus today remember and celebrate the heritage of those who learned and served before us. It is what propels each of us to grow in virtue, for when we are open to the grace of God at work in us, we are able to be the best versions of ourselves.
For more information about its campus, upcoming academic school year, and programs, you can visit:
St. John Vianney
St. John Vianney
10499 Coloma Rd
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