History, Mission & Vision

St. John Vianney Catholic School was established in 1992 under the care of pastor, Fr. Joseph Corpora, C.S.C. The school began with a preschool and successively added one additional grade level yearly.

Presently the school has fully expanded to serve children from preschool through eighth grade. Our School has progressed and grown much since its humble beginning with the overarching goal of providing children from the surrounding community an affordable, quality Catholic education.

The school’s mission and philosophy align to Blessed Basile Moreau’s founding statement for the creation of the Congregation of the Holy Cross, “to make God known, loved, and served.”

Mission Statement

St. John Vianney Catholic School is a Christ-centered community guided by the Congregation of Holy Cross educating both minds and hearts while achieving high academic standards and embracing the call to serve.

Vision Statement

St. John Vianney Catholic School empowers young people to embrace their God given talents and vocation to positively contribute to society.


We believe in seeking understanding through the integration of faith and reason.


We believe in discerning our personal vocation in service to the Church and world.


We believe in fueling the desire to offer our gifts for the good of all people.


We believe in embracing the Christian community as the context for lifelong formation.


We believe in trusting the Cross and God’s promise of the Kingdom of Heaven.