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JSA, Where Your Voice Matters

JSA, Where Your Voice Matters

Maya Colon, Writer

January 23, 2017


Filed under School News

The Junior State of America (JSA) is the largest student-run debate organization in the United States. JSA started in 1934 at the Montezuma School in California and now has over 11,000 members in more than 500 high schools across America, and SJV is one of them. Schools that become a part of the JSA...

SJV’s Robotics and Engineering Classes

SJV’s Robotics and Engineering Classes

Alexis Santoro, Writer

December 7, 2016


Filed under School News

Saint John Vianney High School has offered an engineering class since last year, and a robotics class since 2014. The main focus of the Robotics class, taught by Mrs. Surace, is to introduce students to basic programming in a hands-on and fun approach through Lego building. Engineering, taught by Mr....

Is There Still Unfinished Business?

Is There Still Unfinished Business?

Abby Anderko, Editor-in-Chief

December 5, 2016


Filed under School News, Sports

The week of Nov. 21 began one of the most anticipated times of the school year: the opening of the girl’s basketball season. In the three day span before the Thanksgiving holiday, teams began their preparation for what they hope to be the beginning of a long, winning season, hopefully ending with the...

Mrs. Cable: 30 Years in the Making

Mrs. Cable: 30 Years in the Making

William DeMuria, Pop Culture Editor, Writer

December 5, 2016


Filed under Humans of SJV, School News

Many people see Mrs. Cable in the halls, hear her over the loudspeaker, or may even see her observing their class, but many do not know of the multiple positions she has held over the past 30 years at Saint John Vianney High School. From part-time English teacher, all the way to Assistant Principal of...

A High School Student’s Guide to College Applications

A High School Student’s Guide to College Applications

Christina McLaughlin, Managing Editor

December 1, 2016


Filed under Features, School News

If you’re reading this right now, you are probably an incoming junior or senior having quite the meltdown about that one big, scary, two-syllable word. Just hearing that word from a friend or relative can send shivers down your spine. Yes, I’m talking about Dun Dun Dun “COLLEGE.” For most of you...

Lancer Winter Athletics

Lancer Winter Athletics

Ashlyn Cooper, Writer

December 1, 2016


Filed under School News, Sports

Currently, the SJV athletics are transitioning from fall to winter sports, and our athletes are eager to prove themselves. The basketball, wrestling, swimming, ice hockey, bowling, cheer, dance, and gymnastics teams are preparing for their seasons that will begin in the coming weeks. Girl’s Bas...

SJV’s Fall Signing Day

SJV’s Fall Signing Day

Sydney Cummings, Writer

November 29, 2016


Filed under School News, Trending Now

Most athletes that aspire to play at the collegiate level must undergo the college recruiting process. Colleges and universities look for student-athletes who work hard both on and off the field. When the system works in an athlete’s favor, they’ll verbally commit to the school of his or her dre...

Lancers v. Caseys: SJV Football Takes on RBC

Lancers v. Caseys: SJV Football Takes on RBC

Stephanie Fragoulias, Writer

November 15, 2016


Filed under School News

As the 2016 football season continues, the most anticipated game for two football strongholds rapidly approaches. On Oct 21, the Saint John Vianney Lancers will take on their rival team, the Red Bank Catholic Caseys. Being two of the most well-known catholic high schools in Monmouth County’s sports...

2016 Homecoming Floats

2016 Homecoming Floats

William DeMuria and Kelly Garcia

November 10, 2016


Filed under School News, Trending Now

This year, each individual grade at Saint John Vianney High School worked hard during Spirit Week on their Homecoming floats, which were themed around different decades. The freshman float focused on the 20’s, the sophomore’s on the 50’s, junior’s on the 80’s, and the senior’s on the 60’s....

SJV’s Successful Homecoming Game

SJV’s Successful Homecoming Game

Stephanie Fragoulias and Paige McCloskey

November 10, 2016


Filed under School News

During this past friday’s Homecoming game at Saint John Vianney High School, Chris Chukwuneke rushed for over 200 yards and five touchdowns to lead SJV to their 42-3 win over Monmouth Regional.  This win also awarded SJV with their third consecutive Shore Conference A-Central Division Title. This...

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