• One Team, One Goal: Boys Basketball opens 2015-16 season with win over Euclid

    By Sherm Dean III '16  After a historic season winning a State Championship last year, the VASJ boys basketball team will have a lot expected of them. Losing eight talented players from last year’s team, the 2015-16 basketball season won’t be easy. This year’s team will require a lot of hard work and chemistry building in order to achieve their goals.

  • Senior Rachel Smith signs letter of intent with Charleston Southern University

    After playing volleyball in the Viking Village for four years, today VASJ senior Rachel Smith's hard work was rewarded when she signed her letter of intent with Charleston Southern University.  Rachel is the complete package -- a great athlete, a tremendous student and a wonderful person. As Coach Mark Royer '75 said, Rachel is a great example of what it means to be a Viking. She was always giving her teammates encouragement and showing them support.

  • Raffle winners -- prizes drawn each business day throughout November

    Monday, November 30: $50 winner is Ellen Welch. Ticket was sold by Kayla Hyneman. Friday, November 27: $50 winner is Cheryl Kretch.

  • VASJ students gather in honor of Veterans Day

    Four years ago, Liam Stanton '16 was a freshman at VASJ and looking for a way he and other students could honor veterans in some way. "I felt that veterans should be recognized for their service, especially on a day like Veterans Day," Liam says. He went to Mr.

  • VASJ students save 150 lives at Red Cross Blood Drive

    The students in VASJ's Red Cross Club held their first blood drive of the 2015-16 school year and it was the most successful drive in years. A total of 63 students volunteered to donate and the eligible donors collected over 50 pints of blood which will save 150 lives.  "Every pint we collect impacts three lives," says Mrs. Melissa Grai, VASJ's Red Cross Club moderator, junior class moderator and science chair.

  • VASJ offers new website management course for students

    By Melanie Mitchell '18  There is a new course for students at VASJ who are interested in expanding their knowledge in managing, editing, creating and updating websites. The Website Management course at Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School is open to any student who is interested in learning about all that goes into running a school website.

  • Lady Vikings basketball team ready for an outstanding season

    By Kasie Jordan '16 Lady Vikings of Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School are well into the basketball preseason with physically and mentally challenging conditioning regimens. For some, this is their first year in the program, but for others they have been anxiously waiting for their senior season to begin.

  • Hall of Champions Honorary Induction Ceremony -- purchase your tickets today


  • VASJ seniors welcome elementary students for annual Halloween on Campus event

    The VASJ students have done it again - making the Halloween on Campus event something nearly 100 students in grades Kindergarten through third-grade from OH Perry and Intergenerational School won't soon forget. The elementary students were each paired with a VASJ senior and participated in various activities throughout the school including trick-or-treating, decorating cookies, making play-dough, face painting, games, and taking a picture with the Great Pumpkin. Halloween on Campus is one of two...

  • Vikings in the News: Chip Ely '69 awarded 'Media Icon of the Year'

    Congratulations to Chip Ely '69 for being presented with the "Media Icon of the Year" award in Tulsa for his long tenure as a TV anchorman. Click here to watch the video of Chip Ely's award.   

  • More than 40% of VASJ students earn first quarter honors

    The first quarter grades are in and 41% of the VASJ student body earned first or second honors with GPAs of 3.3 or higher. As a result of this great accomplishment, Principal David Csank permitted all students earning honors the ability to dress out of uniform for the week.  VASJ freshman Jeremy Neylon and seniors Rachel Smith, Tori Francetic, Chelsea Curtis, Louis Vertosnik and John Henry Posey enjoy their dress-down pass for making first quarter honor roll.  View the complete honor r...

  • John Storey '59 inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame

    John Storey ‘59 is currently recognized as VASJ’s head football coach. But his coaching roots go back much deeper to his days as the head wrestling coach for St. Joseph High School and VASJ from 1965 to 1991 where he led his teams to 204 total dual meet wins.

  • A letter from VASJ President Richard Osborne '69

    DONATE NOW! Dear Friends: For our silver anniversary, we asked some of our students to brainstorm ideas for a tagline that would capture the spirit of VASJ. They responded with enthusiasm and imagination, shouting their ideas so quickly that we could barely keep up.

  • Kris Keyes of Faith Family Church speaks to VASJ art students

    Thank you to Kris Keyes, media director for student ministry at Faith Family Church in Canton, for coming to speak to the students in our art classes about videography, editing and graphic design. Kris is the first of several guest speakers who will be coming to speak to VASJ's art students this year. "I am going to try and have a few professionals come in over the course of the year to do these types of talks, as many of the students want to know what they can practically do with art after high...

  • Join us for VASJ's Alumni Memorial Mass on Saturday, November 7

    You are invited to attend VASJ's Alumni Memorial Mass on Saturday, November 7, 2015, at 4 p.m. in VASJ's Founders Chapel.  Contact Ruby Harris at or 216-481-8414 ext. 209 if you would like to have the names of deceased family and friends included on the list of remembrance which will be read at Mass.

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