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  • VASJ students gain computer programming skills with Intro to Java course

    Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School offers a class for students called Intro to Java. The class introduces students to programing and the internal design of a computer's software.

  • Female students empowered through VASJ's GEM Club

    By Caitlyn Michalski '17  Career fairs are nothing new to VASJ but never has there been a career fair that focused only on successful career women. Until now. A female career night was held in March as a part of VASJ’s GEM club (Girls Empowerment Meetings), a program created last year by English teachers Ms.

  • VASJ to hold Viking Auction to benefit woodworking lab renovation

     VASJ's Viking Auction will take place on Saturday, May 21, in the school's gymnasium at 10 a.m. Doors will open at 9 a.m. so you can browse before you bid.

  • VASJ Robotics Team prepares for battle at RoboBot Competition

    VASJ’s robotics team will be competing for the third consecutive year in the 2016 AWT Northeast Ohio Regional RoboBots Competition. The competition will be held at Lakeland Community College on Saturday, April 30, at 9 a.m. Can’t attend the competition?

  • Curtains close for VASJ's spring musical 'Way Out West in a Dress'

    By Jon Adkins '18  The curtains have closed on VASJ’s production of Way Out West in a Dress. A total of 174 of VASJ’s own students came to see their fellow peers perform. After three months of dedicated practice, the actors sang and danced their hearts out for the audience.

  • VASJ students collect enough blood to impact 125 lives

    By Adam Stauffer '18 An event frequently hosted at Villa Angela-St. Joseph high school is the blood drive. The blood drive is a day that people from the Red Cross come to our school and hold blood donations.

  • VASJ to dedicate Veterans Memorial

    The summer of 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of the announced escalation of the war in Vietnam. For several years following that announcement, many Vikings answered the call and enlisted or were drafted into military service for their country. Of those Vikings who served, six were killed in action and many more were injured casualties.

  • VASJ senior Dan Gail continues brother's tradition in role of Jesus during Stations of the Cross

    There are many traditions in the Viking Village but none like the one established the past few years by Conner Gail '14 and his brother Dan Gail '16 to carry the cross of Christ. They did many things together. They both played soccer, men’s volleyball, were the center of VASJ’s cheering sections, and became Eagle scouts.

  • VASJ students hold school's first Faith Rally

    By Sara Morgan '17  VASJ held a faith rally on April 6 to highlight the different faith-based groups at the school. Each group spoke about their mission and how to join. “In the spirit of our Ursuline and Marianist traditions, we seek to develop the whole person and to help our students to be formed in faith,” says VASJ Coordinator of Mission Effectiveness Mr.

  • VASJ event ‘continues the dream’ by raising record-breaking $470,000

    CLEVELAND — With Presenting Sponsor Joseph Scaminace ’71 leading the way, supporters of Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School spoke with one resounding voice at the school’s “Continue the Dream” benefit on Saturday night, April 2. What they said was: Records are made to be broken.

  • Joseph Scaminace '71 continues the dream at VASJ with $250,000 gift

    CLEVELAND — Longtime business leader Joseph Scaminace has pledged a $250,000 gift to Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School. The gift kicks off the school’s “Continue the Dream” event, set for April 2 in the school gym.

  • VASJ boys basketball team advances to state finals

    Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School is one win away from a seventh boys basketball championship. The only thing standing in the Vikings’ way is an old familiar foe – Lima Central Catholic.

  • VASJ technology students visit Hyland Software

    “Smells like efficiency,” VASJ sophomore Jon Adkins said as he first stepped into the Hyland Headquarters in Westlake. He and a group of about 30 of his VASJ peers went on a field trip to Hyland Software. “As part of our technology offerings we wanted to do a technology trip in each semester,” says VASJ Math Chair Gary Minadeo ‘74.

  • VASJ technology students visit Hyland Software by Aminah

    “Smells like efficiency,” VASJ sophomore Jon Adkins said as he first stepped into the Hyland Headquarters in Westlake. He and a group of about 30 of his VASJ peers went on a field trip to Hyland Software. “As part of our technology offerings we wanted to do a technology trip in each semester,” says VASJ Math Chair Gary Minadeo ‘74.

  • VASJ boys basketball heads to state for 4th straight year

      The Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School Vikings don't need directions to Value City Arena at The Schottenstein Center in Columbus. Coach Babe Kwasniak '94 and company made the trip down I-71 to the Ohio State University campus three straight seasons from 2013-2015, and they know how to get to the final four.

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