• VASJ's Grace Carlson '17 to compete in World Dance Competition

    VASJ student Grace Carlson ’17 has been a member of Lakeshore Dance, Gymnastics and Cheer for 16 years -- now a senior at VASJ, she’s been dancing as long as she has been a student. Grace, along with the members of Senior Hip Hop Company swept the regional and national competitions and were awarded a "Golden Ticket" to compete in the World Dance Championships on Sunday, August 7, at the Meadowlands Expo Center in New Jersey.  The invitation to compete in the World...

  • Vikings in the news: Chris Park '88 featured in USA Football article

    Chris Park '88 - AKA Abyss - takes lessons from the gridiron to the squared circle.Read USA Football article here.

  • VASJ student Max Brechun ’17 recognized for giving over 100 hours of service to VA hospital

    Max Brechun ’17 could not wait to turn 15 and it had nothing to do with getting his temporary license but rather because 15 is the required age to become a volunteer at the Veterans Hospital. After turning 15, Max began volunteering with his Grandma in the hospitality suite at the Veterans Hospital where he serves pastries, donuts, and coffee to the veterans who stop by before or after their appointment. Max does more than just provide the veterans with food and drink, though. He prov...

  • VASJ's fifth annual Escape on the Lake 5K a beautiful success

    VASJ could not have asked for better weather on Saturday, July 9, for the school's fifth annual Escape on the Lake 5K run/1-mile walk. More than 130 runners gathered at the school to participate in this fun and fit fundraiser.This was the second year the race was sponsored by the Hospice of the Western Reserve and the second year with a beautiful lakeshore finish line ending on the beautiful grounds of the David Simpson Hospice House. Pictures don't do justice to the beautiful vie...

  • Just days left

    Dear Villa Angela-St. Joseph family,There are just a few days remaining to make a donation in support of VASJ's 2015-16 Merici-Chaminade Fund.Support our mission with a gift today!The saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. We believe it also takes a village to guide students through their four years of high school and to get them prepared for graduation, college, and life in the real world.

  • Vikings in the News: Villa Angela-St. Joseph veterans memorial honors alumni killed in Vietnam War

    The Veterans Memorial Dedication was attended by more than 100 alums and community members, including many veterans. It was a wonderful tribute to the six veteran lives lost in the Vietnam War. Many family members were also in attendance.

  • Vikings in the news: VASJ students honor veterans with commemorative flags, stickers at All Souls Cemetery

    We are proud of the Viking tradition of taking students to All Souls Cemetery each year before Memorial Day weekend to decorate Veterans graves with flags.  Read the News-Herald article, "VASJ students honor veterans with commemorative flags, stickers at All Souls Cemetery."

  • VASJ holds Baccalaureate for Class of 2016

    Each year, Baccalaureate is a time for the Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School community to come together to celebrate Mass with the graduating class and recognize their outstanding accomplishments. Each year is a special day in the Viking Village but there were several aspects of this year’s Baccalaureate that made it an extra-special event.

  • Interview with VASJ Class of 2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    It is a tremendous honor to be named the top two students of a graduating class. It is especially remarkable when it requires grade point averages of 4.7 and 4.6 to do so. Congratulations to the Class of 2016 Valedictorian Olivia Vidmar and Salutatorian Rachel Smith.

  • VASJ to hold Viking Auction to benefit woodworking lab renovation (pictures)

    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 selected as one of Channel 19's 2Strong4Bullies schools

    Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School was selected as one of Channel 19's 2strong4bullies schools. Kindness to others and family spirit are two things VASJ is extremely proud of.

  • VASJ yearbook editor Gina Ciariello '16 gives classmates more than just memories

    When VASJ’s yearbook moderator Mr. Gary Minadeo ’74 selected Gina Ciariello as the editor of the Class of 2016 yearbook, he had no idea of her lofty goal to have the yearbook printed and delivered before the seniors graduated. “Gina knocked me off base with her strong desire to publish the 2016 yearbook by mid-May so everyone could get their book and get signatures from friends and teachers by the end of the school year,” says Minadeo.

  • VASJ to dedicate Veterans Memorial on Sunday, May 29

    Please join us for a dedication ceremony on Sunday, May 29, at 2 p.m. at VASJ  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.

  • 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.

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