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  • VASJ's football helmet makes Top 10 in the cleveland.com contest - VOTE NOW!

    VASJ's football helmet made the Top 10 in the cleveland.com contest. Voting is open until next Wednesday, November 5. Show your Viking spirit and vote for VASJ in the contest using the link below.

  • Tickets on sale for girls volleyball regional semifinals

    Once again, the VASJ girls volleyball team will be back in Solon for the regional tournament. The semifinals game will take place on Wednesday, October 29 at Solon High School at 7:30 p.m. Presale tickets are available in the business office for $6 each.

  • Marianists from Rome visit VASJ

    It is a privilege any time VASJ has the presence of Marianists (members of The Society of Mary), one of the school’s sponsoring religious orders, in the school building. On October 23, VASJ was fortunate to have visitors from the World Council of the Marianists from Rome, Italy. Fr.

  • View the October 2014 eNewsletter

    Click to view the October 2014 eNewsletter. If you do not receive our eNewsletters and other correspondence, please update your contact information by clicking here.

  • In the news: Reader’s Digest features VASJ in column by Richard Osborne '69

    The latest issue of Reader’s Digest features VASJ in a column by school President Richard Osborne '69, who puts a very personal twist on the homecoming of LeBron James. With a global circulation of 10.5 million, Reader’s Digest is the largest paid circulation magazine in the world. Click here to read the Reader's Digest column, "You're Never Too Big To Come Home."

  • In the News: VASJ Principal David Csank featured in Cleveland Magazine

    VASJ Principal David Csank was featured as one of the area's education experts in Cleveland Magazine's "Ask the Experts" section in the October Best of Cleveland issue.  Click here to view the PDF of David Csank's Q&A in Cleveland Magazine.     

  • In the News: James Major '90 wins on Food Network show 'Chopped'

    Congratulations to James Major '90 who competed on the Food Network's show "Chopped" and won. Read the Scene article, "Cleveland Chef Takes Top Honors in Ballpark-Themed ‘Chopped’ on Food Network."

  • VASJ celebrates Feast of the Holy Rosary with prayer service

    When Bob Preto received the Summer 2014 issue of VASJ Magazine, he noticed the “Save the Date” for the Rosary Prayer Service and knew it was something he wanted to attend. “I know it sounds funny but the Holy Spirit came over me and said I had to be there,” Preto says. Preto, who was a member of the maintenance staff at Villa Angela Academy and VASJ for over 20 years, said the school still holds a special place in his heart.

  • Viking Village sports update

    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School girls volleyball is still looking for their best combination on the floor, but the Vikings are getting closer to being a finely tuned machine as the postseason approaches. VASJ has gotten off to a 9-6 start, but the overall record isn’t nearly as important the progression of the team as a whole and the Vikings keep getting better as the Division IV sectional-district tournament nears.

  • View the September 2014 eNewsletter

    Click to view the September 2014 eNewsletter. If you do not receive our eNewsletters and other correspondence, please update your contact information by clicking here.  

  • In the news: VASJ featured in BELT Magazine article, "Colorblind and Rising"

    The dedicated alumni, parents, students, and faculty of VASJ have always known about the power and potential of our amazing school. Others are taking notice too. Read the Belt Magazine article, "Colorblind and Rising: What’s behind the surprising success of Cleveland’s Villa Angela-St.

  • VASJ opens its doors to eighth-graders in new Viking Edge program

    Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School is offering a group of students from Our Lady of the Lake a unique opportunity this fall. Seven eighth-graders will be coming to VASJ during first period every day for the entire year to take Ms.

  • VASJ student leaders urged to "Lead with Virtue"

    “As a leader, you will be expected to always do the right thing,” VASJ’s Principal David Csank said.“Not for fame, fortune, glory, or recognition. But simply because it's the right thing to do.” The fourth annual Leadership Commissioning Ceremony was held in August before the start of the school year. The ceremony is held to honor and recognize the student leaders while also reminding them of the important role they hold in the school.

  • Collinwood track to be named in Honor of Lou Slapnik '71

    The Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s Interscholastic Athletics Office and the City of Cleveland Department of Recreation along with Ward 8 Councilman Mike Polensek and Ward 10 Councilman Jeffrey Johnson announced on September 10 that the track at the Collinwood Athletic Complex will be named for legendary Collinwood track Coach Lou Slapnik '71. The dedication will take place on Saturday, September 20, 2014, at 10:45 a.m. at the Collinwood Athletic Complex, 1070 East 152nd Street, Clevela...

  • Vote for VASJ football vs. Kirtland as Game of the Week (ticket sale info)

    VASJ football will take on the undefeated Kirtland Hornets -- state champions in 2011 and 2013 -- on Friday, September 19, at Kirtland at 7 p.m. It will be a big game and is up for multiple "game of the week" contests. Voting details can be found below.  TICKET SALES Pre-sale tickets for the VASJ vs.

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