The Saint Viator and Sacred Heart of Mary Alumni Association is dedicated to promoting the spiritual, academic, athletic, social and economic growth of Saint Viator High School and to maintaining a network of alumni to provide social activities for all Sacred Heart of Mary and Saint Viator High School Alumni.

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Alumni News

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  • Tara Jennings ’21

    Saint Viator Alumna Published in National Medical Journal

    Tara Jennings ’21 endured all of the changes to daily life – and school life – as a result of COVID-19, but now as a budding scientist she has the chance to impact future outbreaks.

    Tara is a co-author of a paper published in the Journal of Immunity and Ageing. Its research explores COVID-19 and its effects on the innate immune system, especially in older adults.
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  • Ryan Aiello

    New President Named at Saint Viator High School

    The Board of Governors of Saint Viator High School announced the appointment of Ryan Aiello as the school’s next president effective July 1, 2024. Beginning in July, Mr. Aiello will spend the next several months working closely with Rev. Thomas von Behren, C.S.V., Saint Viator’s Chief Administrator, to facilitate a smooth transition.
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  • Meet the Class of 2024 Valedictorian and Co-Salutatorians

    The Class of 2024 is a high achieving one, by any measure. Seniors include four National Merit Finalists, 10 National Merit Commended Scholars, three who earned perfect ACT scores, to name just a few of their many academic accomplishments.

    So, it should come as no surprise that in announcing the class valedictorian and salutatorian, it resulted in a tie. Carmela Martinez was named valedictorian while David Koziol and Clare McDonough both were named salutatorians.
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    Brian Tekampe 

    Alumni Relations Manager
    (847) 392-4050 ext. 298
Located in Arlington Heights, IL, Saint Viator High School is a private, co-ed, Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.