Service Hours Update

Due to COVID-19 and its effect on service work, students no longer need to log 25 hours of service by the end of the year. We will accept the number of hours they currently have.

We are aware that many of you may have questions concerning how to complete the service hour requirement going forward. We ask that students not worry too much about completing hours over the summer in advance of the 2020-2021 academic year.

However, if you are interested in serving this summer, you may still serve and log your hours via MobileServe. Students may also continue working on the At-Home Service Opportunities. We will continue to honor the hours logged for these service opportunities.
The young women and men of Saint Viator High School become faith-filled changemakers in the world through the school’s robust service program. Our students learn to understand and identify needs inside and outside of their own communities and then provide time and energy to make a profound transformation in the lives of others. Through this enriching process, students develop their faith, hope, empathy, leadership, problem-solving skills, and entrepreneurial thinking to address injustices.  
  • Explore the causes, connections, and consequences of justice issues.
  • Reflect on these issues through our Catholic faith, scripture, Catholic social teaching, and the lived experience of our Viatorian community.
  • Act and respond to these injustices through direct service or through actions of social change.
Serving others promotes faith leadership, self-confidence, a genuine happiness boost, new friendships, and missionary discipleship.     

Each year, students are required to complete 25 hours of Viatorian Service as part of their graduation requirement. As a mission-driven school rooted in the Catholic tradition, it is always our aim to enable our students to live more fully in line with the Gospel and Catholic social teaching. 

At-Home Service Opportunities

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  • Welcome Letters for Viator House

    Make welcome letters for Viator House participants, which they will receive upon moving into the program. This is an opportunity to make young immigrants feel welcomed into the community as they settle into a new home.
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  • Making Blankets for the Linus Project

    Make homemade blankets for children in need. All blanket styles are welcome (quilts, comforters, fleece blankets, crocheted or knitted afghans), but they must be washable, free of pins, and from smoke-free environments for allergy reasons.
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  • Writing Letters to your Representative

    Write a letter to your senators and/or representatives about a policy you believe in, a need in the community you have learned about, etc. Not sure how to contact your representatives? Look at the contact page on their website or email one of us in Campus Ministry for assistance.
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  • Tutoring Younger Siblings While at Home

    Assist your younger siblings with any of their coursework.
  • Writing a Letter to Coast Guard Recruits

    Coast Guard recruits very often do not receive letters from home and written communication is the only way they get outside contact. The Coast Guard encourages us to write. You can thank them for service, hope they are doing well, let them know a little bit about yourself and what you are doing during this time.
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Campus Ministry

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Nancy Devroy

    Nancy Devroy 

    Director Campus Ministry
  • Photo of Amy  Northrop

    Amy  Northrop 

    Campus Minister
  • Photo of Jason Wilhite

    Jason Wilhite 

    Campus Ministry

Saint Viator High School

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.