Congratulations to the 74 juniors inducted into Saint Viator's National Honor Society late last month. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.
Saint Viator’s bass fishing team is making quite a name for itself. For the second time since the club was formed (2009), these anglers are heading to the state tournament. Luke Altman ’23, Lucas Doland ’22, and Colton Faulkner ’23 were on the qualifying boat, with their combined catch of 11.9 pounds of bass. Their catch—hauled on May 5 at the Busse Woods Reservoir— was good enough for second place and a berth to the state tournament.
Athletic Director Jason Kuffel moved quickly to hire a new coach for the school’s cheerleading program, naming Alexandra Hoffman to the role. Hoffman comes to Saint Viator from Loyola Academy where she has served as Assistant Coach for both the JV and Varsity teams.
Congratulations to Saint Viator’s Academic Team on placing 5th out of 31 teams at the state finals of the Academic Challenge, sponsored by the University of Illinois and its Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering initiative, last month. The team also brought home two individual first-place state medals.
Both Erin Edwards and Anna Bartelt came to Saint Viator High School in 2018 from St. Mary's in Buffalo Grove. Together, they've navigated through the last four unpredictable years, and plan to continue to do the same next year, as they both begin classes at the University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign.
This week, the INCubatoredu class showed off their hard work at Final Pitch Night. Four teams presented their business ideas to a panel of sharks who had some challenging questions about competition, marketing, patenting, and overall product viability.
Join us in congratulating the 30+ students who participated in last weekend's Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Contest. The team placed in the top 10 in the state (out of 46 teams), earning medals and 9th Place overall!
Saint Viator Athletic Director Jason Kuffel has announced the hiring of a new team of coaches for the school’s wrestling program. Mike Schneider has been brought in as the new head coach and he has announced the hiring of two new assistant coaches.
It was just a few months ago, that Saint Viator seniors Casey Hintz and Anthony Pluto were headed to play baseball at the junior college level, as a stepping stone to a major program. On Wednesday, the two teammates signed letters of intent to play at the University of Arizona, one of the power five conferences (Pac-12) in the country, to play for the highly-rated Wildcats.
Christopher Rapala and Anthony Pluta have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of Saint Viator High School’s Class of 2022. These awards are determined by the highest cumulative GPA over four years. Anthony is graduating with a GPA of 4.82, and Christopher with the highest cumulative GPA of 4.83.
Congratulations to the following student recipients of the Patrons of the Arts Fine Arts Academic Scholarships. Each student will receive $550 that will be applied toward a Fine Arts course for the 2022-23 school year.
Saint Viator’s Fine Arts Department hosted one of our first senior events earlier this week, celebrating the seniors who plan to pursue the arts in college. Students gathered with parents and faculty on Monday to officially announce their college decisions at the school's Fine Arts Signing Day.
For more than a decade, Saint Viator High School has served as host to the Reverend Mark R. Francis, CSV, International Program. Through this program, students from around the globe become a part of the Saint Viator student body. In the current school year, we have 45 international students attending Saint Viator.
Saint Viator High School has announced the hiring of alumnus Arika Cozzi '08, DAT, LAT, ATC, as the school’s new Athletic Trainer. Cozzi will begin her role in early March. In making the announcement, Athletic Director Jason Kuffel noted Cozzi’s extensive experience working with high schools in the area and in Arizona, and her desire to specifically work in a Catholic school environment.
When Mr. Bill Faltinoski joined the fine arts department in 1982, he was assigned to teach art – and to expand the curriculum by offering photography classes. The assignment meant building a completely outfitted darkroom and creating classes around black and white 35-millimeter cameras. Some 40 years later, those early classes made an impact.
The Village of Arlington Heights' Young Champion Heart of Gold Award recognizes a middle or high school student who goes beyond what is expected to have a positive impact on our community. Emma Ziebka is just that person. She continually displays her leadership skills and provides service to others while navigating her senior year at Saint Viator High School.
Did you know there are currently 300+ living Saint Viator and Sacred Heart of Mary alumni couples? In honor of Valentine's Day today, we are spotlighting a handful of sweethearts and their love stories.
Congratulations to senior Nora Ahram on joining Saint Viator Basketball’s esteemed 1,000 point club this week! She achieved this historic milestone Monday during the team’s non-conference game against Stevenson.
Saint Viator faculty member and Director of the musical, Megan Gray, talks about this year's production of Pippin in our latest A Lion for Life Podcast episode. With music by composer Stephen Schwartz, this show will be particularly relevant to students as the main character explores a path in life to find fulfillment. Listen here.
Saint Viator is proud to announce we have once again been recognized by the College Board with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award. After receiving this award the past two years for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles, we are thrilled to be honored this year for expanding young women’s access to AP Computer Science A (CSA).
Saint Viator’s bowling team held their last day of practice last week ahead of this weekend’s boys’ regional tournament. The end of the season is bittersweet for these student-athletes. Simply put, they don’t want the season to end.
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.