The purpose of St. John Vianney Catholic School is to be a faith-filled community that assists families in raising Christian students who, guided by the Holy Spirit, make a difference in our world as caring and educated people with the knowledge and strength to make responsible decisions.
Our All-School Academic Fair and Kindergarten/Pre-K Open House is this Thursday, March 15, from 5:00-7:00 pm, in the Social Hall. Please bring your friends and family to see examples of the wonderful work your children are doing! Also, Mrs. McCartney, Mrs. Voiles and Mrs. Bell, and Miss Nancy will be available in their classrooms to explain to families the valuable Early Childhood opportunities we have for their younger children. Please join us!
Please remember to enter the building through the front door after 8:20 am. All students, parents, and visitors should check in with the office when entering school during the day. Students and parents should not be entering the building through the kindergarten/day care entrance unless they have a child in those classrooms. Thank you for your assistance in practicing rules that we have in place to keep our school community safe.
COME AND VISIT US!
Now accepting registrations for 2018-19 for
Grades Pre-School through Eight.
Please Call 810-235-5687 for an Appointment.
To apply for our new grant-funded GSRP Preschool for four year-olds, please go to
Be sure to choose "Flint-St. John Vianney Catholic School" as your preference!
Call the school office (810-235-5687) for more information.
St. John Vianney Catholic School is a community of students, families, teachers, and staff who are "Learning Together in the Light of His Love."
We are located in Flint, Michigan, near Powers Catholic High School and Kettering University, and offer classes from Pre-School through 8th Grade. Thanks to our talented teachers and staff, each student at SJV is supported, motivated, and nurtured through a rich curriculum which includes art, computers, physical education, instrumental music, vocal music, Spanish, high school classes for advanced students, and more.