29 Parent Reviews for St John Vianney Catholic School
My children have been attending St John Vianney for several years. This has the best decision for my family. The faculty and staff are competent, caring and provide each student a well-rouded education. Parents want to be involved due to the welcoming atmosphere of the school. SJV is very fortunate
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Posted by a parent on 06/09/11
I have three children attending Saint John Vianney and I can honestly say that it is the best decision that I could have made for them. They are challenged academically and I appreciate how their teachers care for them. You just don't get this one-on-one attention in other schools. The combination of
... Read more the Saleisian Sisters and Holy Cross priests make this school one of a kind! If you are even considering SJV for your kids, I encourage you to come to the campus and check it out. You will not be sorry. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/30/11
We have much to thank the Lord for! Our school recently went through the Accreditation process and was rated highly effective with Catholic Identity noted as a strength! This goes to show everyone that when we trust in God and work hard incredible things can happen! Kudos to the awesome faculty and
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Posted by a teacher on 03/07/11
I am overall happy with the school my child has learned more than I every could have imagined from read-writing and the religious education. I am a little concerned about the implication-emphasis that the school has in regards to Latino families being left out. The principal has started a Latino parents
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Posted by a parent on 03/20/10
The academics here are outstanding! I feel so blessed to have my children here. The middle school program i absolutely phenomonal! I love the fact that they have 'electives'. This school is a very close knit school and has a true Catholic identity! We are blessed to have Holy Cross Fathers & Salesian
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Posted by a parent on 02/26/10
SJV is a very good school for our family. Our kids are thriving and the entire atmosphere provides the environment for all students to succeed. The Salesian Sisters model positivity and help the students learn Catholic values. The school's benchmarking and standardized test score improvements demonstrate
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Posted by a parent on 01/26/10
The entire academic experience is excellent at SJV. From the things you can measure (test scores, benchmark results, participation) to the things you can't (sense of community, encouragement for all students to achieve, character building) SJV receives top marks! We are in our 2nd yr at SJV. Due
... Read more to job transfers, we can compare SJV to 3 other schools in the past 5 yrs. SJV is our clear favorite. My children themselves give testimonials all the time. These are true: My daughter was preparing to put some of her birthday money in the bank, but she handed half to me and said she wanted to use it towards her tuition. She said she was so grateful that she could attend SJV that she wanted to contribute. My son recently commented that he felt bad for a classmate who had to miss 2 days of school, because he LOVES to go school! Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/11/09
My students have attended St. John Vianney since Septemer 2006. We love St. John Vianney. It is an awesome school. Our ITBS scores this year are incredible. All teachers follow diosecan standards and we have many sucessful alumni. Well worth the cost.
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Posted by a parent on 12/09/09
Administration and a few teachers are pulling down a school with a lot of potential.
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Posted by a parent on 09/04/09
All schools are going through tremendous transitions right now. SJV is no different. The education that my child is receiving there is top-notch. The personalized attention and spiritual foundation she is getting are simply not available in public schools. The school is worth the money!
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Goodyear schools — St John Vianney Catholic School is located at 539 E La Pasada Blvd, Goodyear AZ 85338. 539 E La Pasada Blvd is in the Goodyear Estates neighborhood and 85338 ZIP code in Goodyear, AZ The school district for St John Vianney Catholic School is the Diocese Of Phoenix Education Office. St John Vianney Catholic School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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