Saint Viator High School provides a Catholic, college preparatory curriculum which challenges students to reach their potential in intellectual, physical, spiritual and emotional growth.
- Black/African American: 2%
- White: 84%
- Hispanic: 5%
- Asian: 7%
- Two or more races: 2%
- Economically Disadvantaged: %
Saint Viator’s curriculum focus is on developing 21st century skills. In an effort to meet the needs of individual students, the curriculum offers Advanced Placement and Honors courses, regular college preparatory courses, and remedial courses to meet the needs of a variety of students, including students with disabilities. The Campus Ministry and Service Program puts the mission of the school into action and truly embodies what it means to be a Viatorian and part of a Catholic community. Through the required 100 hours of service, retreats, liturgical experiences, and the weekly Make-A-Change, students develop a sense of their own character, question and forge their Christian spirituality and values, and get a sense of their place in the world and what impact they can make. The technology goal is to prepare conscientious leaders in the 21st century. The one-to-one iPad program echoes our commitment to deliver a student-centered learning experience that reflects today's world. The use of the iPad in education challenges students to learn by doing and engages them in the learning process in multidimensional, dynamic and creative ways. The iPad is transforming the way Saint Viator teachers teach and their students learn. In an effort to develop a global understanding, Saint Viator opened The Reverend Mark R. Francis, C.S.V. International Program, which currently enrolls 54 international students from South Korea, China, and Columbia. The average ACT score for the Class of 2013 was 26.5. 100% of the Class of 2013 was accepted into universities and colleges across the country.