St. Viator School (Las Vegas, Nevada)
name = St. Viator School
streetaddress = 4246 S Eastern Avenue
city = Las Vegas
Diocese of Las Vegas
county = Clark County
zipcode = 89119
head of school =
principal = Kathleen Daulton
viceprincipal = Patricia Daly
bar pass rate =
school code =
classes offered =
avg_class_size = 33-35
schooltype = Parochial
age range =
grades = Prek-8
language = English
campus size =
campus type =
Hours_in_Day = 6.75
motto =Act Justly, Love Tenderly, And Walk Humbly With God and Each Other
school_colours = Blue and Yellow
established = 1965
enrollment = about 800
website = [http://www.stviatorchool.org www.stviatorschool.org]
St. Viator School is a
Catholicschool, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. It includes grades PreK-8. There are two classes per grade, and K-8 have full day classes. This school belongs to the St. Viator Parish, which belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas, NV.
Clerics of St. Viatorhave moved to Las Vegas, NV in the 1960s to teach the Catholic youth. St. Viator School was established in 1965. They were the main teachers at St. Viator School and Bishop Gorman High School, the only Catholic high schoolin Nevada.
St. Viator School has approximately 44 staff members who are teachers in a variety of fields, including art, music, physical education, and many others. There are also many teacher aides who assist teachers in their jobs. Much of them have either a bachelors or masters degrees. They are certified teachers who are certified by the
State of Nevada. All of them institute a level of religion in their lives. The principal is Kathleen Daulton.
St. Viator School has an excellent education program. Its program starts in Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) with half day classes. By Kindergarten students attend full-day classes. This continues to eighth grade. In Kindergarten they start on their basic education, which includes religion.
By first grade they constitute a basic program that continues to third grade. Here they have only one teacher and learn all the basic subjects on a small scale. They learn about many things that matter in life.
In the intermediate level—Grades 4 and 5—the students learn how to take notes and prepare for Junior High. In the fourth grade students receive their first science and social studies textbooks.
By the fifth grade, the students change classes for either Science or Social Studies. They start to do interactive science activities. The students also do
D.A.R.E., a program which educates them about the effects of drugs, alcohol, and smoking. Their classes are taking what they learned in previous grades to a level where they prepare for Junior High.
In Junior High, the students begin to switch classes. They receive their first lockers and they follow a different schedule every day. They have different teachers for English/Spelling/Spanish, Science, Computer Science, Religion, Social Studies, Reading, Math, Physical Education, and Conflict Resolution/Band/Tribe/Study Skills. All these subjects are taught every day except Computer Science, Physical Education, and Conflict Resolution/Band/Tribe/Study Skills.
Many students go to
Bishop Gorman High Schoolafter graduation.
Band (Beginning and Intermediate), Chess Club, Art Club, Yearbook (Journalism and Design), Geography Club, Spanish Club, Video Broadcasting, Spelling Bee, JV V Boys Girls Soccer, JV V Boys Girls Basketball, Co-Ed Volleyball, Co-Ed Softball, Co-Ed Track and Field, Co-Ed Cross Country,
National Junior Honor Society, Student Government, Children's Choir, Angels, Bell Choir, Co-ed Swimming, Drama Ministry, Forensics, Vocals, Jump Rope Club, JV V Cheerleding, Co-Ed Golf, Tennis, Table Tennis
Students of certain grades also go on multiple field trips throughout the school year for educational purposes. Eight graders go to
Washington D.C.every year, as well as seventh graders going to Carson City, Nevada, and sixth graders going to science camp. In 2008, the sixth graders went to a new science camp, known as Camp Pali Institute. The elementary school kids go on other, nearby trips.
During the summer of 2007, the school has completed "Our Corner of The Lord's Vineyard", a remodeling of the front yard. The school library is currently being remodeled. It is scheduled to be completed by
August 18, before school starts again.
* [http://www.stviatorschool.org School Website ]
* [http://www.privateschoolreview.com/school_ov/school_id/16651 St.Viator School Review]
* [http://schools.privateschoolsreport.com/Nevada/LasVegas/StViatorElementarySchool.html Private School Report]
* [http://nv.localschooldirectory.com/private_schools_info.php/school_id/18480 Nevada School Directory]
* [http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?address=4246+S.+Eastern+Ave.&city=Las+Vegas&state=NV&zip=89119 Surrounding area map]
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