Our Rainbow Six Siege team o f Matt Bernier '20 , Kile Galati '21 , Andrew Lazarski '20 , Jack Manley '20 , and Luca Sulz '21 competed for the national championship title in the High School Esports League's Spring Major Tournament. Our team was ranked #1 in its first year of competition out of 150 high schools but ultimately fell to last year's champions.
COVID-19 Task Force
Thank you to the more than 550 students and parents who completed our online survey last week. Your feedback was invaluable to our COVID-19 Task Force as they plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The task force has been meeting twice a week to discuss how to safely reopen school and develop contingency plans if cases of COVID-19 spike in the coming months. We will share updates as soon as plans are finalized.
Report Cards & Honor Roll
Report cards and honor roll are now available in Blackbaud for all students. Please visit Blackbaud  | Progress | Performance | Report Cards to generate your report card.
Straight A Cardinals Tickets
Students who qualified this spring for Straight A tickets may use them in the 2021 season. Please keep the vouchers safe as the Cardinals will not replace them.
Student Schedules
Student schedules for the 2020-2021 school year will be available before the end of June. You will be notified when they are ready to view in Blackbaud.
AP Exam Results
The results for AP Exams are available Thursday, July 16. Students should use their College Board account  to log in at This is the same account you originally used to register for AP class sections. Please contact your AP teacher directly if you have any questions.  
Selling Textbooks
The Parents' Club is NOT hosting its annual Used Book Sale because of social distancing guidelines. However, MBS Direct will buyback textbooks you purchased through them or elsewhere. Select Sell Your Textbooks under the Menu tab and follow the prompts. MBS will provide a quote for any books it wants to purchase.

Buying Textbooks
MBS Direct opens July 5 for the coming school year with free shipping the week of July 12. We will publish the 2020-2021 textbook list in early June.
Counseling Newsletter
We invite you to read the Counseling Department's Quarter 4 & Summer Newsletter with important information about testing dates, workshops, summer opportunities, mental health, learning resources, and more.
Link Leaders Needed
We are looking for 40-50 Sophomores and Juniors to serve as Link Leaders next school year. It's your chance to pay it forward by leading the Class of 2024.
Trivia Night | Class of 2021
We invite parents from our Class of 2021 to help plan Trivia Night for Saturday, October 10. The funds raised at this event support your Senior Lock-In scheduled after graduation. Please email Dennis Matreci at to learn more and join us for a planning meeting in late June/early July. The meeting will be held via Zoom if we cannot safely meet on campus.
College Jump Start | Class of 2021
College Counseling offers our rising Seniors the College Jump Start program at no cost. After attending, students will have applied to at least  one college, searched for college scholarships, and better understood the college application process. Please register to attend one of the two sessions:
  • Monday and Tuesday, August 3 & 4 | 12:30-2:30 pm
  • Monday and Tuesday, August 10 & 11 | 10:00 am-12:00 pm
College Jump Start will be offered virtually if in-person sessions compromise the social distancing guidelines set forth in August.
June 13 ACT
Visit the ACT website for the latest information on the June 13 test and answers to your frequently asked questions.
Campus Improvements
Our campus has not been quiet this summer with needed improvements under way. Sewer and water pipes were repaired, and Griffins' Cafe now has a new roof and HVAC system. Your support allows us to maintain buildings that have been a home away from home to more than 9,000 teenage boys since 1960.
Alumni Giving Challenge
We invite our alumni to join our Alumni Giving Challenge this week.
Hall of Fame Nominations
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Vianney Hall of Fame class. Please review the guidelines for nominees before downloading and mailing us your nomination or submitting your nomination online. The deadline is June 30, 2020.
We want to support academic and athletic fitness this summer without compromising the health and safety of our community. That is why Vianney has restructured its summer camps this year. We will follow the most updated guidelines regarding health screening, proper cleaning protocol, and social distancing toward ensuring the safety of each participant.

Sessions are tentatively scheduled on campus June 29-August 6, once we are satisfied they meet the guidelines set forth by our governing bodies. The schedule is subject to change if those guidelines change. Families will receive a full refund if a camp is cancelled. 
Alex Gaither '21 and Bryce Petrucci '21 presented masks they made for their Social Service Projects to CFO Jerry Amsler '85 and CEO Chris Baechle from Cardinal Ritter Senior Service. Our support of senior residents was featured in the St. Louis Review.
“The Society (of Mary) has in reality but one object in view: the most faithful imitation of Jesus Christ, Son of God become Son of Mary, for the salvation of all.” ~ Blessed William Joseph Chaminade