Thursday, October 20
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For up-to-the-minute information on sports schedules, check out the sports schedule website. The schedule is updated immediately when a change has been made, so you’ll be sure to have to latest information.
Even though both of my brothers were exchange students at VC before me (Jorge Cámara, '97, Mauricio Cámara, '98) I can say that the experience was totally different from what I expected. Instead of just spending a year away from home and learning a new language, I had a year full of new experiences: where I learned and lived in a different culture; where I felt welcome; and most of all where I met unforgettable friends and family. I truly became a part of the VC community.
Adrianna Cámara, '04
JVLA Courses now offered
The Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy (JVLA) offers online and collaborative opportunities for coursework in a variety of disciplines to support the the academic and online educational experience of the 21st Century Learner. By offering this online menu of courses, students are not limited in opportunities by the availability of a face to face instructor or additional classroom resources. Please click on JVLA link to explore the myriad of educational offerings available now to students during the traditional school framework and for nontraditional settings for advancement and and exploration. Link: http://jvla.org/
The Diocese of Erie is proud to announce Building in Truth and Love, the pastoral plan for Catholic Schools throughout the diocese. Building in Truth and Love is the result of more than a year of hard work by people dedicated to a bright future for our Catholic school students. The plan will also provide a roadmap for Venango Catholic High School to guide and shape the school's own planning for the future. The final text of Building in Truth and Love is the first step of a comprehensive pastoral planning process underway throughout the Diocese of Erie.
Steelers season tickets raffle
Congratulations to Shawn Nicholson of Marienville on winning this year's Steelers Raffle. Tammy Johnston of St. Stephen School sold the winning ticket.