HOLMDEL, NJ - Saint John Vianney High School recently honored long time Lancer, Sister Bernadette.
According to a post on theit Facebook page, “The Mother of the Lancers” will be retiring from SJVHS at the end of June. She will be moving to Lawrenceville where four sisters from her community are already residing. Sister Bernadette has been at SJVHS since the first students walked through the front doors on September 1, 1969. She has held many positions over her 50-year tenure here. She was the Dean of Students, Book Keeper, Guidance Counselor, and currently, she is the Student Information Systems Manager. Thank you to Sister Bernadette for everything that she has done for the students and families of SJVHS! She has impacted the lives of thousands of individuals over the last 50 years. Please keep Sister B in your thoughts and prayers during her transition to retirement. The SJVHS community will truly miss Sister B!"
Saint John Vianney High School is located in Holmdel New Jersey. It's a co-ed, Catholic High School operated by the Diocese of Trenton. Located on 38 acres of property. According to its website:
"As a college preparatory high school, we have garnered national attention for our innovative education programs, various community service projects, Christian Service program, and athletic and student activities.
The school is fully accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA, CASI), an accreditation division of "AdvancED." The community of Saint John Vianney High School has a proud tradition of excellence which continues to expand and improve, insuring that it may continue to provide the best in Catholic Education well into the 21st Century."