St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School is a caring educational community that provides exceptional academics and a comprehensive, values-based learning experience.

Catholic students appreciate our exceptional campus ministry program, involving student and adult leaders and practicing both faith and good works. Non-Catholic students will recognize and flourish in the spirit of service and hospitality that permeates the entire SPSV community. We are committed to helping students of all faith traditions grow towards their potential –intellectually, physically, spiritually, and personally.

Students at SPSV find the academic challenges they are looking for; 99% of them will attend college. SPSV is blessed with qualified, dedicated teachers who pass on their excitement for their subject. Honor courses and Advanced Placement classes are offered in multiple subjects including History, English, Mathematics, Laboratory Sciences and World Language courses.

SPSV students are also actively learning outside of the classroom. They can deepen and expand their classroom learning through student clubs for art, music, French and Spanish, science, speech, sports medicine and others fields.

SPSV students also enjoy an innovative school-wide leadership program. Other organizations help train students for public service, such as the Student Council, Junior Statesmen of America, the Urban Farmer’s Club, and Stand, a student action group that address social injustice to improve the lives of others.

SPSV has a tradition of award-winning drama and choral programs, which compete locally and internationally in festivals. Our expansive athletic program offers 20 different teams in a variety of sports, which compete during the fall, winter and spring seasons. SPSV Bruins have gathered many championships including a State Football Title in 2016 and a State Basketball Title in 2017.

Throughout their time at SPSV, students can rely on our comprehensive guidance department for academic, college preparation, and personal counseling. Their parents can find support and information in an educational component designed for them.

SPSV is currently involved in a multi-year technology plan including new classroom technology, a new wireless infrastructure, the introduction of a 1:1 iPad program for students, and expanded communication with our families via e-mail and e-news. Families also have instant access to student progress using our online grading program.

We welcome your family to the long tradition of a St. Patrick-St. Vincent education that helps students explore all of their gifts and talents during their time in high school.