St. Vincent's is a Catholic school educating children in pre-school through the eighth
grade, providing all students with a Catholic, values-based education combined
with a belief in academic excellence and a commitment to community service.
St. Vincent de Paul School concentrates on a differentiated curriculum that allows each student
to be successful at his/her own level of learning. By allowing each student to work through his/her
own learning style we are able to incorporate lessons that engage the student in visual, auditory,
tactile, and kinesthetic learning. This has enabled our students to consistently score above the
national average on standardized tests.
St. Vincent de Paul is a member of the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Columbus
. The Catholic schools of the Diocese of Columbus
are also committed to creating and maintaining an academic climate which provides students the best opportunity to
become productive, contributing citizens of their world. Equally important, the schools are sensitive to the uniqueness of
each student and foster the value of the individual. Click Here
to visit the
Office of Catholic Schools Diocese of Columbus to learn more about Catholics schools in Ohio.
Saturday, May 3, We’re Bringing an INCREDIBLE Party to You!
Family Movie Night at St. Vincent de Paul School Featuring “The Incredibles” and the White Castle Crave Mobile. (Food Truck). Pre Orders Recommended!
BUSY WEEKEND FOR ST. VINCENT DE PAUL STUDENTS
Kneeling left to right: John Brenneman, Marisol Ausec, Douglas Natoce, Hayden Lingel, Luke Whitacre, Charlie Mayville
2nd row left to right: Matt Sabula, Karlyn Kanuckel, Lauren Pfiefer, Lily Burnside,Trevor Grohe, Conrad Stein
3rd row left to right: Justin Thomas, Sam Wendt, Laurel Vines, Zach Fernandez
|Power of the Pen
Front left to right: Kira Bielecki,Eli Widrig
Back left to right: Kelsey Plasse,Molly Burnside
Twenty St Vincent de Paul School students in the 6th, 7th and 8th competed at the district level in either Power of the Pen or Science Fair over the
weekend . Ms. DeRoo accompanied four of the students who earned a spot to demonstrate their creative writing talents at New Albany High School where
the Power of the Pen competition was held this year. The school is still awaiting the results of that competition. While those four students competed
with their creative writing Mrs. Dilley, Mr. Vining and Mrs. Tharp went with 16 other students to OSU Marion where the District Science Fair was
being held. Out of those 16 students 8 of those students received an excellent ratings and the other 8 received a superior rating giving those 8 the
opportunity to compete at the State Science Fair May 10th at The Ohio State University. Three of those students were also nominated for the national
Broadcom MASTERS Junior High Competition (Math, Applied Science Technology and Engineering) .These three nominees will compete with an online application
to explain their science project and have an opportunity to demonstrate their use of STEM principles. The chosen finalists will have a chance to go to
Washington D.C. to compete for awards and prizes. “We are very proud of all our students and how they continually
strive to achieve and push each other to do more than they thought possible! It is exciting to think about that almost half of our St. Vincent de Paul 6th,
7th and 8th graders were somewhere Saturday competing academically at a district level!” commented Mrs. Downs (principal).
St. Vincent's has partnered with Markt Solutions to offer branded St. Vincent apparrel.
Hats, Shirts, Sweatshirts, T-Shirts, Wind Jackets....with more to come! Visit the St. Vincent
Spiritwear shop today! Click Here to Visit the Stv Spiritwear website!