Saint John Vianney is a parish school founded in Gallatin, Tennessee for the community and neighboring areas of Sumner, Wilson, Trousdale and Robertson counties. The school is in its fifth year in operation, state accredited, and working to achieve Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation, a process that takes two years. There are three Dominican Sisters on the faculty. Our excellent teachers have a combined instructional experience of over 85 years. All are excited about the opportunity to work in a Christian environment. Believing that each child is a gift from God, a gift to be cherished, guided and protected, the mission of Saint John Vianney Catholic School is to partner with the families of our children in the process of their formation. We focus on the whole child: the spiritual, the intellectual, the physical, the emotional, moral, and the social growth of each student. We endeavor to prepare each child for a successful life, understood not in worldly terms, but most especially in spiritual terms: the life our Lord calls us to live with Him.
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