08/07/2014
Back to School Night (parents only)

08/09/2014
Football Retreat and Team Pictures

08/11/2014
First Full Day - All students

08/13/2014
Fall Pictures - in uniform

08/14/2014
DE to UL for ID

08/15/2014
MC/VC Mass @ VC

08/21/2014
Weekly Mass

08/21/2014
Scholarship Dinner

08/27/2014
School Board meeting

08/28/2014
Freshmen Mass




Father LaFleur Award 2014
The Fr. LaFleur Awards, established in the late 1950’s, are given to the senior male and female outstanding all-around athlete who has strong Christian values and strong academics. Fr. Joseph Lafleur, an assistant pastor at St. Mary Magdalen Church during the 1940’s, was involved with sports at Mt. Carmel. He enlisted in the service when war was declared and died a hero’s death. The award reflects his athletic ability, courage, bravery, and his caring for his fellowmen. 2014 recipients of the Father Lafleur award are Connor Menard, son of Dirk and Andrea Menard, Katie Frith, daughter of Clint and Trisha Frith and Brennan Gallet, son of Brandon and Angela Gallet.

Annual Scholarship Dinner
Thursday, August 21
Magdalen Place

Greg Guidry
Executive Vice President
Shell Oil & member of the VC Class of 1978 will be the honored guest speaker at this years dinner.


Mother Theresa
By Lilly Cao
18 x 24 signed prints available for a minimum donation of $50.

Read Lilly's story below.

 

2014 - 2015 Course Description

Eagleline Dance Team Camp - reserve the date - Sat. Sept. 6th...registration forms will be available August 1st.

Lilly's Story

2014 Summer Workout Schedule

2014 Summer Football Camp  

2014-2015 Physical Form  

NCAA Eligibility Center Brochure

 

 


  Now available for Student research

Open Office: If you or your child is in need of productivity software (ex: Microsoft Office), consider downloading Open Office for free. More information is available at www.openoffice.org .

Want your pictures in the yearbook? So do we!

VCHS is now using eShare, a program from Herff Jones Yearbooks to allow school and community members to upload pictures to a secure server for possible use in the Yearbook. Visit